Motorcycle Technology

Historical racing bike illustrations: 1972 Laverda 750SFC, in the September issue – Roadracing World Magazine

Featured in the September 2022 issue of Roadracing World: In 1873 Pietro Laverda founded Laverda as a manufacturer of agricultural equipment. Between the First and Second World Wars, the company was a leader in the mechanization of agricultural equipment. After World War II, Laverda saw the need for cheap transport …

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Shops: Royal Enfield North America, in the September issue – Roadracing World Magazine

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. Featured in the September 2022 issue of Roadracing World: Pop Quiz: Which brand has been making motorcycles the longest? The answer is Royal Enfield, which has been producing motorcycles continuously since 1901. And Royal Enfield is also one of the largest motorcycle manufacturers, currently …

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Top 11 Asian Motorcycle Brands

You may not know the history of the motorcycle. The events following World War II provided many new approaches to dealing with a dire situation. The appeal of motorcycles began to increase. By studying the history of motorcycles, you may learn more about their creation and development. The motorcycle has …

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Honda introduces 10 or more new electric motorcycles by 2025 – Roadracing World Magazine

Honda Motorcycle Business Briefing Summary – Achieve carbon neutrality with a focus on electrification – September 13, 2022 Striving to achieve carbon neutrality for all of its motorcycle products during the 2040s, as a primary goal of environmental strategies for motorcycle companies, Honda will accelerate the electrification of its motorcycle …

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Yamaha launches track-only R1 for 2023

Yamaha has been keeping its shoes tied lately. Between the brand’s successes on the track since Quartararo set the fastest time at the Misano tests, the release in 2022 of the brand from its “Certified Pre-Owned” platformand Signing of Yammie into the Exchangeable Battery Consortiumthe brand barely gave a breather …

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2022 Mercedes A35 AMG review, first drive

While other luxury car makers are busy releasing “normal” luxury cars, Mercedes has done that and more. The brand enjoyed great success with the E-Class of sedans and SUVs as well as the fanfare of the S-Class derivatives of vehicles. However, there is one thing that surprisingly gets more attention …

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September 2022 – Roadracing World Magazine

On the front cover: There’s a reason that’s the view challengers typically have.Defending MotoAmerica Superbike Champion Jake Gagne, nono matter how good they think they are. Photo by Brian J. Nelson. Roadracing World & Motorcycle Technology is THE definitive source for motorcycle racing, riding and technology information. — World of …

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Aprilia introduces the ultra-exclusive 230hp RSV4 XTrenta – Roadracing World Magazine

Aprilia RSV4 XTrenta APRILIA’S RACING ENGINEERING AND MOTOGP TECHNOLOGY COMES TO THE MOST EXTREME, HIGH-PERFORMANCE AND MOST EXCLUSIVE APRILIA RSV4 EVER CHARACTERIZED BY REFINED AERODYNAMICS, THE RSV4 XTRENTA IS THE WORLD’S FIRST MOTORCYCLE EQUIPPED WITH A REAR AND LOWER WING UNPRECEDENTED PERFORMANCE FOR MAXIMUM PLEASURE ON THE TRACK: 230 HP …

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10 things only true enthusiasts know about the Honda VFR750R RC30

When the first Honda VFRs hit the mean streets of the 80s, they were revolutionary machines. First, they weren’t 2-strokes, and second, they weren’t inline 4s. Any engine configuration has its pros and cons, and the V4 is no exception. They are complex machines, both to build and to work …

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“Lane assist” technology on the way?

Honda has filed a series of design drawings that confirm it is working on a driver assistance system that aims to make the bike safer. With the recent introduction of radar-assisted cruise control on a whole host of fat bikes, it seems like the obvious next step is a lane …

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MV Agusta factory tour, August issue – Roadracing World Magazine

Featured in the August 2022 issue of Roadracing World: MV Agusta has its roots in a northern Italian aircraft company established in 1923 by the Sicilian Count Giovanni Agusta, who designed and built his first aircraft in 1907. After his death in 1927, his son Domenico diversified the company in …

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Control Your Motorcycle’s Throttle | Electronic design

What you will learn: The global motorcycle market is expected to grow from USD 298.58 billion in 2021 to USD 485.67 billion in 2028 with a CAGR of 7.2. As motorcycle technology continues to integrate more safety, comfort and luxury systems, switch manufacturers will adapt and combine traditional electro-technical products …

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In Rwanda, a Singaporean company selling electric motorcycles is courting bikers who are fed up with high prices at the pump

Mr. Ting, a converted Muslim, has an Indonesian wife and a Singaporean daughter, both living in Jakarta. His daughter has just started university and Mr Ting said she felt “comfortable” there. Moreover, he prefers to focus on his work in Rwanda, noting that even family could be a “distraction” in …

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MV Agusta Factory Tour: The Phoenix Keeps Rising, August Issue – Roadracing World Magazine

In the August 2022 issue of Road racing world: MV Agusta has its roots in a northern Italian aircraft company established in 1923 by the Sicilian Count Giovanni Agusta, who designed and built his first aircraft in 1907. After his death in 1927, his son Domenico diversified the company in …

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How Aprilia turned the V4 RS-GP into a winner, in the August issue – Roadracing World Magazine

In the August 2022 issue of Road racing world: The moment for Aprilia’s MotoGP revolution came in 2019, when parent company Piaggio decided it had to go big or go home. In other words, start spending money on MotoGP or stop. The result of this change in philosophy was a …

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Honda World Cup | August 4, 2022 “Honda signs agreement to transfer shares of Honda Lock Mfg. to MinebeaMitsumi”

TOKYO, Japan, August 4, 2022 – Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (Honda) today announced the signing of an agreement to transfer all shares of Honda Lock Mfg. Co., Ltd. (Honda Lock), a fully consolidated company. subsidiary of Honda, to MinebeaMitsumi Inc., a manufacturer of machinery components and electronic devices. Amid major …

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Motorcycle Market Analysis, Growth Opportunities, Future

motorcycle market The Global Motorcycles Market Report from Global Insight Services is the only authoritative source of information on the Motorcycles market. The report will provide you with an analysis of the impact of the latest market disruptions such as the Russian-Ukrainian war and Covid-19 on the market. The report …

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All-electric: Arc’s ‘human-machine interface’ requires volunteers

In the spirit of throwing ponies in today’s powersports industry, electric motorcycle brand Arc has continued to contribute to the community’s focus on safety technology with its unit of choice, the Arc Vector. We are currently awaiting former MotoGP and BSB rider James Ellison, who helped the marque make some …

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Roam Electric has partnered with Kengra Logistics to launch electric motorcycles in Western Kenya

Swedish electric vehicle manufacturer Roam has teamed up with Kitale-based Kengra Logistics Limited to unveil next-generation electric motorcycle technology in western Kenya. With rising fuel prices in the country, the introduction of electric technology will help reduce fuel consumption and cost of operations among motorists in the region. The technology …

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“The Future of Motorcycles” – Zero Motorcycles…

where it started BACK in 2006, when Zero Motorcycles was known at Electricross, Neal Saiki, a former NASA engineer and innovator, designed ‘The Drift’. A powerful electric motocross bike, which had the power of a Honda CRF150 and weighed only 140 pounds So great was the enthusiasm for The Drift …

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Louis Eugene Rowe | The Gazette

Louis Eugene Rowe Williamsburg Louis Eugene Rowe was born September 1, 1953 in Williamsburg, Iowa, the son of Ernest and Florine (Iburg) Rowe. He attended Williamsburg High School, graduating with the class of 1971. Louis joined the United States Navy in 1971. He received his school leaving certificate from the …

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August 2022 – Roadracing World Magazine

On the front cover: Matteo Ferrari (11) on an Energica spec race bike in a unique brandMotoE race in Assen. The Italian electric sportbike maker is moving from racing itself in Europe to racing against gas-powered race bikes in RSD Super Hooligan races with MotoAmerica in the United States. Photo …

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Interview: Indian VP Gary Gray explains why Indian Races Baggers – Roadracing World Magazine

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. Featured in the July 2022 issue of Roadracing World: Some companies consider road racing only suitable for promoting sports motorcycle sales, and some complain if a motorcycle they define as intended for road use is even taken to a racetrack. So why does Indian …

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Bike Intro: 2022 Yamaha XSR900, in the July issue – Roadracing World Magazine

Featured in the July 2022 issue of Roadracing World: I remember a line from the 2004 documentary “The Persuaders,” a look at the rise of highly paid consultants who use technology to enhance the emotional appeals they use to sell everything from popcorn to presidents: “Everything works now. You know, …

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James Ellison wrote to refine Arc Vector’s innovation…

The Arc Vector is only 10 weeks away from its first deliveries, and the testing process has progressed down to the smallest detail. The Vector is an innovative design, using Hub Center Steering (HCS) and a carbon front swingarm instead of conventional forks. It’s not a completely unique approach, certainly …

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Honda World Cup | July 21, 2022 “Honda hosts world premiere of all-new Civic Type R”

Based on the Civic Hatchback, which has been well received in the market, the low and wide packages have been continued to improve the driving performance of the Type R model. In addition, a forward field of vision with a wide road view was introduced with the aim of providing …

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MotoGP interview: Kingmaker Aki Ajo, in the July issue – Roadracing World Magazine

Featured in the July 2022 issue of Roadracing World: Aki Ajo is the most successful team manager in the MotoGP paddock. Over the past decade he has guided Marc Marquez, Johann Zarco, Brad Binder, Pedro Acosta and others to world championships. What is his secret? “That’s when I called my …

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MotoGP analysis: Bastianini/Martin are still rivals, in the July issue – Roadracing World Magazine

Featured in the July 2022 issue of Roadracing World: In the summer of 1966, Sports Illustrated magazine sent journalist Bob Ottum to hang out with Giacomo Agostini, multiple-time world motorcycle champion, part-time movie star, and full-time Italian Stallion idol. At the end of his visit, Ottum assumed Ago’s work thus: …

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Connected motorcycle market: segmented: by service, by

New York, July 13. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Connected Motorcycle Market: Segmented: By Service, By Connectivity Solution, By Propulsion, and Region – Global Size, Share Analysis and Trends for 2019 -2020 and forecast to 2031″ – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06288786/?utm_source=GNW A connected motorcycle is an intelligent …

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By Service, by Connectivity Solution, by Propulsion and Region – Global Market Size, Share and Trend Analysis 2019-2020 and Forecast to 2031

ReportLinker The connected motorcycle market exceeds 4,759 USD. 3 million by 2031 from USD 92.2 million in 2021 at a CAGR of 48.3% in future years i.e. 2021-31. Product presentation New York, July 13. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Connected Motorcycle Market: Segmented: By …

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Bosch launches new eBike products and features, including new ABS

Bosch eBike Systems is showcasing eBike innovations for model year 2023 at Eurobike (July 13-17 in Frankfurt), including a new anti-lock braking system (ABS). Improper braking is one of the main causes of bicycle accidents. The front wheel brake of a bicycle is crucial for a short braking distance. But …

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Sponsored / Plan your bike adventure with SW-Motech.us

Long before the first BMW GS hit the scene in the 1980s, many bikers used their motorcycles as adventure bikes, taking them on-road and off-road, traveling far and wide and hauling everything but the kitchen sink. kitchen. During World War II, scouts and messengers were content with canvas or leather …

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Zontes Motorcycles arrives in India

More Automotive With a total investment of over $388 million, Zontes was founded in 2003. The UK, Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, Brazil, Malaysia, Thailand and other countries are among the 55 countries where Zontes motorcycles are currently available. Zontes collaborates with Adishwar Auto Ride India PVT. LTD (AARI) to …

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Jedi FR 750 Neo-Retro Roadster launched in China

Jinan Jedi Motorcycle Technology Ltd, or Jedi Motors, a Chinese two-wheeler manufacturer, has launched the neo-retro FR 750 roadster in its home market. Unlike most Chinese brands that are known for producing lookalikes of popular bikes, Jedi did things differently, and the FR 750 is proof of that. It’s hard …

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Chinese motorcycle brand Zontes partners with Adishwar Auto to enter Indian market, Auto News, ET Auto

The Chinese motorcycle brand, according to Adishwar Auto, specializes in producing motorcycles with state-of-the-art industrial equipment on a robotic production line and up to 80% of its components are produced in-house to keep quality under control. Mumbai: Chinese premium motorcycle brand Zontes has partnered with Hyderabad-based Adishwar Auto Ride to …

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Adishwar Auto Ride Partners With Zontes Motorcycles To Offer Range In India

Adishwar Auto Ride India (AARI) has announced the launch of Chinese motorcycle brand Zontes in the country. The company already sells Benelli, Keeway and Moto Morini brands in India and Zontes is the newest addition here. Founded in 2003, Zontes belongs to Guangdong Tayo Motorcycle Technology Co. Ltd. and produces …

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Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha to phase out several models this year: report

Reports from Asia indicate that the Big Four are on the verge of a big elimination. Japan-based Nikkei, the world’s largest financial newspaper, says Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha plan to drop around 20 motorcycles from their lineups. Of course, increasingly stringent emission standards are to blame. This time it’s …

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Chronicle Archive | Marion 200 Mile International Road Race

larry laurent | June 26, 2022 Cycle news Archives COLUMN This Cycle news The Archives section is a reprint of the June 30, 2010 issue. NC has hundreds of past Archives columns of our files, too many of which are themselves archives. So to prevent this from happening, in the …

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Intro: Pirelli Diablo Rosso IV Corsa, in the June issue – Roadracing World Magazine

Featured in the June 2022 issue of Roadracing World: At the pointed end of our ECU/IMU-moderated 200-horsepower motors and computer-modeled chassis, we have the humble pneumatic tire. Although modern tires are clearly recognizable to engineers of the last century as, well, tires, the dark art of chemistry and catalysts has …

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Steve Harris, pioneering motorcycle engineer, has died

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of a key member of our industry’s history. Steve Harris – the face behind the famous Harris Performance Products line and a brilliant engineer in his own right – was known as the go-to man for the privateer motorcycle racing …

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Legendary motorcycle engineer Steve Harris has died

After iconic motorcycle engineer Steve Harris sold Harris Performance to Royal Enfield in 2015, the Royal Enfield Twins American Flat Track entry has remained the company’s highest-profile project. However, prior to the acquisition, the Hertford, England-based company specialized in road racing around the world. Self-taught Harris first made a name …

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Norton Motorcycles launches the redesigned V4SV – the definitive British Superbike

(Eds: Disclaimer: The following press release is provided to you under an agreement with Newsvoir. PTI assumes no editorial responsibility for it.)Hosur, Tamil Nadu, India (NewsView) • V4SV is a superb tribute to Norton’s 100 years of racing prowess and success at the Isle of Man TT – imagined on …

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Triumph’s TE-1 electric motorcycle prototype complete: full reveal July 12

Triumph’s first electric motorcycle prototype (TE-1) has been in the works for some time now. The project was launched in May 2019 and divided into four phases. Triumph has now revealed that the prototype electric motorcycle has completed its final testing phase, with a full reveal scheduled for July 12 …

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Energica Sets New Bar for Electric Touring Motorcycles with Experia Long Range

If you’re interested in two-wheeled electric mobility and haven’t heard of Energica, you need to pay attention. Energica Motor Company manufactures electric motorcycles from its headquarters in Modena, Italy – the heart of the exotic and the home of Ferrari, De Tomaso, Lamborghini, Pagani and Maserati. Now over ten years …

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June 2022 – Roadracing World Magazine

On the front cover: Corey Alexander (23) was flying his Tytlers Cycle/RideHVMC Racing BMW M 1000 RR at Road Atlanta, where he won the Stock 1000 race. At VIR for the upcoming MotoAmerica round, Alexander found himself buried in the Airfence during Q2 and did not run. Photo by Brian …

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Motorcycle Instrument Cluster Market: Global Growth Prospects

Motorcycle Instrument Cluster Market – Overview The motorcycle instrument cluster is one of the most essential features of a motorcycle. It consists of a number of indicators and gauges that indicate various aspects relating to the operation of the motorcycle. The most common components of a motorcycle instrument cluster are …

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Connected Motorcycle Market Overview, Trends, Growth, Demand,

New York, Global Insight Services’ Global Connected Motorcycles Market Report is the only authoritative source of information on the connected motorcycles market. The report will provide you with an analysis of the impact of the latest market disruptions such as the Russian-Ukrainian war and Covid-19 on the market. The report …

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New LiveWire S2 Del Mar Billed As Electric Urban Street Tracker (Update) – Roadracing World Magazine

Update: 100 Del Mar Launch Edition models sold out in 18 minutes. LIVEWIRE REVEALS THE S2 DEL MAR ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE Reservations are open for 100 Del Mar Launch Edition models expected to begin deliveries in Spring 2023 MILWAUKEE, Wis. (May 10, 2022) – LiveWire™ is poised to bring advanced design, …

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Subaru BRZ Luggage Test Drive | What is the size of the trunk?

According to specifications, the second-generation Subaru BRZ trunk has 6.26 cubic feet of space. In fact, that’s only partially true. I got this number from the Toyota GR86 specs because I couldn’t find the BRZ number on the Subaru website. So I was lazy and just went with the Toyota …

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There are a ton of F1 Car-Sounding motorcycles for sale now

When the Honda CBX Super Sport launched in 1978, it was briefly the fastest motorcycle in the world, winning reviews with its speed but failing to captivate the buying public. Despite this, it is a classic motorcycle that deserves to be considered, and I just found a lot of them …

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Trackday 2022 Yearbook – Roadracing World Magazine

On the front cover: Nick Ienatsch, Chief Instructor and CEO of Yamaha Champions Riding School / ChampU, uses a 2022 Yamaha MT900SP three-cylinder to lead instructors Chris Peris, Eziah Davis, Cody Wyman and Michael Henao to Turn 5 at India Motorsports Ranch in Willcox, Arizona. Photo by Joe Salas/4theriders.com The …

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Decision time / Ten tips for buying an adventure bike

It looks like 2022 is the year of the adventure bike! There has never been a time in the history of motorcycling when brands have focused so much on this segment. There was a street bike era; cafe racers have had their time, even scooters, but over the past five …

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Honda World Cup | April 26, 2022 “Honda joins the ’30 by 30 Biodiversity Alliance’ in Japan”

Recognizing the possibility that its corporate activities could affect biodiversity, as early as the 1960s, Honda began to put significant effort into activities that lead to the conservation of biodiversity, including reforestation activities and recycling and reuse of industrial water in its factories. In 1976, Honda began a program to …

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CLC Students Receive Medals in National SkillsUSA Competition (copy) | News

GRAND RAPIDS – Students from the Wexford-Missaukee Career Technical Center recently participated in the SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skills Conference in Grand Rapids. They represented their programs, communities and schools with exceptional professionalism, work ethic and demeanor. Here are the results of this year’s contest: Business Management Administration (BMA): Jaylyn …

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Motorbike power steering? Yamaha develops revolutionary technology

Yamaha will use the prototype of the new electric power steering system on its YZ450FM and YZ250F motocross bikes. By : HT automatic office | Updated: April 19, 2022, 4:01 PM Yamaha YZF-R15 Yamaha has announced that it is working on new motorcycle technology that could change the riding dynamics …

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Forcite delivers the future of helmet technology with MK1S

Sydney-based Australian company Tech Forcite has delivered on its promise to change the face of motorcycle technology with the launch of its MK1S smart helmet. The feature-packed cover offers a patented visual alert system, and built-in camera and audio functionality. Designed to meet ECE 22.05 safety certification, the helmet is …

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Racing history: When two-strokes took over the Daytona 200, in the April issue – Roadracing World Magazine

From the April 2022 issue of Roadracing World: The motorcycling world has never known a greater earthquake than the convulsion that transformed it in the early 1970s, when the dominant British industry collapsed under the Japanese onslaught and the circuits of the around the world have been taken over by …

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Ideanomics & Energica wants to power everything with electric motorcycles

After electric vehicle company Ideanomics celebrated its successful acquisition of Italian electric motorcycle company Energica last month, the duo held an investor and analyst day at the Nasdaq this week. With Electrek In attendance, we heard firsthand from executives from both companies about how Energica’s cutting-edge technology will now benefit …

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Historic Race Bike Illustrations: 1980s AMA Superbikes, April Issue – Roadracing World Magazine

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. Featured in the April 2022 issue of Roadracing World: Citing the need to reduce horsepower and weight to avoid tire problems and address safety issues with top speed versus clearance room, AMA Superbike officials decided to downsize the 1025 cc to 750 cc engine …

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26th Annual Roadracing World Young Guns, in the April issue – Roadracing World Magazine

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. Featured in the April 2022 issue of Roadracing World: 26th Annual Roadracing World Young Gun Awards Roadracing World launched this exclusive special feature recognizing the most promising young road racers as a response to the pessimists who claimed that North America had no new …

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Harley-Davidson brings back the night

Harley-Davidson is replacing its old favorite 883 Sportster with a new liquid-cooled 975cc Nightster. It is now arriving in Australian and New Zealand showrooms at A$23,995 in black (NZ$25,495) and A$24,300 in gray or red ($26,330). This is the first of the 975cc versions of the Revolution 1250cc liquid-cooled engines …

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Army Of Darkness: Endurance 2021 Part 3: The Gray Birds Win! – Magazine of the world of road racing

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. Featured in the April 2022 issue of Roadracing World: “We had won the season opener but then lost the next two races, leaving us second in championship points with two races to go in the season. After taking the time to assess where we …

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Race Analysis: Interview with 2022 BSB Champion Mackenzie in the April issue – Roadracing World Magazine

Featured in the April 2022 issue of Roadracing World: While most people were recovering from the holidays, Tarran Mackenzie was trying to get a broken leg fixed in time to defend his British Superbike Championship (BSB). Mackenzie broke his right shin and dislocated his shoulder when he took a heavy …

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MotoGP analysis: Comparing the 2022 MotoGP race bikes, in the April issue – Roadracing World Magazine

Featured in the April 2022 issue of Roadracing World: MotoGP Editor-in-Chief Mat Oxley gets to grips with the machines from each of the manufacturers competing in the MotoGP World Championship. From aerodynamics to ergonomics, electronics to hydraulics (as in lowering devices), Oxley details the differences in each, laying out each …

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10 classic motorcycles we want to make a comeback

Over the years all the major manufacturers have had their time in the sun, all have produced some sensational motorcycles. Some of these bikes just stayed in production, Suzuki for example hit the dirt with the Gixxer series and just kept updating and improving the model until today. Other manufacturers …

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Sneak Peek: 2022 BMW M 1000 RR — Ultimate Evolution, in the April Issue – Roadracing World Magazine

Featured in the April 2022 issue of Roadracing World: During the 2021 Bol d’Or 24 Hour World Endurance Championship (EWC) race, I was invited into the BMW Motorrad factory garage, asked to take a close look at the parts that go into a winning machine. at this level of competition. …

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April 2022 – Roadracing World Magazine

On the front cover: Brandon Paasch (96) rode a Triumph Street Triple RS 765 to victory in the 80th Daytona 200, giving the 20-year-old back-to-back wins over two different brands in America’s richest motorcycle road race . Photo by Brian J. Nelson. Roadracing World & Motorcycle Technology is THE definitive …

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Global Connected Motorcycles Market (2022 to 2027): Advances in Connectivity (Cloud and 5G) and Consumer Demand for Smartphone Integration and Digital Dashboards Drive Growth – ResearchAndMarkets.com

The “global connected motorcycle market by service (driver assistance, safety, vehicle management and telematics, infotainment, insurance), network (cellular, DSRC), call service (eCall, bCall), end user, communication , Material and Region – Forecast to 2027” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global connected motorcycle market size is expected …

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Global Connected Motorcycles Market (2022 to 2027): Advances in Connectivity (Cloud and 5G) and Consumer Demand for Smartphone Integration and Digital Dashboards Drive Growth

DUBLIN, April 01, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “global connected motorcycle market by service (driver assistance, safety, vehicle management and telematics, infotainment, insurance), network (cellular, DSRC), call service (eCall , bCall), End User, Communication, Hardware and Region Report – Forecast to 2027” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global connected motorcycle …

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Honda World Cup | March 31, 2022 “HONDA MALAYSIA REACHES HISTORIC STEP OF 1 MILLION PRODUCTION UNITS”

Malacca, March 30, 2022 – Honda Malaysia (or the Company) today made history with the completion of 1 million production units since the Company began local assembly in 2003 at its manufacturing facility in Pegoh, Melaka. The Company celebrated this milestone with a ceremony marking the launch of the millionth …

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All Electric: Exro’s Coil Driver Prototype

Remember this new electric driver from Exro which boasted a 25% increase in energy efficiency? Well, the brand has now released a set of test specs to prove those numbers weren’t just hot air. This new technology is aimed at electric machines for more punch and maneuverability, with an electric …

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Yamaha plays with the power steering system for two wheels

With motorcycles becoming more and more technology driven, it sometimes feels like we’ve seen it all before when it comes to assistance and safety systems. Yamaha, however, seems to have discovered a rather unique type of motorcycle technology, as it reveals its own Electronic Power Steering (EPS) system for motorcycles. …

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Scammers target online bike sales

No sooner had I listed my 2018 Ducati Scrambler 1100 Sport on an online classifieds site than I started getting responses from scammers. They came through email, phone message and various social media platforms. The shortest was: Hello, what is your address? The longest and most elaborate began with: G’day …

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AOD’s N2/WERA Endurance Adventures Part 2 in March Issue – Roadracing World Magazine

Featured in the March 2022 issue of Roadracing World: “Confirmation bias describes the human tendency to accept evidence of prior beliefs while rejecting philosophically troubling and potentially contradictory data. If there’s one thing we’ve learned from Cassandra, it’s that awareness of a developing phenomenon isn’t always helpful. “AOD won the …

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TCCTC Students Succeed in SkillsUSA District Competitions | News

TAZEWELL VA – Thirty-four Tazewell County Career and Technical Center (TCCTC) students participated in this year’s district-level SkillsUSA competitions held at both the Tazewell County Career and Technical Center in Tazewell, Virginia and Smyth Career and Technology Center in Marion, Virginia. Tazewell County students competed against students from Smyth, Carroll, …

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MotoGP analysis: How Kalex took over Moto2, in the March issue – Roadracing World Magazine

Featured in the March 2022 issue of Roadracing World: A decade and a half ago, Klaus Hirsekorn and Alex Baumgartel (K and Alex for Kalex) worked for Holzer Motorsport, which ran Opel’s DTM motor racing operations and still works in the sport, building prototypes for Porsche and d other car …

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Honda World Cup | March 15, 2022 “Honda to install stationary fuel cell power plant on California campus as first step toward commercializing zero-emissions backup power generation”

TORRANCE, Calif., March 14, 2022 – Honda today announced plans to install a stationary fuel cell power plant at its corporate campus in Torrance, California by early 2023. The station will serve as a proof of concept for commercialization future of a power generation unit to be used as a …

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When Hogs Fly: Riding Kyle Wyman’s Harley-Davidson Road Glide 131 Bagger – Roadracing World Magazine

Featured in the March 2022 issue of Roadracing World: Extract: A bagger and a racetrack aren’t two things that really seem to go hand in hand with a positive outcome. Or at least not until 2020, when MotoAmerica hosted the King Of The Baggers invitational exhibition race at WeatherTech Raceway …

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Greenger and Honda Collaborate on Mini Electric Off-Road Bike – Roadracing World Magazine

Greenger and Honda Powersports release the first officially licensed CRF-E2 electric off-road bike for young people New model offers competitive balance of performance and value Available exclusively at U.S. Honda Powersports dealerships ONTARIO, Calif. (March 8, 2022) – Electric dirt bikes have become a realistic option for kids and their …

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TCCTC Students Excel in SkillsUSA Competition | Local News

BRISTOL HERALD MAIL Thirty-four Tazewell County Career and Technical Center (TCCTC) students participated in the district-level SkillsUSA competitions this year held at both the Tazewell County Career and Technical Center in Tazewell, Virginia and the Smyth Career and Technology Center in Marion, Virginia. Tazewell County students competed against students from …

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MotoGP riders split on ride height fixture as Marquez ur…

Marc Marquez has urged fellow MotoGP riders to lobby the Safety Commission to ban the controversial ‘ride height/holeshot’ device, fearing it could push top speeds to dangerous levels. Pioneered by Ducati, the device – which is activated by the rider to push the suspension down to improve ride and stability …

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Honda World Cup | March 4, 2022 “Honda to Issue US Dollar-Denominated Green Bonds (Direct Unsecured Bonds) to Accelerate Environmental Initiatives”

TOKYO, Japan, March 4, 2022 – Honda Motor Co., Ltd. announced today that the company will issue US dollar-denominated green bonds totaling US$2.75 billion for its initiatives to create a society that aims for zero environmental impact. The proceeds from the green bond issuance will be used exclusively for environmental …

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March 2022 – Roadracing World Magazine

On the front cover: When Hogs Fly: Racing Editor Chris Ulrich rides the Harley-Davidson Road Glide Special 131R of MotoAmerica King of the Baggers title winner Kyle Wyman at India Motorsports Ranch. Photo courtesy of Harley-Davidson. Roadracing World & Motorcycle Technology is THE definitive source for motorcycle racing, riding and …

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Where to Ride in March: Track Days, Schools and Races – Roadracing World Magazine

The following track days, riding schools and racing events are scheduled by organizations based in the United States and Canada in March 2022. Motorcycle track days, riding schools and races are published under the Events Calendar tab on the homepage of this website, or you can go directly to the …

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LiveWire Opens Experience Center in Malibu, CA – Roadracing World Magazine

FIRST IMMERSIVE LIVEWIRE EXPERIENCE CENTER OPENS IN MALIBU, CALIFORNIA LiveWire Announces Future Finance Purchase Option for LiveWire ONE Motorcycles MILWAUKEE, WI – The first LiveWire™ Experience Center, designed to deliver a fully immersive experience centered around the LiveWire ONE™ all-electric motorcycle, has opened in Malibu, California. Inspired by the moving …

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Intro: Ducati Multistrada V4 Pikes Peak 2022, in the February issue – Roadracing World Magazine

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. Featured in the February 2022 issue of Roadracing World: Extract: “Do you want to take one off-road?” Someone asked me. “I’ve driven the (Multistrada) 1260 off-road, and I think this one would be even better,” I replied. I was speaking with Ducati Brand Ambassador …

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Enter to win a set of Dunlop Q3+ tyres! – Magazine of the world of road racing

The Roadracing World 2022 Reader Survey Part 3 is brought to you by Dunlop. The winner of this survey will win a set of Dunlop Q3+ motorcycle tires in the sizes of their choice. The Q3+ was engineered at Dunlop’s headquarters in Buffalo, NY, extensively tested at Dunlop’s proving grounds …

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Smart helmet start-up with global ambition raises $6 million

Sydney-based motorcycle technology The Forcite company raised nearly $6 million in its latest funding round, money that will be used to fuel global expansion. Founded in 2013, the company has delivered nearly 1,400 smart headphones across Australia and maintains a waiting list of over 13,000. About half of this demand …

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Motorcycling Organizations Meet USDOT Secretary – Roadracing World Magazine

Leading motorcycling organizations meet Department of Transport Secretary Buttigieg The Motorcycle Industry Council, American Motorcyclist Association, and Motorcycle Safety Foundation Join Forces to Share Community and Motorcycle Industry Priorities with the U.S. Department of Transportation PICKERINGTON, Ohio— In a collaborative effort to raise awareness of key issues and opportunities facing …

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Enter to win a DID VR46 chain and Woodcraft frame sliders! – Magazine of the world of road racing

The Roadracing World 2022 Reader Survey Part 2 is brought to you by DID and Woodcraft. The winner of this survey will win a DID VR46 Rossi X-Ring sealed drive chain, valued at $146.50-$196.33 depending on application, and a set of Woodcraft frame sliders with new inserts optional Cerakote tints, …

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February 2022 – Roadracing World Magazine

On the front cover: Josh Herrin drives through the infield at Daytona International Speedway during an AHRMA event in January, driving the 955cc Ducati Panigale V2, he will race against 600cc to 750cc four-cylinder and 675 three-cylinder motorcycles 798cc in the new look, March 2022 Daytona 200. Herrin won the …

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Enter for a chance to win a new Arai Corsair-X RSW Trico helmet! – Magazine of the world of road racing

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. The Roadracing World 2022 Reader Survey Part 1 is brought to you by Arai Helmet, Inc. Arai Helmet, Inc. offers one winner a Arai Corsair-X RSW Trico Helmetvalued at $999.95. Arai is proud to present the Arai Corsair-X in the RSW Trico graphic. Perhaps …

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A chance to invest in Forcite

Australian smart helmet maker Forcite has attracted $6 million from investors and crowdfunding as it prepares to launch the Forcite MK1S, an updated version of its first smart helmet, in the coming months. There is still a little time to invest in this growing small business – more information. Forcite …

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The future of motorcycling is about to be much more automated

The arrival of self-driving cars has created a lot of uncertainty about the future of motorcycling. AI-driven automobiles are intelligent, logical machines with cutting-edge technology and innovative safety systems. Motorcycles are rather antiquated in comparison. Motorcycles can be deadly, out of control and thrilling to ride. However, how will they …

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Jonathan Bettinger Obituary (1972 – 2022) – Phoenix, AZ

Jonathan Scott Betting 1972 – 2022 Phoenix, AZ—Beloved father, son, brother and friend, Jonathan Scott Bettinger died suddenly on January 17, 2022, at the age of 49. Jon was born March 11, 1972, in Cebu City, Philippines, to Cass and Carolyn Ford Bettinger (Boies), and moved with his family to …

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Where to Ride in February: Track Days, Schools and Races – Roadracing World Magazine

The following track days, riding schools and racing events are scheduled by organizations based in the United States and Canada in February 2022. Motorcycle track days, riding schools and races are posted under the Events Calendar tab on the home page of this website, or you can go directly to …

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Rhode Island: Proposed new budget for 2022 includes tax cut for motorcyclists

Rhode Island just had a budget proposal that could potentially provide a “sales tax exemption for the trade-in value of motorcycles” — and while the author may not be so happy about it, we’re intrigued by what it might mean for runners in Rhode Island. Let’s dig into it. Upriseri …

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Annual AMA Awards recognize MotoAmerica and Roadracing World – Roadracing World Magazine

2021 AMA Racing and Organizer Awards Announcement AMA Athletes of the Year, AMA Racers of the Year Recognized PICKERINGTON, Ohio— The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to recognize the winners of its 2021 AMA Racing and Organizer Awards, which are given to individuals and organizations who have distinguished themselves in …

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2021 AMA Racing and Organizer Awards Announcement

Press release | January 25, 2022 The American Motorcyclist Association has recognized individuals and organizations for its 2021 AMA Racing and Organizer Awards. This is a press release from the American Motorcyclist Association… Pickerington, OH (January 25, 2022) – The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to recognize the winners of …

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MotoGP analysis: Jim Redman, star of the 1960s, in the January issue – Roadracing World Magazine

Featured in the January 2022 issue of Roadracing World: On September 17, 1961, Mike Hailwood on a four-cylinder RC162 won the 250cc Swedish Grand Prix at Kristianstad and with this victory secured Honda’s first world championship. Jim Redman finished the race in fourth, completing a top-four sweep for Hwave. The …

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Motorcycle sales and tech trends for 2022

As we enter 2022, we look forward to another year of unique opportunities, game-changing technologies and, hopefully, market recovery. The past two years have been difficult for many people. Simply put, the pandemic has changed the way many of us viewed our jobs, our spending habits, and even our definition …

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Shops: 619 Kneedraggrz, in the January issue – Roadracing World Magazine

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. Featured in the January 2022 issue of Roadracing World: “When I first started racing, one of the biggest challenges I faced was transporting my bike and my stuff around the circuit. I only had a car that couldn’t tow anything, so I had to …

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Where Are They Now: Wes Cooley (RIP) – Roadracing World Magazine

The following article originally appeared in the January 2018 issue of Road racing world and motorcycle technology magazine. To read more articles like this subscribe to Roadracing World. Where are they now: Wes Cooley “If I won, that meant I would do my best…” By Michel Gougis Copyright 2018, Roadracing …

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Video: Inside the new Barber Advanced Design Center – Roadracing World Magazine

The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum looks to the future New advanced design center makes advanced design easier Birmingham, AL – Traditional museums only look back in time, but the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum is looking boldly into the future with the launch of its state-of-the-art Advanced Design Center. An interior …

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The 2021 MotoAmerica Champions, in the December issue – Roadracing World Magazine

© 2021, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. Featured in the December 2021 issue of Roadracing World: The MotoAmerica AMA / FIM North American road racing series crowned six new champions in the 2021 season. Here’s a recap of who won what in Moto America’s six full-time racing classes. —2021 MotoAmerica Champions, …

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Tech & Stuff: Cerence x Micware Team Up For Motorcycle Voice Assistance Platforms

Amid the gigantic advancements we’ve seen in electric mobility, there’s one niche of advancement we don’t often think of when it comes to motorcycles: voice assist technology. Of course, we don’t need it, but many manufacturers are already integrating voice assistance into their own branded motorcycles – from Harley-Davidson. Android …

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Historical illustrations of racing bikes: forensic illustrations, in the December issue – Roadracing World Magazine

© 2021, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. Featured in the December 2021 issue of Roadracing World: This month’s column is my attempt to answer the question “How do you create these detailed illustrations of racing bikes?” ” We all have talents; God gave me a fascination with everything mechanical and an …

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The size of the global connected motorcycles market is expected to

New York, December 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Connected Motorcycles Market by Hardware, Calling Service, Communication Type, Network Type, End User, Service, Motorcycle Type, Application, Propulsion and Region – Global Forecast to 2027 “- https://www.reportlinker.com/p05839846/?utm_source=GNW The growing demand for services such as rider …

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The global connected motorcycles market size is expected to grow from $ 55 million in 2021 to $ 757 million by 2027, at a CAGR of 54.7%

Factors such as the growing demand for connectivity devices in motorcycles, measures taken by governments to improve the safety of motorcyclists, the increased demand for real-time vehicle dynamics and motorcycle tracking have increased the demand for connected motorcycles. in the whole world. New York, December 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – …

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E-Xplorer SA to promote the FIM E-Xplorer World Cup Electric Racing Series – Roadracing World Magazine

E-Xplorer SA signs as official promoter of the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) ahead of the first FIM E-Xplorer World Cup E-Xplorer SA becomes the official promoter of the FIM series and the holder of the commercial rights ahead of the inaugural first season of the FIM E-Xplorer World Cup …

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Connected Motorcycle Market Worth $ 757 Million By 2027

CHICAGO, December 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – According to New Market Research Report “Connected motorcycle market by device (integrated, connected), call service, type of communication (V2V, V2I), type of network (C-V2X, DSRC), end user (private, commercial), service, type of motorcycle, application, propulsion and region – Global Forecast until 2027 …

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The coolest new motorcycles of 2021

This story is part of our year-end This Year in Gear series, bringing together the most notable releases of 2021. For all the sensations available in this world, there is nothing like the pleasure of riding a motorcycle. You drive a car, but you master a motorcycle – merging with …

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Biaggi Rides Electric Voxan to Motorcycle Speed ​​Record of 283 mph – Roadracing World Magazine

Max Biaggi, two-time Superbike World Champion and four-time 250cc Grand Prix World Champion, drove a Voxan Wattman to a series of ground speed records for an electric motorcycle, including a new average top speed record in both meaning 283,182 mph (455,737). km / h). The maximum one-way speed reached by …

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Norton Motorcycles unveils new Café Racer bike ahead of the big show

Legendary manufacturer Norton Motorcycles has unveiled the prototype of a new motorcycle. The V4CR is a Café Racer derivative of the company’s V4SV superbike. It is the first prototype designed, manufactured and built at the company’s recently opened global headquarters in Solihull. READ MORE: Huge festive biker parade to cross …

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Give me the key to 12 @VGR

In order to Nacon Connect which will be held on July 6, 2021, Nacon, a subsidiary of the French publisher BigBen Interactive, not only entrusted us with the WRC 10 Demo for which we concocted a taste, but also allowed us to access RiMS Racing upstream. It’s still a mechanical …

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Intro: 2022 Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1200 RR (with video) – Roadracing World Magazine

COPYRIGHT 2021, ROADRACING WORLD PUBLISHING, INC. Riding the 2022 Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1200 RR: a (super) sports bike for the streets Michael Gougis story Video directed by Sandra Gougis During a few new model intros, I got the impression that the guys in the company were just going with the …

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