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Vespa adds stop-start tech to save fuel

The new Vespa GTS scooter range includes stop-start technology to switch off the engine when stationary and automatically restart when the brake is released. Stop-start technology has been used in many cars for several years now and was introduced by Honda on the PCX 125 scooter in 2010. Honda PCX 125 …

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Ducati brings out the ugly stick

Ducati has rolled out an ugly new MotoGP fairing that sparks concerns it could be included on the new V4 sportsbike to be unveiled on September 7 before the Missano MotoGP. Even though Ducati makes some beautiful bikes, they have been guilty of some unsightly bikes in the past – …

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2018 Honda Goldwing goes radical

Radical hub-centre steering, traction control, cornering ABS, electronic suspension, engine modes and a whole new frame are believed to be coming for the 2018 Honda Goldwing. Since the six-cylinder GL1800 was introduced in 2001, it as only received cosmetic updates, an airbag option and the addition of stripped down F6B …

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Major update for BMW S 1000 RR

The 2018 BMW S 1000 RR is receiving much more than a cosmetic update with major mechanical changes, including frame, engine and electronics. German motorcycle magazine Motorrad has published spy shots of the bike being tested in Germany. It looks substantially different with new bodywork and a lower headlight, but …

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Indian Motorcycle unveils 2018 range

Indian Motorcycle has added two more new models to its line-up for 2018, the hand-painted Roadmaster Elite and blacked-out Springfield Dark Horse. They recently added the Scout Bobber unveiled recently to the three new models they unveiled earlier this year; the Chieftain Elite, Chieftain Limited bagger and Roadmaster Classic. Indian Scout …

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Kawasaki offers free Vulcan S luggage

Kawasaki Motor Australia is throwing in free luggage worth $1730 when you buy one of their learner-approved Vulcan S cruisers to turn it into a dedicate tourer. The light touring kit is available for a limited time and features the mounting hardware, a rear luggage rack and saddlebags. Fitting is …

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BMW G 310 to be top seller in Australia

BMW’s learner-approved G 310 R and G 310 GS are set to become the Bavarian brand’s biggest seller here, says BMW Motorrad Australia boss Andreas Lundgren. The G 310 R was launched at Airlie Beach, North Queensland, last week after an eight-month delay. READ OUR REVIEW HERE Andreas says the …

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Suzuki’s new sportsbikes make life on two wheels more appealing

Many a petrolhead has aspirations of switching to two wheels, especially during the warmer months, and Suzuki has just swung open the door to life as a motorcyclist by lowering the entry point of its sportsbikes. From September, Suzuki will offer the new GSX-S125 (right) from the very tempting price …

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