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Electric City Slicker eyes our market

American company CSC Motorcycles is considering exporting its City Slicker electric motorcycle costing just $US2500. Landed here the City Slicker would cost closer to $4000, but would still be one of the cheapest full-sized electric motorcycles available. The bike will be available in the US in September. It’s built as an urban …

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Military Royal Enfield Pegasus lands in Australia

Royal Enfield Australia will land the military styled Classic 500 Pegasus Edition on 26 July 2018 at selected dealerships where customers who have pre-ordered will take delivery of their bike. It touches down at $9890 ride away with period-styled removable saddle bags, a 24-month warranty and 24 months Customer Care Program. RE …

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Benelli releases TRK 502 X baby adventurer

Benelli has launched the TRK 502 X into the new baby adventure bike market in Australia. The learner-approved baby adventurer is kitted out with a range of features to help it tackle some adventure touring, or as the company says “traverse the harshest terrains”. They include a 19-inch front wheel, …

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Is Honda planning a return to the CBX six?

Honda has filed patent drawings for a retro bike that looks a little like its 1980s six-cylinder CBX with a bubble fairing. It would be a competitor for retro models such as the BMW R nineT Racer and Triumph Bonneville Thruxton (with optional bubble fairing) and the popular Kawasaki ZX …

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BMW R nineT is most customised model

Introduced in 2014, the BMW R nineT has become the second-best seller behind the R 1200 GS models and certainly their most customised including this latest creation by German designer Bernhard Naumann. The R nineT range started out as a custom exercise by BMW to honour the 40th anniversary of …

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