Motorcycle Reviews

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Indian has fully revealed it new 2015 Scout. The motorcycle is affordably priced just under $11.000 which gives it an advantage compared to its direct rivals.

The new Indian Scout is equipped with the company’s all-new liquid cooled 1133cc engine which generates a maximum output of 100 hp and 72 lb-ft of torque at 5900 rpm. The engine features a black paint job and comes with stylish polish details which give it a fairly unique look. The engine’s power is routed to the rear wheel by means of a six speed manual transmission.

The Indian Scout has a ground clearance of 25.3 inches and rides on a pair of tasty cast wheels shod in fat 16 inch tires.

As far as colours are concerned, the new 2015 Indian Scout is available with three paint jobs including: Indian Red, Thunder Black, Silver Smoke and Black Smoke.

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The Suzuki RM-Z450 is a tough off-roader built for the adrenaline hungry riders. It is equipped with all the high tech features needed to make a winner and delivers superior ride and handling performances on a wide range of terrains.

The Suzuki RM-Z450 is propelled by a 449 cc, 4 stroke, liquid cooled, DOHC, 4-valve, fuel-injected engine which is linked to a five speed constant mesh transmission.

For enhanced performances the motorcycle is also equipped with the Suzuki Holeshot Assist Control (S-HAC) feature which is technically a selectable launch mode system that offers three different modes of launch.

Moreover, you also get the SFF-Air suspension which comes without coil spring, is lighter and features an increased inner tube diameter and increased damper rod/piston size compared with the old SFF system.

The bike can be yours for no less than $8,749.

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Thanks to its versatile character, the Suzuki DR200S feels similarly comfortable both on the street and dirt.

It has a curb weight of only 126 kg and is propelled by a 199 cc, 4 - stroke, air - cooled, OHC engine which transfers its power to the ground by means of a 5 speed transmission.

The engine is housed by a compact and sturdy high-tensile strength steel pipe frame which is combined with telescopic front forks and single shock absorber rear suspension with adjustable spring preload. The speed is kept under control by front disc and rear drum brakes.

Other notable features include large front and thick rear tires, backward-folding rearview mirrors, an electric starter, telescopic front forks and a 3.3 gallon tank.

As far as prices are concerned, the Suzuki DR200S can be yours for no less than $4,499.

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The 2015 Suzuki TU250X is a pretty basic motorcycle, but despite its humble character, it offers a lot of versatility and a thrilling riding experience.

As far as power is concerned, the Suzuki TU250X is propelled by a 4 stroke, air - cooled, single cylinder, OHC, fuel injected engine with a displacement of 249 cc. The 4 stroke unit transfers its power to the ground by means of a five speed constant mesh transmission.

The Suzuki TU250X rides on 90/90-18 M/C 51S front and 110/90-18 M/C 61S rear tube tires and the stopping power is assured by front discs and rear drum brakes.

For 2015, the TU250X is available in a Metallic Mystic Silver / Glass Sparkle Black combination. Prices start from $4,399.

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The Suzuki RM-Z250 was built for the most demanding off road riders and features top notch components which combine to form a perfect mix that delivers superior ride and handling performances in a wide range of tracks.

Among them you’ll find a Showa Separate Function front Fork, race-inspired disc rotors and Excel aluminum rims. The Suzuki RM-Z250 is propelled by a 4-stroke, liquid - cooled, single cylinder, DOHC engine with a displacement of 249 cc. The engine needs to deal with a curb weight of 106.5 kg and is mated on a 5-speed constant mesh transmission.

The motorcycle’s speed is kept under control by front and rear disc brakes. You also get a pair of grippy tires that measure 80/100-21 51M up front and 100/90-19 57M at the rear.

The Suzuki RM-Z250 is offered with a starting price of $7,599.

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The 2015 Harley Davidson Road Glide has received a pretty long list of upgrades which aimed both the style and technical departments of the motorcycle.

For the starters, the company decided to update the bike’s fairing which was completely redesigned featuring new lines for improved aerodynamics. You also get redesigned lights which deliver a better road illumination thus improving safety during the night.

The riding position wasn’t forgotten either, as the fresh model comes with new handlebars which move the grips 14 cm closer to the rider.

Once on board, you are also welcomed by a new full-color 6.5“ touchscreen display which keeps you posted on all vital stats (available as an option). Unfortunately ABS is offered only as optional equipment too.

Power comes from the company’s Twin Cam 103 1690cc, air-cooled, v-twin, fuel injected engine which cranks out a peak torque of 142 Nm (104 lb-ft) at 3250 rpm. The engine is mated on a six speed transmission and is fueled by a six gallons fuel tank.

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Indian has taken the wraps off its all-new Roadmaster. The new model was especially developed of long journeys.

The Roadmaster is propelled by a Tunder Stroke 111 with a displacement of 1811 cc which delivers 119 ft-lbs of torque. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the engine is fueled by a 64.4 liters fuel tank.

As far features are concerned, the Indian Roadmaster is equipped with a ABS, cruise control, a highway bar, keyless start, and a Horizon power windshield.

You also get remote locking saddlebags, desert tan leather seats with heating, tire pressure monitors, heated grips and a 200W stereo system.

The motorcycle rides on 16 inch wheels which are wrapped in DUNLOP ELITE 3 130/90B16 73H at the front and DUNLOP ELITE 3 180/60R16 80H at the rear.

The Indian Roadmaster is offered with a starting price of $26,999 (€20,095).

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Victory presents its all new 2015 Magnum. The new motorcycle is loaded with tasty features which make it the perfect tourer. Featuring a factory-custom style, the 2015 Victory Magnum comes with 21 inch wheels with machined rims, plenty of chrome, ape hanger bars and a pair of generous hard saddlebags which cope great with the rest of the body. We also like the Cobra front fairing, the Low-Pro seat and the stylish Cross Country Cowl.

Other features worthy of being mentioned include a 100W audio system a high-efficiency LED headlight and plenty of accessories.

As far as power is concerned, the Victory Magnum is equipped with a 106 cui (1,731cc) Freedom V-twin engine which is kept in check by a six speed transmission. The engine is fueled by a 22-liter (5.8 Gal.) fuel tank and its power is kept under control by full-floating brake rotors grabbed by multi-piston calipers. For enhanced stopping performances there is also available an optional ABS system.

The motorcycle is offered with a base price of $21,999 (€16,370) and is available in 4 colors including Sunset Red over Supersteel Grey, Plasma Lime, Metasheen Black over Supersteel Grey and Ness Midnight Cherry.

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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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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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