October 19th, 2012 12:25 pm by eddy
Honda just open a new site for the timeless CB1100 for all of us readers to understand the machine better. I personally like this bike with retro style but added with modern technology for more enjoyable ride. I think it is just perfect in the garage.
October 19th, 2012 12:07 pm by eddy
Looking good in orange and make a great mod if you own a Honda. This should make your bike looks like Honda Repsol team livery with the addition of this orange wheels. Since this is the original colour from the factory, it should have a perfect finish and last longer that being coloured by ourself. Read the rest of this entry »
October 19th, 2012 6:59 am by eddy
Yamaha Thailand has released a teaser about the facelifted Mio 125i in the Yamaha racing blue colour. It has been a couple of years of this bike launched in Thailand, this is the right time to have it updated. The headlight is no longer separated into double cluster, but a big one on the center of the bike like a ‘normal’ Ego. It is looking fresh. Some are saying that this new Mio features SSS or Side Stand Switch, which works by cutting of the engine power if you got the side stand pulled out. This small feature is a welcomed feature because I sometimes also forgot to pull in the side stand when riding my bike.
People in Indonesia too will get this upcoming bike, but as TMCBlog reported, there is only street spyshot without any name on the sticker yet. Check out more pictures after the jump: Read the rest of this entry »
October 18th, 2012 1:13 pm by eddy
Racing Boy has shown a teaser in their FB page about the upcoming new products that is the much awaited UMA Racing Digital Meter for Yamaha 135LC V2. Surprisingly, they also make one for the Honda EX-5 and this is a good move from RB. I don’t what is the price, but can be estimated at around RM480+.
What’s good about this digital meter is that it can read RPM up to 15,000 RPM. This is good for those who need to get an accurate reading of their engine crankshaft rotation for power tuning. There is also shift light that lit up when the RPM is in the optimum powerband. Other than that, it is just looking so cool!
Thanks to Roger Lau Jiu Yuan for the tips.
October 18th, 2012 1:01 pm by eddy
Yamaha Return to Sepang
Yamaha Factory Racing set up in Sepang this week straight from Japan for the middle of the three overseas back-to-back races, the Grand Prix of Malaysia. Championship leader Jorge Lorenzo arrives with a 28-point lead at the top of the standings after a strong second place finish at Motegi on Sunday. The Sepang circuit holds starkly contrasting connotations for Lorenzo, being the scene of his World Championship title in 2010 countered by the tragic passing of Marco Simoncelli in 2011.
Ben Spies moves to Sepang determined to complete the final three races of the season on a high note following a disastrous Grand Prix of Japan which saw him retire on the second lap with braking issues. Due to the cancellation of last year’s race Spies has only competed once at the Sepang circuit, taking an impressive fourth place finish from fourth on the grid in his rookie year. Read the rest of this entry »