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The CR&S Vun is a pretty sporty motorcycle especially developed for those who put versatility and comfort on the first place.

The motorcycle is built on a modern tubular frame with cross-sections and diameters which is both stiff and light, assuring a proper handling at high speeds. To optimize the weight, damping of vibration and rigidity, the bike also adopted the interposition of alloy plates for the installation of the engine. Talking about the engine, the CR&S VUN is powered by a Bombardier-Rotax, 652 cc engine which rewards you with 54 Hp (40 KW) at 7.000 rpm and a maximum torque of 6 Kgm (58,9 Nm) at 5.000 rpm. The engine’s power is more than enough to propel the bike to a top speed of over 180 kph (110 mph) with a 0-400 m acceleration of 12.79 seconds.

The motorcycle is offered with a very wide range of options, accessories and graphic designs which permit you to personalize it according to your wishes.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 CR&S VUN.

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The 2013 Yamaha XJR1300 is a strong and modern naked especially designed to reward its rider with a rush of adrenaline.

The 2013 Yamaha XJR1300 sports a 1,251cc air-cooled engine with four valves per cylinder, fuel injection and a modern EXUP exhaust. The bike’s engine is mounted on a light and stiff double cradle tubular steel frame. The engine is linked to a long-range 21-litre fuel tank which features a rotary fuel pump.

In terms of suspensions, the motorcycle id equipped with high-specification Öhlins rear shocks with optimised rebound and compression damping characteristics and front 43mm diameter forks which offer a comfortable ride and a light handling feel.

The stopping power is assured by monobloc 4-piston front brake calipers with floating discs.

The UK version of the 2013 Yamaha XJR1300 is offered with a starting price of £ 7,999.

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The Bimota DB9 Bividio is the perfect machine for any adrenaline lover. Its modern style screams speed and the aerodynamic nose, the imposing tyres, the aggressive frame and the sharp-cut fuel tank are all merging together to form one of the most intriguing designs seen lately.

However, the roadster has also received maximum attention in the ergonomics department and Bimota’s technicians have spent a lot of time to reward the rider with a comfortable saddle and a wisely angled handlebar which are perfectly suited for high speed riding.

The bike is equipped with a new powerplant which is technically an evolution of the L twin cylinder engine with improved performance and usable power, perfect lower and mid range speed. In terms of power the 1198cc, twin cylinder unit develops a maximum power of 162 hp at 9500 rpm and 13,1 kgm of torque at 8000 rpm.

Hit the jump for more information on the Bimota DB9 Brivido - Brivido S.

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Bimota’s unique design language had always attracted a lot of fans and its bikes are considered by many riders among the most beautiful models from the roads.

However, Bimota’s bikes aren’t only good looking as they are also fairly capable and are equipped with the latest technologies in the business.

The Bimota DB6 Delirio makes no exception and thanks to its modern chassis design is able to offer a perfect handling helping you move through bends with maximum confidence even at high speeds. Thereby the motorcycle is perfect on the twisties and winding tracks where a precise handling is on top of the priorities list.

At the heart of this small beast lies a 90°L twin cylider, 4 strokes engine with a capacity of 1078 cc. The engine features electronic fuel injection and an electric starter. As far as performance is concerned, the twin cylinder unit puts out 98 hp @ 7500 rpm and 10,5 kgm of torque at 5500 rpm.

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The Zero S is a sporty model developed for those who are searching for a fast yet efficient bike. The motorcycle has received a set of pretty significant upgrades for 2013 and the most important is the new electric motor.

The new unit is 93% more powerful, generates 62% more torque and yields 20% greater city range compared to the old one. As far as the autonomy is concerned the Zero S is able to travel 137 mi (city), or 85 mi (highway), on a single charge which makes it the most capable motorcycle in its class.

You won’t complain about the bike’s acceleration either, while the maximum speed is also pretty good being rated at 95 Mph.

Other notable features include Nissin brakes, passenger pegs and a customizable dashboard.

The Zero S is available at a starting price of $13,995.00.

Hit the jump for more information on the Zero S ZF8.5 / Zero S ZF11.4.

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Honda presented the 2013 version of its sporty CB1000R. Technically the motorcycle is basically the same as the previous model’s year. Though the bike is now offered with a new Cool Pearl White color option and fresh graphics.

The Honda CB1000R features a special chassis which puts the 998cc engine out front and center. This position not only improves the bike’s weight distribution but it also gives a more upright and comfortable riding position.

Talking about the engine, it is a 998cc, DOHC, liquid-cooled, inline four-cylinder unit with computer-controlled digital transistorized ignition with 3-D mapping. The engine’s power is sent to the ground via a Close-ratio six-speed transmission. Among the features offered by the CB1000R you’ll also find the adjustable brake and clutch levers which let you fine tune for the riding environment, and tailor fit the controls to your riding style.

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The original Duke was one of the most iconic motorcycles in its class and its sporty character made KTM famous. The Duke’s success story continues even today when the bike keeps the unstoppable character of its ancestor, but is equipped with new technologies and features which make it more versatile and capable than ever.

The 2013 KTM 690 Duke is powered by most cutting-edge series production single-cylinder of our times – a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, spark-ignition liquid-cooled engine that cranks out 67 hp. The engine features plug-selective mapping for the best and most effective combustion, plus extended service intervals of 10,000 km.

As far as ergonomics go, the new 690 Duke comes with a comfortable two piece seat which offers freedom of movement and an ideally angled aluminium handlebar which helps you maneuver the bike with agility.

For a sharp stopping power the motorcycle is equipped with a disconnectable dual-circuit ABS system with 9M+ modulator tuned in cooperation with Bosch.

Hit the jump for more information on the KTM 690 Duke.

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The KTM 390 Duke was built with agility in mind and thanks to its lightweight construction, the capable engine and first class ergonomics offers a nimble handling and a comfortable ride.

Talking about ergonomics, the KTM 390 Duke was designed to offer enough freedom of movement to make you feel relaxed while riding.

The motorcycle’s center piece is a modern single-cylinder engine which uses the latest technologies and materials to reward you with plenty of power (44 hp). Moreover, the engine weighs only 36 kg is its low fuel consumption make it perfect for every day urban use. The 373.2 cc unit is brought to life by an electric starter and its power is sent to the ground via a six speed, claw shifted transmission.

The motorcycle sits on lightweight 17 in cast light alloy wheels wrapped in grippy Metzeler tyres which measure 110 mm wide at the front and 150 mm at the rear.

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The KTM 690 Duke R is based on the lightweight 690 Duke. The base 690 Duke was already a sporty and very capable motorcycle, but the R version raises the bar even higher and is still amazingly suitable for everyday use.

The bike’s backbone is a lightweight 9 kg tubular space frame made from chrome-molybdenum steel paired with a 4 kg lightweight, high-quality, pin-jointed, die-cast swingarm.

As the KTM 690 Duke R is more aggressive than the standard 690 Duke, its ergonomics were designed to put the rider into the perfect position required for hitting the gas. You’ll especially like the sporty angled handlebar, the convenient instrument panel and the sculpted seat.

At the heart of the motorcycle lies a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, spark-ignition, liquid-cooled engine with a displacement of 690 cc. The engine delivers a peak power of 51.5 kW (69.1 hp) and is mated on a six speed gear box. The breaking is handled by a set of Brembo brakes which include front 320 mm and rear 240 mm discs.

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The KTM 990 Super Duke R can be easily compared with an unchained beast that is ready to attack the asphalt with poise. The motorcycle is propelled by a 999 cc, 2-cylinder, 4-stroke, spark-ignition, liquid cooled engine which puts out 92 kW (123 hp). The 999cc unit is equipped with the electronic Keihin engine management system which improves responsiveness.

The ride is kept in check by a set of capable suspensions which come with a generous variety of setting options. The suspensions consist of a front upside-down telescopic fork with TiAlN-coated sliding surfaces and a shock absorber from WP Suspension with a TiAlN-coated piston rod.

You also get a stiff and light orange, powder-coated tubular space frame made from chrome-molybdenum steel with a bolted-on, light alloy subframe.

The breaking system consists of a front twin-disc brake with radially mounted four-piston brake calipers and a rear single-disc brake with one-piston brake caliper.


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