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motogp 2011 : EV Buckler 2011 starts at Jerez this weekend

The 125GP category will see 33 hopefuls sharing the track, the majority of whom are youngsters who have graduated to the CEV Buckler from their respective different national cup competitions. The international profile of the CEV Buckler remains a major theme with more than 50% of the grid – a total of 18 riders – arriving from other countries to participate. Italy is the main proponent, with France, England, Australia, Japan and India also amongst those represented. read more

The Aprilia 2011 Tuono V4R is a bit of a shock

aprilia tuono V4R APRC review

I start my first session with the traction control set at level six and then reduce by one for each lap until I’m down at level one. The Aprilia 2011 Tuono V4R is a bit of a shock to the system as it just pulls like an angry bull everywhere and stops as if a freight train suddenly started pulling it in reverse. When I’ve finished my second 20-minute session I’m experiencing arm pump and a threatening cramp in my left leg each time I brake hard. My mechanic made some rear-suspension adjustments which changed the bike a lot and made my hard riding much easier. read more

2011 Harley-Davidson Dyna Glide Spec

2011 harley davidson dyna glide

2011 Harley-Davidson Dyna Glide® Super Glide Custom pictures, prices, information, and specifications. Below is the information on the 2011 Harley-Davidson Dyna Glide® Super Glide Custom. If you would like to get a quote on a new 2011 Harley-Davidson Dyna Glide® Super Glide Custom. Read more

Monster EVOlution

2011 Ducati Monster 1100 EVo

Monster EVOlution

Where do you start to improve a motorcycle without re-engineering it to the point of losing the original bike in the process? In Ducati’s estimation, a useful enhancement to the engine is step one. Changes to the air-cooled L-Twin include revised cylinder heads with reworked intake ports, inlet valves gaining 5% more lift, and exhaust valve lift increased by 4%. Top-end oiling is improved for better cylinder head cooling, and revised piston shape bumps compression to 11.3:1 from 10.7:1 on the previous Monster. Keeping the pistons spinning is a new, lighter-weight flywheel designed similarly to the flywheel in Ducati’s supersport 848. eard more

The Suzuki GSX1250FA is the bike a discerning

new comer Suzuki 2011 1250FA

LinkThe Suzuki GSX1250FA is the bike a discerning motorcyclist will pick out of a line-up of overly specialized sportbikes or portly sport-tourers emphasizing the latter part of the compound title. Besides its standard equipment anti-lock brakes, the GSX1250FA is elemental in its construction and built to be ridden anywhere, anytime by a motorcyclist who values versatility over hyperbole.

Stripped of its Bandit moniker, in use since the Bandit 400’s U.S. introduction in 1991, the GSX1250FA also differs from its predecessor by way of full-fairing cosmetics. Less obvious upgrades include heavier fork springs and firmer rebound damping, and an additional radiator fan to compensate for the loss of airflow from the full-coverage bodywork.

Albeit the changes are minor, the bike’s new plastic-clad profile should generate interest from motorcyclists familiar with the previously naked or quarter-faired versions as well as those without knowledge of the GSX’s past nomenclature. And when those who previously dismissed the Bandit get a chance to test the GSX1250, they’re gonna be surprised by the bike’s well-mannered, universal performance.

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The GSX1250FA’s engine is certainly one of the bike’s best qualities. With maximum torque at a V-Twin rpm (72.3 lb.-ft. at just 3,500) the GSX romps out of corners with a robustness that belies its modest 92.6 hp at 8,800 rpm dyno figure. The abundance of low-end power augments real-world usability and ensures you’re never left wanting when running a gear high or in need of emergency passing power. It should be noted, however, that as pleasurable and user-friendly as the fuel-injected 1255cc inline-Four is, considering its displacement, we were hoping for at least triple-digit horsepower numbers.