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Curtiss launches electric Zeus prototype

American motorcycle company Curtiss Motorcycles is moving quickly from their old-school Confederate Motorcycles past into an electric future with this Zeus prototype. Last year, Alabama motorcycle company Confederate decided to ditch its now-controversial name after race riots in Charlottesville, Virginia, where one person was killed and 26 injured when a car …

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Honda releases Café Neo Racer price

Just days after announcing a ridiculous price for the new Monkey Bike, Honda Australia has announced a more realistic price for the modern/retro CB1000R Café Neo Racer. It will arrive in Honda showrooms this month at $16,499 plus on-road costs which is $500 less than the CBR1000RR without ABS. Once …

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Jawa launches 350 Special retro race replica

Czech Replica motorcycle company Jawa has unveiled this 350 Special retro race replica, its second bike since it was taken over by Indian tractor company Mahindra a year ago. Mahindra also bought legendary British brand BSA last year and has hinted it will return to the international market this year …

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2006 Ducati GT1000 project bike for sale

It’s time to start thinking about the next Motorbike Writer project bike, but first we have to make way in our garage by reluctantly selling the 2006 Ducati GT1000. We have added more than $6000 worth of tasty extras including Blackstone TEK Black Diamond carbon fibre wheels, carbon fibre hugger …

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CFMoto 250NK fills learner gap

The learner market continues to be flooded with models and now CFMoto Australia has filled the gap between the 150NK ($3090) and 400NK ABS ($5990) with the new 250NK at $3990 ride away. That compares with the Honda CB300F at $5699, Kawasaki Ninja 4090 at $6499, Suzuki GSX-R250 at $5790 …

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Solar power coming for electric motorcycles

A Swedish partnership is being forged to build small portable solar power chargers for electric adventure motorcycles that can be used in remote areas where there are no mains charging points. A portable solar charger would be a great advantage in Australia with our vast distances and plenty of sunshine. …

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Yamaha investigates hybrid engines

Yamaha is developing hybrid engines for cars with the technology helping the Japanese company produce electric motorcycles. Company boss Yoshihiro Hidaka (pictured above) says Yamaha has been supplying engines for Toyota since 1967, but now must develop hybrid engines to keep pace with Toyota’s hybrid powertrain development. “I have a …

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