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Video: Honda City Adventure concept spotted testing

Production version of Honda City Adventure concept scooter spotted road testing, will reportedly be called ‘ADV’ or ‘X-ADV’. After a string rumours, it appears that...

Yamaha MWT-9 concept bound for production?

Sources report that the Yamaha MWT-9 concept three-wheeler will head for production within a year or two. Showcased during the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show last...

Honda Light Weight Super Sports concept production rumoured

Rumours indicate that the Honda Light Weight Super Sports concept could enter production as the 'Honda CBR250RR'. Another Honda rumour has gained traction on the...

Rumoured BMW G310R sport sibling debuts as TVS Akula 310

BMW G310R-based TVS Akula 310 concept racer debuts in India. Rumour finally became a reality during the recent Auto Expo in New Delhi, India when...

Six new MV Agusta models planned this year

MV Agusta will reportedly unleash a volley of six new models this year in both sport and naked forms. A credible source is reporting that...

MV Agusta-based Motul Onirika 2853 Concept bows in Verona

MV Agusta Brutale 800 takes on a different persona as the Motul Onirika 2853 Concept. Another bike that’s stealing the limelight away from the Ducati...

Ducati draXter concept debuts in Verona expo

Extreme and racy-looking Ducati draXter concept bows in annual Verona Motor Bike Expo. Last year, Ducati made its presence felt during the annual Vero Motor...

Roland Sands Yamaha MT-09 Faster Wasp unveiled (with video)

The ever popular and acclaimed Yamaha MT-09 has gone under the knife with Roland Sands Design (RSD), resulting in this special one-off Faster Wasp...

Honda CRF250 Rally coming soon

Japanese motorcycle powerhouse Honda is set to expand the CRF250 dirt bike model range very soon following reports of its intent at putting the...

Yamaha PES2 and PED2 concept EVs

As part of the brand’s technological tour-de-force in the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show, the Yamaha PES2 and PED2 concept bikes stand as the Japanese...