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2015 Kawasakis Not Yet Announced

When Kawasaki announced its 2015 lineup, there were a couple of desirable models that were conspicuous by their absence.

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2015 KTM Freeride E-SX and E-XC Announced for Europe

2015 KTM Freeride E-SX and E-XC Announced for Europe
After a lengthy testing period, the KTM Freeride E electric off-road motorcycle is finally heading to market, with KTM announcing two versions for 2015. First revealed at the 2011 EICMA show in Milan, the Freeride E has undergone a lot of testing at off-road parks around Europe. From this prolonged development period, KTM will now […] more

Yamaha Focusing on Developing Model Platforms

Yamaha Focusing on Developing Model Platforms
Following the success of its MT platform, Yamaha says it will continue to develop new models based on shared platforms, allowing for a choice of multiple models while reducing overall costs. Speaking in a presentation on the company’s business operation, Yamaha Motor President Hiroyuki Yanagi reiterated the strategy of developing multiple models sharing the same […] more

Sabertooth Motorcycles Announces Wicked WildCat Trikes

Sabertooth Motorcycles Announces Wicked WildCat Trikes
Since 2005, Sabertooth Motorcycles has been creating tricked out V8-powered motorcycles and trikes ranging from 850 cc to 427 cu. in. Well, the expanding line of WildCat motorcycle models will gain two WildCat Trike siblings in the near future: the WildCat e andWildCat m. The WildCat e will be powered by an 850cc overhead cam Weber parallel Twin engine. The purpose-built WildCat […] more

InvisibleVin: Chemical Anti-Theft Technology

InvisibleVin: Chemical Anti-Theft Technology
InvisibleVin, by Passkey, is a covert identification mark. The product chemically brands an alpha numeric code by passing through the clear coat, paint, and primer to permanently embed the information onto the frame or body part of choice. Invisible under normal light, the phosphorescent mark is clearly seen when exposed to UV light. Most stolen […] more
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