- KTM 990 Adventure

KTM 990 Adventure Manufacturer KTM Production since 2006 Predecessor KTM 950 Adventure Class Dual-sport motorcycle Engine 999 cc 75° V-twin Bore / Stroke 101 × 62.4 mm (3.98 × 2.46 in) Compression ratio 11.5:1 Power 78 kW (105 hp) Torque 100 N·m (74 ft·lbf) @ 6,750 rpm Ignition type E-Starter Transmission 6 gears, dog clutch engagement Frame type Chromium-Molybdenum trellis frame, powder-coated with Aluminium subframe Suspension Front: WP USD 48 mm (1.9 in) diameter, 210 mm (8.3 in) travel Rear: WP mono shock PDS with hydr. spring preload - 210 mm (8.3 in) travel Brakes Front: 2 x Brembo two piston, floating caliper, floating brake disc, 300 mm (11.81 inch) Rear: Brembo two piston, floating caliper, floating brake disc 240 mm (9.45 inch) Optional Brembo two channel ABS Tires 90/90 R21 (front) 150/70 R18 (rear) Rake, Trail 119 mm (4.7 in) Wheelbase 1,570 mm (62 in) ± 10 mm (0.39 inch) Seat height 860 mm [read more...]

- Yamaha YZF-R125

The Yamaha YZF-R125, introduced in 2008, is a sport bike manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company. The 125 cc engine produces 11 kW (15 hp), making it learner-legal in many countries with a tiered system. The design is very similar to the other R-series motorcycles like the YZF-R6 and YZF-R1. · · Yamaha motorcycles Standard XS400 · XS500 · XS650 · XS750 · XS850 · XS1100 · SR500 · SRX 400/600 · FZX250 · FZX750 · XJ600/FJ600 · XJ600 Diversion · XJ900 · XJ900 Diversion · XJR400 · XJR1200 · XJR1300 · YX600 Radian Sport TZR250 · FZ750 Phazer · FZ400R · RD500LC · FZ750 · FZR250 · FZR400 · FZR600 · FZR750 · FZR1000 · YZF600R · YZF750 · YZF1000R · YZF-R6 · YZF-R7 · YZF-R1 · YZF-R125 · YZF-R15 · SZR660 · TRX850 · FZS600 Fazer · FZ6 · FZ8 & FAZER8 · FZ1 · FZ16 MotoGP YZR500 · YZR-M1 Touring / Sport touring Venture Royale · [read more...]

- List of Honda motorcycles

This list (which may have dates, numbers, etc.) may be better in a sortable table format. Please help improve this list or discuss it on the talk page. (November 2009) This article may contain too much repetition or redundant language. Please help improve it by merging similar text or removing repeated statements. (November 2009) Honda Motorcycles and scooters by engine size and model 49cc C100 - 1958–1962 C50 - "Super Cub" Honda NB50Aero 50 (NB50) Honda Beat (HondaFC50) CB50 Scrambler 50 (CL50) Sport (C110) Sport (SS50) Trail (CA100T) Chaly (CF 50) CRF 50 CT 50 DJ-1 DJ-1L DJ-1R DJ-1RR Dream 50R Elite 50 LX (SA50) Elite E (SB50) Elsinore (MR50) Express (NC50) Express II (NA50) Express SR (NX50) Gyro TG50 (NN50MD) MB5, MB50 Metropolitan Jazz (CHF 50) Metropolitan II (CHF50P) MBX, MBX50 MT5, MT50 MTX, MBTX50 Urban Express (NU50) Urban Express DX (NU50M) NS50F NSR50R Spree (NQ50) MiniMoto (QR50) Mini Trail (Z50A) Mini Trail (Z50M) Mini Trail (Z50R) Mini Trail [read more...]

- List of Moto Guzzi motorcycles

This is a list of motorcycles manufactured by Moto Guzzi. Current models 2003 saw the start of a substantial revitalization in Moto Guzzi's lineup and engineering work, beginning with the launch of a new V-twin in three displacements (the first Euro 3 compliant engine in the world.) A succession of new models has followed. Bellagio (936 cc) (since 2007): named after a town across Lake Como from the Moto Guzzi headquarters — features 'custom' styling, and a matt-black paint scheme. With a standard riding position, the Bellagio was introduced at EICMA 2006 (tentatively named the "940 Custom"), along with a new 1,200 cc, 8-valve engine, a 940 cc 4-valve engine, the new Griso 1200 and Norge 850. Though not currently available in North America, a recent Piaggio press release indicates the Bellagio is key to Guzzi's North American presence Breva – named after a breeze that blows across the Lago di Lecco, above whose shores the factory is located—in three [read more...]

- Honda NSR series

Honda NSR is a designation that applies to two types of two-stroke motorcycles from Honda. The NSR designation was used by Honda for both their factory Grand Prix racing machines built by the Honda Racing Corporation subdivision, and for the race replica motorcycles produced mainly for the Japanese market for general road use. The official factory racing machines series included: NSR250 NSR500 (and privateer-dedicated NSR500V) Neither racing model designation is currently in use, with the NSR500 having been replaced by the MotoGP RC211V series when the premiere class returned to four stroke motors, and the NSR250 being discontinued in favor of the RS250 model designation. The race replica series includes: Honda NSR50 Honda NSR125 Honda NSR150 Honda NSR250R [read more...]

- Honda CBR600F3

Honda CBR600F3 Manufacturer Honda Production 1995–1998 Predecessor CBR600F2 Successor CBR600F4 Class Sport bike Engine 599 cc liquid-cooled in-line four Bore / Stroke 65.0 × 45.2 mm (2.56 × 1.78 in) Torque 43.7 lb·ft (59.2 N·m) @ 10,000 rpm (Motorcycle Online) 42.8 lb·ft (58.0 N·m) @ 8,250 rpm (Sport Rider) Transmission Close ratio six-speed, chain drive Wheelbase 55.3 inches Dimensions L 2,055 mm (80.9in) W 685 mm (27.0 in) Seat height 810 mm Weight 185.0 kg (407.9 lb) (dry) 445 lb (Motorcycle Online) 462 lb (Sport Rider) 206 kg (454 lb) (Honda service manual) (wet) Fuel capacity 4.5 gallons, including 0.8-gallon reserve Related Honda CBR600RR The Honda CBR600F3 is a sport bike produced by Honda as part of the CBR series. The CBR600F3 was the third generation of Honda's super sport motorcycle. It replaced the F2 and was produced from 1995 to 1998. It brought new features such as a modified engine, ram-air intake and [read more...]

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