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    Welcome Kieran

    Hello Kieran, Welcome to The Motorbike Forum. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Why not tell us a bit about yourself too.
  3. Better late than never, right? View the full article
  4. Kevin Cameron (Robert Martin/) This is clearly a stupid question. Because people use motorcycles for so many different purposes, this is like asking which fighter aircraft of World War II was the best. Best defensive interceptor? Best bomber escort? Best carrier fighter? Ground attack? Night? The requirements for each category are so different that they make the question pointless. Yet in 1972, there was the late professor Gordon Blair, announcing that the ideal displacement for a motorcycle—at least for lap time and at that moment—was somewhere around 375cc. Why? Because, with
  5. Harley’s latest designs suggest the company’s future models might institute radar-assisted safety features. (Harley-Davidson/) Harley-Davidson might currently have the image of a company that’s anchored in the past, but the firm’s engineers aren’t short of ideas for the future and their recent R&D activity suggests there’s a particular focus on improving safety in the years to come. We’ve already seen Harley working on its own variation of the radar-assisted cruise control systems that look to be the next big battlefield for luxury bike brands. BMW and Ducati have already debuted
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    Welcome Help

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    Welcome david-64

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  8. They're not real (yet), but here's an idea of what they might look like. View the full article
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    MotoGP - Grand Prix of Doha

    MotoGP - Grand Prix of Doha Losail International Circuit Road, Losail International Circuit Rd, Qatar
  10. 2021 Moto Guzzi 100th Anniversary livery. (Moto Guzzi/) Following the news that Moto Guzzi is updating its V7, V9, and V85 TT models for 2021, the Mandello del Lario marque is unveiling limited-edition silver and green livery in honor of its centennial. Students of motorcycling history (“there are dozens of us!”) will find the inspired color scheme a long overdue comeback and a fitting tribute to a rich history headlined by one of motorcycling’s most legendary racing machines. The V7 Stone 100th Anniversary will land at US dealerships at the end of March with an MSRP of $9,190, the V
  11. New documents show KTM’s upcoming 1290 Super Duke RR will likely be lighter and somewhat cleaner than the 1290 R. (KTM/) The slow-drip pattern of info for new 2021 KTM models seems like it’ll continue with the revamped, radar-equipped 1290 Super Adventure set to take a bow on January 26, followed by a high-spec 1290 Super Duke RR shortly afterward. But more details of the new Super Duke RR have started to emerge thanks to published emissions tests results and type-approval documents, confirming some of the changes we can expect on the bike. German emissions tests were the first firm
  12. Piston internal combustion engines are still the most effective at the time being despite advances in alternative propulsion methods. (Ducati/) It’s clear from some of the comments appearing on this site that there are quite a few people who are impatient at how slowly the future of transportation is arriving. That’s only natural, as the hype celebrating battery power so easily outruns reality. Therefore I ask myself, as I’m about to write something about motorbikes and their internal combustion (IC) engines, “Is this all irrelevant now, devoid of interest because it’s about to be sw
  13. 2021 Husqvarna FC 450 (Husqvarna/) Ups Engine maps make power delivery easy to control<br/> 236-pound wet weight makes it the second lightest in its class<br/> Strong, responsive Brembo brakes<br/> Corner carver with neutral handling<br/> High-quality components like the ProTaper handlebar, Magura hydraulic clutch, and ODI grips Downs Lacks low-end grunt compared to its competitors<br/> Not a very crisp throttle response<br/> Feels a touch heavy despite its light weight, which could be attributed
  14. 2021 KTM 450 SMR (Jeff Allen/) Ups Finely tuned supermoto performance available at the dealership<br/> Strong performance basis of ultra-competitive KTM 450 SX-F motocrosser<br/> Top-shelf Brembo brakes<br/> Consistent Suter slipper clutch Downs Low 16.5-inch front tire availability<br/> Racetracks few and far between in some geographical locations Verdict A dedicated supermoto machine that is ready to rock the kart track straight off the showroom floor. Overview The 2021 KTM 450 SMR looks to break
  15. 2021 Yamaha YZ450F (Yamaha/) Ups Torquey engine character that makes it an absolute monster on the track<br/> Confidence-inspiring suspension that allows for easy adjustment (if needed)<br/> Unparalleled stability that “encourages outside lines and higher speeds”<br/> Free and best-in-class tunability via the Power Tuner app Downs Loud exhaust and airbox noise<br/> Cable clutch could be replaced with hydraulic unit<br/> A taller seat can improve uncomfortable rider triangle Verdict Although it may
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