Archive for 'Parts Accesories'

Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade Sports Pack

Posted on 27. Jul, 2011 by admin.

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Posted on 07.27.2011 15:15 by Simona Filed under: Honda | Honda CBR | supersports | sportsbikes | parts accesories | limited edition | Motorcycles | Motorcycle Reviews | Honda Honda UK has announced the special Sports Package for the 2011 Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade . The new package will be available until the end of 2011 and will be offered for both standard and ABS-equipped versions

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Honda CB450 Cafe Racer "Bonita Applebum"

Posted on 04. Apr, 2011 by admin.

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Posted on 04.4.2011 21:15 by Simona Filed under: Honda | parts accesories | video | Honda CB | cafe racer | Motorcycles | Motorcycle Reviews | Honda The Honda CB450 Cafe Racer "Bonita Applebum" started its life as a 1971 Honda CB450 bought from eBay, and believe it or not, the bike was built in a small apartment. After buying all the items needed from eBay, Pepe Luque - the guy who now owns the bike - started to clean, paint, and spit polish every piece before installing them on the frame. Besides some minor fine-tuning, Luque worked on this project all by himself, including upsizing the main jets to compensate for the airflow in and out of the motor and replacing the Pirelli tires for some Firestones

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New Yamaha Motorcycle Parts

Posted on 17. Sep, 2010 by admin.

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Posted on 09.17.2010 16:15 by Wicked Speed Filed under: Yamaha | parts accesories | Yamaha V-Max | Motorcycles | Motorcycles Parts Accesories It’s time to make your 2-wheeled monster even cooler! Yamaha has released a slew of new motorcycle parts that are now available at your local Yamaha dealer.

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Triumph Street Triple R gets the Rizoma treatment

Posted on 31. Jul, 2010 by admin.

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Posted on 06.14.2010 09:10 by Maxx Biker Filed under: Triumph | roadster | industry news | parts accesories | Triumph Street Triple | Motorcycles | Motorcycle News Aftermarket parts supplier Rizoma recently worked their magic on Triumph’s Street Triple R and the result is at least remarkable.

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Harley-Davidson XR1200 café racer by Roland Sands

Posted on 06. May, 2010 by admin.

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Posted on 05.6.2010 15:20 by Maxx Biker Filed under: Harley-Davidson | industry news | parts accesories | Tuners | Harley Davidson XR | cafe racer | Motorcycles | Motorcycle News Former 250 racer Roland Sands recently finished work on his latest café racer, one that originally started life as a Harley-Davidson XR1200 .

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The Italian way to Triumph

Posted on 04. May, 2010 by admin.

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Posted on 05.4.2010 12:05 by Maxx Biker Filed under: Triumph | custom | Triumph Bonneville | industry news | parts accesories | Tuners | Motorcycles | Motorcycle News Italian customizing specialists Gallimoto have recently presented three new Triumph Bonneville specials that they’ve put together. Called Bonneville Six Days, Goldenboy and Bullitt, the English bikes with an Italian feel are pretty much the same, but oh so very different. The Bonneville Six Days is based on the current Bonnie and stand out thanks to a khaki green paint job, black wire wheels, biturbo twin shocks and new indicators

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The KTM side of a Honda CBR 1000F

Posted on 26. Apr, 2010 by admin.

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Posted on 04.26.2010 15:36 by Maxx Biker Filed under: Honda | Honda CBR | custom | parts accesories | Tuners | Motorcycles | Motorcycle News If someone had taken a look at KTM’s RC8 superbike and tried to build one in his own garage couldn’t have done a better job than the one done by Ian McElroy when, inspiring from the Austrian firm’s race-spec bike, has turned a 1987 Honda CBR 1000F into the nasty looking thing pictured above. The custom bike features angular lines and aluminum hand-crafted fenders as well as a new subframe.

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Yamaha XS650 by An-Bu

Posted on 21. Apr, 2010 by admin.

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Posted on 04.21.2010 11:51 by Maxx Biker Filed under: Yamaha | custom | parts accesories | Tuners | Motorcycles | Motorcycle News Although the Yamaha XS650 is a decades-old bike, custom builders still spot potential in the middleweight parallel-twin, SOHC motor powering it and still going strong today. For instance, the guys from a small shop called An-Bu in Nagoya, Japan have managed to transform it into a stripped-back custom that would make even Brad Pitt proud when sitting behind its short bars. The bike was stripped off its unnecessary parts and while the frame was modified for a lower and more aggressive stance, the original engine and wheels were kept

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Harley-Davidson XR124 is bad to the bone

Posted on 16. Apr, 2010 by admin.

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Posted on 04.16.2010 12:50 by Maxx Biker Filed under: Harley-Davidson | roadster | custom | parts accesories | Tuners | Harley-Davidson XR-1200 | Motorcycles | Motorcycle News Harley-Davidson is a little too much into their style, so they rarely come up with a bike that is truly bad to the bone. But most of their ideas are taken one step further by people such as Mike Wilson of Dyno Mike’s Dynamic Chassis and Sandy Kosman of Kosman Specialties , who have teamed up to build what they call the Harley-Davidson XR124.

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2010 Kawasaki Z1000 by Roaring Toyz

Posted on 15. Apr, 2010 by admin.

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Posted on 04.15.2010 11:43 by Maxx Biker Filed under: Kawasaki | roadster | custom | Kawasaki Z1000 | industry news | parts accesories | Tuners | Motorcycles | Motorcycle News The 2010 Kawasaki Z1000 is already one of the best Japanese nakeds around, but ways to make it better are always found either by riders individually or by tuners. These lasts have the habit of developing entire upgrade kits that set the bike miles away from its original state of new product that has just come out the factory gates. Take the 2010 Roaring Toyz Kawasaki Z1000 case for example

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