Kawasaki has recently revealed its latest creation, the Eliminator, a light-to-middleweight standard motorcycle that aims to meet the demands of everyday riders. With a focus on rider-friendliness, this machine combines performance, comfort, and retro styling reminiscent of Kawasaki’s power cruisers from the 1980s.

  • powering the new Eliminator is the firm’s brand-new 451cc parallel-twin engine. 
  • in some markets, the Eliminator will continue to run with the tried and tested 399cc engine.

At the heart of the Eliminator lies a brand-new 451cc parallel-twin engine, derived from the renowned Ninja series. To enhance low-end torque, Kawasaki has increased the stroke by 6.8mm, resulting in a total displacement boost of 52cc.

The engine features the same 32mm throttle bodies as the 400cc model, along with a 5.8L airbox. It wouldn’t be surprising to see this upgraded powerplant making its way into other Kawasaki models in the future, although some markets, like Japan, will continue to use the 399cc engine.

Designed for lightness and agility, the Eliminator boasts a lightweight chassis with an upright riding position and a seat height of 734mm. The trellis frame, developed using advanced dynamic rigidity analysis, contributes to both the overall weight reduction and the low seat height. 

Additionally, the square-tube swingarm, bolted directly to the engine via an aluminum swing arm mount plate, ensures improved torsional rigidity without the need for extra bracing.

Equipped with 18/16-inch wheels, the Eliminator sports a 130/70-18 tyre at the front and a 150/80-16 tyre at the rear. Braking power is provided by a single 310mm rotor with a two-piston caliper at the front, complemented by a 220mm rear disc also gripped by two pistons.

It’s important to note that ABS will only be available on select models of the Eliminator.

In the era of connectivity, the Eliminator embraces technology with Bluetooth functionality integrated into the instrument panel. Riders can utilize the Kawasaki Rideology app to access vehicle information, log their rides, receive mobile phone notifications, and customize various bike settings.

Pengeluar skuter mewah Itali, Italjet, dengan rasminya memaklumkan bahawa Italjet Dragster GP500 yang dipamerkan sebagai model konsep di EICMA tahun lalu akan dilancarkan secara rasmi pada 2024. 

Italjet membuat pengumuman rasmi tersebut menerusi perkongsian terbaru di media sosial rasmi. 

Dibangunkan dengan acuan sama seperti Dragster 125 dan 200, Dragster GP500 tampil dengan kelengkapan lebih berprestasi tinggi terutamanya enjin satu silinder 450cc 4-strok DOHC dengan penyejukan cecair yang berupaya menghasilkan 43hp pada 8,000rpm dan 43Nm pada 6,000rpm. 

Menariknya, berbanding varian 125cc dan 200cc yang menawarkan tunggangan skuter konvensional dengan gear automatik,  Dragster GP500 pula hadir  dengan gear manual 6-kelajuan. 

Ciri lain ditawarkan termasuk kaliper brek Brembo yang dipadankan bersama cakera brek 270mm depan dan 230mm belakang. Fungsi ABS juga didatangkan secara standard. 

Pada masa sama, Dragster GP500 ini juga dilengkapi dengan tangki 12L dan datang dengan berat (kering) sekitar 180kg. 

Mengambil kira ciri ditawarkan pastinya menjadikan Italjet Dragster GP500 ini sebagai model yang cukup unik dalam kelasnya. 

These days, Royal Enfield’s name appears almost every day on any two-wheel website.

  • Royal Enfield to introduce five new motorcycles featuring an all-new 450cc platform.
  • The Himalayan 450 could be the first to make public debut next year. 

That’s because the Chennai-based motorcycle company has been busy introducing a range of new bikes in the last couple of years.

However, Royal Enfield will soon grow its portfolio with five all-new 450cc motorcycles.

According to reports in India, the 450cc range is likely to include an adventure tourer alongside a more off-road capable machine, possibly called the Himalayan 450. Also in the pipeline are a 450 roadster, 450 scramblers and a 450 cafe racer.

Royal Enfield has been caught testing an adventure tourer over the last few months, with reports claiming that it could be the first among the five to make its global debut next year.

Meanwhile, the Himalayan 450 will feature a single-piece flat seat, higher ground clearance and a longer travel suspension to boost the bike’s off-road ability.

Secondly, the roadster is a street-biased motorcycle, thus offering a lower seat height, sportier riding ergonomics and sharper bodywork.

The 450 scramblers and 450 cafe racer are similar to the roadster, offering slightly differing packages, including wired-spoke wheels, lower set clip-on handlebars, shorter fenders and a front beak.

In addition, all five models will boast LED lighting, including modern instrumentation. 

Upcoming CFMOTO 450SR looks enticing in the latest photos shared by the Chinese motorcycle manufacturer.

  • the 450SR is set to be available globally later this year.
  • powered by 450cc parallel-twin DOHC engine that makes 50hp and 39Nm. 

CFMOTO gains worldwide attention especially in Asia and Europe with their impressive range of motorcycles including the CL700, NK650, and the 650GT.

The brand is known for bringing bike bike to the budget-conscious market including the quarter litre sportbike, the 250SR.

However, CFMOTO is about to expand the SR range with the all-new 450SR.

First caught our attention as a concept at EICMA 2021, the upcoming 400cc sportbike is inching closer to production based on a latest images shared by the company via its social media platform.


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Needless to say, the production motorcycle seems to lost some of the premium features found in the concept bike. Gone are the dual Brembo brakes at the front, in place of a single radially mounted Brembo callipers while the SC Project exhaust is replaced by a stock in-house unit.

Nonetheless, the CFMOTO 450SR still looks sharp and beautifully built, with an aesthetics reminiscent of a race bikes. Despite losing out on some features, the motorcycle still complemented by an aggressive bodywork and sporty paint job.

Powering the 450SR is a 450cc parallel-twin DOHC engine with 270-degree crank capable of pumping 50hp @ 9,500rpm and 39Nm @ 7,600rpm with a compression ratio of 11.1:5.

Power is delivered to the rear wheel via a final chain drive mated to a six-speed transmission.

Other notable features include a 5-inch TFT curved instrument display with smartphone connectivity and USB charging port.

The CFMOTO 450SR is expected to be available worldwide later this year.

Naked, sport, supermoto, adventure and enduro flavours of the rumoured KTM 490 range confirmed, launches later this year.


New CFMoto 450SR middleweight sport will reportedly launch in Malaysia during MotoGP this October.


A lot of people tend to agree that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but this particular 2020 BMW S 1000 RR lookalike might just turn a few heads. It might look like the all-powerful German superbike, but it’s actually a Chinese copy. Everyone, say hello to the Moto S450RR! (more…)


  • Husqvarna Motorcycles telah melancarkan motosikal Husqvarna FC 450 Edisi Rockstar 2018 yang serba baru.
  • Pelancaran itu telah diadakan bersempena dengan pengenalan barisan penunggang bagi pasukan Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing 2018 untuk siri kejohanan AMA Supercross Championship musim hadapan.
  • Motosikal FC 450 serba baru itu dilengkapi dengan enjin satu-silinder 450cc yang dibikin semula, kotak gear lima kelajuan Pankl Racing, kerangka yang teramat ringan dengan sub-rangka karbon fiber, dan bermacam-macam lagi kelengkapan.


Husqvarna Motorcycles has just launched the all-new 2018 Husqvarna FC 450 Rockstar Edition.

The launch was made in conjunction of the introduction of the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing 2018 rider line-up for next season’s AMA Supercross Championship.

The all-new FC 450 features a reworked 450cc single-cylinder engine, Pankl Racing five-speed gearbox, super lightweight frame with carbon-fibre sub-frame, and many more.

In conjunction with the introduction of the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing 2018 rider line-up for next year’s AMA Supercross Championship, Husqvarna Motorcycles is proud to introduce the updated 2018 Husqvarna FC 450 Rockstar Edition. (more…)



  • KTM Amerika Utara telah mengumumkan dua model motosikal KTM Six Days 2018 edisi khas serba baru bersempena dengan perlumbaan ‘off-road’ International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) tahun ini.
  • Dua model baru 2018 adalah KTM 300 XC-W Six Days dan KTM 450 EXC-F Six Days yang didatangkan dengan grafik istimewa serta pelbagai bentuk
    kemaskini prestasi.
  • Kedua-dua model ini telah diletakkan pada harga €9,298 (kira-kira RM46,104) bagi KTM 300 XC-W Six Days dan €10,499 (kira-kira RM52,060) untuk KTM 450 EXC-F Six Days.


KTM North America has just announced two brand new 2018 KTM Six Days special edition models in conjunction with this year’s International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) off-road race.

The two new 2018 models are the KTM 300 XC-W Six Days and KTM 450 EXC-F Six Days come with special graphics plus a whole list of performance upgrades.

Both models have been priced at €9,298 (around RM46,104) for the KTM 300 XC-W Six Days and €10,499 (around RM52,060) for the KTM 450 EXC-F Six Days.

Two very special 2018 KTM Six Days special edition models have been unveiled by KTM North America following the manufacturer’s extensive success in the off-road racing scene. The two new 2018 models which are the KTM 300 XC-W Six Days and KTM 450 EXC-F Six Days were chosen as the perfect platforms to further accentuate the two very successful off-road models. (more…)

The 2018 Husqvarna FS 450 was announced by the Swedish manufacturer as their latest race-ready supermoto race bike.

The latest FS 450 has a brand new anti-hopping clutch mechanism sourced from race expert, Suter.

The supermoto is powered by Husqvarna’s 449cc single-cylinder engine which churns out around 63hp that drives all that power down to the rear wheel via a five-speed gearbox.

Want to be a part of the Supermoto scene but don’t want the hassle of building and customising your own race machine? Well, one Swedish manufacturer has you covered. We are of course referring to the latest 2018 Husqvarna FS 450, the race-ready supermoto with all the tech goodies. (more…)


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