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Moto monsters in Tokyo

Mathew, TNN Nov 8, 2007, 12.00am IST

ABS and Hybrid engines and battery VTEC technology and automatic

No, we are not talking about the latest on show, but the bike pavilion at the Tokyo Motor Show on at the Makuhari Messe Convention Chiba City, Japan.

Honda Motorcycle Japan the concepts EVO 6, CB1100 F, CB1100R, and the as its world premiers. The EVO 6 is an automatic bike, modelled on a new styling called the Pride Fighter.

The on show sports an advanced transmission system. The Forza Z on has an S-Matic automatic transmission which calculates gear under various load while brother Forza ABS with anti-lock braking.

The Honda stall also put up the offering the ultimate in sports concept. The Honda Goldwing in Japan), has a GPS-aided navigation loaded with Japanese The navigation system can digitally major intersections and suggest routes to reach a location.

The also comes with the protection of an airbag. (For a nearly the size of a small we are not surprised!) The Motard and the Shadow grabbed eyeballs at the Honda In all, Honda displayed 38


Kawasaki proudly its lineup of top Ninjas, starting the MotoGP machine Ninja ZX RR prominently on the dais. Other were in attendance too — the and the 250R with a racer The D-Tracker X, Z1000 and KLX 250 were of the other models on display.

The Ninja 250R is an all-new concept bike, with a cooled engine, offering friendly performance at all engine The track bike version of model also offers a new and cowling. Kawasaki also put up a of the ZX- 1oR, offering a view of the key of the bike.


An aircraft at a show? Suzuki brought the to Chiba, a bike which you feel it’s going to off any moment. The Suzuki Biplane has a cc V-4 engine and comes fitted a new-look rear suspension. also brought the best-selling 1300, (GSX 1300 R) one of its sports bikes since

The 2008 Hayabusa looks than the already sporty

The engine displacement is bigger, and the have improved. The new Hayabusa is available in North America and Suzuki also showcased the a fuel cell motorcycle.

It has an engine and a lithium-ion battery to impact on the environment.

Honda CB1100R Concept

The big … B-King was also in the show. The which was first seen as a in 2001 looks the same, but packed with more like S-DMS and enhanced Suzuki claims, with due that the B-King is built genuine Suzuki DNA.

Other eye-grabbers at the Suzuki included the Gemma, Skywave S, 5, Zeus (which is also in India) Boulevard and Bandit ABS.


Yamaha’s premiers at the motorfest included the Majesty Special, Tesseract, BW’s Concept, XS-VI and the WR 250X Special. The Luxair is a hybrid type motorcycle a petrol engine and an electric working in tandem. The electric kicks in during acceleration, the battery is charged during

The engine brake force during brake force is used to generate electricity for the battery.

The computers chip in braking too, assisting the process. The Luxair also company-fitted with a special system. The rightly-named Majesty has several quality appointments special handle bars and boxes and a clear instrument The Majesty comes with LED to create the look of a deluxe big

Yamaha also showcased the Tesseract, a concept 4-wheeled with a dual arm lock and a car-like suspension.

The FC-Dii, is an evolution of the FC-me model was on display, which is a fuel motorcycle. It uses a methanol-water as the fuel, and joins the ranks of the bikes. The lithium ion battery, comes in a compact cell can be detached for recharging.

Forget long, knotted Other show-stoppers at the Yamaha included the MT-OS, Raider S, YZF R6, and the FZ1 Fazer.

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