If your kid is eager to learn the secrets of dirt bikes and you are looking for a compact electric motorcycle that has all-terrain abilities, then the Kuberg Start might be exactly what you need.
This small motorcycle was designed with versatility in mind and is also fairly easy to maneuver thanks to its compact dimensions, flawless steering and the ergonomic riding position. You also get a low seat height rated at just 16” and a very light weight – only 45 lbs.
The 2014 Kuberg Start is propelled by a 500W electric motor which is powered by a set of 9Ah 2x12 V, SLA batteries. The batteries can be fully charged in six hours from both 110V and 220V standard sockets. As far as performances are concerned, the motor cranks out enough power to propel the motorcycle to a maximum speed of 15 mph.
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The 2014 Kawasaki Teryx Camo was especially developed for those who don’t want to be spotted easily. For 2014 the vehicle received a set of major upgrades which help it deal better with the tougher situations. Its revamped chassis is better suited for the requirements of today’s drivers, while the new FOX Podium high performances shocks were designed to keep your ride as comfortable as possible.
At the heart of the 2014 model year sits a bigger 783 cc SOHC, four-valve-per-cylinder, digital fuel-injected, 90-degree V-twin engine that pumps out 12 % more torque over a broad spread of the rev band and 26% more power than the old unit.
The 2014 model year also gets a stout new tubular-steel front brush guard and new high-intensity LED headlamps.
The 2014 Kawasaki Teryx Camo can be yours for no less than $14,299.
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Meet the new 2014 Polaris Scrambler XP 1000 EPS. With a starting price of $13,299 this new ATV is certainly not cheap but we’ll have to admit that is packed with a comprehensive list of special features that not only help it deal effortless with any type of terrain but also give it a fairly unique personality.
We especially like its radical style with many aggressive lines that manage to give it a pretty imposing stance. The angular body is paired with a set of grippy 14” 489 II performance tires that were especially designed for to maximize traction in mud and on loose terrain.
As far as power is concerned, the Scrambler XP 1000 EPS sports a 952cc, 4-stroke, SOHC, twin cylinder engine that delivers a maximum output of 89 hp. The engine sends its power to the wheels by means of an automatic transmission which features parking, forward and reverse gears, as well as dual ratio operation.
For enhanced handling abilities Polaris equipped its 2014 Scrambler XP 1000 with an electronic power steering system. You also get 11.5" (29 cm) of ground clearance, dual exhaust, Fox Podium X 2.0 shocks and an independent rear suspension.
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The new Energica Ego will be available for orders in 2015, but the company has released a preproduction model which is pretty close to the final version.
The new sports motorcycle represents a step into the future of electric two wheelers and is packed with a comprehensive list of modern technologies.
On paper, the Energica Ego’s specs look pretty cool. At its heart lies a permanent magnet ac (pmac), oil cooled motor that cranks out 100 kW available from 4900 rpm to 10500 rpm and 195 Nm of electric torque available at its peak from 0 to 4700 rpm. The engine can propel you to a top speed of 240 kmph and is powered by a set of 11.7 kWh batteries which offer a range of 150 km at a constant speed of 80 km/h or 50 km at maximum speeds.
For the moment, we don’t have the exact price of the motorcycle, but we can expect it to be somewhere around the $23,000 mark, which is a pretty decent number.
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The Military Edition of the Christini AWD Is based on the 450 E model and comes with a series of extra features that make it tougher and more reliable than its other siblings. Thanks to ita tough character the Military Edition is the perfect machinery for various types of military operations and Christini says that is used by the Navy Seals and Special Forces groups overseas.
The motorcycle is powered by a 450cc, liquid-cooled, single cylinder, four stroke engine which transfers its power to the ground by means of a 5 speed wide ratio transmission.
The Christini AWD Military Edition is built on a lightweight twin spar aluminum frame that offers a great torsional and longitudinal rigidity. The frame is combined with a Marzocchi 48mm sealed cartridge forks with Progressive Floating Piston (PFP) adjustment, spring preload/sag, high and low speed compression, rebound and damping adjustability. Pout back there is a fast ace adjustable single shock with linkage.
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If you are constantly seeking a little bit more from the world of endure motorcycles, KTM created the 500 XC-W - a tough beast designed to attack the toughest terrains with poise. The KTM 500 XC-W offers a fairly attractive package that contains a lot of controllable power, low weight and an unsurpassed chassis. To put it simply, with their 500 XC-W the guys form KTM have created a great mix of power, agility and reliability.
The 500 XC-W weighs only 111 Kg (dry) and is propelled by a 510 cc, 1-cylinder, 4-stroke, water-cooled engine. The engine has been especially developed for tough enduro racing and is mated to a 6-speed gear box.
As far as its handling characteristics are concerned, the 500 XC-W was built on a lightweight frame made of high-strength chromoly steel sections which offers great levels of stiffness and torsional rigidity.
The 2014 KTM 500 XC-W can be yours for no less than $9,849.
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Tough and reliable to the core, the 2014 Yamaha Grizzly 550 FI has all it needs to tackle even the toughest terrains without baking down.
The 2014 Yamaha Grizzly 550 FI is built around a 558 cc, 4 stroke, SOHC, 4 valve liquid-cooled engine which is derived directly from the Grizzly 700 unit. The engine is kept cool by a high-capacity radiator with fan and is fueled by a 5.3 Gallons fuel tank.
You also get a stainless steel exhaust system that features aluminum heat shields and a screen-type spark arrestor.
As far as suspensions are concerned, the Yamaha Grizzly 550 FI comes with fully independent long-travel four-wheel suspension with WideArc A-arms up front and five-way preload-adjustable shocks, and gas charged rear shocks.
The Yamaha Grizzly 550 FI is offered with a base price of $7,999.
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The name “Grizzly” is enough to make you imagine how capable is Yamaha’s famous ATV, but if you still have any doubts take a closer look at what stays hidden under its skin.
For the starters the 2014 Yamaha Grizzly 450 is fitted with a strong 421cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled single, SOHC engine with a displacement of 421cc. The unit needs to deal with a wet weight of 620 lb and can tow up to 1322 Lb. The engine’s power is kept in leash by Yamaha’s Ultramatic® V-Belt transmission with all-wheel engine braking.
The Yamaha Grizzly 450 is also equipped with a fully independent four-wheel suspension system that features a double-wishbone suspension front and rear delivering 6.3 inches and 7.1 inches of travel.
As far as prices are concerned, the 2014 Yamaha Grizzly 450 can be yours for no less than $7,199.
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The Yamaha Grizzly 350 delivers first class performances thanks to its combination of unparalleled technology great ergonomics and first class build quality.
The 2014 Yamaha Grizzly 350 is propelled by a 4-Stroke, air/oil-cooled single; SOHC engine with a displacement of 348 cc. The unit sends its power to the rear wheels through a Yamaha Ultramatic, V-Belt transmission.
For enhanced versatility you also get a three-position On-Command 4WD system which lets you switch between 2WD, limited-slip 4WD and a fully locked differential 4WD. It is also worthy of being mentioned that an override button allows engine to make maximum rpm in full Diff. Lock mode.
To be able to deal great with any type of terrain with poise, the Yamaha Grizzly 350 needed a set of rugged tires. Therefore the ATV is equipped with 25x8-12 front and 25x10-12 rear tires.
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The Hesketh Motorcycles brand has been revived under the ownership of Paul Sleeman and the first new model produced by the company is called the Hesketh 24. The new model will be available from February 2014 and is a sports motorcycle that draws inspiration from the world of Formula 1. Its style is based on James Hunt’s F1 Grand Prix winning ‘24’ car.
Unfortunately, the bike will be available in a limited run of only 24 units but mr. Sleeman said that in the near future they will launch a 2 seat version of the same model.
At the heart of this beautiful beast sits a 1950cc, 56 degree, V-Twin engine that cranks out a maximum power of 120 hp. The engine is kept in leash by a 6 speed transmission.
You also get a set of 19 x 120 front and 19 x 180 rear carbon fibre wheels , a stainless steel 2 into 1 into 3 exhaust system and Ohlins suspensions.
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