The Triumph Tiger 800XC was raring to leave the hills behind and hit the hot sun and sand along the vast west coast
Aprilia have showcased a special treat for all young riders with the new 2015 RS4 125 WSBK replica. [Read more…]
Indian motorcycles are set to sport new colours come 2015. In an official statement issued by Polaris, all three models in the Indian lineup will offer a jazzed-up two-tone graphic option. [Read more…]
Mahindra Racing have announced that Jorge Martinez’s Aspar Team will campaign the Mahindra MGP3O with a two-rider team in the 2015 Moto3 World Championship. The team will also run two riders on the Mahindra in the World Championship feeder series, the FIM CEV International Championship. Although no announcement has yet been made on the rider line-ups for 2015, Mahindra Racing are confident that this tie-up will attract a host of world-class talent to the team.
Speaking in regards to this tie-up for the 2015 Moto3 season, Jorge ‘Aspar’ Martinez, commented that this is an exciting new chapter in the Aspar story. The former four-time world champion also added that Mahindra is a huge company which has a lot of ambition and a desire to win and the Aspar team is looking forward to work with Mahindra Racing.
Story: Sayem Parvez Syed
S P Shukla and Mufaddal Choonia of Mahindra Racing seen here with Jorge Martinez (centre) of Team Aspar
It’s one of the fastest motorcycles in the world, a motorcycle which can be perfectly summed-up in two words – land missile. [Read more…]
Suzuki UK, have announced the introduction of two new colour options for its 250cc sports tourer bike – The Inazuma. [Read more…]
Shark helmets have introduced five new vibrant colours to their 2014 range.
It is common knowledge that mid-year product updates are manufacturers launching reworked previous-year machines.
They’re back! Acclaimed German design house – Wunderlich and this time they have roped in French design guru, Nicolas Petit to render the highly anticipated BMW S 1000 F sports tourer. We were one of the first ones to carry the news.
The BMW S 1000 F is based on the S 1000 RR sportsbike and is set to feature a detuned 999-cc mill. But, unlike its sports counterpart, the F sport-tourer will feature an upright handlebar design with a more touring-oriented seating position, to make for better long-road travel.
There have been quite a lot of spy-pictures making the rounds of the bike being tested in Germany. Although fully camouflaged, this rendering shows us exactly what the production model would look like. There has been no official statement with regard to the S 1000 F by BMW Motorrad yet, only time will tell how sports tourer will be. Stay tuned for more.
Story: Sayem Parvez Syed