Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Cagiva Mito 125 Motorcycles Gallery





Cagiva Mito 125 Motorcycles Gallery
If you really, really want the metal in your garage to top 300km/h guaranteed, MV Agusta is the only way to go on a standard production motorcycle with no modifications.

KTM 85 SX Motorcycles Pictures




KTM 85 SX Motorcycles Pictures
The experiences coming from the racing factory teams have been incorporated directly into the 2005 models to respect KTM’s “Ready to Race” tradition.

As in previous years, KTM is again fitting proven, high-quality components to its 2005 model range. All SX and EXC models will be equipped with aluminium handlebars from Renthal, and Magura levers, Brembo brakes, Excel rims and hydraulic clutches. All EXC models have an electric starter and O-ring chain.

Yamaha FZ6 Motorcycles Trends





Yamaha FZ6 Motorcycles Trends
The Yamaha FZ6 is a 600 cc motorcycle that was introduced in 2004 as a sporting middleweight sport bike built around the 2003 YZF R6 engine. The engine is retuned for more usable midrange power. It comes with a somewhat soft suspension that makes it easy on beginners and very well suited for sport-touring, commuting, or just having fun on curvy mountain roads.

This bike is a popular choice for its half-fairing, upright seating position, and underseat exhaust. This motorcycle can easily handle sport riding, touring, and commuting. Many owners of these motorcycles modify them more to their specific style of riding. Some owners just leave them stock and enjoy the "all-rounder" capabilities.

For the 2010 model year, Yamaha continue to sell FZ6 Fazer S2 (Half-faired) and FZ6 S2 (naked) in Europe. Both are with full power (98 PS) and ABS. Reduced power models are discontinued and replaced with XJ6 Diversion (Half-faired) and XJ6 (naked); both with optional ABS.

Suzuki GSXR 1000 Motorcycles Pictures




Suzuki GSXR 1000 Motorcycles Pictures
The Suzuki GSX-R1000 has been around since 2001, replacing the venerable 1100 sportbike that couldn't quite match the performance of the sensational Yamaha R1 that was introduced in 1998. Ever since, the big Gixxer has been battling it out with the other Japanese literbikes for the outright performance crown. For 2009, the model gets evolutionary changes that are meant to eke that extra bit of speed out of the platform, which has shed a few pounds off the slightly porky model of the past few years.

For 2001, Suzuki introduced a new GSX-R model that replaced the largest and most powerful model of the GSX-R series sport bike, the GSX-R1100, with the all new GSX-R1000. As the model name revealed, the engine's cylinder displacement was roughly 100 cc (6.1 cu in) smaller than its predecessor's. The GSX-R1000 was not just an enlarged version of the GSX-R750, although it shared many features with its little brother. The main frame is the same in both models, but the material used on the big brother was .5 mm (0.020 in) thicker. Suzuki claimed the torsional rigidity of the frame had increased 10% in comparison with the GSX-R750.
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