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Teaming up with the German ADAC, our favourite Austrian orange-livried bikes brand KTM recently unveiled the RC390 Cup racer. The race bike gives us a hint of how the road-going version poised to debut before the year’s end would...
Super-naked fans rejoice as MV Agusta unveiled its latest iteration of ‘desire’, the 2013 Brutale Corsa. The brand from Varese, Italy may have recently unveiled a series of ‘affordable’ triples such as the F3 675, but the new Brutale Corsa...
Japanese bikemakers Yamaha have released details of its upcoming Leaning Multi-Wheel (LMW) commuter bike. These presentation graphs should clearly explain to what the firm has in mind.   Unfortunately, all these details do not point towards the impressively designed Tesseract concept machine...
The FIM will drop the ‘Claiming Rule’ from the MotoGP regulation books next year. The regulation was initially introduced as a measure at preventing factory teams from entering the sport under the guises of a privateer team. Starting next year,...
With American rider Ben Spies still plagued by injury, the Ignite Pramac Ducati team have asked rider Alex De Angelis to take his seat in the upcoming MotoGP round at Laguna Seca. Reports indicate that Spies (above) is currently undergoing...
India’s largest bikes maker Hero MotoCorp (HMC) has reportedly purchased a 49.2% stake in the American firm, Erik Buell Racing (EBR). The Indian company reportedly paid US$25 million in the deal which sources report involves a technical development partnership, as...
Italian motorcycle apparels firm Alpinestars have released yet another crash data telemetry, this time from Jorge Lorenzo’s collarbone-breaking incident at the Dutch TT not too long ago. Similar to how data from Marc Marquez’s high speed crash at Mugello was...
Austrian motorcycle brand KTM has reportedly announced its plans to reveal a production-ready KTM 1290 Super Duke R at EICMA later this year. The announcement came  during the revealing of a new one-off prototype christened as the Super Duke...
With EICMA show dates coming closer, manufacturers are already scrambling to finalise their prototypes and products for the show later this year. The first report of such activities come from Ducati as the Bologna-based icon were spotted recently testing...
Reports have surfaced indicating that Massimo Bordi has retired from his post as CEO at MV Agusta. The late Claudio Castiglioni brought Bordi into the firm after the Castiglioni family purchased MV Agusta from Harley-Davidson. Many insiders indicate that Bordi’s...

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