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  • 2012 Victory Vegas | Preview

    2012 Victory Vegas | Preview

    2012 Victory Motorcycle

    Victory returns in 2012 with its popular Vegas model, a customized-style cruiser with the Polaris company’s 106 ci Freedom V-Twin.

    From the scalloped fuel tank to the 21-inch front wheel to the low seat height, the Vegas follows the tradition of OEM custom-styling from its inception back in 2003, the lines inspired by Arlen and Corey Ness.


  • Harley Dyna & Sportster Chrome Gauges

    Harley Dyna & Sportster Chrome Gauges

    Drag Specialties

    Want the custom gauge look but not the hassle of re-wiring or big expense of a custom gauge set for your Harley-Davidson Dyna or Sportster?

    A Drag Specialties chrome gauge bracket is the answer! It adds the custom look and shine to your OEM gauges minus all the hassles. Bolt it on, drop in the stock gauges and ride.


  • Honda CBR 250 R | Yoshimura Parts

    Honda CBR 250 R | Yoshimura Parts

    Honda CBR250R Performance Parts

    Yoshimura R&D of America is now offering a host of performance products to outfit the ever-popular Honda CBR250R street bike. Yoshimura offers applications of its TRC exhaust as a slip-on or full system as well as a variety of other performance hard parts.


  • 2012 Victory High Ball | Specs

    2012 Victory High Ball | Specs

    2012 Victory Motorcycle

    With it’s introduction in January 2011, the Victory High Ball screamed no-nonsense, bobber style.

    From it’s "high" ape hangers to the basic, matte-black paint, the Victory High Ball immediately became the icon of OEM bobbers. And Victory continues this tradition for 2012.


  • 2012 Harley Sportster: SuperTrapp Exhaust

    2012 Harley Sportster: SuperTrapp Exhaust

    2012 Sportster SuperTrapp Exhaust

    SuperTrapp Industries has announced their full exhaust systems for 2012 Harley-Davidson Sportster models. 

    The SuperTrapp and Kerker 2:1 SuperMegs both work with OEM and mid controls. Both are available in chrome or black.


  • 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.



  • Kawasaki Ninja 250 R: Yoshimura Exhaust

    Kawasaki Ninja 250 R: Yoshimura Exhaust

    Ninja 250 Exhaust

    Yoshimura R&D of America is now offering a host of performance products to outfit the ever-popular Kawasaki Ninja 250R street bike and the Honda Ruckus scooter.

    Yoshimura offers applications of its TRC exhaust as a slip-on or full system as well as a variety of other performance hard parts.


  • 2011 GSX-R750/600: Zero Gravity Windscreen

    2011 GSX-R750/600: Zero Gravity Windscreen

    Suzuki GSXR Windscreen

    Zero Gravity has released four windscreen variations for the 2011 Suzuki GSX-R 750 and the Suzuki GSX-R 600

    Aero Gravity says the SR Series (20-114), which approximates the size and shape of the OEM windscreen, adds flare to the bike’s look in Smoke or additional clarity over stock when ordered in clear.


  • PPR Kawasaki: 1st AMA SportBike Race

    PPR Kawasaki: 1st AMA SportBike Race

    AMA SportBike Privateer: Infineon Report IV

    Back at the staging area at Infineon Raceway, Calif., before AMA Daytona SportBike race 1, Alan (Paddy McCord’s father) removed the terminals from the quickshifter sensor and hard-wired it to the race harness on the Peak Performance Team Kawasaki ZX-6R.


  • Infineon SportBike: PPR Practice

    Infineon SportBike: PPR Practice

    AMA SportBike Privateer: Infineon Report II

    The first practice for 2011 AMA Daytona Sportbike at Infineon Raceway, Calif., would be noon the next day (Friday the 13th) and the first Qualifying session was scheduled for 2:50 p.m.  


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