Not a sports bike, but definitely not a cruiser either …[video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyEYlDj2d14 autoplay:0 width:450]
Honda has chosen the Milan REICMA Show to unveil its protoype road bike modeled on the Moto GP race bike, and it’s certainly shaking up the industry! The working prototype has a full carbon fibre skin and was shown off in Milan by Moto GP champ Marc Marquez.
If you thought the 2013 Kawasaki Ninja was quick, prepare to be amazed! The new Ninja H2 claims 1-100 km/hour in less than 2.5 seconds!! Now that’s bloody quick! In fact it’s about as quick as a Formula 1 race car!
Hossstyle Cycles is the only builder of v8 road registered motorcycles in Australia. They are based in Oakdale, near Campbelltown. NSW.
Hossstyle Cycles merges a car with a bike, with a car v8 engine put into a motorcycle that looks like a Harley Davidson, but with lots more under the bonnet, so to speak.
Honda’s newest off shoot of the top selling VT750 Shadow Cruiser has rolled into town.
The VT750S offers the same six-valve liquid-cooled twin-cylinder engine as the Shadow, whilst offering a more casual yet classic roadster look.
The highly anticipated CB1100F is set to hit Australia this month with fans lining up to get their hands on the latest release in this universally loved lineage of motorcycles.
As an ode to the much loved Honda CB750 Four, all round function, combined with easy performance and heritage styling mark the distinguishing characteristics of the new CB1100F.
The 2010 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R was recently road-tested by Kevin Duke at Motorcycle.com … this is what he had to say about it.
Kawasaki’s ZX-10R has always been one of the most lively and animalistic literbikes of the bunch. These qualities define the big Ninja, for both good and bad. For the 2010 model year, Team Green has made a few subtle refinements to the 10R, although its fundamental mechanical bits are unchanged.
Long and low, with a no-nonsense attitude and the performance to back it up, the new Honda VT1300CR is a motorcycle that grabs attention and won't let go.
The VT1300CR blends two worlds of motorcycling style: traditional looks plus progressive elements.
Knowing that it's a Honda means every customer benefits from the standard-setting quality and reliability for which the manufacturer is world renowned.
The Honda VFR1200FA has hit Australian shores, and whilst its V4 heritage may be patently obvious, the reality is that this machine far surpasses anything that has gone before.
And knowing that it's a Honda , with all the standard-setting quality and reliability for which the manufacturer is world renowned means this model is sure to set the new benchmark for its class.