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KTM 2010 Freeride eBike revealed

Pictures of KTM’s new Freeride electric motorcycle have been published in a German magazine despite the Austrian company restricting publishing. The Freeride eBike is expected to cost around £8900 and comes in either supermoto or dirt bike trim. Weighing in at 90kg the bike produces around 30bhp and 33ftlbs of torque. It has an expected run time of approximately 1.5 ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 23 March 2010

Honda CB1100 not coming to the UK

Honda UK have re-iterated their decision not to import the new CB1100 to the UK stating “it was not deemed that there would be sufficient demand across Europe to make the development and production of a European specification machine cost effective.” The new model was met with a lukewarm reaction by MCN readers, somewhat vindicating Honda’s decision not to import ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 12 March 2010

Ducati release Aspar MotoGP livery

Jorge Martinez’s MotoGP team officially released their 2010 livery today. The team, officially called ‘Paginas Amarillas Aspar Team’, revealed their yellow Desmosidici GP10 sponsored by the Spanish Yellow Pages. Other sponsors include Bancaja, the Spanish bank who sponsor Aspar’s 125cc efforts, and Playstation3. Last year’s runner-up in the 250cc class, Hector Barbera, will ride for the satellite team.

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 11 March 2010

BMW won’t make a naked S1000RR… yet

BMW have officially quashed rumours of a half-faired or naked edition of the new S1000RR. Rumours have been circulating on the internet of a stripped-down version of the class-leading superbike ever since its release last May. The S1000RR’s exceptional power, speed, handling and state-of-the-art electronics have shaken up the 1000cc class since it’s unveiling. BMW spokesman Scott Grimsdall said: “We’re ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 10 March 2010


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