2013 Honda Zoomer X 110 – fuel-efficient tough scooter in Thailand launched

September 6th, 2012 11:58 pm by

Riders in Thailand get to see this newly launched fuel-efficient tough scooter named Honda Zoomer X. Look closely to the picture above and you can see the upside down fork equipped front fork which is rather unusual for scooter for this category. The wheel are 12-inch with tubeless tyre for less hassle maintanance.  Read the rest of this entry »

2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300 leaked on EPA (UPDATED)

September 4th, 2012 10:46 pm by

Kawasaki is getting more aggressive in winning riders and enthusiasts of motorcycle by introducing more and more interesting and important model to the world. The latest news is the leaked information about the 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300 which is might be coming soon in Europe, Canada and America.The bike will feature 296cc for maximum output of 40hp from its twin-cylinder twin-butterfly valve fuel-injected engine. Looking at the above picture from AsphalatandRubber, I’m not sure whether it refers to the Ninja 300 or not since it is looking identical to the Ninja 250R. Confirmed, it is Ninja 300 picture as released by motoblog.it. Read the rest of this entry »

Modified Kawasaki ER6 2013 – let the good times roll

September 4th, 2012 10:20 pm by

Cheap to buy, easy to modified. The recipe for a great tuner’s bike.

via: Streeter6

 

2013 Kawasaki Z800 – the Z750 replacement first images leaked

September 4th, 2012 6:56 am by

After the leaked images of the Kawasaki Ninja 250R which is absolutely beautiful and desirable, Kawasaki has up the ante with the new leaked images of the Kawasaki Z750 replacement, the Z800. The design of the Z800 retain the naked look with sharp lines and double ‘squinting eye’ headlight. It looks Japanese enough in terms of styling. The replacement bike get another 50cc upgrade for better power and torque. There are several competitors in 800cc category namely the popular BMW F800GS and Triumph Tiger 800, but very few from Japanese. So, this Z800 might be one of the best seller from Kawasaki soon. Check out 5 more pictures in the gallery:   Read the rest of this entry »

NeilPryde Bikes Bayamo & Bayamo+ with cutting-edge technology created by BMW Group DesignworksUSA

September 1st, 2012 12:37 pm by

Munich/Shanghai. To meet the rigorous demands of time trial athletes, NeilPryde Bikes is introducing the new Bayamo and Bayamo+, the third line of frames created through the ongoing partnership with BMW Group DesignworksUSA’s team in Asia. Bayamo joins the Alize and Diablo high performance road bikes that were launched to high acclaim in 2010, and signified NeilPryde’s first entries to the biking segment. The Bayamo shares its name with a fierce Caribbean coastal wind, referencing both NeilPryde’s roots in sailing and windsurfing and also the fighting spirit of the athletes that will pilot this bike to victory.

“DesignworksUSA drew upon NeilPryde’s legendary sense of adventure and competition in marine sports to help create their first bikes, the Alize and Diablo”, says Laurenz Schaffer, President BMW Group DesignworksUSA.“Now Bayamo adds a time trial athlete to the growing product family, bringing NeilPryde Bikes’ design DNA together with cutting edge approaches to achieve light weight, high strength and wind-cheating aerodynamics”, Schaffer concludes.

High-modulus, unidirectional C6.7 carbon fiber comprises the Bayamo’s frame, providing an incredibly strong yet extremely lightweight foundation for the bike. This dichotomy is echoed by the frame’s profile, which appears substantial and flat from the side yet thin and light when viewed from the front or rear. Aerodynamic efficiency is critical for the time-trial cyclist, and NeilPryde’s computational fluid dynamic analysis and wind tunnel testing shaped the character lines along the Bayamo’s frame together with its distinct “Kamm” tail at the rear. All drivetrain and shifting cables are routed internally within the frame, further advancing both the aesthetics and aerodynamics of the Bayamo. While the unique and elegant dropout mechanism, exclusive to Bayamo, enables precise positioning of the rear wheel. Bayamo also benefits from a graphics package created by DesignworksUSA.  Read the rest of this entry »