Ducati Malaysia (Next Bike Sdn Bhd) told the tale of a new Monster as it launched the 796 Corse Stripe at Ducati Centre Petaling Jaya today.
The latest incarnation of the Monster series combines the user-friendliness of the 696 with the sporty nature of the 1100 and brings the magic of the mid-range back to the Monster family.
“Still a roaring success more than 20 years after its sensational debut at the Cologne Motorcycle Show back in 1992, the Monster range continues to captivate motorcyclists across the globe with its subtle evolution. The 796 is a refined and sophisticated machine which boasts the unmistakable Monster style and has become the new ‘urban icon’ of hand built Italian naked motorcycles,“ said Datuk Wira SM Faisal Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin, NAZA Group of Companies Joint Group Executive Chairman.
Present at the event were En Nik Danial Nik Mahmood, Vice President of NAZA Two Wheels Division and Mr. CW Juan, General Manager of Next Bike Sdn Bhd.
“This mid-sized Monster is bound to become a new favourite amongst Malaysian riders and we estimate that this model will contribute 35% of Ducati’s sales for 2014. Available to the local market as Completely Knocked Down (CKD) units from Thailand, the Monster 796 Corse Stripe offers exceptional value for the price of RM63,888 (net selling price),” stated Datuk Wira SM Faisal. Continue reading “Ducati Malaysia introduces Monster 796 Corse Stripe – RM63,888 (basic)”
A beautiful piece of concept artwork from Old Empire Motorcycle (OEM) for a Cafe Racer named Lightning. Featuring a low stance and slim body based from Yamaha. Timeless and making the cafe racer still relevant to this day.
Kawasaki H2 has begin its life in 1972 fitted with 750cc 3-cylinder 2-stroke air-cooled engine that maxes out 74 hp at 6,800RPM. It has been hailed as the ‘The Wheelie King’ because of the handling character that makes it wheelie-happy.
Properly modified as pictured above, the ‘Kamikaze’ decals suits it nicely since it was the era of Kawasaki bringing the ‘scarily fast, good-looking and no holds barred motorcycles’.
via: https://www.facebook.com/cmcmotorcycles and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kawasaki_H2_Mach_IV
Caterham Group has launched its first ever motorcycle division – Caterham Bikes – at the International Motorcycle Exhibition (EICMA) in Milan.
Three prototype products – the Brutus 750 (dubbed the ‘SUV of motorcycles’), Classic E-Bike (an all-electric, bike with retro styling) and the Carbon E-Bike (a premium electric bike inspired by F1 technology) – have been unveiled for launch throughout 2014 as part of the Group’s strategy of growth through intelligent partnerships. Continue reading “Caterham Group Launches Motorcycle Division”
The maxi scooter from Honda, the Integra has been updated with this new livery of tricolor. The engine also has been improved in terms of capacity that are now 750cc that gives the improvement in more power and torque. Fuel consumption are also said to be improved even with the engine that has increased in capacity.
With an engine derived from the awesome GSX-R750 and a chassis developed from Suzuki’s street-fighter heritage, the Suzuki GSR750 is a machine that combines dynamic styling and performance with an exhilarating and sporty ride. Not only does it look good from nose to tail, but it has an impressive specification to go with its visual appeal. The GSR750 is a machine that Suzuki’s engineers have tuned to produce broad low-end torque and dynamic mid-range power for strong acceleration and unmatched throttle response to give you a genuinely exciting ride. With its sporty handling and riding position, the Suzuki GSR750 gives an involved experience, as well as being designed to enhance comfort so that a wider range of riders can confidently get their feet on the floor. This is a truly unique machine that will deliver on many levels. Continue reading “Suzuki GSR750 ABS – derived from GSX-R750 – RM65k OTR”
1980-1990 is the era when most of the beautiful bikes are made, in my opinion. Take this Honda RC30 for example. It doesn’t looks old and the HRC livery still looks as ever before. The double round headlight makes it look odd but nevertheless still beautiful. It carries the popular single-sided elf-Honda ProArm swing arm for that aggressive and racy stance. Continue reading “1990 Honda VFR750R V4 RC30 HRC”