Plenty of BOBMC RiderMania 2016 photos from the various events, pepper this page. I am not sure if the order of these pictures is perfect. After a good rest from yesterday’s ride, things are a bit hazy. This is how it looked in the morning from our hotel room up there, as riders came in. We got ready to head to the venue about 20 kilometres out of Nagpur.
A number of adjectives could be used to describe the new 2014 Yamaha YZ -F range but the truth is that the YZ250F and YZ450F speak volumes simply on their own. Yamaha’s latest bold and advanced stride towards off-road excellence has again taken these motorcycles into fresh territory. Take a look: forward-thinking, forward-riding…
A hilarious video of a ram (no, not the computer variety) on a trail and a motorcyclist riding what appears like a Honda. I just cannot get over the way the little beast paws the ground before charging the guy! Man vs Animal; motorcycle vs sheep!
Still laughing… click through for the video
Few motorcycles offer truly broadband dual-sport performance, but the legendary XR650L is equally at home on the road and in the dirt. Whether your travels include dirt roads, single-track trails, highways or byways, the XR650L opens the door to riding adventure like few motorcycles ever have. With strong engine performance, comfortable ergonomics and long-travel suspension that easily handles two-up riding, the XR650L has garnered a loyal following that have traveled to many destinations thanks to the bike’s amazing versatility. For 2013, the much-beloved XR650L is ready to expand your riding horizons as well.
With the CRF250L, Honda re-enters the 250-class dual-sport motorcycle market. This is a machine that’s more than ready to take on exciting off-road challenges without giving up street-riding accommodations. The compact and sophisticated liquid-cooled DOHC 249cc single-cylinder four-stroke powerplant produces smooth and consistent torque at low rpm to aid off-road work, yet the short-stroke engine also spins up excellent high-rpm performance for the street. All through the rev range, the CRF250L pumps out a well-balanced and very capable level of power. Its off-road-oriented chassis, which includes a long-travel 43mm inverted fork and single-shock Pro-Link® rear suspension, makes it equally at home on city streets or country trails. And with styling cues carried over fromHonda’s legendary CRF® motocross bikes, the CRF250L offers the full package, whether the day calls for low-cost transportation, a weekday commute or genuine dual-sport adventure. Continue reading 2013 Honda CRF250L