BOSCH Motorcycle Stability Control – Improved Safety On Two Wheels


Bosch has developed motorcycle stability control (MSC), the first brake control system for motorcycles to ensure the best possible stability in all riding situations. It supports the biker during both braking and accelerating, and while riding straight as well as while cornering. The motorcycle’s handling – and thus all the pleasure of riding – remains unchanged. The system will already be available at the end of 2013 with the KTM 1190 Adventure and 1190 Adventure R 2014 models.

“Almost one in two fatal motorcycle accidents occurs in a bend,” says Gerhard Steiger, president of the Bosch Chassis Systems Control division. “The Bosch MSC motorcycle stability control can help further reduce the number of accidents.” In 2010, more than 5,000 motorcyclists died in road accidents in Europe alone. Studies show that ABS on its own can prevent around one-quarter of all motorcycle accidents that lead to injury or death. The new stability control will increase this number even further.  Continue reading “BOSCH Motorcycle Stability Control – Improved Safety On Two Wheels”

2014 Shark Helmet

SHARK S900-C Foret Mat KBW

SHARK Helmets has released five brand new colours just months before launching the 2014 collection. The five ‘Avant Premiere’ helmets include two race replicas on the popular S900-C and S700-S models, as well as new colours on the S700-S, Evoline3 and SHARK Raw.

The first race replica is of World Supersport rider and Frenchman Fabien Foret –S900-C Foret Mat KBW. The S900-C is one of SHARK’s helmets that feature an air pump that inflates the cheek pads to ensure a perfect fit. The Foret replica is available priced at £209.99.  Continue reading “2014 Shark Helmet”

Casey Stoner RC213V MotoGP and Production Racer Machine Test Report – two supersports tested

MotoGP Production Racer a.k.a RCV 1000

Casey Stoner tested the Honda RC213V works machine currently racing in the MotoGP class, and the “MotoGP Production Racer” (tentative) on Thursday, October 3 as part of Honda’s development tests at the Twin Ring Motegi Circuit in Tochigi, Japan. Stoner won his second career title with Honda in 2011, and decided to retire at the end of 2012. Since then, he has been racing in the V8 Supercars series, a car racing in Australia. Stoner has returned to Honda as a test rider, working on the evolution of the current RC213V since August.  Continue reading “Casey Stoner RC213V MotoGP and Production Racer Machine Test Report – two supersports tested”

Honda RCV 1000 to be unveiled in EICMA?


It has been a year since we heard this news, but this is not just rumors as Casey Stoner has been invited to test the prototype at Motegi, Japan and has been released by Honda press update. This is as I said again, a serious bike for serious biker with serious amount of money as this MotoGP derived RCV1000 will cost as much as 100,000 euro. This Honda RCV 1000 will be a limited edition and in another category of supersport other than the Honda CBR1000RR.

Will it be unveiled in EICMA 2013?


2014 KTM Duke 390 is coming soon to Malaysia


If this image of an ads of to be believed, the KTM Duke 390 is about to come to our shore soon. The price is estimated at RM2Xk. This bike will be a powerful variant compared to the Duke 200 for more riding enjoyment at 43hp. The styling of KTM is always radical, different and muscular compared to other makes. This Austrian company really knows the essence of biking.