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The Triumph Rocket III Roadster is a failry unique motorcycle that inspires respect from the moment you see it.

It is propelled by the world’s biggest production motorcycle engine, namely a massive 2,294cc, Liquid-Cooled, DOHC, In-Line 3-Cylinder unit that delivers an impressive 221Nm of torque at2,750rpm. The engine is paired with an agile chassis, a rigid Tubular steel frame and a sophisticated suspension which ensure first class riding and handling performances.

Among the features offer by the Triumph Rocket III Roadster you’ll find many blackened components including radiator cowls, rear mudguard rails, airbox cover, fork protectors, and mirrors. The Triumph Rocket III Roadster rides on 150/80 R17 front and 240/50 R16 rear tires and has a wet weight of 367 Kg.

As far as prices are concerned, the Triumph Rocket III Roadster can be yours for no less than $14,999.

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The Hyosung GT 250 is a practical motorcycle designed for those who want a reliable machine for everyday riding.

Needless to say that the motorcycle was designed with comfort in mind. Therefore, once on board you are welcomed by an ergonomically designed seat which is higher and narrower for 2014, a low handlebar and a sporty instrument panel. In terms of design, the 2014 version of the Hyosung GT 250 comes with an all-new sport headlight, a GT250R-inspired LED tail lamp and minimal bodywork.

As far as power is concerned, the 2014 Hyosung 250 sports an air/oil cooled, DOHC 8-valve, 75° V-twin liquid cooled engine with a displacement of 249cc. The engine’s power is kept under control by a constant mesh five speed transmission with wet multiplate clutch.

The 2014 Hyosung GT 250 is offered with a base price of $3799 and is available in three color options (red, black and white).

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The Ducati Monster was always a great choice for naked-model lovers and the 1200 S is one of the most wanted models in this lineup.

Refined and strong, the Ducati Monster 1200 S is propelled by a Testastretta 11°, L-Twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, liquid cooled engine which delivers a maximum output of 108.2 KW (145 Hp) at 8,750 Rpm and 124.5 Nm (91.8 Lb-Ft) of torque at 7,250 Rpm. The unit is fed by a 17.5 liters fuel tank and needs to deal with a wet weight of 209 kg.

To be able to delivers first class performances, the motorcycle needed a set of performance-oriented technologies. Therefore, Ducati packed its bike with a comprehensive list of features which includes Riding Modes, Power Modes, DSP Ducati Safety Pack (ABS + DTC), Ride by Wire, Performance Package, passanger handles and seat cover, an anti-theft system and DDA.

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BMW R nineT is one of the newest motorcycles built by the German manufacturer and the guys from Urban Motor are the first tuners who had the occasion to modify it.

Their creation is called the Track Grinder and shows what potential for customization has the new BMW R nineT.

Like the stock model the Track Grinder is powered by the air- and oil-cooled version of BMW’s 1170cc boxer engine which delivers a claimed 110 horsepower and 88 pound-feet of torque. The unit didn’t receive any modifications but almost everything else has been completely modified.

One of the most obvious upgrades is the new design of the fuel tank which is complemented by the fresh alloy tail and the new custom seat wrapped in black leather.

The Track Grinder has also received a new Mottogadget Motoscope Pro digital LED dash which looks far better than the stock unit.

Up front you get a circular number holder with a small 50 headlight “hidden” underneath it. Other modifications include a Supertrapp exhaust system, Tarozzi pegs and blacked-out wheels paired with Golden Tyre dual-sport rubbers.

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Honda launched the cheapest motorcycle in its lineup. The new model is called the CG100 and has a price tag of only $ 670 (100,000 Nigerian naira), but unfortunately it is available only on the Nigerian market.

Needles to say, the bike is far from being impressive, as it comes as basic as it can be. But its modest character makes it a great choice for countries like Nigeria where versatile, cheap and efficient motorcycles are highly appreciated for their practicality.
The 2014 Honda CG100 can be easily recognized by its old school style, the square headlight, thin wheels and the one piece seat. The motorcycle’s ride is kept in check by a pretty rudimentary fork and dual rear shocks. You also get full drum brakes and a 110 cc engine.

Honda plans to build 40,000 units each year.

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“She was an accident waiting to happen. 600 pounds of American coke fired iron, riding on weather-checked English rubber. Cracking femurs or rupturing internal organs were her specialties, and she had done so on more than one occasion. The Iron Lung, a 1991 Harley Sportster roadracer, was a vision of what never was, in response to a question that was never asked.” – This is how Icon presents its new creation, the epic Iron Lung.

This new mechanical beast was born from Icon’s desire to create a truly special motorcycle that has the look of the legendary Harley-Davidson endurance and circuit racers from the 1970s, but is mixed with modern technologies and contemporary lines.

Like you’ve probably guessed, the Iron lung is based on a standard 1991 Harley Davidson Sportster. Luckily, Icon doesn’t play when it comes to modifying motorcycles, so they’ve started their work by boosting the engine’s power. Therefore, the Sportster’s 883cc unit was upgraded using a big bore kit up to no less than 1200cc. The increased capacity was combined with a Supertrapp exhaust system so the end result should be fairly impressive.

For enhanced performances, the Iron Lung’s front end had to receive some attention to. So, apart from the custom front fairing built in house, the guys from Icon have also decided to make the entire front lower and wider. They’ve also added a new sub frame, progressive 970 shocks, fresh forks (borrowed from a Harley Davidson Wide Glide) and custom triple clamps.

If you like those tasty wheels you should know that they come from a V-Rrod, while the custom seat was created by New Church Moto and the paint job is signed by the Garage 31 team.

All in one, the bike’s design and specs are fairly catchy and if you want to see it in action hit the jump for the official video released by Icon.

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Built with speed and adrenaline in mind, the 2014 Triumph Street Triple R is the sportier version of the standard Street Triple R model.

Its muscular looks combined with sporty handling and Triumph’s latest technologies give this motorcycle amazing abilities which translate directly into a great riding experience.

The bike’s engine alone – a 675 cc, liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder unit - is reason enough to drool over. Fire it up and it will reward you with a maximum output of 106PS at 11850 rpm and 68Nm of torque at 9750. All this power is transferred to the rear wheel by means of a six speed close ratio transmission.

But apart from the potent engine there are also plenty of other elements that help in deliver top notch performances. You also get a slip-on silencer, Triumph’s Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, a race inspired gear change quick-shifter and a modern ABS system.

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We always loved Triumph for their ability to mix the old school style with modern technologies and contemporary lines. And the Triumph Street Triple makes no exception. It is pretty safe to say that this model is arguably one of the best looking roadsters designed by the company and we especially like the twin headlights, the angular windshield and sharp lines of the body.

With Triumph’s philosophy, you’ll feel at one with the machine, and the Street Triple’s 675cc, liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder engine rewards you with smooth power delivery whenever you open up the throttle. Moreover, this combination of cutting-edge technology and concentration on detail give you complete confidence while you seat behind the handlebar.

The motorcycle’s low-seat height and low weight creates the perfect conditions for fast riding, while the compact chassis provides easy handling.

The engine cranks out a maximum speed of 106 PS at 11850 rpm and 68 Nm of torque at 9750 rpm.

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Meet the Triumph Bonneville T100 Black, the evil twin of the standard T100 model. The Black version shares the same technical parts with its sibling, but it comes with a unique style. The black rimmed wheels, the black-cased engine and the black bars and mirrors are all working together to give the Triumph Bonneville T100 Black a tasty custom appearance.

The bike is built around the company’s iconic 865cc, parallel-twin cylinder engine. The engine shares the same layout with the old units that made the Bonnevilles famous, but it comes with new technologies that help it deliver superior performances that match the requirements of today’s riders.

In terms of power, the unit cranks out 68 PS at 7500 rpm and 68 Nm of torque at 5800 rpm. This power is kept under control by 5 speed transmission.

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Especially developed for adventure lovers, the Honda CB500X is a versatile motorcycle that puts comfort, reliability and performances on top of its priorities list.

Thanks to its flexible character, the 2014 Honda CB500X feels similarly comfortable both in the city and on the tougher tracks, being ready to reward you with an enjoyable ride every time you fire up its engine.

Among the features offered by the 2014 Honda CB500X you’ll find an adjustable windscreen, a 4.5 Gallons fuel tank and wide handlebars.

The Honda CB500X is built on a diamond-shaped steel-tube mainframe which is attached to the engine with four mounts.Talking about the engine, the bike is propelled by a 471cc, liquid-cooled parallel-twin unit with PGM-FI. The engine’s power is kept in leash by a six speed transmission.

The Honda CB500X can be yours for no less than $5,999.

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