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New Rieju RS3 tested

Pierre Galpin, 12 August 2010 15:09

If this bike had been about when I was 16 I would happily have sold my parents for it. The new Rieju RS3 50cc, with a design clearly inspired by the 2009 Yamaha R1, has everything to make budding motorcyclists happy. Compared to its predecessor the RS2, the RS3 is more modern, slimmer and better equipped. The bike retains the ...

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Video: Worst bike ad ever?

Pierre Galpin, 12 August 2010 09:38

Honda just released this video advertising its 2010 Hunk (non-UK) model. Aimed at the Indian market, it’s a “muscular” 150cc equipped with a rear disc brake, tubeless tyres, a digital dashboard and LED taillights of all things. Enjoy!

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Video: 2011 Husqvarna 449TC and 449TE in action

Pierre Galpin, 30 July 2010 16:15

Husqvarna has released an official video of the 2011 449 TC and 449 TE models. The 2011 449s receive Kayaba suspension, new handlebars with handguards, both engine and chassis shockproof plastic guards, rear mudguards with incorporated racing number plate holder and led rear lights. They are also equipped with full Akrapovic exhaust systems and Brembo brakes with floating calipers. The ...

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New Husqvarna TE250, TC250 and TE310 for 2011

Pierre Galpin, 22 July 2010 15:34

Swedish firm Husqvarna has launched new versions of its TE250, TE310 and TC250 models. The three bikes receive new reinforced frames, new hubs, new exhaust pipes with heat protectors, waterproof spark plug covers, and crank-case with steel frame sockets.  Each model also receives specific changes too. The TC250 is equipped with battery-less fuel injection, new camshaft intake phasing and a ...

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65 infringements and only a £650 fine

Pierre Galpin, 12 July 2010 16:56

A French rider who committed 65 traffic offences in 50 minutes has got away with a £650 fine after the judge ruled police should not have looked at the onboard video he was recording at the time. The unnamed Triumph 675 rider – whose bike will also be impounded until Christmas – reached speeds of 115mph in a 55-limit before ...

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The Hartside Café hosts Kawasaki test bikes on Sunday

Pierre Galpin, 09 July 2010 13:25

The Hartside Café in Alston, Cumbria, will host the whole Kawasaki test bike fleet this Sunday. Throughout the day the current and potential new Kawasaki owners can have a go on the machines that interest them, assisted by the local bikesafe team.  According to Catherine Gonzalez from Kawasaki, the tour is the THE place to get a ride on Kawasakis not normally offered as test ride bikes. ...


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