Hotbodies Racing Press Release: Hotbodies Racing is pleased to present the “Mask” front fairing to convert your practical ride into a head turning street fighter. The sharp lines and pointed brow match perfectly with the Grom and gives it an enhanced style. This aggressive new look will be sure to draw crowds and demand respect. [...]Read Full Post | Comments(2)
New Sport-Tourers Promise Less Weight, More Power Here are four 2014 models from BMW, Honda, and Motus.
BMW R1200RT This is the latest evolution of the classic BMW flat-twin sport-tourer, the kind of machine upon which the Germans built their foundation. Admittedly, the RT is more luxury-touring than the old RS models, but it has remained reasonably light (claimed 604 pounds wet), handy, and quick. This year is a big update, starting [...]Read Full Post | Comments(32)
Helibars Press Release: HeliBars is proud to introduce the first-ever adjustable handlebars for Honda Gold Wing motorcycles and new F6B power cruiser. These groundbreaking, Luxury Sport Touring bars pivot wrist angle positions over a 36-degree range, are up to 2-1/2 inches taller than stock, have 7 inches of forward/backward movement and are up to 4 [...]Read Full Post | Comments(0)
Forbidden Fruit: Five New Motorcycles You Can’t Buy In The U.S. Tempting bikes, for sure, but most are not for U.S. consumption.
Yamaha MT-07 Here’s another European-market unobtainable that needs to be sold in the US, perhaps marketed as the kid brother to the exciting new FZ-09 triple. It’s the Yamaha MT-07, which is powered by a 689cc parallel twin with a claimed 75 hp and 50 pound-feet of torque. This Yamaha looks like quite a machine, [...]Read Full Post | Comments(29)
Well, it’s that time of year again, when Christmas becomes a fast-fading memory and we all start crafting New Year’s resolutions. But rather than making a list of commitments we’ll struggle to keep, we thought it would be a lot more fun to look ahead and create a list of the 10 motorcycles we most [...]Read Full Post | Comments(41)
Daryll Young was probably around 13 or 14 years old when he acquired a couple boxes of rusty old motorcycle parts: frame, fork, wheels, and an engine that had clearly seen better days. He wasn’t sure which model he actually had, but he did know it was a Honda, and it had chunky off-road tires [...]Read Full Post | Comments(1)
Years sold: 1997–2003 MSRP new: $10,999 (1997–2003) Blue Book retail value: $3,260 (1997) to $4,950 (2003) Basic specs: A dohc, dual-counterbalanced, 1,137cc inline-four that was carbureted in its 1997 introduction and injected in 1999, when it produced 133 hp on the CW dyno. The engine is a stressed member in the twin-spar aluminum frame, which [...]Read Full Post | Comments(11)
Corbin Press Release: Comfort and style together in one package is what made the Corbin name famous worldwide. Delivering a quality product constructed of the finest materials available has made Corbin the number one manufacturer of motorcycle saddles for over four decades! The Dual saddle for Honda‘s CTX700 and 700N models is a perfect example [...]Read Full Post | Comments(1)
Hinson Clutch Components Press Release: Hinson Clutch Components is proud to release a new factory level actuating kit that is a necessity for your 2009-2014 Honda CRF450R. We have worked out many kinks from the stock cable routing and bracket system to get a smoother pull and higher level of performance with improved clutch life. [...]Read Full Post | Comments(0)
FMF Racing Press Release: Built 100% In-House in our Southern California State-Of-The-Art manufacturing facility the new 2014 Honda GROM 125 exhaust is a great blend of moto to street. We use our patented Factory 4.1RCT technology to achieve the best performance gains across the board. Massive 7lbs weight savings over stock and great power gains [...]Read Full Post | Comments(0)