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Ducati unveils airbag option for Multistrada

Tony Hoare, 17 April 2014 16:43

Ducati project engineer Paolo Versari demonstrated the airbag with a trial firing at the press conference at the company’s factory in Bologna, Italy Ducati has unveiled the first rider airbag to be integrated into a motorcycle. Ducati’s Multistrada S Touring D-Air model is loaded with sensors and an extra ECU to analyse the sensor data and fire an airbag worn ...

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Competition: Win GB Racing engine protection

Tony Hoare, 23 January 2014 11:25

British engine crash protection firm GB Racing has been awarded worldwide approval by the FIM, motorcycle racing’s world governing body – and is celebrating by offering motorcyclenews.com readers a chance to win a set of its top-spec engine covers. We have three sets of engine crash protection to give away to readers who click on the link below and enter ...

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Staff Blog: Natural order restored

Tony Hoare, 27 November 2013 09:54

I thought I was done for winter. After a couple of weeks on holiday I’d not got back into the habit of riding to work every day, thanks to my insistence that I would only ride when I wanted to, not because I felt I needed to. There’s also my reluctance to get the Triumph coated in winter cack as ...

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Staff Blog: Filthy Street

Tony Hoare, 13 May 2013 10:30

I’d forgotten how dirty a minimalistic bike like the Street Triple R can get. I was caught out in a rain storm yesterday and within half an hour the Triumph looked like it had been taken down a farm track, which it hadn’t. The ride was on A-roads, but the level of filth on the back end was incredible.   ...

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Staff Blog: A bundle of fizzing fun

Tony Hoare, 06 May 2013 18:00

Two weeks in to ownership of the Street Triple R and I'm cementing the bond with the bike. I'm remembering the little joys of owning a Triumph, like the braided steel brake hoses and tyre valves mounted at 90 degrees to the wheel rims. I'm also remembering some of the niggles, like instrument menus that have the ability to tie me up in knots ...

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