Street bike

Street bike

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Good times are not measured in seconds. Interested in a middle-weight sportbike but not going after any Supersport championships? The YZF-600R has amazing performance - in tune with the everyday needs of the real world.

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The YZF-R6 was born on the track to take you to extremes. We used our racing know-how to create a supersport bike that delivers the performance and feel you need to explore new limits. Outstanding features include MotoGP-derived YCC-T for ultra-precise throttle control and aluminium Deltabox frame for intense cornering performance.

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Introducing the new R 1200 R, BMW Motorrad is continuing a long tradition
in the production of roadster motorcycles and is proudly presenting a worthy successor to the very successful R 1150 R.

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BMW G 650 Xcountry – a modern interpretation of the scrambler. Back in the ’50s and ’60s of the last century, road-going motorcycles also suitable for offroad use after making a few technical modifications were called “scramblers”.

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Even at a standstill, the Street Moto clearly proves that this very special machine focuses on one highlight in particular: sheer riding pleasure on country roads.

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The BMW G 650 Xchallenge proves at very first sight that it has a lot to offer: this is an uncompromising offroad machine with long spring travel and not one single gram of extra weight.

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In the 1970s, sport riders were modifying their street bikes with some of what they saw being used on the racetrack, including clip-on handlebars, rear set footpegs, and ‘fast’ colours. This was done just as much for the look as for increased performance. The Café Racer style was born.

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On November 30, 2006, Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. (YMC) will release on the Japanese market a new model change of the Yamaha "XJR1300," the biggest displacement air-cooled naked (no cowling) model marketed in Japan, powered by an air-cooled 4-stroke, DOHC, in-line-4 engine that adopts a fuel injection (FI) system for the first time along with other changes.


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