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If you love the new Yamaha MT-07, but you consider it a bit too strong for your riding skills or you are too young for its power output, than we have a great news for you.

The Japanese manufacturer decided to offer a free 48hp restrictor kit for its model which makes it eligible for A2 motorcycle licences.

Yamaha’s decision comes as a response to the new 2013 EU regulations which forbid to riders aged 19 or 20 to ride motorcycles that are stronger than 48 hp, so they get only an A2 licence. The A2-compliant motorcycles must have a power output of 48 hp and a power-to-weight ratio of 0.27 hp per kg.

Without the restrictor kit, the Yamaha MT-07’s 689cc, 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, 4-valves engine generates a maximum output of 55.0 kW (74.8PS) at 9,000 rpm and 68.0 Nm (6.9 kg-m) of torque at 6,500 rpm.

As we’ve mentioned above, the restrictor kit is offered for free for all new MT-07s but if you want to install it on a used model then you will have to pay £124.99 (€149).

The motorcycle has a base price of r £5,199 (€6,200) and if you want the ABS version you will have to pay £400 (€477) more.

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Meet the new 2013 Hero Splendor Plus – a practical motorcycle that was designed with versatility in mind. The 2013 model year comes with a fresh style, new allow wheels and a well cushioned seat.

As far as power is concerned, the Hero Splendor Plus is equipped with a 97.2 cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke single cylinder, OHC engine which puts out a maximum power of 5.5 Kw (7.5 Ps) at 8000 rpm and 7.95 Nm of torque at 5000 rpm. The unit is fueled by an 11 liter fuel tank and transfers its power to the rear wheel via a four speed constant mesh transmission with multi-plate wet clutch.

The motorcycle weighs 109 Kg and its backbone is represented by a tubular double cradle frame which sits on a front fork with telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers and a rear swing arm with hydraulic shock absorber.

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roadster, the company has also designed the tasty Iconoclast model for 20ltd.com. The new Ecossse Iconoclast is available in a limited run of only 11 units.

The custom Ecosse Iconoclast is a mean looking roadster that weighs only 460 lbs and is powered by a two liter engine which puts out a maximum power of 135 hp and 140 ft-lbs of torque. The engine can reach the 60 mph mark in only 2.8 seconds and its power is kept in leash by a close-ratio six speed transmission.

The motorcycle rides on Öhlins, fully adjustable front forks which are combined with a rear shock that can be adjusted according to your needs (dragster, cruiser or road racer positions).

The exclusive Ecosse Iconoclast can be yours for no less than £54,000.

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The new 2015 Yamaha SR400 will be available on the US market from May and will be priced at $5,990. The new model features a retro style and is powered by a modern 339cc, single cylinder, 4-stroke, engine with electronic fuel injection. The engine is combined with a kick starter and a five speed transmission with multiplate clutch and delivers a fuel consumption of 66 mpg (3.55 l/100km). Unfortunately, for the moment we don’t have any official information about power and torque, but you can expect to an output of 35-40 hp.

The new 2015 Yamaha SR400 weighs 384 lbs and rides on big 18 inch wheels which are kept in check by a front single 268 mm rotor and rear 150 mm drum brakes.

Other features offered by the new 2015 Yamaha SR400 include a one-piece two-up seat, a megaphone silencer, two analog gauges and chrome mirrors.

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The Yamaha SR400 is a classic roadster that promises to offer a pretty fun riding experience. It weighs only 384 pounds and at its heart sits an air-cooled SOHC, 2 valve, fuel injected engine with a displacement of 399 cc. The unit transfers its power to the rear wheel by means of a five speed transmission with multiplate wet clutch and delivers a fuel consumption of 66.2 mpg.

The Yamaha SR400 also comes with a 31 inch seat height which is combined with a slim high-tensile steel semi-double cradle frame and an ergonomically designed handlebar offering a fairly relaxed riding position.

Other features worthy of being mentioned include a 3.2 gallon fuel tank, a compact 55.5 inch wheelbase and front disc brakes.

The Yamaha SR400 has a base price of $ 5,990 and comes with 1 year limited factory warranty.

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Meet the all-new 2014 Harley Davidson Dyna Low Rider which draws inspiration from the iconic Low Rider that dominated the American streets back in the 70’s.

The bike has been built with agility in mind, so it comes with a relatively low weight (292 kg) and compact dimensions, two features that help you maneuver it without too much fuss.

Power comes from an air-cooled Twin Cam 103 injected v-twin lump engine with a displacement of 1690cc. The unit cranks out a maximum power of 75 hp at 5010 rpm and 126 Nm of torque at 3,500 and is paired with a 2-into-1 exhaust.

The stopping power is handled by dual 4-piston fixed calipers in the front and a 2-pot floating caliper at the rear. There is also available an optional ABS system. The ABS version of the Harley Davidson Dyna Low Rider can be yours for $14,199 (€10,245).

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The Cleveland CycleWerks Ace Standard is a pretty basic motorcycle that puts functionality and efficiency on top of its priorities list. Thanks to its flexible personality, low seat height and light weight, the Ace Standard is ideal for city riding.

The motorcycle is built around a 229.65 cc, 4 stroke, air cooled engine which generates a maximum power of 10.5 KW at 7000 rpm and 16.5 KW of torque at 5500 rpm. All this power is transferred to the rear wheel by means of five speed, two stage, constant mesh transmission with wet multi-plate clutch. The unit can propel the motorcycle to a maximum speed of up to 70 Mph.

Other features worthy of being mentioned include aluminum wheels, inverted forks, a slightly raised front fender, wide bars, dual surface tires and a flat seat.

The bike’s price starts at $3,300.

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The Cleveland CycleWerks Ace Deluxe is a no-nonsense roadster built on a simple frame and powered by a 229.5 cc, 4 stroke, air cooled engine which generates a maximum power of 10.5 kW at 7000 rpm. The unit is paired with 12 liter fuel tank and is mated to a five speed constant mesh transmission with wet multiplate clutch. As far as performances are concerned, the Clevelnd CycleWerks Ace Deluxe can reach a top speed of 70 mph and an efficiency of 80 mpg.

The Ace Deluxe features aluminum wheels, inverted forks, a slightly raised front fender, wide bars, dual surface tires and a flat comfy seat.

The stopping power is handled by a front and rear disc brakes paired with dual piston calipers.

The Cleveland CycleWerks Ace Deluxe is offered with a base price of $3,300.

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Affordable, efficient and agile, the new Hero Splendor Pro is a practical motorcycle that can deal great with anything you ask of it.

The motorcycle is built around a 97.2 cc air cooled, 4 stroke single cylinder, OHC engine which generates a maximum power of 5.74 KW (7.8 Ps) at 7500 rpm and 8.04 Nm of torque at 4500 rpm. All this power is transferred to the rear wheels by means of a 4 speed constant mesh transmission with multiplate wet clutch.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Hero Splendor Pro rides on a front telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers and a rear swing arm with 5 step adjustable hydraulic shock absorber.

To be able to deal great with any type of roads, the Hero Splendor Pro also features a pretty high ground clearance that measures 159 mm.

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The guys from Vardenchi released the first details about their upcoming project which is based on a Moto Morini model.

The new T5 Custom Roadster will be fully revealed at the Auto Expo in New Delhi, but for the moment, the custom workshop revealed only a sketch of their creation.

At the heart of the T5 motorcycle will sit Moto Morini’s 1,187cc unit which is mounted on a modern trellis frame that offers a perfect compromise between rigidity and lightness. We also know that the new T5 will use LED technology for the headlights and tail lights, Marzocchi USD forks, Brembo brakes and Ohlins shocks.

In terms of style, we especially like the fluid lines of the fuel tank which is a perfect match for the curvy fenders and the fat tires. The good part is that the new custom motorcycle will also be available in Europe through Moto Morini’s dealers. The expected price for the Indian market is rated at RS 16 lakh ($25,595).


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