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Enjoy Working on Your Bike? Not for much longer!

Enjoy Working on Your Bike? Not for much longer!

Zero’s latest tech allows you to virtually change your motorcycle into another!

The days of the spanner are numbered! The latest Zero electric motorcycles can unlock more power, quicker charging times and even heated grips simply with your cellphone.

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Want the Best Looking Bike At EICMA? This Just Could Be It

Want the Best Looking Bike At EICMA? This Just Could Be It

Magni Italia is an MV Agusta-engined Beauty

Echoing the wailing three-cylinder MV Agusta race bikes of the early 1970s, the Magni Italia is also a tribute to Arturo Magni, MV’s legendary race team manager during the team’s successful period in GP racing in the ’60s and ’70s.

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Honda Will Revive the Legendary Hornet Name for New Line of Naked Sports Bikes

Honda Will Revive the Legendary Hornet Name for New Line of Naked Sports Bikes

Name last seen in 2013 set for return

The Honda Hornet (called the 599 in the U.S. and CB600F in the UK) was a much-loved middleweight naked sports bike. A recent reveal at the EICMA show in Italy confirms that the name - and the bike concept - is set to make a return.

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Voxan Wattman: Strange Name, Blistering Speed

Voxan Wattman: Strange Name, Blistering Speed

Electric Record Breaker Aiming for more records

After setting eleven world records in 2020, Voxan has continued developing the Wattman electric record motorcycle and will try for more records with ex-MotoGP star Max Biaggi at the helm once again.

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Aprilia Flies the American Flag on New Limited Edition RS660

Aprilia Flies the American Flag on New Limited Edition RS660

US racing success inspires new paint job

They may be relatively new models, but Aprilia has seen fit to tweak the 660cc models, the Tuono and RS, upgrading the former to Factory specification and the latter gets a limited edition version with a Stars and Stripes paint job.

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Break Out the Flares and Platform Soles: The British Bike Industry of the 1970s Is Back

Break Out the Flares and Platform Soles: The British Bike Industry of the 1970s Is Back

Return of the iconic brand completes the triangle

Indian automotive company Mahindra has announced that it is to revive the BSA brand, via its subsidiary Classic Legends, which has already revived the Jawa name.

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MotoGP To Get Its Own Amazon Prime TV Series

MotoGP To Get Its Own Amazon Prime TV Series

if You liked Formula 1: Drive to Survive, you’ll love this

New series will go behind the scenes of the 2021 MotoGP season in much the same way Formula 1: Drive to Survive did, showing the teams, warts and all.

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2022 KTM 1290 Super Duke GT Upgrades Create A Long Distance Beast

2022 KTM 1290 Super Duke GT Upgrades Create A Long Distance Beast

Touring has never been this exciting

The 2022 KTM 1290 Super Duke GT continues its reign as the maddest sports tourer out there. Upgrades to running gear and electronics but misses out on radar-assisted cruise control.

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Bimota KB4 Is a Carbon-Clothed Retro Beauty

Bimota KB4 Is a Carbon-Clothed Retro Beauty

Kawasaki-engined sports bike is the 1970s brought right up to date

The second Kawasaki-engined Bimota is a retro-styled beauty of a bike. 140bhp engine from the Ninja 1000SX in a bespoke chassis, clothed in carbon bodywork with full suite of Kawasaki electronics.

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Moto Guzzi Screams Into The 21st Century

Moto Guzzi Screams Into The 21st Century

V100 Mandello The Most Modern Guzzi Yet

Moto Guzzi finally embraces liquid-cooling for its venerable transverse v-twin along with world-first aerodynamic bodywork and sophisticated electronics.

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This Is Like No Royal Enfield You've Ever Seen

This Is Like No Royal Enfield You’ve Ever Seen

Concept shows possible new direction for world’s oldest manufacturer

Design concept shows possible new direction for Royal Enfield, radically different to where they are now!

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Yamaha Aiming For Dirt Glory With New Ténéré 700 Raid Prototype

Yamaha Aiming For Dirt Glory With New Ténéré 700 Raid Prototype

New Hard Core Version of the Standard Ténéré 700

Yamaha goes hard core with the Ténéré 700 Raid Prototype. Detail changes to suspension, cooling and a full complement of rally equipment is included. Not for sale to the public at the moment, but will that change?

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