Bimota DB7 Oronero

Saturday, December 26, 2009 at 5:44 AM

It is the first bike with carbon fiber frame with a light weight of 164Kg . Biomata has a speed of 295km/h but is very much expensive due to less weight, its estimated price is near about 52000 $.


Moto Guzzi Griso 1100

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In Italian, griso means "grayish," but here it's also a reference to a baddie in The Betrothed, a story set in the same area Moto Guzzis are produced. But, to be frank, Guzzi could also be a reference to the ominous financial environment surrounding the bike's initial development with the Aprilia group. Despite these potentially fatal shakeups, new Guzzi leadership forged ahead and the Griso was completed without outside help.

Deemed a "techno-custom" by the manufacturer, the Griso 1100 appropriately stands apart from the competition in its design. It also asserts Moto Guzzi is back and, it would seem, better than ever. Unlike other bikes in our feature, the Griso's motor is not new by any means. Though featuring tweaks and refinements, it still has strong ties to the powerplants used in the company's rides for the last four decades. Fortunately, it belies its age. Claimed horsepower is 88, accessible with decent throttle response. The broad torque band peaks at just 5,400 rpm, rated at 70-foot pounds.

Honda CBR1000RR

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If there's a sports bike equivalent to a Honda S2000 convertible, it could very well be the Honda CBR1000RR. By that, we mean the reliability and fun factors are high, and the bang for the buck is hard to beat. It's likely that the only drama of ownership would be seeing red and blue lights in your mirrors.

For 2006, Honda has restyled their largest-displacement CBR around their feared-and-revered MotoGP RC211V. As a result, the latest 1000RR boasts a lighter weight, better handling and even greater power than before. The redesigned skin is not a night-and-day difference from its predecessor, but it's nicely updated and offered in aggressive paint schemes that successfully stop short of looking tacky.

As for that bang-for-the-buck factor we mentioned, the new CBR1000RR is a steal with its base MSRP of $11,299 -- leaving enough in the bank for the tickets you'll invariably collect.

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14

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Anyone owning this updated Kawasaki will soon be paraphrasing Henny Youngman along the roadside: "Don't take my license, please." As those nice folks in suits remind us, your bike's muscle is best flexed on the track. But hey, we're only human. Pair that with the superhero limits of the Ninja ZX-14, and we can only wish you good luck controlling your throttle wrist.

Twisting the right grip puts the bike's rumored 200 horsepower (that's not a misprint) to work. To put it in greater perspective, that's half the horses of a new Corvette in a package 85% lighter. Can you say "power-to-weight ratio?"

Thrust is all well and good, but we appreciate a good-looking bike as much as the next guy. Thankfully, the ZX-14 doesn't let us down. Kawasaki wisely chose not to slather it with technicolor-paint options, choosing instead to enhance its appearance with smaller touches like integrated signals on the front and rear. Best of all, this understated design with overachiever power is yours for an MSRP of $11,499.

Ducati Paul Smart 1000LE

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Think old-school looks are just for Harleys? Well, one glance at the limited-edition Ducati Paul Smart 1000LE should provide sufficient evidence that retro designs can work for sports bikes too.

For the uninitiated, Paul Smart successfully raced Ducks back in the day and strengthened the image of the manufacturer. Paul Smart is to them what Carroll Shelby is to Ford and what Phil Hill is to Ferrari. Ducati is now paying homage to Smart's 1972 Imola victory by packing heaps of modern technology under a rendition of their classic 1970s 750SS.

That modern technology results in a bike with 92 horsepower and a commendable 67.3 foot pounds of torque, hitting its apex at just 6,000 rpm. It meets the road on spoke wheels, which Ducatis haven't worn for some time, but it's fitting here. And the result looks better than you might imagine. In fact, the whole theme is a hit with us. At a few bucks under 14 grand for the limited edition model, we suggest you race like Smart to your dealer if you want one in your garage.

Suzuki M1800R Intruder

Sunday, December 6, 2009 at 9:46 AM

Nobody makes huge American motorcycles with stupid names better than Harley Davidson. But Suzuki come pretty damn' close with this behemoth. I didn't get to ride the Intruder for very long, unfortunately, but it was long enough to come to a few conclusions. The engine is frankly staggering. It genuinely wouldn't be out of place in a car with the amount of torque ot produces, though that would be a waste. Mind you, if Suzuki were to put this engine into something like a B-King that would be hilarious. But I digress. The Intruder handles better than it has any right to, within the obvious limits of its size and style. After all, while you could imagine a large opera singer gliding elegantly across a ballroom, you'd hardly expect her to do hurdles, would you. Especially not in those heels. And so it is with the Intruder - treat it as the designer obviously intended and you'll be rewarded with a thoroughly pleasant experience, liberally peppered with broad smiles as the horizon gets rapidly reeled in while you remain cosseted and supremely comfortable. But get too far outside that fairly broad performance envelope and you'll be in a world of increasing workload and decreasing satisfaction as the available power quickly overwhelms the chassis, ground clearance and brakes.

The Intruder is a genuinely great motorbike which will forever suffer from not being "real." And that's just plain silly because as Mars said at the beginning it clearly is a real motorbike. And perhaps if you fancy trying a cruiser but your prejudices or preconceptions won't allow you to go to a Harley then this might be a fine place to start.

Harley Davidson Cross Bones

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Perhaps the title is a little eccentric, but in truth, so is this motorbike. Harley Davidson's Cross Bones is one of the latest in an eclectic range that seems to be getting as many possible variants out of the several base models they make, and as such it's more a styling exercise than anything else. But style, as you may have realised, is something that Harley Davidson do extremely well.

Harley Davidson have produced the standard model that looks close to what I would aspire to achieve by customisation. It is a magnificent piece of motorcycle art, beautifully finished and executed. Somehow as a motorcycle it fails to tick three of my four "what makes a bike any good" boxes in that it doesn't stop, handle or corner more than adequately, and even that's open to debate. Yet I really enjoyed riding it. And that's the biggest tick of them all. So despite all my grumbles, I'd have to say that the Cross Bones presses all the right buttons for me.

BMW R1200RT

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My beloved R1100S has gone in for a service at Sawbridge BMW. The dealer shows me to the loan bike, a R1200RT. As he starts briefing me on what all the buttons do I can’t help thinking that there’s some mistake…This is a bike for bearded 40ish people who are sensible and wear slippers.” I am not there yet!” I want to shout but don’t. Because at the end of the day, beggars can't be choosers. As I set off I begin to notice some benefits to slipper wearing bikes.

This is a fantastic bike that eats mileage for breakfast. In winter these types of bikes are everywhere, and for good reason. Shaft drive means that you don’t get sticky oil everywhere from the chain and service intervals at every 6000 miles means you’ll spend less time fiddling and more time riding. The 1200RT is superbly comfortable and well mannered. Lights are bright (dipped beam uses both sides) and work really well in those grotty winter mornings. Styling is a personal choice. I started off not liking this bike but after 3 days it’s grown on me. It’s got the same quirky BMW switch gearthat we all know and, well if not love then at least get used to. Displays are bright and clear although I did find the addition of km/h measurements slightly confusing, but this would be useful in Europe, and the petrol warning light had a habit of coming on with 70miles still to go before you ran out. Which was a little irritating but certainly better than being the other way around and coming on just after it's spluttered to a stop leaving you to push around a quarter of a tonne to the next petrol station... If you're interested, I was getting about 50.4 miles to the gallon so for a big bike economy was good.

Macchia Nera concept bike

Tuesday, November 3, 2009 at 7:36 AM

Nera means “Black,” in Italian. This was produced as a concept in 2004 and never got any further than that. Based on a Ducati 998 WSB engine, some Italian journalist suggested this was the perfect track day bike, but he was crazy – no one in their right mind throws a two hundred thousand dollar bike down a track. This was the one and only produced and if you are the guy who bought it, I would love to hear from you. This certainly qualifies as the “Most Exclusive Bike in the World.”

BMW G650X Country

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The most flexible member of BMW Motorrad 'fresh series of S of new G align, G 650 Xcountry is the traditional concept of jammer supplemented with far with some single modern configurations at BMW, as of the 53 powers in horses energetic choose the engine of cylinder, and a light design of high efficiency.
The components of refining and generous of frame surround an engine with high output of simple-cylinder which has what it takes. Reliable, powerful and thanks to the catalytic converter of euro 3 and with the management of the very last thing of engine with the levels low of fuel consumption and emission of exhaust: this bicycle will put many larger machines behind him. And that applies to asphalt and cross-country. The country of BMW G650X is a genuine jammer. As well as to be BMW through and through: of high-quality, durable, adapted for the daily use, with long intervals of maintenance and the reliability which distinguishes the mark. The best of the two worlds returns this country of single BMW G650X. G 650 Xcountry is general-purpose, go-does not import where bicycle for the 21st century. Compact, light and sensitive, it is a star interpreter on any kind of road, whereas the optional ABS of BMW Motorrad makes sure that it is right stop like impressive that starting.

Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTSi

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The Bajaj Pulsar 180 dtsi places itself on par with other high end bikes and has a full throttle feel. The stronger alloy wheel coupled with a long wheelbase of 1330mm enhances the stability of the bike and also makes it more agile. One can sit with ease on the bike with its superior Shock absorption which reduces the vibrations to a minimum. The engine is improved with a stable chassis, a new design magnesium alloy wheel and Nitrox shock absorbers, rear suspension with triple-rated springs for handling extreme road conditions and terrain. The pillion seating is comfortable and the bike provides a mileage of about 45-50kmpl.

Whiling away, in its own devilish glory, the Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTS-I has a decent fuel efficiency and gives an average of 45-50 km per every liter of fuel. To its credit off course goes a cool acceleration t and linear and enough power on all the gears!
As always, the pulsar is made to look sleek and cunning on the road. Robust, tough and looks like a devil that?s set to devour, theBajaj Pulsar 180 DTSi is really on. The Bajaj Pulsar 180cc is elegant in its looks with aerodynamic shape and has a flush-fitted tail lamp that?s kinda cool. The bike has an LCD speedo and tachometer console and the fuel tank gives the muscular shaped body to it, that you so go gaga about. The black styling provides the bike a sleek as well as subtle aggression and its scanty dashboard layout and a lighter yet stronger alloy wheels calls for low maintenance, as it wouldn?t rust. Switches are convenient for use and there is a tacho; a beam flasher.
Good looks, stunning style and great performance make the Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTS-i, a great bike. It?s sporty, it?s functional and its fuel efficient and all set to put you on the move. It may look a little on the lighter side while on the toad, but on the whole, its just what you would like to have if you want a bike, that?s both roaring in engine and stealing in style.

Yamaha Alba

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Yamaha’s new offering – the Alba is not very stylish but it is not very bad looking either and has got a cool look that is quite good keeping in mind that it is designed for being a family bike. The bike has been provided with drum brakes both on the front and the rear of the car. Besides drum brakes, the Alba is provided with shock absorbers to make a ride in the bike comfortable.

The seat in Yamaha’s new offering – The Alba is quite good and has been found to be quite comfy. While riding the bikers will need to lean forwards as the wheel base in the bike is quite long. However, the other features in the bike like the broad and ergonomic seats in the bike make sitting on the bike comfortable for the riders.

Peraves Monotracer

Monday, August 10, 2009 at 11:05 AM

It's hard to call the Peraves MonoTracer a motorcycle. Sure, it has two wheels, tandem seating, and a twist-grip throttle, but passengers sit in a plush interior enjoying amenities like windshield wipers, air-conditioning, and a bitchin' stereo. It's also a lot safer than an open bike, with stability control, seat belts, and stabilizer wheels that deploy like landing gear to keep the thing upright at stoplights.

The Swiss company's aim was to offer speed freaks an energy-efficient way to get their kicks. The MonoTracer accelerates to 60 miles per hour in 5.5 seconds and can exceed 155 mph, but still gets 57 miles per gallon. And because of its slim proportions, it won't cause or get stuck in congestion.

But don't expect to see packs of them on the road anytime soon. Peraves intends to build just 100 of the $77,000 machines, and owners will have to attend a training course. In Switzerland.

The Hyanide

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Designer : Oliver Keller and Tillman Schlootz
Engine: 60hp, 500cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder
Status : One fifth of a scale model / currently not going into production
Credibility : Potent for any terrain, courtesy of its flexible rubber treads

Designed for last years Michelin Design Challenge, the Hyanide impressed on and all with its amazing ability to conquer any terrain. Its flexible rubber treads could pull the machine through, even if its slightest part is touching the ground. We have had no news of it since then but we are just hoping that the Germans decide to send it to the production floor.

The Embrio

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Designer: Canadian multinational Bombardier
Engine : Complex hydrogen fuel cell
Status : Prototype
Credibility: Single wheeled, emits only water vapor

The Embrio from Bombraider is a prototype, which could become a virtual reality somewhere around 2025 for this technology is too ultramodern considering the present generation bikes. It sports a single wheel and is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, which creates power by mixing hydrogen and oxygen, creating only water as a by-product

The Renovatio

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Designer : Ed Jacobs
Engine: 135 hp, V-twin engine, specially designed by Katech
Status : Pre -Production
Credibility: Easy to upgrade and reconfigure

Confederate Motorcycles lead designer Ed Jacobs designed this drastic bike concept with large attachment points easily available on the engine ensuring improvements and assorted configurations at ease. Powered by a V-Twin engine, it produces 135 hp at 125ft/lbs of torque. Confederate is confident about this unique concept it has developed and it plans to produce it some time this year.



Detonator V4 6.0

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Designer : Daniel Simon
Engine: 6 liter, 4 Cylinder
Status: Concept/Sculpture
Credibility: Bears no semblance to any existing concepts

The, ‘too hot to handle’, Detonator V4 6.0, is a mere sculpture with no intention of being a functional bike. This machine looks like a crossover between a chopper and an automotive soldered android and hmmm! It reminds me of those big pizza cutters

Yamaha YZF-R125

Friday, July 31, 2009 at 12:18 PM

. Yamaha YZF-R125 – Yamaha YZF-R125 is 6-speed transmission bike. Yamaha YZF-R125 is light weighted bike. Yamaha YZF-R125 is having 5 Stokes wheels. Yamaha YZF-R125 power is 11.0KW.

2009 BMW S1000RR

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4. Ducati SportClassic Sport 1000 S – Ducati SportClassic Sport 1000 S is 2009 bike of Ducati. Ducati SportClassic Sport 1000 S is having 6 speed transmission. Ducati SportClassic Sport 1000 S keeps 992cc, it provides great strength to engine. Ducati SportClassic Sport 1000 S is very stylish bike with 67.7 kw power.

2009 BMW S1000RR

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5. 2009 BMW S1000RR – 2009 BMW S1000RR is one the latest bike of BMW at 2009. 2009 BMW S1000RR is having great look with new features. 2009 BMW S1000RR is easy to control with high speed. 2009 BMW S1000RR is a monster bike with speed of 14200 rpm. 2009 BMW S1000RR is high strength bike.

Honda CBR 600RR

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. Honda CBR 600RR – Honda CBR is one of the fastest bikes of the world. It is charming bike with 600cc. Honda CBR 600RR top speed is 165mph. Honda CBR 600RR keeps ¼ mile acceleration in very few time less then 10.92seconds. Honda CBR 600RR power is 107bhp.

MTT Turbine Superbike

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Next on our list is the MTT Turbine Superbike costing $150,000 (111,000 Euros). Not only is this motorcycle expensive, its also extremely fast. The Superbike is the Guinness World Record holder for the “Most Powerful Motorcycle Ever to Enter Series Production”. The turbine engine in this one is made by Rolls Royce and is capable of over 300hp. The motorcycle also boasts carbon fiber fairings, a rear mounted camera with LCD color display, forward-and rear-looking radar detector with laser scrambler, one touch “Smart Start” ignition, and many other cool gadgets. This bike seams to be pretty popular in Hollywood. It starred in the movie “Torque” and even Jay Leno owns one!

Macchia Nera Concept Bike

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The Macchia Nera Concept Bike is near the top of the list of most expensive motorcycles at 150,000 Euros ($201,000). Built around a Ducati 998RS engine, its Italian designers and engineers set out to create an extremely high tech and expensive motorcycle that would be thought of as “the ultimate track bike” that is “simply beautiful and beautifully simple”. The Testastretta engine is fitted with lightweight metals and alloys like titanium and aluminum making it very lightweight. The view from the side of the Macchia Nera shows exposed belts and engine components, giving its design a minimalist feel while still being aesthetically pleasing. We should add that this bike is a one of a kind and not in produced for retail at this point, but if you have an extra 150,000 Euros ($201,000) laying around for an expensive toy, your dream might come true.

Dodge Tomahawk

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The most expensive motorcycle in production will cost you at least $250,000. The production is limited to a few hundred models, so you better place your order. The Dodge Tomahawk V10 superbike boasts 8.3 liter engine (505 cubic inch), and the 10 cylinders can bring the bike to a maximum speed of almost 400 mph. The 1500lb bike has an independent 4 wheel suspension and can reach 60 mph in around 2.5 seconds.

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Wednesday, July 1, 2009 at 11:16 AM

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Triumph Daytona 675 (2006-2008)

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"The Ducati 848 isn’t just a small 1098, it’s much more than that. The 848 is a proper fast (top speed is 166mph), fine-handling, gorgeous Ducati superbike in its own right. It’s no longer the poor relation to its big brother, like the 748 and 749 used to be. Although the more powerful 1098 is faster in a straight line and around a track, in the real world the Ducati 848 is every bit as fast."

. Honda SP-2 (2000-current)

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"The Honda SP-2 was built to prove a point; that the world's number one bike maker could beat Ducati on the track, using a V-twin. Sadly, that makes the Honda SP-2 less satisfying, because it has an on/off fuelling set up, too much power for the chassis and a cramped riding position. On the upside, the Honda SP-2 is beautifully made, sounds awesome and makes 90% of riders look faster than they really are."

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