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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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Confederate is known for the radical design of its bikes and every product that rolled out from the company’s garage looks drop dead gorgeous.

Recently, the Confederate team has gained an important new member namely the famous designer Pierre Terblanche. Shortly after has joined the team, Mr. Terblanche has started to work on a pretty awesome project. The new motorcycle bears the name C2 P-51 Fighter and features an outrageous design language that will certainly break a lot of hearts.

The C2 P-51 Fighter is technically the second generation of Confederate Fighters and received a series of important modifications which not only make it look a lot cooler, but also boost its performances to a higher level.

At the heart of this metallic piece of art sits a much lighter engine which features a completely new architecture that helps it deliver more power and torque. The new generation also gets a lighter crankcase and a downstream fuel injection.

The new Confederate C2 P-51 Fighter will cost around $100,000 and will be available in only 31 units from June or July 2014.

Stay tuned for more details.

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Thanks to its aggressive character, the Ducati Diavel Carbon is seen by many riders as a true “bad boy” among naked bikes.

Its iconic red frame, the sharp lines of the body, the black accessories, the dual exhaust and the fat rear tire are all working together to offer a very special visual effect that will make you fall in love with this bike from the first sight.

In terms of power this mechanical beast is fitted with a strong 1198 cc, Testastretta 11°, L twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, liquid cooled engine. Fire it up and you’ll be assaulted by a maximum power of 119 KW (162 Hp) achieved at 9,500 rpm and 127.5 Nm (94 Lb-Ft) of torque available at its peak at 8,000 Rpm.

This Italian beauty can be yours for no less than $20,495.

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When it comes to sports bikes Ducati is without a doubt one of the most appreciated manufacturers. And with models like the Hypermotard there is no wonder why.

This mechanical beast was carefully forged to reward you with excellent riding dynamics and is packed with a comprehensive list of state of the art technologies.

The motorcycle is built around an 821cc, Testastretta 11°, L-twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, liquid cooled engine. The unit cranks out a maximum output of 110 hp at 9,250 rpm and 89 Nm of torque at 7,500 rpm. All this power is kept under control by a six speed transmission and you also get Ducati’s Ride-by-Wire system, which allows 3 different engine mappings.

The engine is housed by a tubular steel Trellis frame with 34 mm main section tubes, 25.5° rake, 104 mm trail and 30 mm offset.

The bike can be yours for no less than $11,995.

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Fast, agile and strong, the Ducati Diavel is an imposing machine that has all it needs to make you fall in love with it from the moment you touch its handlebars.

The motorcycle weighs only 210 kg and is powered by a 1198.4cc, Testastretta 11°, L-twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, liquid cooled engine which rewards you with a maximum power of 162 hp at 9,500 Rpm and 127.5 Nm (94 Lb-Ft) of torque at 8,000 Rpm.

For enhanced performances, the Diavel is also packed with the company’s electronic Riding Modes which include a choice of three pre-set modes namely Urban, Sport and Touring. Other features worthy of being mentioned include the Ride-by-Wire (RbW) system and Ducati’s Traction Control (DTC).

The motorcycle’s speed is kept in leash by a capable breaking system which includes Monobloc calipers that grab 320mm discs up front and a single 265mm disc at the rear.

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Meet the 2014 KTM 690 Duke, a fast bike aimed at adrenaline-hungry riders. While designing the 690 Duke, KTM’s engineers have focused on cutting the bike’s weight as much as possible. Therefore, the motorcycle comes with a 9 kg lightweight tubular space frame made from chrome-molybdenum steel which is paired with a 4 kg lightweight, pin-jointed, die-cast swingarm. After this entire struggle the engineers have managed to obtain a dry weight of only 149.5 kg (without fuel), which is pretty impressive.

At the heart of the motorcycle lies a modern, 690 cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, spark-ignition, liquid-cooled engine. The unit develops a maximum power of 67 hp and is mated on a six speed, claw shifted transmission.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the KTM 690 Duke is equipped with front WP Suspension up side down forks and a rear WP Suspension shock absorber with Pro-Lever linkage.

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Zero decided to upgrade its S model for 2014. The new model year features a long list of improvements which help it deliver better performances in terms of power, ride and handling.

Among the modifications made for the 2014 model year you’ll find larger 43 mm forks, a redesigned chin fairing, new triple clamps and a new dashboard. Moreover, the bike’s ground clearance has been raised by an inch and the suspension is now oriented more towards comfort.

The 2014 Zero S is propelled by a Z-Force, 75-7 passively air-cooled, high efficiency, radial flux permanent magnet, brushless motor which delivers a maximum power of 54 Hp (40 KW) @ 4,300 rpm and 68 Ft-Lb (92 Nm) of torque. The engine is mated to a clutchless, one-speed transmission and can propel you to a maximum speed of 95 mph.

As far as battery packs are concerned, the Zero S gives you the possibility to choose between three versions (8.5 kWh, 11.4 kWh and 12.5 kWh).

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Benelli will launch an all-new model in Milan at the EICMA motorcycle show. The motorcycle is called the BN600R and is a sporty naked propelled by an inline four-cylinder 4 stroke, liquid cooled engine with double overhead camshaft and 4 valves for each cylinder.

In terms of power, the engine cranks out a maximum output of 82 hp @ 11,500 rpm and a peak torque of 52 Nm @ 10,500 rpm. It also comes with electronic injection and four 38mm throttle bodies. Its power is sent to the ground through a six speed transmission with wet clutch.

The stopping power is handled by Brembo brakes that include a front 320mm twin floating disk with radial calipers and a rear 240mm single disk with double piston calipers.

The motorcycle rides on a pair of 17" aluminium aloy rims wrapped in 120/70 and 180/55 tyres.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Benelli BN600R comes with an upside-down Marzocchi front fork and a rear aluminium alloy swingarm with Sachs shock absorber.

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After all those countless discussions and teasers, the all new KTM 1290 Super Duke R has been finally revealed. The bike looks certainly better than we’ve expected and it is also more potent than that you might guess.

At the heart of this naked beauty lies a 75-degree 108x71mm bore/stroke 1,301cc v-twin engine that puts out an impressive power of 180 HP at 8,870 rpm and 144 Nm of torque. All this power is kept under control by a six speed gearbox and a PASC slipper clutch. Fire up the engine and you’ll hit the 200 kmph mark in no less than 7,2 seconds.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a powder coated, chromium-molybdenum-steel trellis frame which is paired with a 48mm WP USD fork and a WP rear shock.

The KTM 1290 Super Duke R weighs 189 kg and its speed is kept under control by Brembo M50 monoblock calipers and 320 mm brake discs combined with a modern Bosch ABS.

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