A small box that serves as a GPS Tracker that can be fitted stealthily to your motorcycle. This GPS Tracker can help you to locate your bike in the event of theft. Not just that, you can also monitor where is your bike is being taken if you were to borrow it to your friend, your kids, your brother etc. There is a SIM card slot in the box and also battery so that this GPS Tracker is actually self-powered and self-tracking (means that it doesn’t not need to connect to specific server). It can uses GSM and GPS system for its tracking. Continue reading “GPS Tracker to track your motorcycle for extra security – RM259”
Ducati announces the brand new Monster 821, a mid-size entry for the third generation of the iconic naked model and the latest chapter in the Bologna-built motorcycle’s famous story. Underlining Ducati’s strong association to the Bologna region, the company has chosen to release the first images of the new model portrayed in typical Bolognese ambience. Following the successful unveiling of the new generation Monster 1200 at the Milan International Motorcycle show in November, Ducati now introduces the Monster 821, a mid-size version of the exciting new model and the latest entry to the world of Monster. Continue reading “2014 Ducati Monster 821 announced – mid-size 112hp water-cooled 821cc Testastretta 11° power”
The aspirations of BMW Motorrad with regard to future generations of boxer-powered roadsters take concrete, emotionally charged shape at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este 2014 in the form of the BMW Concept Roadster. Last year BMW Motorrad presented the BMW Concept Ninety here – a modern interpretation of a classic BMW motorcycle with boxer engine that demonstrated just how emotional a retrospective on 90 years of BMW Motorrad can be. “By contrast, the contemporary emotional appeal of the BMW Concept Roadster shows that, as far as BMW is concerned, motorcycling is much more than just perfect function,” explains Edgar Heinrich, Head of BMW Motorrad Design.
Classic values interpreted in modern style.
The BMW Concept Roadster is a typical BMW roadster with a powerful 2-cylinder boxer engine, single-sided swing arm with cardan drive and a light tubular space frame. It interprets these classic elements in the most state-of-the-art, dynamic form. “The BMW Concept Roadster is exciting to look and at least as exciting to ride,” says Ola Stenegard, Head of Vehicle Design BMW Motorrad, of the BMW Concept Roadster. Continue reading “2014 BMW “Concept Roadster” – BMW Roadster Revolution for the world to take notice”
Finally the awaited Kawasaki Ninja 250SL has breaks cover in Sepang for its launch. Ninja 250SL comes with 250cc single-cylinder DOHC 4-valve engine. SL refers to the acronym of Super Light that is seemingly correct since the curb mass is 151kg. This is 17kg lighter than the Ninja 250 2-cylinder.
Power extracted by Ninja 250SL is 28hp at 9,700RPM and torque at 22.6Nm at 8,200RPM.
Only yellow and lime green colour are available for now.
GE Honda Aero Engines accomplished a major milestone with the delivery of the first shipset of HF120 production engines to Honda Aircraft Company.
“The delivery of these first set of engines is a significant milestone for the HF120 program and reinforces our continuous support for our customer.” said Terry Sharp, president of GE Honda Aero Engines. “The HF120 is now in full production at GE’s Lynn facility. Significant planning activity is underway to enable smooth transitioning to the Honda Aero facility in Burlington, North Carolina, before year end.”
In 1998, Yamaha Motor launched its new flagship supersport model YZF-R1 (1,000cc), which won acclaim for its exciting performance on winding roads, thanks to the combination of its high-performance engine and lightweight frame. Since then, Yamaha Motor continued its expansion of the YZF-R series through the launch of YZF-R6 (600cc) and YZF-R7 (750cc). And in 2008, YZF-R15 (150cc) and YZF-R125 (125cc) were introduced to India and Europe respectively. The new YZF-R25 is developed not only for the Indonesian market where the popularity of sports models has been increasing, but also as a 250cc supersports model to cater for the global market. Continue reading “Gallery: 2014 Yamaha YZF-R25 – a superbike you can ride everyday”
2014 Yamaha YZF-R25 has been unveiled officially in Indonesia for its world premiere. It is a very interesting bike and focuses on the performance which is exactly what Yamaha should do and they do deliver. It comes in 3 colour choices that is Diablo Red, Racing Blue and Predator Black. That Racing Blue version really reminds me of the livery of the YZR-M1 that is being used currently in MotoGP 2014.
As I told you earlier this is an interesting bike. I love this bike as soon as I know the official specs. It delivers 36PS (35.5hp, 26.5kW) at 12,000RPM with torque rated at 22.1Nm at 10,000RPM. This is definitely one of the highest power rating for a 250cc bike compared to currently available in the market. As a comparison, look at these numbers: 2011 Kawasaki Ninja 250 2-cylinder is at 32hp, 2011 Naza Blade 250 V-Twin 2-cylinder at 28.8hp and YZF-R25 only lower than 1998 Kawasaki ZX250R 4-inline at 45hp (this one higher la cause 4-inline, I put here to compare only la bro). Continue reading “2014 Yamaha YZF-R25 Officially Unveiled in Indonesia – 2-inline DOHC 8-valve 36PS 250cc power – Rp 53million (RM14,893.00)”