Team Mugen has announced its assault on the TT Zero class of the 2015 Isle of Mann TT with the new Shinden Yon superbike. Represented by John McGuiness and Bruce Anstey, Team Mugen will attempt to defend the 2014 title of the mountain course on this fourth iteration of the electric superbike.
CEAT India has launched new range of Milaze tyres that has been developed specifically for two-wheelers in India.
Yamaha has unveiled a new addition to its sport heritage motorcycle range - the XV950 Racer. The XV950 Racer has been inspired by German designer Marcus Walz’ El Raton Asesino custome motorcycle and is expected to go sale in May, this year.
KTM has unveiled two new quarter-litre motorcycles at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show in Japan. Called Duke 250 and RC250, these motorcycles are powered by a downsized version of the 373cc engine, which are used in the Duke 390 and the RC390 motorcycles.
A picture of a new 125cc Yamaha commuter motorcycle called Saluto 125 has been leaked on the internet. The completely undisguised motorcycle seemed to be in its production-ready form and sported Yamaha branding on the front fairing, fuel tank and the side panel as well as ‘Saluto’ decal on the rear panels.
Earlier this month, MV Agusta officially unveiled the F4 RC homologation special motorcycle. Powered by a 998cc V4 engine, the motorcycle produces 212bhp with a race exhaust and 202.5bhp in its standard trim. The F4 RC is over 15 kilograms lighter than the standard MV Agusta F4, which can be attributed to the extensive use of carbon fibre and magnesium parts in the engine and other components. Painted in a WSBK livery, the F4 RC comes with a USD 46,000 (Rs 28.8 lakh) price tag. Check out the detailed picture gallery of the MV Agusta F4 RC here.
Looks like the top honchos at Yamaha love three-wheeler scooters. After adding the Tri-City in their production line-up, the company has shown more interest in this type of scooter, by unveiling two more scooter concepts codenamed – 03GEN-f and 03GEN-x.
The fourth edition of Royal Enfield’s Tour of Nepal is scheduled to be flagged off on April 26 from Lucknow. This ride will see 30 riders riding for almost 2,200 kilometres over 14 days in the land of Buddha and the legendary Gurkha warriors.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter today announced that it will expand the annual production capacity of its third two-wheeler production plant, which is currently under operation. This will take their annual production capacity to 6.4 million by 2016.
Yamaha Motor India has introduced the updated versions of the Alpha, Ray and Ray Z. These new variants get Yamaha’s patented Blue Core technology, which was first seen on the FZ FI.
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