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New MV Agusta F4 R to cost £14,499

Dan Aspel, 06 October 2011 16:49

MV Agusta has just released details of the new 2012 F4 R Corsa Corta. A lower cost, lower-spec. alternative to the F4 RR, it will be priced at £14,499. The R’s engine is identical to the 998cc, short-stroke, four-cylinder unit carried by the £17,999 RR, but with a small drop in power from 201bhp to 195bhp. This is due to ...

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New titanium colour for 2012 Ducati Multistrada

Dan Aspel, 05 October 2011 16:11

The 2012 Ducati Multistrada will be available in a new "race titanium matte" colour scheme and carry an upgraded seat for next year’s riding season. The new colour option will include a "racing black" frame, while the seat has been lengthened for added comfort. The Multistrada will still be available in both red and white, and will come in the ...

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Staff bikes: KTM Duke 125 - Loading up the Duke

Dan Aspel, 28 September 2011 12:17

Fitting luggage on a KTM 125 Duke might seem as pointless as putting race slicks on a Suzuki Burgman, but if you’re a teenager who has the touring bug, you need to know your options. Too low powered and dinky to cope with hard panniers or a topbox, the Duke is limited to soft bags and bungee straps. With this ...

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Last of the Brit-built Broughs

Dan Aspel, 25 August 2011 09:39

This is the last British-built Brough Superior, and potentially the last example of what was once the most desirable marque in motorcycling. Produced by brothers Les and Dave Card, it was the final SS100-based machine created before rights to the brand were sold overseas. Powered by their own JAP-based engine - another old British marque inherited from their father Alec ...

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MV Agusta F3 “Serie Oro” revealed

Dan Aspel, 13 July 2011 17:20

MV Agusta’s top spec. “Serie Oro” edition of the upcoming F3 has been photographed for the first time. The exclusive special – rumoured to cost around £22,000 – will come with full Ohlins suspension, upgraded Brembo monoblock caliper brakes and an array of carbon decorations. Continuing the trend of MV “Gold” specials – seen in 1999 with the F4 and ...

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Video: Relentless short stories – Isle of Man TT

Dan Aspel, 01 July 2011 11:44

Road-riding sponsor Relentless has released the following video as part of its “Short Stories” film competition. A five-and-a-half minute tribute to the Isle of Man, the TT riders and fans, director Ross Casswell’s entry also features commentary from this year’s triple-podium placed Guy Martin. Relentless says the film: “has given us a stunning visual evocation of the sweeping landscape of ...

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Brammo starts European production

Dan Aspel, 29 June 2011 10:07

Electric motorcycle manufacturer Brammo has started production in Hungary, expanding its business into Europe for the first time. Production is taking place at the Flextronics facility in Sarvar and will include both the Enertia and Enertia Plus models. Brammo claims that the newly adapted production line will be capable of manufacturing 660 bikes per month. Supplying North American, European and ...

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Wanted: "Extraordinary Honda rider"

Dan Aspel, 29 June 2011 09:51

Honda is looking for "extraordinary" Honda owners to feature in a Channel 4 documentary short film. Hoping to celebrate the "interesting and innovative" ways in which people use their Hondas, the Japanese firm is on the lookout for "outlandish", "unexpected" and "daft" entries, the best of which will be selected for broadcast on Channel 4 and More 4. As Honda ...

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The amazing Hayabusa dirt trike

Dan Aspel, 03 June 2011 15:54

How do you go faster when you’re off-roading? Just add more BHP, right? This twisted logic is the basis for one of the oddest custom builds to surface on the internet yet: a GSX1300R Hayabusa dirt trike. The custom-built axle assembly is attached to a custom made drag-bike styled swingarm. To push the limits of sense and taste, it has ...

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Video: “Stay a hero, stay safe”

Dan Aspel, 26 May 2011 17:33

This new road safety video – released by the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership – is part of the group’s “Stay a hero, stay safe” campaign. The group claims that motorcycle accidents account for 25% of all accidents on Sussex roads. This campaign aims to reduce overall “killed or seriously injured” incidents by 40%. In contrast to most safety videos, “Stay ...

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