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The 2013 Honda NC700X is an aggressive motorcycle created for adventures riders. Thanks to its versatile character, the Honda NC700X can deal with any type of road effortless.

The Honda NC700X is equipped with a 670cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin, SOHC engine with four valves per cylinder. The motorcycle is offered in two versions namely one with a conventional six-speed, manual-clutch transmission, and the other with automatic transmission. The Honda NC700X offers an average fuel consumption of 64 mpg.

The motorcycle’s stopping power is offered by a single 320mm disc with two-piston caliper which is paired with a rear single 240mm disc with single-piston caliper.

The Honda NC700X comes with a 3.7 gallons fuel tank and rides on 120/70ZR17 front and 160/60ZR17 rear radial tyres.

As far as prices are concerned the Honda NC700X can be yours for no less than $7,499.

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When the curvy lines of the classic design are mixed with a few modern lines and contemporary technologies the final result is usually quite impressive. The same thing is true for the Norton Commando 961 Sport - a modern bike, wrapped in a classy skin.

When designing its Commando 961 Sport, the British manufacturer wanted to create a comfortable old-school styled cruiser that feels similarly comfortable both in the city and on the highway.

The motorcycle is built around a four-stroke, parallel twin engine with push-rod valve actuation, 3 bearing crank and balancer shaft. The unit cranks out a maximum output of 80.00 HP at 7700 rpm and 80.00 Nm of torque at 6000 rpm.

The stopping power is assured by Brembo front and rear disc brakes.

The Norton Commando 961 Sport is offered with a starting price of $16,995.

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The Hyosung GT650 is a modern naked motorcycle that inspires confidence and power with its aggressive design language.

Compared to the GT650R the GT650 has a more serene character being better suited for everyday riding. Therefore it comes with minimal bodywork and a less aggressive riding position.

At the heart of the motorcycle sits a liquid cooled, DOHC, 8-valve, 90° V-twin, EFI engine with a displacement of 647cc. The engine sends its power to the ground though a six speed constant mesh transmission with wet, multiplate clutch.

The engine is housed by a dual lateral oval bar frame which is especially designed to remove weight and provide superb cornering ability.

The ride’s comfort is kept in check by adjustable upside down forks and a rear shock.

The 2013 Hyosung GT650 can be yours for no less than $5,699.

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The Hyosung GT250 is the softer version of the GT250R model. This motorcycle is created for those who like the sporty character of the GT250R but want a more practical machine, better suited for everyday riding.

Needles to say that the GT250R keeps the same precise handling and fast acceleration as its rebel sibling and it is powered by the same air/oil, cooled DOHC, 8-valve, 75° V-twin, EFI engine with a displacement of 249cc. The engine is linked to a constant mesh 5-speed transmission which offers a perfect compromise between sporty performances and efficiency. Talking about performance and efficiency it is worthy of being mentioned that the Hyosung GT250 has a top speed of 94 MPH before redlining, and scores a fuel consumption of 78 MPG.

The GT250 comes with an all-new sport headlight and instrument cluster, a GT250R-inspired LED tail lamp, minimal bodywork, low handlebars and a narrow and higher seat.

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The Honda CB600F has a long history behind it and since it was first launched in 1998 it was constantly upgraded. Today the motorcycle continues to be one of the most wanted middleweight naked models in its class offering a great mix of comfort, great handling and sporty performance.

Compared to the 2012 versions the 2013 Honda CB600F remains unchanged and the only difference is that the bike now comes with a stylish new Matt White colour paint scheme.

In terms of power the 2013 Honda CB600F is equipped with a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 16-valve DOHC inline-4 engine with a displacement of 599cc. The engine is combined with an advanced PGM-FI electronic fuel injection system which provides instant throttle response and precise control.

The stopping power is handled by front and rear disc brakes paired with a modern ABS system.

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The BMW K1300R is one of the most impressive naked bikes from the streets. If you wonder why, the answer is because this German monster receives great marks in all departments’ whether we are talking about design ergonomics or performances.

The BMW K1300R is built around a water-cooled, 4-stroke, in-line four-cylinder engine with two overhead camshafts and four valves per cylinder. The engine’s power is rated at an impressive 127 kW (173 hp) at 9,250 rpm and 140 Nm of torque at 8,250 rpm. Fire up this strong 4-stroke unit and it will propel you to a maximum speed of over 200 km/h.

The stopping power is assured by front 320 mm dual disc brakes, with 4-piston fixed calipers and rear 265 mm single discs with double-piston floating calipers.

As far as prices are concerned the 2013 BMW K1300R can be yours for no less than £12,125.00.

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The Royal Enfield Bullet G5 Deluxe represents the pumped up version of the G-5 Classic and comes with a set of style upgrades which give it a distinctive look enhancing its vintage appearance. Among them you’ll find a tasty chrome tank, rubber knee pads and chrome accents, as well as chrome fenders, chrome airbox and chrome brake lever.

However, apart from looking cool, the Royal Enfield Bullet G5 Deluxe is also able to reward its rider with a pretty fun riding experience thanks to its lively single cylinder, 4-stroke, spark ignition, air cooled, OHV engine with a capacity of 499 cc.

In terms of power, the unit delivers a maximum output of 27.5 hp and 41.3 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm. All this power is kept under control by a 5-Speed gearbox with left side gear shift.

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Meet the new 2014 Honda Grom 125 – a lightweight machine that promise to reward you with a fun riding experience. Judging by its specs the new Grom 125 is technically a pumped up scooter, as its powered by a fuel-injected 125cc, single cylinder, air cooled, four stroke engine which sends its power to a set of fat tyres wrapped around 12 inch rims.

As far as style is concerned, we’ll have t admit that the Honda Grom 125 looks pretty cool. We kinda like how Honda’s engineers have managed to combine the tiny rims with that sporty bodywork and those shiny gold forks.

This funky stance reminds us about the 1969 CT70 which has clearly served as source of inspiration for Honda’s designers.

We won’t argue about the price either, as $2,999 seems a fairly legit number for what this bike has to offer. The Honda Grom 125 will be available in showrooms this August.

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With its classic design language, the Honda CB1100A looks like a blast form the past. We especially like the massive headlight, the old school fenders and low seat height which gives you a pretty relaxed riding position. Once on board, you are met by an ergonomically designed handlebar and two big gauges that keep you posted on various stats.

As far as power is concerned, the Honda CB1100A is propelled by a 1,140 cc, DOHC, 4 valves engine with PGM-FI electronic fuel injection. The engine cranks out a maximum output of 90 hp at 8,500 rpm and 67 lb-ft at 5,000 rpm. Its power is kept in leash by a five-speed transmission.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a double-cradle frame which grips the engine with four solid and two rubber mounts.

The Honda CB1100A comes with a starting price of $13,199.

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Meet the Honda Shadow RS a slightly modified version of the standard Shadow. The most important modifications include the higher-set footpegs and shorter, more upright bars. Moreover, the Shadow RS features a slightly modified fuel tank and a flatter seat. The motorcycle has also received higher pegs which improve ground clearance when cornering.

At the heart of them Shadow RS lies the same 745cc liquid-cooled 52 degree V-twin with PGM-FI induction. The engine is mated on a wide-ratio five-speed transmission which feels similarly comfortable both in the city or on the highway. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the engine is fed by a pretty generous 2.6 gallons fuel tank (including 0.7-gallon reserve).

The stopping power is assured by a front single 296mm disc with twin-piston caliper paired with a rear drum brake.

The Honda Shadow RS is offered with a starting price of $8,240.

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