Kayo MiniGP MR150 and 1Minimoto Challenge, Malaysia 2014 at Speedway PLUS Circuit

September 2nd, 2014 9:40 pm by

KayoMiniGP001Ever since the Kayo MiniGP MR150 made its way to Malaysia in August 2013, it has drawn the interest of motorcycle enthusiasts and professional riders across the nation. The bike may be a new face here on our local ground but MiniGP racing had started in the 90s being hugely popular in countries such as USA and Italy. Smaller in dimension, the MiniGP is specifically designed for Grand Prix racing, which makes it an ideal machine for riders to hone their skills on. Pitrides Motorsports, the company that introduced Kayo MiniGP to Malaysia, has received positive feedback from experienced racers and national riders who have tested the bike (http://malaysian-riders.com/2014/08/07/malaysian-moto2-riders-supportsthe-minigp/).  Read the rest of this entry »

Acerbis Sulby Flip-up Helmet Merdeka Promotion – RM250 (normal price RM1,300)

September 2nd, 2014 8:09 am by

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Flip-up helmet from Acerbis now available in Malaysia. Priced at RM1,300. The shell is made from ABS. The Anti scratch visor ensures maximum driving visibility. Internal sunshade is easily moveable thanks to the left hand side cursor. Anti-allergic, removable, breathable and washable inner lining. VENTURI effect ventilation.

Good news! In conjunction with the upcoming Malaysia National Day, MotoMalaya and Acerbis Malaysia has embarked on this memorable day.

The Acerbis Sulby Flip-up Helmet is now sold at a promotion price of RM250 each (Normal RRP: RM1,300 each). This promotion is only available from 30th August 2014 until 10th September 2014.
To get this amazing deal, PM their page at: https://www.facebook.com/acerbismalaysia?fref=ts or SMS 016-7211293 for more details with the following text, “I Read MotoMalaya.net”
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Round 12 British MotoGP: Marquez emerges victorious in spectacular Spanish duel at Silverstone – 1st Marquez, 2nd Lorenzo, 3rd Rossi

September 2nd, 2014 7:59 am by

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For the second consecutive year the British Grand Prix was the venue for a spectacular duel between Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez and Movistar Yamaha MotoGP’s Jorge Lorenzo, but this year it was Marquez who was the victor at Silverstone as the reigning World Champion beat his Spanish rival to the chequered flag.

The battle between Marquez and Lorenzo lasted almost the whole race and resulted in the winning race time being the quickest ever recorded at the Silverstone circuit. After trading the race lead a few times, Marquez managed to pull a small gap on the final lap to beat Lorenzo to the finish line by 0.732 seconds. On the other Movistar Yamaha MotoGP M1 Valentino Rossi was able to resist the challenge of Repsol Honda’s Dani Pedrosa and Ducati Team’s Andrea Dovizioso to take third place.  Read the rest of this entry »

Spyshot: Kawasaki ZX25RR or Next Ninja 250

August 31st, 2014 6:42 pm by

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There is a rumour that Kawasaki is preparing a new inline-4 engine with the capacity of 250cc. It has been a while since the era of ZXR 250 in 1998 that produces 45hp and a nice engine sound for the road in Malaysia. The spyshot above might be the inline-4 250cc ZX25RR or the next parallel twin 250cc next Ninja 250.
The side fairing show few differences compared to the current Ninja 250. It is said by tmcblog that the headlight might feature a much more slim headlight but still dual style.
It might be a while before we can know whether this can be real or not.

Via: tmcblog.com/2014/08/29/spy-shot-new-zx-25rr/

Translogic Data Display for Kawasaki Ninja 250 / Z250 – digital beauty at RM1,749

August 28th, 2014 10:36 am by

TranslogicNinja250Z250Translogic meter here provides all the data you ever need in front of you in beautiful blue illumination. One thing that made me interested to this Translogic meter is the big display of the gear on the center of the meter. It also got lap timer, battery voltage, clock, speedometer, shif light, digital temperature display and the usual RPM meter.  Read the rest of this entry »