Bajaj Pulsar Italian Body-modification

Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTS-I made in 2007 came from India. He only apply the style full dress model alias firing MotoGP. "Pulsar this box will be added for the purpose of Turing," says the head of the Riau Bajaj Community (RBC). Sepatbor Similarly Dainese back fit design that has become characteristic of modif Berkat Motor (BM) where Rudi titivate motor.
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Motorcycle concep: Harley Davidson Circa 2020

Harley Davidson Circa 2020, Designer Miguel Cotto’s Harley Davidson abstraction looks like it came beeline out of sci-fi. The affected abstraction is anachronous for 2020, and has an 883cc agent for ability and the accustomed barrage of the Harley. Then there’s the glassy design, hubless auto and the all-embracing look, all indicators to a motorcycle of the future. The architecture is about tron-like in execution. Check out the caster hubs. They’re in actuality huge bearings. So with all those accepted being about present, all you charge now is your affected helmet and affected getup.Somebody canyon me a helmut and a time biking address because if this is what Harley bikes attending like in 10 years, I’m so there. Designer Miguel Cotto pays admiration to the big alley hogs by befitting the ample 883cc engine, complete with aerial revs and roars. The similarities end there. The architecture is about tron-like in execution. Check out the caster hubs. They’re absolutely behemothic bearings. Harley Davidson Circa 2020 I do see glimpses of Harley DNA in the centermost anatomy but seriously, can you angel any alley warriors benumbed this?

Lorenzo looking for rostrum return at Motegi

http://motogp-f1-races.blogspot.comThe Championship leader is in a resolute mood ahead of the Grand Prix of Japan and outlined his aims in the pre-event press conference on Thursday.

Championship leader Jorge Lorenzo heads to Motegi for this weekend's Grand Prix of Japan determined to get back on the rostrum, after a fourth place last time out at Aragón ended the Mallorcan's run of consecutive podium finishes that started with second place in the season opener at Qatar.

Lorenzo still holds a 56-point advantage over Dani Pedrosa at the top of the Championship standings heading into this weekend's race, which was postponed back in April due to the eruption of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland. The Fiat Yamaha rider took one of his four wins last season at Motegi and is keen to do well in Yamaha's home race, as he looks to defend his position at the top of the standings.

"I'm not comfortable, but my position in the Championship is good," declared Lorenzo during Thursday’s press conference at Motegi. "We're not in the best shape technically; we have a little disadvantage in terms of power, but the latest evolution engine should improve things. I am thinking about the Championship, so I must keep going fast but I must also be prudent, calculating and not doing any crazy things. This weekend I hope to be able to fight for the podium, and maybe even for the victory."

Launch Yamaha YZF-R1 2010 and R15 White Body Color

2010 model Yamaha YZF-R1

2010 model Yamaha YZF-R1 will soon be available for booking at all important Yamaha outlets for a price of 12.5 lakhs. in india.
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Yamaha R1 2010 specifications:

Engine: 998cc 4 cylinder.

Power: 179.5 bhp at 12500 RPM.

Max torque: 115.5 NM.

6 speed gear box.

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Yamaha R15 2010 model specifications:

149.8CC engine that produces 17bhp@8500rpm and 15nm max torque at 7500 rpm.

Electric start, alloy wheels, 6 gears and disc brake.

Mileage: 45kmpl.

Price of Yamaha R15 2010 White color special edition: 98490/-

Price of Yamaha YZFR1 2010: 12.5 lakhs Ex-showroom Delhi.


Features Yamaha R1 2010

* The YZF-R1 garnered the prestigious award as the 2009 Motorcycle of the Year from Motorcyclist Magazine. The YZF-R1 was chosen for its MotoGP®-inspired engine and chassis technology, and for its luxurious fit and finish.
* Back for 2010, the YZF-R1 is the only production motorcycle with a crossplane crankshaft. Crossplane technology, first pioneered in MotoGP® racing with the M1, puts each piston 90° from the next, with an uneven firing interval of 270°- 180°- 90°- 180°. This uneven order does an amazing thing… it actually lets power build more smoothly. That means smooth roll-on delivery out of the corners, with outstanding tractability, followed by very strong high rpm power. It’s a feeling that’s simply unmatched, like having two engines in one: the low-rpm torquey feel of a twin with the raw, high rpm power of an inline four. This breakthrough technology on the YZF-R1 represents a paradigm shift in both technology and performance.
* This R1 keeps all the technological superiorities developed for its predecessor: YCC-T™ (Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle) is MotoGP® inspired fly-by-wire technology used to deliver instant throttle response. YCC-I® is Yamaha Chip Controlled Intake which is a variable intake system that broadens the spread of power. The fuel injection system provides optimum air/fuel mixtures for maximum power and smooth throttle response.
* The R1 features Yamaha D-MODE (or drive mode) with rider-selectable throttle control maps to program YCC-T performance characteristics for riding conditions. The standard map is designed for optimum overall performance. The “A” mode lets the rider enjoy sportier engine response in the low- to mid-speed range, and the “B” mode offers response that is somewhat less sharp for riding situations that require especially sensitive throttle operation. Switching maps is as easy as pushing a button on the handlebar switch.
* In keeping with this machine’s exceptional cornering ability and crisp handling, the aluminum frame has been designed to offer exceptional rigidity balance. The rear frame is lightweight Controlled-Fill die-cast magnesium, contributing the optimum mass centralization. Suspension includes SOQI front forks which use one of the tricks developed for our winning MotoGP® bikes: independent damping. The left fork handles compression damping and the right side handles the rebound damping. And the rear shock adopts bottom linkage for optimum suspension characteristics.
* The bodywork does more than add break-away-from-the-crowd styling with its more serious, less busy look. The side fairing is smooth for a sleek appearance. And, instead of the usual four-bulb headlight design, the R1 has only two projector-type bulbs mounted closer to the nose of the bike. This positions ram air ducts closer in for a more compact, smooth look. In addition, the rounded lenses are unique to the supersport industry.

Yamaha R1 2010 Specifications
Type 998cc, liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC 16 valves (titanium intake valves)
Bore x Stroke 78.0mm X 52.2mm
Compression Ratio 12.7:1
Fuel Delivery Fuel Injection with YCC-T and YCC-I
Ignition TCI: Transistor Controlled Ignition
Transmission 6-speed w/multiplate slipper clutch
Final Drive #530 O-ring chain
Suspension/Front 43mm inverted fork; fully adjustable, 4.7-in travel
Suspension/Rear Single shock w/piggyback reservoir; 4-way adjustable, 4.7-in travel
Brakes/Front Dual 310mm disc; radial-mount forged 6-piston calipers
Brakes/Rear 220mm disc; single-piston caliper
Tires/Front 120/70ZR17
Tires/Rear 190/55ZR17
Length 81.1 in
Width 28.1 in
Height 44.5 in
Seat Height 32.8 in
Wheelbase 55.7 in
Rake (Caster Angle) 24.0°
Trail 4.0 in
Fuel Capacity 4.8 gal
Fuel Economy** 33 mpg
Wet Weight 454 lb
Primary Reduction Ratio 65/43 (1.512)
Secondary Reduction Ratio 47/17 (2.765)
Gear Ratio – 1st Gear 38/15 (2.533)
Gear Ratio – 2nd Gear 33/16 (2.063)
Gear Ratio – 3rd Gear 37/21 (1.762)
Gear Ratio – 4th Gear 35/23 (1.522)
Gear Ratio – 5th Gear 30/22 (1.364)
Gear Ratio – 6th Gear 33/26 (1.269)

2011 Ducati Monster 796 Unveiled

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2010 Yamaha XT660X

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The 2010 Yamaha XT660X with Supermotard technology, the XT-660X is alive with punchy single-cylinder horsepower. Delivering a new kind of street performance, this bike boasts a fuel-injected, liquid-cooled engine and a taut chassis spec that’s got all the traction and turning you’re ever going to need.

2010 Yamaha XT660X Specifications Details :

* Motor: Liquid-cooled four-stroke single
* Brakes: 320mm disc with Brembo four-pot opposed piston calliper at front, 245mm disc with Brembo single-piston floating calliper at rear
* Valvegear: SOHC with four overhead valves per cylinder
* Power: 35.3kW at 6 000rpm
* Torque: 58.4Nm at 5 250rpm
* Suspension: 43mm Paioli conventional cartridge forks at front, monocross shock adjustable for preload at rear
* Induction: Electronic fuel injection with 44mm throttle body
* Ignition: TCi electronic
* Starting: Electric
* Clutch: Cable-operated multiplate wet clutch
* Transmission: Five speed constant-mesh gearbox with chain final drive
* Tyres: Front: 120/70 - ZR17 radial. Rear: 160/60 - ZR17 radial
* Fuel capacity: 15 litres

Features of Yamaha XT660X

* Super-responsive handling
* Aggressively styled bodywork
* 320 mm front disc brake
* Tough bike for tough urban conditions
* 17 inch aluminium wheel rims
* Single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine


* Engine type: Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, single cyclinder, 4-valve, SOHC
* Displacement: 660 cc
* Bore x stroke: 100.0 x 84.0 mm
* Compression ratio: 10.0: 1
* Maximum power: 35.3 kW (48 PS) @ 6,000 rpm
* Maximum torque: 60.0 Nm (6.1 kg-m) @ 5,250 rpm
* Lubrication system: Dry sump
* Fuel System: Fuel injection
* Clutch type: Wet, multiple-disc coil spring
* Ignition system: TCI
* Starter system: Electric
* Transmission system: Constant mesh, 5-speed
* Final transmission: Chain
* Fuel tank capacity: 15 L
* Oil tank capacity: 2.9 L


Chassis: Steel tube, diamond shaped
Front suspension system: Telescopic forks
Front travel: 200 mm
Rear suspension system: Swingarm (monocross)
Rear travel: 200 mm
Caster angle: 26°
Trail: 94 mm
Front brake: Single disc, Ø 320 mm
Rear brake: Single disc, Ø 245 mm
Front tyre: 120/70R 17M/C
Rear tyre: 160/60R 17M/C


Length: 2,175 mm
Width: 860 mm
Height: 1,170 mm
Seat height: 865 mm
Wheel base: 1,490 mm
Minimum ground clearance: 205 mm
Wet weight: 189 kg

Yamaha Raider S Cruiser 2010

new 2010 Yamaha Raider S before purchasing this Cruiser bicycle. They have all the information you need including the manufacturer suggested retail cost, which starts from $14,790 MSRP that will give you the negotiating edge when visiting the dealership. The 2010 Raider S is made in Japan. Yamaha first introduced the Raider model in 2008. With front Dual Hydraulic Disc brakes that will securely cease this Raider S motorbike on demand. It comes standard with a 1854 cc V Twin engine, as well as a 5 speed transmission. Compare the Yamaha Raider S prices, pics, OEM accessories, MPG, and complete specifications of the engine, suspension, brakes, wheels and tires, transmission, seats, bags, and more to other submodels.


The 848 Testastretta Evoluzione engine becomes the benchmark for the middleweight sportsbike category, benefitting from all the experience accumulated with the larger engine on the 1198. It successfully adopts the same design guidelines and the same compact cylinder and cylinder head layout, but introduces for the first time ever an innovative solution for the crankcase, which has been designed with a further weight reduction for this advanced engine in mind. The overall layout of this engine integrates a series of avant-guard solutions, confirming the close links with the experience of Ducati’s racing department.

The 849cc engine has bore and stroke values of 94mm and 61.2mm respectively, which produce a ratio that is only slightly inferior to the 1098 (1.54 compared with 1.61), while maintaining the highly ‘over-square’ layout typical of racing engines.

Power output is an impressive 134hp (98.5kW) at 10,000 rpm and maximum torque is 71 lb/ft (96Nm) at 8250 rpm. The power and torque values confirm the high performance level of this engine, especially when compared to its predecessor, the Testastretta-engined 749.

The cylinder head has been modified in line with the characteristic bore and stroke of the engine in order to optimize the fluid dynamics of the intake (straight and plunging) and exhaust ducts and combustion chamber. The compression ratio is 12:1.

Valentino Rossi to Ducati? Not so fast!

In today’s news that really isn’t news, an interview of Ducati CEO, Gabriele del Torchio, by Bruno de Prato found on Cycle World’s website on August 3rd, reveals the CEO speaking in a matter-of-fact tone about Valentino Rossi’s status as a team member on Ducati’s MotoGP effort.
In the CW article, Del Torchio states that the 2010 racing season “will not bring to Ducati any crown in the sport,” but that he looks “forward to Valentino Rossi teaming up with Nicky Hayden.”

“Nicky is a wonderful person and a great rider. This year, he greatly contributed to improving our Desmosedici racer. Next year, he and Valentino will hone the bike to its ultimate winning potential,” Del Torchio continued in the CW interview.
Rumors have swirled for weeks about Rossi’s departure from his long-standing relationship with Yamaha to join Ducati. Internet communities and race paddocks alike have, at this point, taken the rumors as facts merely waiting for an official announcement from either Rossi or Ducati. Yet neither has made the official proclamation.
Furthermore, an article published August 4th on the BBC’s website sports page reports that Ducati denies a solidified agreement to have Rossi racing red. The BBC article quotes a statement from Ducati that purports to down play further rumors that Rossi has in fact officially signed with Ducati:
“Regarding the recent allegations attributed to Mr. del Torchio, Ducati states that no agreement has been reached with the riders Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden for the future Moto GP season, although our interest in these riders remains.”
It’s possible this “leak” by Del Torchio is merely Ducati’s attempt to further ramp up anticipation, but if that were the case it would seem like overkill on Ducati’s part. Do Rossi and Ducati fans need more reason to get amped up?
On the other hand, it’s feasible Del Torchio merely had a momentary lapse of reason, and let slip that Rossi is fully on board. However, if we examine the Del Torchio quote, it’s also possible that Cycle World took a leap (albeit a pretty safe one) in proclaiming Del Torchio’s words as confirmation of Rossi’s commitment to Ducati.
Del Torchio says he looks “forward” to Valentino Rossi teaming up with Nicky. This is possibly a not-so-carefully worded response by Del Torchio, as in he hopes and just presumes Rossi will eventually complete the deal, and so phrased it that way. And continues in that same presumptive tone in the rest of his quote. After all, as CEO, Del Torchio likely has many things on his mind, and may not have his finger on the pulse of the day-to-day minutia, like the technicality of Rossi’s ink-on-paper signature.
As for Ducati’s official response to CW’s article (and possibly others), it should be clear at this point in history that the United States isn’t the only society paralyzed by freewheeling litigious actions. Ducati must cover its ass (and back pedal against Del Torchio’s comments) by saying no deal ’tween the company and Rossi is complete until the ink is dry. Regardless of how well talks have gone, and intentions clearly stated.
This is perhaps one of the most tantalizing silly seasons in years. Regardless of when Rossi’s commitment to Ducati is announced officially, it’s easy to imagine the scenario when Rossi rolls out on a Duc in the first race of the season next year: Tens of thousands of Ducati fans will faint from excitement like teenage girls did when the Beatles first came to the U.S.

Brawn: Schumacher will be back in 2011

http://motogp-f1-races.blogspot.comSeven-time world champion Michael Schumacher, reigning constructor’s champions Brawn GP, technical whizz Ross Brawn and the might of German car giant Mercedes-Benz. The ingredients for a stunning 2010 season were all present and correct when the Mercedes GP launched in Stuttgart back in the January.

Nine months later, however, and Mercedes's dream has faltered and Schumacher’s comeback is in tatters. Currently tenth in the standings, with just 46 points, the veteran German's fall from grace has led some to question whether he will last the season, let alone be back in the cockpit competing next year. But Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn is confident Schumacher will race in 2011.

“Michael is disappointed, of course,” Brawn told “Still he is enjoying the challenge very much. He definitely doesn’t come to a race wishing to be somewhere else. He wants to work with the engineers, wants to find solutions and is extremely motivated. He is enjoying racing.

"Of course he’s also a bit frustrated that his performance isn’t better. But I tell you, Michael is a very ambitious person and he didn’t win seven titles because he’s quick to capitulate. What sense would it make at that stage of his comeback to pack in his job? He’s not going to do it - be sure of that!”

Although previously famed for his ability to get the most out of tyres, one of the major stumbling blocks for Schumacher this season has been Bridgestone’s 2010-spec rubber. Although Brawn admits the 91-time Grand Prix winner’s driving style does not suit this year’s Bridgestones, he believes the change to new tyre supplier, Pirelli, next season could help matters.

Rossi ready for tough test on body at Motegi

The reigning World Champion knows that the demands of the circuit will push his physical condition to its limit during the Grand Prix of the Japan this weekend, but is prepared for the challenge.

Valentino Rossi is steeling himself for another hard weekend on his body as he prepares for the Grand Prix of Japan, where the right-handed Motegi circuit will place added demands on his recovering shoulder. The Fiat Yamaha rider explained that the leg he broke in June is now the lesser of his problems, with his shoulder the main factor in his ability to push hard.

“The leg is now almost back to normal again – I have even started running – but the shoulder is a problem and we know now that this is not going to change until we have time to treat it properly,” said Rossi, who has fond recollections of the Japanese circuit.

“I have some great memories from Motegi, especially winning the Championship in 2008, but I am expecting this weekend to be quite difficult on my body,” continued Rossi, who is also looking forward to the rounds in Malaysia and Australia which follow on consecutive weekends. “We have a hard three weeks ahead but after this race two of my best tracks are coming up, and I am hoping for some good results. We will do our best and see what happens!"

Rossi’s Team Manager Davide Brivio returns to the paddock this weekend having missed the previous round at Aragón – where Rossi placed sixth – due to a back problem, and he hopes that the previous good showing of the M1 at Motegi (Rossi won in 2008 and team-mate Jorge Lorenzo won last year) bodes well for his rider.

He said: "Valentino is understandably disappointed that he isn't in as good physical shape as he had hoped, and this is a pity for him because the leg is really quite good now! Aragón was hard on him but generally our bike goes well at Motegi so we hope it will be better, even if the nature of the track will still be hard on him.”

“This run of races is tough on everyone but we will be working as hard as ever and hoping for some good results as we head towards the final races,” concluded Brivio.

Great Motorcycle Fashion 2010

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Great Motorcycle Fashion 2010

Those measures start with using 80-spoke wheels instead of elaborate CNC billet jobs, and go on from there to the elimination of a good deal of the polishing and plating that characterize the premium models.It The Mutt shares the S&S 117″ mill, Baker Drivetrain RSD DD 6-speed transmission, Baker/Big Dog Balanced Drive primary drive, and PM brake calipers with Brembo rotors with the rest of the lineup as well as Big Dog’s signature controls, instrumentation, air cleaner and coil covers.

Those are the only concessions made to achieve the lower price point; the essential Dog soul remains intact. The Mutt is also equipped with a Supertrapp 2-into-1 exhaust instead of the proprietary Big Dog system. The Mutt’s fender struts, instrument housing and license plate frame are color-match powder coated, and the motor is given a black wrinkle powder coat finish rather than the hand-polishing treatment.

Ducati Hypermotard 796

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