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Honda's Mad Adventure Maxi Scooter Boosted to 350cc

Honda’s Mad Adventure Maxi Scooter Boosted to 350cc

Still falls short of the full-fat 750cc version

’City Adventure’ concept turned into the X-ADV, with the 750cc engine from the NC750. It hasn’t made it to the U.S. but the ADV150 did. Now, the ADV300 is looking likely to land on American soil.

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New 'Baby' Triumph models on the way: official

New ’Baby’ Triumph models on the way: official

Company’s tie-in with Bajaj about to bear fruit

Triumph saying that details of a new range of 200-750cc bikes developed in conjunction with Indian company Bajaj for global sale will be announced soon. So, this is a teaser of a teaser....!

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2018 - 2022 Kawasaki Ninja 400

2018 - 2022 Kawasaki Ninja 400

It’s the new big small-displacement Ninja

Kawasaki took the next step in the struggle to find that perfect balance between displacement, performance, and affordability with the new-in-2018 Ninja 400. This ride delivers the aggressive styling that you expect from the Ninja family with a host of improvements over the previous generation. More power, less weight, and a mature presentation should hold the new Ninja in good stead in the highly-competitive small-displacement sportbike market that serves as the main battlefield in the contest to instill some brand loyalty in the increasingly important new buyer base.

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Kawasaki Reveals First Hybrid Motorcycle

Kawasaki Reveals First Hybrid Motorcycle

Petrol-Electric Hybrid Points Way To 2025 and Beyond

There’s been a lot of news from Kawasaki of late regarding its petrol-less future. The latest reveal is of its first hybrid-powered motorcycle, using a twin-cylinder engine and an electric motor.

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Is The Two-Stroke Road Bike Dead? This Company Doesn't Think So.

Is The Two-Stroke Road Bike Dead? This Company Doesn’t Think So.

British manufacturer beats legislation to build the ultimate road bike

0The Two-Stroke Is Not Dead Yet0
Who wants a two-stroke road bike? Who is disappointed you can’t buy one? Who would be happy if you were able to buy one?
There are many of us who remember with great fondness the 2-stroke engine, with its distinctive sound, smell and blistering performance out of all proportion to its capacity.
Back in the 1990s, the writing was on the wall for the two-stroke. The emissions were just too high for the bleating environmental lobby, and the manufacturers were (...)

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Harley Davidson Set To Attack Asian Market

Harley Davidson Set To Attack Asian Market

Tie-In With Hero MotorCorp About To Bear fruit

Harley Davidson is set to renew its attack on the lucrative Asian market through its partnership with Hero MotorCorp, the Indian motorcycle manufacturing giant. The first model will be a retro-style mid-capacity roadster.

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2018 - 2021 Yamaha XMAX

2018 - 2021 Yamaha XMAX

It’s quite sophisticated for surprisingly low price

Yamaha brought the XMAX to the U.S. market with a 27.6-horsepower mill that promises enough speed to be safe, even comfortable, at highway velocities, and that’s muy importante in the American market. This performance comes bundled with a decidedly modern and mature look that just screams metro-commuter.

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2021 Honda CRF300L / CRF300L Rally

2021 Honda CRF300L / CRF300L Rally

Reduced weight, increased power, and improved off-road performance

Good news sports fans! Honda spruced up its dual-sport CRF300L base model and its Rally variant ahead of 2021 with a solid 15-percent increase in displacement, a concurrent 10-percent increase in power, reduced weight, and improved off-road performance. The Rally model brings even more off-road prowess to the table with its Ricky Brabec-inspired equipment package for riders looking to do some actual trailblazing/globetrotting work.

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2021 Yamaha Tricity 300

2021 Yamaha Tricity 300

Unconventional leaning capabilities give it handling on par with a sportbike

Yamaha bills its Tricity 300 as an all-new model that accommodates a wide range of riders, including those who are clawing their way through the tiered-license nightmare found in places like GB and the EU. In the Tricity, find comfort in the stability inherent in three-wheel rides while retaining that feeling of flight we get when we lean into a corner. Best of all, the cleaner engine meets Euro-5 emissions requirements and turns out a top speed that should accommodate travel on any and all public roads, plus it can be driven with a full B car license.

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2022 KTM RC390 and RC125 Revealed And They're Brilliant

2022 KTM RC390 and RC125 Revealed And They’re Brilliant

Significant Updates For the Baby Sports Bikes

KTM’s RC390 and RC125 have always punched well above their weight. Now, for 2022, both bikes receive significant upgrades, gaining new chassis and shedding a lot of weight along the way. Revised styling and, on the RC390, a full suite of electronics.

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2021 BMW G310R: Do The Upgrades Make Any Difference?

2021 BMW G310R: Do The Upgrades Make Any Difference?

Mildly tweaked but no great advances

The BMW G310R is a much better bike than its Indian origins suggest. It is very definitely a BMW, even though it plays in a segment where BMW have not played in before. For 2021, it has been updated, although you have to look closely to see the updates. It’s now Euro5 compliant, without losing any power or torque and there are detail differences here and there. BMW has chosen to leave pretty much well alone to keep the cost down while not detracting from the riding pleasure.

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2021 - 2022 Kawasaki KLX300

2021 - 2022 Kawasaki KLX300

Put this on your short list of zombie apocalypse bikes

Kawasaki put together its KLX300 model with dual-sport riders in mind and a definite bias for the off-road work. Suspension stroke and ground clearance point to a capacity for fairly rugged terrain, while the mirrors and full all-around lighting make it street legal. Whether you plan on proper adventure riding, or just want to forego the trailer action every time you want to hit your favorite trails, the KLX300 has you covered.

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2021 Piaggio Beverly

2021 Piaggio Beverly

Celebrating 20 years of Beverly with new bodywork, new suspension, and updated tech

Piaggio celebrates the 20-year anniversary of its very own urban legend, the Beverly scooter family. Billed as a crossover unit between the Urban Mobility and Gran Turismo categories, the new Beverly comes in a “300” and “400” model with new bodywork, updated suspension, all-around LED lighting, new saddle, and new hand controls. Both displacement sizes roll with new High Performance Engines (hpe) that sport a Euro-5 emissions rating and a keyless ignition feature.

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2021 Piaggio MP3 300 hpe

2021 Piaggio MP3 300 hpe

Piaggio’s entry-level leaning-trike scooter

Piaggio’s littlest MP3 – the 300 hpe Euro 5 – serves as the entry-level model for its groundbreaking leaning-trike scooter family. Able to be driven with a B license, the “300” brings all of the stability and safety of the larger models to the table in a compact package that’s all about urban mobility. Practical and relatively safe compared to two-wheeled machines, the MP3 carries itself with dignity and grace with a business-like mien that is sure to appeal to urban professionals and students alike.

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Is There A KTM RC390 Mini Supersports Bike On Its Way

Is There A KTM RC390 Mini Supersports Bike On Its Way

Leaked Shots Show Updated Version

KTM’s RC390 has always flown under the radar, being overshadowed by the company’s larger and brutal naked sports bikes. But it still remains KTM’s biggest-capacity faired sports bike. Not that it should be seen as anything other than a brilliant motorcycle in its own right, with 44bhp in a featherweight chassis. New Euro5 emissions regulations mean that the new model is unlikely to have more power but, crucially, won’t have lost any, either.

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