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Cleveland CycleWerks was especially known for its retro looking motorcycles, but now the company has entered on a totally new realm with the addition of the FXx model.

The new FXxis looks like a geniune dirt bike, but the company says it is something else. For the moment we don’t have a pretty clear image about what this motorcycle might be as the only words said by Cleveland were: “The FXx is not a dirt bike, it is not a mountain bike, it is a cross between the two. A small, lightweight bike that can take you to places and allow you to do things that heavier and bigger bikes can’t.

At least we have the complete technical spesc which clearly suggest that we are looking a at pretty capable motorcycle.

Power comes from a 110cc 4-stroke single engine which is paired with a kick starter. The engine is mounted on a steel frame that seems to incorporate the fuel tank.

To be able to deal with any type of terrain without baking down, the motorycle is equipped with a pair of light 21 inch wheels which are wrapped in knobby tires.

You also get a narrow seat, disc brakes and a 22 mm carburettor. The new model is priced at 2100 EUR.

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Indian has recently revamped its entire lineup, but the surprises didn’t stop here as the company prepares the comeback of one of its older models. Named the Roadmster, the new motorcycle is set for launch in 2015.

Judging by its name, the new Roadmaster will most likely be a tourer. The first Roadmaster was lunched in 1847 and since then it was constantly upgraded with the latest model being released in 2010.

The new generation Roadmaster will be equipped with the company’s fresh 1811 cc Thunder Stroke V-Twin engine which cranks out a maximum power of 91.5 bhp and around 102 lb.ft of torque. The same engine also powers the company’s new Chieftain, Chief Vintage and Chief Classic models.

The information has leaked out thanks to a series of new documents which prove that the new motorcycle has passed the emissions tests in USA.

Perhaps it goes without saying that the new generation will be equipped with all the expected features from a tourer of its class including saddlebags, a top box, a comfy seat an a modern audio system.

Stay tuned for more information!

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Yamaha prepared a big surprise for the fans of supersport bikes, as it will completely revamp its iconic YZF-R1 model. The new motorcycle will go head on with rivals such as the Aprilia RSV4, the Ducati 1199 Panigale S and the BMW HP4.

The upgraded version of the Yamaha YZF-R1 will make its official debut at the EICMA 2014 in November and promises to set new standards in the world of superbikes being fitted with an upgraded engine and a comprehensive list of fresh technologies.

For the moment, the details about the new model remain limited to only a few spy shots and some rumors. Word on the street says that the new Yamaha YZF-R1 will be available in two versions namely an aggressive race oriented model which could boost up to 230 hp and a more serene version which is aimed for a more domestic ride.

As far as style is concerned, the new Yamaha YZF-R1 won’t benefit of any mind-blowing upgrades so its already cool body won’t suffer major makeovers.

Stay tuned for more details!

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Polaris will reveal soon its newest creation – the fresh Slingshot. The all-new trike will be a canvas for the latest technologies designed by the company and to spice things up before the launch, Polaris has released a short vide teaser which gives us a glimpse at the new model.

Judging by the first shots, the new Slingshot looks quite impressive inspiring a lot of confidence and agility. Its aggressive lines seem to cope well with the trike’s sporty character and set it apart from its other rivals which opted for a less intimidating style.

We also like the pattern used to arrange the front and rear lights and the entire front fascia which makes us think about the cool nose of the Ferrari FXX. The interior is pretty basic, but we’re glad to notice that the trike will be fitted with a manual shifter.

In terms of technologies, the new Polaris Slingshot is rumored to be equipped with features such as traction and stability control, power steering and ABS, but for the moment, there is no official info that can confirm these assumptions.

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When it comes to scooters, Honda is certainly one of the top manufacturers. Its products have never disappointed in terms of safety and reliability and the SH125i makes no exception.

Built with practicality and ergonomy in mind, the Honda SH125i promises to reward you with a fun riding experience each time you jump on its saddle.

The scooter’s compact dimensions and low weight help it move through the congested city streets without too much fuss and you also get a new liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC single engine with PGM-FI fuel injection.

The 125 cc unit generates a maximum power of 8.7kW at 8,500 rpm and 11 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm. This power is kept in check by a V-Matic transmission. For enhanced efficiency, the new engine features Idling-Stop technology, which helps it delivers 25% more fuel efficiency compared to the previous model (133.9mpg).

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Reliable to the core, the Yamaha YZ250F is a great choice for those who are looking for a tough and unstoppable dirt bike to satisfy their thirst for adventure.

The motorcycle is propelled by a 249 cc, liquid-cooled DOHC 4-stroke; 4 titanium valves, EFI engine which is mated on a constant-mesh 5-speed transmission with multiplate wet clutch.

The motorcycle’s speed is kept in check by hydraulic single disc brakes that measure 250mm up front and at the 245mm at the rear.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Yamaha YZ250F is equipped with front KYB air-oil separated forks and a rear KYB fully adjustable single shock.

The bike rides on 80/100-21 Bridgestone M404-A front and rear 100/90-19 Bridgestone M403 tires which help it deal great with any type of terrain.

The Yamaha YZ250F is offered with a base price of $7,590.

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The 2015 Yamaha YZ450F is ready to attack the toughest tracks without baking down and there is no wonder why, as in the latest year it has been constantly upgraded and refined.

Like you probably know, the motorcycle was completely redesigned last year when it received a new frame, a sleeker body and a fresh engine. The improvements continue in 2015 too, and Yamaha’s iconic dirt bike receives stiffer fork springs, new valving and a new fork outer tube, quick-release quarter-turn Dzus air box fasteners, a new steel bottom engine bracket and fresh Dunlop MX52 tires.

Power comes from a 449.7cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC 4-stroke engine with 4 Titanium Valves which is mated on a constant-mesh 5-speed transmission with multiplate wet clutch.

The motorcycle is available with two paint schemes namely Team Yamaha Blue/White and White/Red and it can be yours for no less than $8,590.

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Weighting only 227 lb. (wet) and propelled by a 250 cc, 2 stroke engine, the 2015 Yamaha YZ250 offers an incredible power to weight ratio which helps it deliver first class performances even on the toughest terrains.

The motorcycle’s engine is fueled by a 2.1 gallons fuel tank and its power is transferred to the ground by means of a constant mesh five speed transmission with multiplate wet clutch.

Among the improvements made for the 2015 model year you’ll find a new style, the latest generation KYB Speed Sensitive fork, a clutch lever position adjuster and new Dunlop MX52 tires.

The Yamaha YZ250 is also fitted with lightweight 21 inch front and 19 inch rear Excel rims which help reduce unsprung weight.

The Yamaha YZ250 is offered with a starting price of $7,290.

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The Yamaha YZ125 is the ultimate adventurer being ready to tackle everything you throw at him without too much fuss. Its lightweight (209 lb wet), compact dimensions and sleek body help you maneuver it effortless on any type of track.

The motorcycle is built around a 124 cc, liquid - cooled, 2 - stroke engine which is mated on a constant-mesh 6-speed transmission with multiplate wet clutch.

The motorcycle is also fitted with a pair of light wheels which are wrapped in 80/100-21 MX52 front and 100/90-19 MX52 rear Dunlop tires.

The stopping power is handled by front and rear hydraulic single disc brakes.

For 2015, the motorcycle comes with a more aggressive style, the latest generator KYB Speed-Sensitive fork and a clutch lever position adjuster.

As far as prices are concerned, the Yamaha YZ125 can be yours for no less than $6,390.

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The CFMoto UForce 600 is loaded with features which help it tackle anything you throw at it without breaking a sweat.

Among the standard features you’ll find side doors, aluminum alloy wheels, analog/digital dashboard, and four wheel drive.

Power comes from a liquid cooled 4 valve, 4 stroke, 594 cc EFI engine which is mated on a CVT transmission. The engine delivers a maximum power of 33.53 HP (25 Kw) at 6300 rpm and 29.5 Lb-Ft (40 Nm) of torque at 5500 rpm.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the ride quality is assured by heavy duty double A-arm independent suspensions with coil-over shocks.

As far as wheels are concerned, the CFMoto UFORCE 600 rides on 12 × 6.0 front and 12 × 7.5 rear aluminum alloy rims.

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