2010 Ninja 650R Video
Click video to learn more about the new 2010 Kawasaki Ninja 650R. The non-intimidating twin-cylinder Ninja 650R appeals to new riders, and has an admirable mid-range power that offers enough excitement to thrill more advanced riders.
TE 630 Street-Legal Enduro
Topping Husqvarna’s street-legal enduro range is the 2010 Husqvarna TE 630, an exciting new motorcycle designed to fill a gap in a particularly interesting sector of the motorcycle market. The new machine is powered by a 600cc four-stroke, DOHC single-cylinder engine and it is based on another new release, the 2010 SM 630 Supermoto. The Husqvarna TE 630 shares many components and design features with Husqvarna’s other four-stroke racing enduro models.
This is our second updated from the Tokyo Motor Show. We are standing here by the new 2010 Honda CB1100. It is powered by a newly developed air-cooled, 4-stroke, inline-4 DOHC engine that reminds me of my old days in England. The engine is said to be full of torque at low and medium rpm range with some moving horsepower at the top-end. Honda has designed this bike to capture your nostalgia with its simple retro design and muscular riding appearance.
2010 ER-6n Overview
Click video to see the new 2010 Kawasaki ER-6n in action. The compact liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, DOHC 8-valve 649cc parallel-twin engine permits the use of a narrow, lightweight frame. Its fuel injection settings grant the engine some bottom-end torque and smooth low-mid rpm response. The 2010 Kawasaki ER-6n coolant is routed to the cylinder and head through the engine cases, reducing the number of hoses and simplifying the cooling system.
2010 Z1000 Features
Click video to see features overview for the new 2010 Kawasaki Z1000. The new motorcycle gets an all-new aluminum frame, similar in concept to the frame of the Ninja ZX-10R. The Z1000 also gets a new liquid-cooled, DOHC, 16-valve 1,043cc inline-four that offers greater torque and a stronger top-end. Coupled with a softer rev limiter, the Z1000 provides nice overrev and power doesn’t drop off suddenly at high rpm. The new 2010 Kawasaki exhaust system features a 4-into-2-pre-chamber-into-2 layout
ROEHR Motorcycles, LLC. will extend it’s successful, introductory, special pricing program, of $44,995 MSRP for the 2010 ROEHR 1250sc, until the end of 2009.
This introductory price will now be the base price on all 2010 ROEHR 1250sc motorcycles. All bikes are individually built to order. A list of optional equipment and color choices are available.
The Roehr 1250sc is the fastest and most powerful American production sportbike, featuring a specially developed, supercharged, 1250cc, 180hp, liquid cooled, DOHC, 8V, V-twin engine.
All New Motocrosser
Yamaha has released the following information on its new 2010 250F motocrosser.
>> The all-new, Bilateral Beam frame is specific to the 250 and is more compact than the previous generation chassis. This places the rider closer to the front wheel, which delivers superb rigidity balance for unmatched lightweight handling and cornering. This nimbleness lets the rider get on the gas sooner out of corners and cross the finish line with less fatigue – even on long motos.
Three Motorcycles in One.
Leave it to the Italians to present a new motorcycle with an ambiguous name that invites all sorts of interpretation. Is the Aprilia SL 750 Shiver likely to leave me cold, send a tingly sensation up my spine, or deliver a sharp forearm blow to my head? As it turns out, the Shiver is capable of delivering an expansive variety of responses, as it is one of the most versatile sport bikes available.
Off-Road Racer, Supercrosser.
One might not expect a supercross-based bike to make a great woods machine, but KTM has pulled that trick off with the 250 XC-F. Utilizing KTM’s outstanding SX-F chassis and DOHC, 4-valve, e-start motor, the XC-F works as both a single-track race bike, as well as a high-end trail bike.
I had resisted the urge to ride a motorcycle to work for quite some time. There were plenty of good reasons to stay in my quite-fun Acura CL Type S, ranging from the amount of stuff I carry to/from work each day, to reduced lunchtime errand options, to helmet hair I would have to live with all day, and the to-be-expected safety concerns. But, I finally succumbed last summer when the price of gas when flying past the $5/gallon mark. Months later, with gas just over $2/gallon, I am still riding…and not looking for excuses to get back in the car.