Motorcycle Reviews

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Ariel was mostly known for its impressive lightweight Atom, which was created for adrenaline junkie drivers who love to play on the track. But not many know that the company was initially building motorcycles and not four wheels vehicles. Therefore it should come as no surprise that they’ve decided to create an all-new motorcycle.
Ariel’s new two wheeler is named the Ace and like it was expected, it shares the same racy DNA with the Atom. The most impressive thing about the new Ace is its multiple personality - as it can be fully customize.

Among the options available for the bike you’ll find three types of fuel tanks, three wheelbase lengths, two suspension setups and three seat heights.

The motorcycle is built on a lightweight tubular aluminum frame which features different head angles, via interchangeable eccentric bearing holders that help you set various degrees for the rake angle (between 21.8 degrees to 28.4 degrees).

The frame houses a 76 degree, 1237cc, Unicam, Honda V4 engine which cranks out 173 BHP at 10,000 rpm and 131Nm of torque at 8750 rpm. The V4’s power is kept in leash by a six speed manual transmission but there is also available a dual clutch unit.

As far as performances are concerned, the engine can propel you to 165 mph in not less than 3.4 seconds.

The new Ariel Ace can is produced in 100-150 units per year and comes with a base price of 20.000 GBP.

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The Honda S-Wing 125 was especially designed o reward you with a comfortable ride and great stability. It features an ergonomic construction, a modern style and is fitted with a wide range of state of the art technologies.

Talking about technologies, at its heart sits a 125 cc, liquid - cooled, 4 - stroke, SOHC, single cylinder engine with PGM-FI. In terms of power the unit generates a maximum output of 9.7 kW at 9,000 rpm and 11.1 Nm of torque at 7,500 rpm. The engine needs to deal with a weight of 156 kg and is mated on a V-Matic transmission.

You also get a 9.4 liters fuel tank, 134 mm of ground clearance and triple spoke cast aluminum wheels.

The Honda S-Wing 125 is offered with a starting price of € 4.991.

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Meet the Honda Silver Wing, a stylish maxi scooter that can deal great both with the city streets and the open road.

It is powered by a 582 cc, liquid - cooled, 4 - stroke, 4 - valve DOHC, parallel-twin, fuel injected engine which delivers a maximum power of 37 KW at 7,000 rpm and 54Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. The engine’s power is transferred to the rear wheel by means of a V-Matic transmission.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Honda Silver Wing rides on 41mm front telescopic forks (120mm Axle Travel) and rear dual conventional dampers with 5-step spring preload adjustment (115mm axle travel).

Other features worthy of being mentioned include Honda’s Ignition Security System, a Combined Antilock Brake System, and the company’s Evolutional Catalysing System.

The Honda Silver Wing is offered with a base price of €8.735.

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Meet the special edition GSR750Z ABS which raises the bar even higher in terms of style and performances.

Among the unique features offered by this special edition you’ll find a new colour scheme in Blue/White, gold-anodised front fork outer tubes, red-anodised front fork spring adjuster bolts, matt silver handlebars and a red rear suspension spring. You also get a blue drive chain, a white belly pan and a R11 Yoshimura exhaust.

The motorcycle is powered by a strong 749cc four cylinder, fuel - injected, 4 - Stroke, liquid - cooled, DOHC engine which generates a maximum output of 78.00 kW (105.00 hp) at 10000 rpm and 80.00 NM (59.00 lb.Ft) of torque at 9000 rpm.

The Suzuki GSR750Z ABS comes with a base price of €9.734.

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The Honda NC750 Integra is the perfect compromise between a scooter and a motorcycle. It features plenty of storage places, an ergonomic riding position and great fuel consumption.

At its heart sits a 745 cc, liquid - cooled, 4 - stroke, 8-valve, SOHC parallel 2-cylinder engine with PGM-FI Electronic Fuel Injection. The engine is mated on a six speed dual clutch transmission which delivers a fuel consumption of 28.9km/L.

In terms of power, the engine delivers a maximum output of 40.3 kW at 6,250 rpm and 68 Nm at 4,750 rpm.

The bike rides on a pair of multi-spoke cast aluminium wheels which are wrapped in 160/60-ZR17M/C (69W) rear and 120/70-ZR17M/C (58W) front tires.

As far as prices are concerned, the Honda NC 750 Integra can be yours for no less than €9.734.

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The Honda Integra blurs the line between scooters and motorcycles being a perfect blend between them.

Featuring a feet-forward riding position, a tall windscreen and a sporty style, the Honda Integra offers great ride and handling performances.

Among the features offered by the Honda Integra you’ll find an innovative Dual Clutch Transmission, Honda’s Ignition Security System and a Combined Antilock Brake System (C-ABS).

The Honda Integra is powered by a 670 cc, liquid-cooled, 4 - stroke, 8-valve, SOHC parallel 2-cylinder engine with PGM-FI which is fueled by a 14.1 litres fuel tank.

The engine cranks out a maximum power of 62 Nm of torque at 4,750 rpm and 38.1kW at 6,250 rpm. As far as efficiency is concerned the engine delivers a fuel consumption of 17.3 M/L (78.6 Mpg).

The Honda Integra is offered with a starting price of €9.609.

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The Royal Enfield Bullet Electra is a reliable, agile and classy roadster that despite its retro appearance is packed with a wide range of modern technologies which help it deliver great ride and handling performances.

The Royal Enfield Bullet Electra weighs 187 kg and is propelled by a 346 cc, single cylinder, 4 stroke, twinspark engine which generates a maximum output of 19.8 bhp at 5250 Rpm and 28 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm. The engine’s power is kept under control by a 5 Speed Constant Mesh transmission with wet multiplate clutch.

In terms of styling the latest Electra still keeps it simple following the lines of the traditional Bullet but adding its unmistakably distinctive style to it.

You also get a 13.5 Ltr fuel tank, 19 inch wheels, and front disc brakes.

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The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 combines a classic style with modern technologies to deliver a fairly unique riding experience.

Compared to the previous generations, the latest model features a longer wheels base and bigger tires which help it stay better planted on its wheels.

At the heart of the motorcycle sits a single cylinder, 4 stroke, twinspark engine with a displacement of 346 cc. Fire it up and it will reward you with a maximum output of 19.8 Bhp at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm. The unit transfers its power to the rear wheel by means of a five speed constant mesh transmission with wet, multi plate clutch.

The motorcycle’s ride quality is assured by front 35mm forks (130mm Travel) and rear twin shock absorbers with 5-step adjustable preload (80mm travel).

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The Kawasaki VN1700 Classic sets new standard in its class in terms of style, power and rideability.

It is equipped with a 1700 cc, liquid - cooled, 4 - stroke, V-twin, SOHC, 8 valves engine which rewards you with a maximum output of 55 KW (74 PS) at 5,000 Rpm and 135 Nm (13.7 Kgfm) of torque at 2,750 Rpm. The engine’s power is handled by a 6-speed transmission.

The also features Kawasaki’s first fully electronic throttle actuation system which enables the ECU to control the volume of both the fuel and the air delivered to the engine.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the Kawasaki VN1700 Classic is fitted with an Electronic Cruise Control, front and rear disc brakes and a 20 liter fuel tank.

The bike is priced around 11.499 USD.

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The Kawasaki 1400 GTR Grand Tourer is the company’s flagship in terms of sport tourers. It is propelled by a 1352 cc, liquid - cooled, 4 - stroke in-line four, DOHC engine which is mated on a six speed transmission with wet multi disc clutch.

Fire it up and it will generate a maximum output of 114 KW (155 PS) at 8,800 Rpm and 136 Nm (13.9 Kgƒ.M) of torque at 6,200 Rpm.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a monocoque frame made of pressed aluminum.

The ride quality is assured by a 43 mm inverted fork with adjustable rebound damping and spring preload and a bottom - link uni-trak with gas-charged shock.

The Kawasaki 1400 GTR Grand Tourer is offered with a choice of two colours namely Metallic Graphite Gray and Metallic Spark Black.

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