Fischer unveils his 650cc MRX Powersports Business

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Fischer unveils his 650cc MRX Powersports Business

Other stories that might interest you. March 31, 2004 Former AMA racer and Chicago native Dan Fischer revealed his 650cc sportbike at the Dealer Expo in Indianapolis, Feb. 14-16, and said he wants to begin deliveries of the 2005 model later this year. Fischer first publicly revealed his plan to build what he called the MR1000 in December 2002, but said that the bike, now coded as the MRX — his son’s initials, plus an “X” — has undergone a complete redesign since then. “The MRX features a new engine, a new chassis and new styling (compared to the MR1000),” Fischer told Powersports Business. “Plans to use the original 1000cc Rotax powerplant had to be shelved after objections ...

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This Motorcycle Floats, Climbs Mountains And Brings Down Enemy Helicopters…

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This Motorcycle Floats, Climbs Mountains And Brings Down Enemy Helicopters…

This Motorcycle Floats, Climbs Mountains, And Brings Down Enemy Helicopters Winter weather, unfortunately, remains in full force in much of the country with motorcycle owners anxiously looking at the 10-day forecast for any sign of warm and dry. But ice and snow are no obstacles for owners of the brand that claims the title of being the second oldest continuously produced motorcycle in America. Care to wager a guess as to its name? By all accounts, it is Rokon, a name which might be unfamiliar, unless you peruse old issues of Popular Mechanics magazines, are a high country hunter, or maybe a mercenary. The little 200 cc RokonTrail-Breaker is the true all weather, all terrain giant of motorcycles. ...

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Sachs Motorcycles – Review – A thumping ride with a 650cc single cylinder

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Sachs Motorcycles – Review – A thumping ride with a 650cc single cylinder

Sachs Motorcycles Advantages: Cheap and nice Italian extras with a Jap engine Disadvantages: Need to rev it hard and built to a budget This bike has a retro look and feel that goes perfectly with the massive 650cc single cylinder, four-stroke engine that comes courtesy of Suzuki. But while the styling is retro, the handling is impressive thanks to Swiss frame guru Fritz Egli (who made his name slotting Vincent Black Shadow engines into his own chassis). The Sachs 650 is marketed as an every day motorcycle, a workhorse that you can use to get to work on and enjoy at weekends too. The bike is not currently imported into the UK now, but parts and second hand ones can be had relatively easily. ...

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Review: Zero DS Electric Motorcycle – Gear Patrol

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Review: Zero DS Electric Motorcycle – Gear Patrol

Behind the Wheel: Zero DS Photo by Bradley Hasemeyer With the recent proliferation of electrified transportation, it seems things are swinging solidly from Who Killed the Electric Car? to “Who Maimed the Gas Engine?”. Motorcycles are no exception, with e-alternatives offering several advantages over gas-powered bikes, like clutchless drive, instant torque, nearly silent operation and reduced heat signature. One of the best e-bike makers out there, Zero, let us test their Zero DS ($14,000 base) for a few weeks in L.A. to see if a silent motorcycle is a groundbreaking way to ride or a tad emasculating. The DS (dual sport) has a sleek yet rugged look. In fact, several people asked if it ...

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Old Bike Australasia: Bultaco Metralla – Bully for you – Shannons Club

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Old Bike Australasia: Bultaco Metralla – Bully for you – Shannons Club

Old Bike Australasia: Bultaco Metralla – Bully for you Story: Jim Scaysbrook Photos: Sue Scaysbrook Bulto was a director of the Montesa company, which began motorcycle production in 1944. Montesa had steadily built its business into a range of two-stroke bikes, using racing success as its main form of promotion. However the move to larger premises in 1957 coincided with a slump in the Spanish economy, and a decision by the company’s majority shareholder to suspend all racing activity met with strong disapproval from Bulto. So strong, he quit Montesa and started his own concern, taking with him several of Montesa’s key employees. Bultaco was set up in an old farmhouse and ...

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Daelim S1 125 Review Scooter News and Reviews Scootersales

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Daelim S1 125 Review Scooter News and Reviews Scootersales

Until now Daelim’s S1 must have been Australia’s best kept scootering secret. Time we let the cat out of the bag. Quick Ride: We recently spent a few days getting around Melbourne and the surrounding suburbs on Daelim’s new-look S1 125. Read our initial impressions below. Daelim S1 125 Review Today’s scooter market is a commuters dream. As the market matures each brand is having to offer models with better value and more features. Daelim’s S1 is a good example of this. Here’s a scooter that once sold for $4000 just a few years ago. The S1 offers solid Korean build quality and now comes with more features than ever before. In today’s ultra competitive ...

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Blata B2

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Blata B2

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Vincent Comet 1952

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Vincent Comet 1952

Vincent Comet 1952 Vincent Comet from 1952. According to many riders, Vincent motorcycles are the most perfect motorcycles in the world. The company managed to build machines both very fast and very reliable. Vincent user had just to change tyres, the chain and brake shoes to ride first 161 000 km. The engine needed renowation between 300 000 and 800 000 km. The frame was designed to bear 1,6 mln km. Because of its high quality, the Vincent Comet was also the most expensive single cylinder motorcycle in the world. Vincent Comet is a predecessor of the legendary Vincent Black Shadow, designed in the late 1930s. Popular belief is that Black Shadow’s V-twin engine was constructed by putting ...

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Vyrus 986 M2 Gets Three-Tiered Pricing & DIY Kit – Race: €55,000…

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Vyrus 986 M2 Gets Three-Tiered Pricing & DIY Kit – Race: €55,000…

Vyrus 986 M2 Gets Three-Tiered Pricing – DIY Kit – Race: €55,000 – Street: €25,000 – Kit: €16,900 01/25/2011 @ 6:55 am, by Jensen Beeler 8 COMMENTS Our friends at MotoBlog.it continue to have the inside track on the recently debuted Vyrus 986 M2 that was unveiled at the Verona Bike Show this past weekend. The Italian boutique manufacturer confirmed that it wanted to offer the Vyrus 986 M2 to teams competing in the Moto2 World Championship, and hinted that a production version could come father down the line, later revealing that we could expect to see a street bike as early as Sepetember of this year . Now getting a chance to talk to Ascanio Rodorigo, MotoBlog.it has revealed ...

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The Indian Sport Scout Racer

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The Indian Sport Scout Racer

Related Content 1957 Douglas Dragonfly A 1957 Douglas Dragonfly on display with other classic motorcycles at the Barber Vintage Motorsports. 1940 Indian Four A 1940 Indian Four on display with a wide array of other classic motorcycles at the Barber Motorspor. Indian Motorcycle to Reveal the 2014 Indian Chief Indian Motorcycle to electrify Sturgis, History, and the motorcycling world with the 2014 Indian Chi. Found on eBay: 1941 Indian Sport Scout How many more barn-fresh Indians are out there? While we’re betting they can still be found, the num. It’s the stuff of dreams: Stumbling across a windowless, tumbledown tin shed, you push open a door and peer inside. There, abandoned ...

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