2006 Valentino Rossi YZR-M1

August 23rd, 2012 6:37 pm by

After the Rossi departure from Ducati to Yamaha for 2013-14 season, suddenly this YZR-M1 is looking good again.

More high resolution pictures can be found at AsphaltandRubber

Boon Siew Honda Releases the CBR1000RR(RM95,900-107,600) and CRF250L (RM22,688), available at all Impian Honda showrooms in August 2012

August 14th, 2012 6:52 pm by

Kuala Lumpur, 14th August 2012 – Boon Siew Honda brought in two new performance bikes – the new CBR1000RR Super Sports bike and the all-new CRF250L dual-purpose adventure bike. Both models will be available at all Impian Honda Showrooms. “These twin offerings will meet the diverse profiles of bike enthusiasts, with one machine for rough-and-tough use, and the other for a complete sense of control. One common denominator for these bikes is that each model is built upon the essence of realising dreams,” said Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Boon Siew Honda, Mr. Satoshi Okada.

The New CBR1000RR The superbike made for precision built handling, suitable for racetrack and regular riding The new CBR1000RR is made for bike aficionados who desire rides at exhilarating speeds, with maximum control. The new CBR1000RR embodies the principles of compact dimensions, a light and stylish frame and mass centralization. Whilst the CBR1000RR retains its powerful 999cc liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC inline 4-cylinder engine and new Programmed Dual Sequential Fuel Injection system (PGM-DSFI) make riding smoother and easy to maneuver. Its assisted slipper clutch feature increases chassis stability when decelerating and handling corners. New suspension settings mean smoother and more accurate response with Showa’s advanced Balance Free Rear Cushion that uses a double tube design. Its Big Piston Front Fork also uses Showa’s technology, reducing internal pressures for smoother damping and enhances stability during hard braking. Elegant 12-spoke cast aluminium wheels provide more consistent rigidity, working with the forks for improved handling. ¬† Read the rest of this entry »

Anti-heat Motorcycle Seat Cover – No more burn ass

August 13th, 2012 6:57 am by

I always wished that there is an anti-heat seat cover that is available for me to avoid the searing heat from the seat after the bike is being parked on hot day. Luckily, there is. This picture is being sent by Motorcycle Seat Cover FB in Thailand on our MotoMalaya FB page.

The material is good. It is made from polyester with 6mm thickness. No worry since this material is also water repellent. Indeed it is even breathable for that you’ll a cool feeling to your bottom. One more thing it comfortable since it is elastic and follow the contour of the bike seat and your butt. No more burn ass!

1986 Wood-Rotax SJ676 Grand Prix Racer – The World’s Fastest Single

August 12th, 2012 12:06 am by

Equipped with 676cc single-cylinder DOHC 4-valve engine with 71.8HP at the rear wheels driven by 6-speed close ratio gearbox and fed by 40mm carburetor makes it able to set the Formula Single at Willow Springs Raceway at 1:27.3, a record that is still stands today. Only sixteen is being built and this the number one in the production. You like?

via: Mid America Auctions via: Bike Exif

LTD, SGV and INDEX Helmet

August 11th, 2012 3:59 pm by

Some choices of helmet from Solid Gold Helmets. And did you know that AGV Bali helmet is made in the same factory here in Malaysia?