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Kawasaki Z900RS accessories launched

One of the most anticipated models of 2018, the Kawasaki Z900RS, now comes with several special accessories, including centre stand and pillion grab rails. The tribute bike to the legendary Z1 is listed at $16,499 plus on-road costs. It is based on the Z900, but costs about $4000 more even though …

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Harley registers 48X and Pan America

Pan America and 48X could be two of about 10 new models for Harley-Davidson in 2018. Two weeks ago, Harley-Davidson registered the trademarks “Bronx” and “Harley-Davidson Bronx” with the US Patent and Trademark Office. Now they have registered “Pan America” and “48X” with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) …

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Tweet indicates BSA is coming to town

A simple Christmas Tweet has many BSA fans excited that the brand will return to the market with a retro model by Christmas 2018. BSA was bought by Indian tractor and automotive company Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) for $A5.4m in October 2016, but there has been little information since from …

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Levis returns as old British bikes trendy again

Old British motorcycle brands are trendy again and the latest to be resurrected is Levis (pronounced leh-viss) not the American jeans brand! The brand started making mainly two-stroke bikes in Birmingham in 1911 and stalled in 1940. 2932 Levis A2 350cc OHV Ownership of the name seems to have changed …

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CFMoto set for large capacity bike

Chinese company CFMoto appears set to enter the large capacity motorcycle market with the unveiling of its V.02-NK concept bike. The bike is not powered by a Chinese engine, but a KTM RC8 V-twin, possibly the 1301cc capacity RC8 from the 1290 Super Duke R with 131kW of power. Like …

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MV Agusta plans new F4 models

MV Agusta has replaced its triples with quieter and cleaner models to meet Euro4 regulations and will now turn their attention to their F4 range. However, instead of updating the existing engine, it is believed they will produce a totally new engine, possibly with a 1200cc capacity. To meet Euro4 …

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Indian Motorcycle adds candy colours

Indian Motorcycle has added some bright yellow, blue and green candy colours to its range, although they will not be coming to Australia. It seems the bright colours will be exclusively available in the Indian and South East Asian market. Indian Scout in candy blue In Australia, gloss black and …

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