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Although Suzuki didn’t announced anything related to how the much awaited SV1000S will look, the twin cylinder’s fans can make a pretty good impression by simply taking a look at this picture that has just been revealed.

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We cannot even deny it, the bike remains and will remain a strong asset. Here is a short video that shows you the power of attraction of a biker. I asked myself: what makes those young ladies go crazy like that? I wonder if he is some kind of a celebrity ot it is the bike itself?
Watch the video and you will see...

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Remember how everybody advises you not to wear jeans when riding your motorcycle, but the good and reliable equipment that starts with the helmet? You should very well take that in consideration, but if you are an ingenious, adaptive and trendy kind of guy or girl you will find the fashion helmet being the most appropriate for you. Designed by Dolce & Gabbana, the helmet is simply a dressed protective shield that brings practicability together with it. For example, you can hold (...)
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Axo’s range of products is constantly evolving; new and innovative items are developed daily, to suit the needs and ever-changing tastes in the motorcycle apparel market. And here it is the latest product from them: By press release Just because we left a few things out, don’t think we didn’t add a few as well. The all new AXO Prime incorporates a unique Torsion Strut that allows the boot to flex forward and back without binding or restriction. The strut is held against the boot by the (...)
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Yes, I know that if you look at these pictures, you can figure out that those suits are in fact ski suits. Just imagine how nice would be to wear a solar-powered motorcycle jacket with LED trim on it and to keep you visible during night while riding your bike. No more excuses from the other users of the road(like I didn’t see you coming). Here’s the press release from Osram: LED on snow: High-tech winter fashion of tomorrow Ski fashion for the year 2036 promotes LED lighting. At an (...)
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The proposed series of coloration for the M1 Team Yamaha MotoGP inspired a fan to personalize the own Yamaha R6 with the favorite color scheme: Google. Let’s hope that he is going to keep doing quick searches and improve the look of its future bikes.
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Check out the paintjob on this 2007 Honda Hornet 600 that I found on the web. If you want your toy to look pretty much like the one that Nicky Hayden is riding but you are in doubts because the Hornet is not fully faired, these pictures will help you decide in an instant.
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With summer fast approaching, Harley-Davidson has launched a new seasonal range of clothing for looking good on and off a motorcycle. It includes lightweight, functional outerwear for men and women, which is ideal for the unpredictable British weather. Harley-Davidson has created a water-resistant nylon jacket that is designed with large zip-off panels on the front, back and sleeves. On cooler days, riders can add the removable lining and keep the zip-up panels in place for three layers of (...)
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Ever since its launch, the spine-hugging Contour back protector has been an instant hit, thanks to its unrivalled combination of comfort, light weight and class leading protection. For 2007 the Contour gets cool new colour options and cool new features too. The regular Tour version, aimed at road riders, will be available in cool ‘Camo’ as well as the distinctive ‘Black Retro’ design. On the subject of cool, the Contour will get the same Venturi cooling system as used on the Ricochet back (...)
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The quality and versatility of the latest range of BMW Motorrad Rider Equipment has been recognised by the readers of Germany’s best-selling Motorrad magazine, who have voted BMW Motorrad as the ‘Best Brand 2007’ in the Rider Equipment textile category. What we wear when we are riding is extremely personal. Some riders – especially sports bike riders – prefer leather race-style suits while most others, including touring riders, off-road riders and commuters usually choose the more versatile (...)
Source: www.bmw-motorrad.com

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