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Yamaha To Redesign R1 To Adhere To Next Euro Emission Laws

A completely new from the ground up design could be on the cards for the next-gen R1 The famed sportsbike celebrated 20 years of existence in 2018. New patent papers filed suggest complete revamp. Could get more MotoGP tech, like counter-rotating crankshaft and seamless transmission. Possibly for the 2021 model year. In recent times, much

2019 Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade

2019 Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade Gets More Power And Improved Aerodynamics

The Japanese-spec RC213V-S makes 68PS at 6,000rpm, so I’m guessing the bikes we rode were not making much more than that. And thanks to the curbed power output, even near the limiter in 4th gear, we were clocking barely over 140kmph. Clearly not the best setup to review this 188,000 Euro (approx Rs 1.44 crore)

Triumph Daytona

Triumph Daytona Delayed?

A year ago, Triumph officially confirmed that it will be supplying engines for the Moto2 class of MotoGP starting from 2019. Not surprising then, there were rumblings about the company’s plan of reviving its beloved Daytona brand, which obviously got us excited. Triumph entered our market in 2013 with some exciting motorcycles, one of them being the Triumph

Aprilia 2018

Aprilia 2018 RSV4 RF With Winglets Launched Overseas

Aprilia, during the third round of the 2018 MotoGP Championship, unveiled a special edition motorcycle based on its flagship RSV4 RF. Called the RSV4 RF LE, the bike is dressed in a livery that pays homage to Aprilia’s first world championship win in 1987. Aprilia have taken a step further and have equipped the RSV4 RF LE

MotoGP: Austin, Wrap-up

MotoGP: Austin, Wrap-up.  After two weeks of trash talk and debate about the proceedings at the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit in Argentina, action resumed this weekend at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas. And all eyes were on just one man – Marc Marquez. Primarily to see if he could register

Marquez wins Australian MotoGP

Marquez wins Australian MotoGP

Phillip Island (Australia), Oct 22, Marquez wins Australian MotoGP. Repsol Honda’s Spanish rider Marc Marquez won the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix on Sunday, taking a great step towards claiming his fourth title of the MotoGP World Championship.The Spaniard, who currently leads the championship, claimed his sixth win of the season at the Phillip Island circuit