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May 28, 2010

Suzuki Gladius brings a Supermoto feel

Suzuki introduced the 650 cc Gladius, a very good starters bike back in 2009. The guys at canadian firm GPDesigns thought, the SFV650 Gladius is not exciting enough, so they made a Supermoto version, which looks very sporty and agressive. more »


May 28, 2010

Video: This is how the Suzuki GSX-R1000 is born

Suzuki posted a video showing how today’s GSX-R1000 is born at the Hamamatsu plant in Japan. The attached video takes us through the most important fabrication processes. more »


May 28, 2010

Video: 85-foot world record front-flip

Jackson Strong, a young australian stunt has set a new world record by succesfully landing an 85-foot frontflip. Strong jumped in front of a 6000-strong crowd in Cairns, Australia. more »


May 26, 2010

Motorcycle soccer – a game of two halves and two wheels

Motorcycle soccer - one of the weirdest sports on this planet. These guys in Bhopal, India love their bikes and soccer and combined the two activities. more »


May 25, 2010

Nostalgia: Freddie “fast” Spencer explains motorcycling racing

Nostalgia: Two times 500cc world champion Freddie "fast" Spencer gets into the technical aspects of motorcycle racing in the three-part documentary from the eighties. more »


March 10, 2010

BMW S1000 RR. Dinner for RR.

From zero to 100km/h (62 mph) in just 2.9 seconds sounds very nice. But would that help in this XXXL-experiment? Don't try this at home with your dishes. Or your mom's ones. We have no idea is it fake or not, but you have to watch this video. Read more about this motorcycle on its specifications page. more »


February 13, 2010

BMW S1000RR – Fasi progettuali

View 2010 BMW S1000RR specifications here more »


February 5, 2010

Watch the Honda VFR1200F being assembled

Kumamoto: Birthplace of the VFR 1200F in Honda motorcycle factories. One of the most modern and environmentally conscious factories in Japan. The production line is 130 meters long producing one motorcycle every 90 seconds. more »