Bikini Girl On Motorcycle Wallpaper -- 2008 GSX-R750 and Hot Babe

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Bikini Girl On Motorcycle Wallpaper -- 2008 GSX-R750 and Hot Babe.
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Ducati Sales Up 3% for the First Six Months of 2014

Ducati Sales Up 3% for the First Six Months of 2014 Ducati Hypermotard SP burnout 635x423


Could 2014 be another record year of sales for Ducati? If the first six months are any indication, maybe so, as the Bologna brand has reported a 3% increase in sales thus far for the year.

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2014 EBR 1190RX First Ride Review



The RX’s basic architecture is as it was on the RS, meaning power comes courtesy of a 72° V-twin with roots that can be traced all the way back to the Buell 1125. Compared to the engine you Buell fanatics are familiar with, this powerplant has a larger bore, newer connecting rods, cylinders, and head design with changes to the porting and flow. It has bigger titanium valves, "but then the flow chambers were also changed so that we could get more horsepower and let it breathe more,” Stefanelli adds. On the RX, engine updates result in 102 ft-lb of torque, 185 horsepower, and a 12,000 rpm rev limiter.

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British speedway team through to world final

British fans cheer Tai Woffinden onto victory during the Monster Energy Speedway World Cup round at King's Lynn, Norfolk

Great Britain pulled off a surprise win on night one of the Monster Energy Speedway World Cup at King’s Lynn in Norfolk to qualify directly for next Saturday’s final in Bydgoszcz, Poland.

Led by world champion Tai Woffinden, but with solid back-up from his three British team-mates, the home team finished seven points clear of the Americans and eight clear of the Aussies, with the Italians trailing a massive 34 points behind Britain.

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Sidi ST Air Review | Competitive Protection, Street Comfort

Sidi ST Air Review | Competitive Protection, Street Comfort

Sidi ST Air Review
Strategically placed in Sidi’s boot lineup between the full-race Vortice and the slightly less aggressive Vertigo boot, the Sidi ST gives you competitive-style protection with a bit of street-friendly comfort. Sidi makes a perforated ST Air edition of the boots, and it is definitely that time of the year in Southern California.

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2015 Honda CRF250R—First Ride

2015 Honda CRF250R shot

Armed with an air fork, added power and a “magic button,” the new CRF250R is ready to roost.

With the economy clearly on the upswing, it appears that the days of BNG (bold new graphics) for new models are slowly fading away. Now that there’s more money available for R&D, manufactures are genuinely updating their new models, and the 2015 Honda CRF250R is a great example.

The changes begin with a new 49mm Showa Separate Function Fork. The Triple Air Chamber (SFF-Air) air spring is in the left fork tube; the damper mechanisms for compression and rebound are in the right.

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Beautiful Babe On Motorcycle Wallpaper -- 1980s CB1100R Girl

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Beautiful Babe On Motorcycle Wallpaper -- 1980s CB1100R Girl.
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Government launches motorcycle safety campaign


A radio campaign aimed at reducing the number of collisions at junctions between cars and motorcycles is launching today across the country.
 
The THINK! radio campaign encourages drivers to take longer to look for motorcyclists after figures revealed that 30 bikers are killed or injured every day at junctions, Road Safety Minister Robert Goodwill has announced.

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The First Full Photo of the Polaris Slingshot, Most Likely with a Front-Mounted Engine

The First Full Photo of the Polaris Slingshot, Most Likely with a Front-Mounted Engine
After 4 video teasers which we had to play almost frame by frame to capture some decent shots of the upcoming Polaris Slingshot, the first photo of the entire three-wheeler has made it to the surface. The quality of the photo is rather low, but it still offers enough information on how this reverse trike will look like.

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WSBK » EVO leader Salom undergoes surgery

EVO leader Salom undergoes surgery
EVO leader Salom undergoes surgery
World Superbike Championship EVO class leader David Salom has undergone surgery on his hand after the decision was taken to bring forward an operation to rectify an ongoing injury.

A former World Supersport Championship runner-up, Salom has shown impressive performance on the factory-prepared EVO-specification Kawasaki ZX-10R, scoring in all-but-one race so far this season with several class wins.

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Top 6 upcoming bike launches in 2014

Yamaha Honda Bajaj KTM Mahindra

Here we compile information on top 6 upcoming bike launches this year that will be worth waiting. List includes all-new motorcycles from popular manufacturers like Yamaha, Honda, KTM, Bajaj and Mahindra in the form of YZF R25, CBR 300R, RC 390, Pulsar 200 SS, Discover 150 S and Mojo 300 respectively.


Edition #26 of Ride Through Magazine available now

Edition 26 of Ride Through Magazine available now

The latest issue of Ride Through Magazine (#26) is out now, with the full version available to motogp.com VideoPass subscribers.

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Radial Brakes Explained

Radial Brakes Explained
Is there anything wrong with axial calipers?
There is one big answer to this question and it is NO. There is nothing wrong with axial-mount calipers. As I’ve already told you, the difference radial calipers make are smaller than most people with very little knowledge about this matter may believe.

Even more, brake system experts often say that casual riders are most likely to never notice the difference between using these two types of brakes, so refusing to buy a bargain bike only because it lacks the “modern radial brakes” is stupid. Believe it or not, such people exist and it’s more than often when they refuse exceptional deals because of this illusory feature.


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Honda CB350F Four-Into-Four Replacement Exhaust System | Review

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Honda CB350F Four-into-Four Replacement Exhaust System
In 1974 Honda was still rocking everybody’s world with their single overhead cam in-line four cylinder superbikes for the street. It all started with the CB750 in 1969 and later a 500 cc version was added and then, in 1972 the small-bore four CB350F.

The littlest in-line four Honda built for export to North America really wasn’t a superbike — but it had the look of a superbike. Mainly, it had that distinctive four-into-four exhaust system that told the world, “yeah—it’s a four!”

Even though it was easy prey for Yamaha’s road rocket RD350, it had something the super-quick Yamaha didn’t — an awesome exhaust note that made the ring-ding of a two-stroke seem as annoying as a mosquito in your ear.

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2015 Victory Magnum First Ride



Bright lights in a big city, high rollers and fat bank rolls, where fate is decided at the flip of a card, fantasies fulfilled and dreams shattered. Vegas, baby. No place like it.

The warm winds of the desert whispered Victory had a new bike to ride. Considering they were debuting it in the middle of the Mojave in July, visions of a liquid-cooled Victory danced in our head. We were reading the clues wrong.

Because this is a city where everything’s larger-than-life, where A-listers go to see and be seen, riding large and in charge. No, Victory Motorcycles had other plans. They call it the Magnum.

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