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2011 KTM 350 SX-F – Dyno Video KTM's 2011 350 SX-F has created an all-new displacement category for motocross.
2011 Ducati 848 EVO – World Exclusive First Test Ducati’s new 2011 848 EVO is track-ready and street savvy—we’ve dyno and full road test numbers to prove it.
Italian passion for motorsport is synonymous with the stunning performance, soul-stirring sound and seductive, liquid-red styling inherent to a long bloodline of championship-winning Ducati sportbikes. Yesterday’s triumph, however, is just that, and the bigger the trophy, the more dust it tends to attract. Ongoing product evolution is what maintains a competitive edge, and the Bologna [...]Read Full Post | Comments(0)
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Comparison: VMax vs. 3Max The Triumph Rocket III Roadster goes all King Kong against the Yamaha Star VMax.
How can two vehicles be so inherently similar yet so entirely different? It’s hard to figure. But the Triumph Rocket III Roadster and the Yamaha Star VMax are exactly that. On one hand, they’re both big, long, unfaired, ultra-heavy, über-powerful asphalt shredders. On the other hand, one’s a north-south inline-Triple, the other an east-west V-Four. [...]Read Full Post | Comments(0)
2010 Brammo Enertia – Road Test Wind in your face, lure of the open road…and the hum of an electric motor?
Electric vehicles are a polarizing subject, rife with environmental, political and technical whoop-de-doos. Advocates insist electricity is the wave of the future for transportation, claiming enhanced performance, reduced emissions and lower maintenance. Opponents argue that EVs are costly, short on range and will require a new refueling infrastructure. To this debate comes the Brammo Enertia. [...]Read Full Post | Comments(0)