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super motard

Posted on by Marcelo Pronto

CPI’s little 50cc Super Motard and Enduro models grow up both receiving 250cc powerplants, these bikes may prove to be real contenders with high tech materials for the engines and Italian design they are both powerful and beautiful with easy modifications turning them into real track winners in their class.

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Posted on by Maxx Biker

Motorcycling, as you already know, has many sides and all of them are very interesting, but I bet you weren’t expecting to see an adult have this much fun on a mini bike. Well, it does and it is very serious about his ride. Simon lives in the United Kingdom and owns a 140cc Casey Stoner replica machine that finds its place every weekend at the Kinsham Raceway. That is also where the video below was shot.


Posted on by Maxx Biker

An incredibly reliable and advanced piece of motoring, the MZ 125 SM is one of the most fun bikes produced by the German manufacturer. Either you like the Blizzard or the Elegance version (both are new for 2008), the bike will become a great initiator in the wonderful worlds of trail and street riding, leaving your schoolmates well behind.

Posted on by Maxx Biker

With the 2008 Lightning Super TT, Buell delivers an outstanding Supermoto that is meant to make an awful good impression on the streets. The bike aims towards performance so the Buell Thunderstorm 1203cc V-Twin engine is used. In communion with the impressively versatile chassis and the competition look, the powerplant is extremely well valued so we’re in for an interesting ride.

Posted on by Maxx Biker

A big step forward if marked by 2008 model year for these two models. They both feature the innovative fuel injection system that helps power them even further into the customer’s preferences and together with the new frame, sub-frame and forks, to become the favorite Supermoto rides out there.

Posted on by Maxx Biker

If you have never raced a Motard before, and even more, if you have never ridden such a bike before, this video will help you get a feel of the blast you will have!

Vincent Guisande, who has installed an onboard helmet camera, finishes the race in second place so I’m leaving you in the hands of one of the best. Good luck!


Posted on by Maxx Biker

The new KTM 990 Supermoto sees its own way in the highly acclaimed class as it takes fun and excitement to a whole new level. It benefit of a completely revised and compact LC8 engine fitted on a finely tuned frame so it will take you virtually anywhere. Its imposing stature will always betray it and give a clue on what the rider experiences on the angry-looking thing.

Posted on by Maxx Biker

KTM plans on leading the S2 Supermoto class by delivering an ultra-light racing machine fitted with all the goodies of such a bike: Supermoto chassis, Brembo brakes and plenty of engine performance.

Posted on by Anthony Kodack

After winning the European Stuntriding Championship in Amsterdam, Chris Pfeiffer, of the most famous stunt of the world, flew to Italy for a test of the new Husqvarna SuperMotards. Despite the wet asphalt and hard winter temperature, Chris has been performed some of the best numbers of his repertoire to test the potential of the bike, remaining so favorably impressed by the whole range that he decided to add to the BMW F800S, which habitually uses in his show, a Husqvarna SuperMotard too. (...)
Posted on by Maxx Biker

KTM makes a great new addition to the 2008 lineup. By its name, 690 Duke, the bike is best characterized with the help of its engine which sets the record as the most powerful single-cylinder to ever see the streets (65 HP). Additional equipment is also great and the overall bike doesn’t look like a disappointment either.


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