Enhanced by Project RUSHMORE, the 2014 Street Glide® model is a bagger with street-wise soul, powered by the new High Output Twin
Cam 103™ engine and featuring a new Batwing fairing with Splitstream vent to reduce rider head buffeting. With stripped down styling, lowered suspension, and a dark, cropped wind deflector, the Street Glide® is inspired by the street and ready to roar with attitude. The innovative Harley-Davidson® Touring chassis, based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame and a stout swing-arm developed to withstand the demands of long-haul touring riders and today’s more-powerful engines.
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Hero Impulse specifications is one of many posts, that detail out information about the Hero Impulse. I have put up the details as seen in the Owners Manual provided with the motorcycle. I did look at the Hero Moto Corp website, with an intention just link out to it, but its incomplete and erratic. More over, given that they may phase this motorcycle out, it makes more sense to have it here.
Isn’t it great that the manual also has an orange motorcycle on it. And, the woman at the showroom left no space for doubt about who owns this.
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Ducati introduce the next generation of the Hypermotard family, taking the innovation and excitement of the original concept and enhancing it even further with three incredible new models: The thrilling Hypermotard, Hypermotard SP and the introduction of a stylish and accessible mid-range tourer with everyday practicality – The Hyperstrada. The new range combines Ducati’s latest technologies with outstanding Italian design and engineering to write the latest chapter in the Hypermotard story.
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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”
All data that you see below is from the Royal Enfield site as of 08 Feb, 2005. Don’t worry, nothing much
has changed in terms of the Thunderbird specifications over the last few years (and this data is pretty much upto date, till this model went out of production many years later.) Continue reading “Royal Enfield Thunderbird Specifications (350cc)”