Here’s A Chance To Get Your Hand’s On A Pristine ‘97 Honda CBR900RR
Honda’s CBR moniker is an important one for the Japanese bikemaker and has birthed some truly game-changing motorcycles. One such motorcycle was the Honda CBR900RR, which went on sale from 1992 to 2003, serving as the base for the now-flagship CBR1000RR FireBlade. Looking for a pristine CBR900RR to bless your garage? Lucky for you, there’s one available at BringATrailer going for no reserve. Here are all of its details.
A Custom Harley Forty-Eight That’ll Turn Heads No Matter Where It Goes
When a hardcore biker thinks of Japan, brands like Suzuki, Honda, and Yamaha come to mind. But not many know that Japan is actually home to several super-talented custom bikemakers as well.
One such shop is Bad Land which has as many as 150 (!) custom Harley builds under its belt. Today, we’re featuring the 90th motorcycle that was worked on by the bikemaker, a super-sexy Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight, dubbed Dark Side.
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Explained: The Five Most Popular Types Of Motorcycle Frames
When talking motorcycles, the most commonly noted aspects that are touched upon are stuff like horsepower, torque, 0-60mph times, and cubic capacity, and we’re guilty of it too. What goes overlooked, though, is perhaps one of the most key components that holds the entire motorcycle together - the chassis, also known as the frame.
Contrary to what you may think (and we thought at some point too), the frame isn’t just a metal piece built to hold everything together but it plays a pivotal role in defining the bike’s characteristics, which is why over the years, manufacturers have ventured into the depths of physics and chemistry to create different kinds of frames.
Want a lowdown on them? Lucky for you, here’s a guide on the five most common types of motorcycle chassis.
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Engineering Wonder: Home Built 10-Cylinder Radial Two-Stroke!
A home-built, 10-cylinder radial Twin-Star two-stroke engine would be impressive if it came from an established manufacturer but when it comes from the home workshop of a Czech motorcycle enthusiast, it’s off-the-scale impressive. And he even builds the rest of the motorcycle as well.
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2021 - 2023 Kawasaki KLX300
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.
2022 Honda CBR500R
Honda hit its CBR500R with a whole battery of tweaks and improvements for MY2022 that go far beyond the cursory BNG treatment that frequently marks “updated” models. The frame rocks a new lighter swingarm assembly with re-tuned flexion baked right in. Showa provides their SFF-BP stems up front along with a weight shift forward to improve the front contact patch integrity. Tuned-up fuel injection delivers more of what the factory calls “torque feel and character” to complete the major improvements over the 2021 model.
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2018 - 2022 Kawasaki Ninja 400
Kawasaki took the next step in the struggle to find that perfect balance between displacement, performance, and affordability with the new-from-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.
2022 Honda CB500F
Honda extends the shelf life of its naked-streetfighter middleweight hitting its CB500F with a battery of new improvements. Powerful new LED lights join with new suspension components and a reworked swingarm assembly. Plus, a handful of weight-saving measures lighten the load and shift the balance point even further forward for sharper handling.
2022 Harley-Davidson Road Glide ST
Harley-Davidson cultivates the “performance bagger” build within its Grand American Touring ranks with its new-for-2022 Road Glide ST. This is the fixed-fairing sibling of the Street Glide ST, and it rocks much of the same yummygoodness with the powerful Milwaukee-Eight 117 to push it all down the road. Infotainment and luggage come stock, but the factory holds its cornering-sensitive rider aids in reserve as part of the optional gear package.