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Kawasaki adds supercharged sports tourer

Kawasaki has hinted at a sports tourer version of its supercharged H2 with this 30-second video called “Supercharge Your Journey”. [youtube] It doesn’t show a motorcycle, but it is expected that the balanced supercharger technology from the H2 and H2R will be included in a more touring-oriented motorcycle. The …

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Race livery for MV Agusta F4 RC

The “new” race-livery, MV Agusta F4 RC continues the company’s run of limited editions of old models as it recovers from the financial constraints of the past couple of years. The bike’s carbon fibre bodywork features the same race livery as the Leon Camier’s F4 Reparto Corse bike. The most …

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2018 Indian pricing and online customs

Pricing for the 2018 Indian Motorcycle range has been announced as parent company boss has revealed a future where customers can customise their bikes online before ordering. Polaris CEO Scott Wine says technology will help the motorcycle industry attract new riders, including the ability for buyers to build their bikes …

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Indian Bajaj Auto targets Australia

Indian motorcycle company Bajaj Auto is reported to be setting its sights on Australia with the introduction of its Dominar 400 learner bike. The company is the world’s most biggest motorcycle manufacturer, taking back the lead from fellow Indian company Royal Enfield. Bajaj Auto makes bikes from 100cc to 373cc …

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Suzuki SV650X cafe racer concept

Suzuki has unveiled its SV650X cafe racer concept to be shown at the Tokyo Motor Show in late October 2017. But don’t get too excited. Suzuki revealed a SV650 Rally Concept at the 2016 Tokyo Motor Show but a production never resulted. Instead, there was a special scrambler kit issued. …

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Ducati Monster 659 learner bike returns

The learner-approved Ducati Monster 659 has returned to there Australian market after being missing for more than a year. The new Monster 659 is expected to arrive in October 2017 with an introductory price of $12,490 plus on-road costs, which is surprisingly $500 less than the old 659. Ducati Australia …

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