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If you are planning to go in an adventure on two wheels then you’ll certainly have to carefully choose the perfect motorcycle. Firstly it will have to be reliable to the core, then very comfortable and of course strong and agile to be able to ride effortless on the highway but also on the unpaved roads.

The Yamaha XT1200Z Super Ténéré fits perfectly in this pattern and does much more than that. At the heart of this beauty lies a 1199 cc, liquid cooled, 2 cylinder engine that develops a maximum output of 80.9 kW (110PS) at 7,250 rpm and 114.1 Nm (11.6 kg-m) of torque at 6,000 rpm.

The Super Ténéré is equipped with Yamaha’s Chip-Controlled Throttle (YCC-T) technology with 3-stage traction control that can be turned off if wanted. You also get switchable Yamaha D-MODE engine mapping.

The motorcycle rides on spoked, tubeless aluminium rims wrapped in imposing 110/80R19M/C 59V front and 150/70R17M/C 69V rear tires.

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The Yamaha XT660Z Tenere is considered one of the most reliable dual purpose bikes in its class and there is no wonder why as this bike is as tough as a Samurai.

Apart from the standard model, the motorcycle is also available in a touring version. The touring model comes with extra luggage capacity and increased protection elements which further enhance its practicality.

This metal beast is propelled by a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 4-valve, single-cylinder, SOHC engine that churns out a maximum power of 35.0 kW (48.0PS) at 6,000 rpm and 58.0 Nm (5.92 kg-m) of torque at 5,500 rpm. The engine’s power is kept under control by a modern constant mesh transmission.

Other features that are worthy of being mentioned include the tough steel steel tube diamond-shaped chassis, the 23 liter fuel tank and the large capacity 30L side cases.

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Jump on the saddle, put on your helmet, fire up the engine and start riding in your wildest adventures next to the Yamaha XT660. Every bit of this motorcycle screams adrenaline while its rugged design language inspires confidence and power.

This tasty dual purpose bike was especially created for those who search a versatile motorcycle that is able to deal effortless with both the highways and the dirty tracks.

The secret behind the Yamaha XT66Z Tenere’s abilities is a powerful liquidcooled, 4-valve, 4-stroke SOHC single-cylinder engine that produces a maximum power of 35.0 kW (48.0PS) at 6,000 rpm and 58.0 Nm (5.92 kg-m) of torque at 5,500 rpm. The engine is fed by a pretty generous 23-litre fuel tank which offers a decent range, so you won’t need to stop for refueling more than usual.

The 2-stroke unit is brought to life by an electric starter and its power is sent to the ground through a constant mesh transmission.

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The Yamaha WR125R loves adventures. All you have to do is jump on the saddle and fire up the engine then you can venture to the woods or other dirty tracks.

The bike features a tasty of road styling with aggressive lines and sharp-cut fenders. You’ll also like the sleek seat, the ergonomically designed handlebar and the sporty headlight.

As far as power is concerned, the Yamaha WR125R is propelled by a fuelinjected, liquid-cooled, 4-valve, 4-stroke SOHC single-cylinder engine. The engine puts out 11 kW (15PS) at 9,000 rpm and 12.2 Nm (1.24 kg-m) of torque at 8,000 rpm and is mated on a constant mesh transmission.

The motorcycle rides on 21-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels wrapped in new dualpurpose tyres. The wheels are combined with 240 mm front and 220 mm rear discs that offer a pretty strong stopping power regardless of the terrain conditions.

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Zero has become famous thanks to its electric motorcycles which are considered among the best in the business.

Given the fact that the concern for efficiency and environment is growing bigger and bigger with every year that passes the future of Zero seems to be pretty bright. Also, the electric technologies become more and more advanced and these bikes are starting to be able to compete with success against their petrol powered siblings.

The 2013 Zero MX models are equipped with a new Z-Force motor, which is up to 125% more powerful and offers 51% more torque. With 68 ft-lbs available at 0 rpm and 54 hp on tap the motorcycle rewards you with a sharp acceleration. The electric motor is powered by a modular power pack system which is available in two configurations: ZF2.8 (one module), ZF5.7 (two modules).

The performance characteristics of the Zero MX can be adjusted via Bluetooth and a compatible mobile device.

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The 2013 Husaberg FE 250 is a lightweight enduro bike powered by a 1-cylinder 4-stroke, water-cooled engine with a displacement of 248.60 cc. The engine is brought to life by an electric starter and is kept in leash by a modern six-speed transmission. To bring the motorcycle to halt, Husaberg equipped it with a set of capable BREMBO brakes.

The 2013 Husaberg FE 250 rides on a pair of rugged wheels with CNC-machined hubs, high-end DID rims and new aluminium spoke nipples. The front wheels is kept in check by a 48 mm 4CS closed-cartridge fork from WP SUSPENSION, while the rear one features a versatile shock absorber with adjustable rebound damping and high and low-speed compression damping.

The motorcycle’s backbone is a newly developed double-cradle, central tube frame made from chrome-molybdenum steel profiles which ensures high levels of torsional stiffness.

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The Husaberg TE 125 is the youngest member of the Husaberg family and was built for up-and-coming 16 year-old racers and ambitious E1 riders.

The motorcycle is packed with various technologies and thanks to its lightweight and compact dimensions is fairly easy to maneuver.

The 2013 model has received a completely revamped seat and tank/spoiler profile which offers a perfect riding position and helps the rider to become one with the machine. We also need to send a shout at the 10.7 liters polyethylene fuel tank designed with enduro-friendly ergonomics.

The motorcycle sports a 1-cylinder 2-stroke, water-cooled engine with reed intake and exhaust control. The engine is combined with a kick starter and a six gears, claw shifted transmission. The transmission is paired with a compact clutch which features hub damping and preload with a single diaphragm spring.

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The Husaberg FE 501 is equipped with all it needs to be able to withstand the punishment of the toughest off-road tracks. Thereby this bike is eager to venture on the most difficult terrains and will reward you with a rush of adrenaline every time you jump on its back.

The 2013 Husaberg FE 501 weighs just 112.5 kg and is powered by a strong 504 cc 1-cylinder 4-stroke, water-cooled engine. The engine is kept in leash by a capable gearbox and a wet multi-disc clutch.

The motorcycle’s backbone is a newly developed double-cradle, central tube frame made from chrome-molybdenum steel profiles which is perfectly suited for the requirements of a strong dirt bike.

As far as equipment is concerned, the Husaberg FE 501 is packed with a fan, skid plate and hand guards all offered as standard equipment.

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Forged from Husanberg’s will to build the supreme 450 cc dirt bike, the FE 450 features an unstoppable character, a sporty design language and a capable engine. Talking about the engine, the 2013 Husaberg FE 450 is propelled by a 1 cylinder 4 stroke, water-cooled unit which is paired with a six speed transmission and a wet multi-disc clutch.

The 2013 Husaberg FE 450 received a newly developed double-cradle, central tube frame made from chrome-molybdenum steel profiles which ensure high levels of torsional stiffness. The frame is linked to a perfectly balanced aluminum swing arm which is 300 g lighter than its predecessor.

Up front, the motorcycle is equipped with a 48 mm 4CS closed-cartridge fork from WP SUSPENSION, while out back there is a modern shock absorber adjustable for rebound damping and high and low-speed compression damping.

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Sweden is known for its precise watches, but this country is also the place where Husaberg was born. The company is specialized on building motorcycles and perhaps it goes without saying that its models are at least as capable as a Swiss watch.

The 2013 Husaberg FE 350 weighs just 109.5 kg and at its heart you will find a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, spark-ignition, liquid-cooled engine with a displacement of 349.7 cc. The engine is kept in check by a six speed, claw shifted transmission which is paired with a compact hydraulic clutch.

The 2013 Husaberg FE 350 rides on a front 48 mm 4CS closed-cartridge fork from WP SUSPENSION which offers a pretty generous wheel travel of 292 mm. At the back there is a capable shock absorber with adjustable rebound damping and high and low-speed compression damping.

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