Articles Posted in the " EPA " Category





  • Yoshimura: R6, ZX-6R, GSX-R EPA Exhaust

    Yoshimura: R6, ZX-6R, GSX-R EPA Exhaust

    Yoshimura Noise-Compliant Motorcycle Exhaust

    Yoshimura R&D of America, the leader in performance, has taken the lead once again with the introduction of their new EPA noise-compliant exhaust systems for the Yamaha YZF-R6 V, Kawasaki ZX-6R and Suzuki GSX-R1000.




  • ROEHR 1250sc obtains CARB certification

    ROEHR 1250sc obtains CARB certification

    Roehr Motorcycles LLC has announce that the ROEHR 1250sc motorcycle is now certified by the California Air Research Board for sale in California. This follows the EPA 49 state certificate granted earlier this year.

    Company president Walter Roehrich states, "It’s been a long process but we are now finally able to deliver bikes to our California customers. I’m sure they will agree with our 49 state customers, that it was well worth the wait."



  • 2010 Roehr 1250sc | American Superbike Review

    2010 Roehr 1250sc | American Superbike Review

    Supercharged American Motorcycle

    American sport bike enthusiasts’ affinities often run Italian and Japanese. From an American perspective, Buell has also entered the mix and continues to gain momentum with the Helicon-powered 1125R, as well as the air-cooled Harley-Davidson powered variants. But, many demand a more exotic and exclusive American superbike… that "Bimota" of America. Now, after significant development, the American Roehr 1250sc has finally pasted EPA approval and is ready for delivery.


  • ROEHR Motorcycles attains EPA certification

    ROEHR Motorcycles attains EPA certification

    Roehr Motorcycles LLC is pleased to announce that the ROEHR 1250sc has been issued it’s EPA Certificate of Conformity. Company President, Walter Roehrich says, "We can now begin delivering bikes to our customers that have been waiting patiently for this process to be completed."


  • 2007 Yamaha C3 | Motor Scooter Preview

    2007 Yamaha C3 | Motor Scooter Preview

    Seasoned riders will remember the Cushman scooters that inexpensively transported people and cargo from the 1930s until the mid-’60s. Yamaha has tapped the spirit of the Cushman for its all-new 2007 C3, which is something of a replacement for the best-selling Zuma scooter, as the friendly two-stroke has fallen victim to EPA emissions regulations. Christened the C3 (cargo cubed) due to its nine gallons of cubic storage space, the scooter is powered by a fuel-injected, three-valve, SOHC, air-cooled 49cc motor.


  • 2006 KTM 300 XC-W | Motorcycle Test

    2006 KTM 300 XC-W | Motorcycle Test

    Off-road riders who cut their teeth on dirt bikes in the mid-1960s have borne witness to the rise and fall from favor of the two-stroke. From Joel Robert’s first FIM motocross championship in 1964 on a CZ to Suzuki-mounted Ricky Carmichael’s AMA Supercross title in 2005, two-strokes ruled the premium series, earning their dominance the hard way—going head-to-head with the reignin thumpers of the era until they developed enough sophistication to be superior performers.


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