Concept Motorcycles From Husqvarna, Suzuki, and Yamaha

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Yamaha R25 Concept

Will the 300 and CBR300R steal all the entry-level-sportbike in the US forever? We hope not because the R25 is a … riff on YZR-M1 that dresses up an all-new parallel twin. Says the material: “It boasts a powerful and ride in the high rpm range being easy to handle. The R25 is and offered as an entry-model in the sportbike for developed markets like and Europe and as a top performance sportbike for markets, primarily throughout You’ll notice it didn’t say Yamaha US said “no comment,” but fairly certain a street is on the way to our shores. —Mark Hoyer

Suzuki Recursion

We saw it happen in and then in bikes. More needs a bigger engine, needs bigger brakes, a chassis, and a bigger gas tank. you can hardly steer the monster; a power station on wheels. Can we have the handling of a middleweight but real power?

Revealed at the Motor Show, this 588cc parallel twin is “Recursion,” which means back, repeating.” Recursion 100 hp at 8,000 rpm, but peak is a whopping 74 pound-feet way down at rpm. Instead of the never-ending of a 600, Recursion delivers the of a literbike, given across a band and packaged into a middleweight. —Kevin Cameron

Husqvarna 701

Scandanavian design is way 250cc bikes are too small for the US The Suzuki is very intriguing if can make it work well.

Riding on the interstate on a 250 isn’t fun. I know, I’ve it.


Ducati Kid

Turbocharging – I ALL to join in this rarefied for motorcycles!

SUZUKI should not be releasing worthy Forced (Turbocharged) motorcycles.

Consider HONDA has decades of Turbocharging (auto, motorcycle) and appropriate

America’s ‘Cruiser’ marketplace LIGHTWEIGHT variants of H-D’s 500 and 750cc V-Twin ‘Street’ cycles in ‘Screaming Eagle’ sporting a revised Chassis Downtube) fitted with Hines Exhaust-Induction expertise $8,000-9,000 (U.S.).

Time IS wasting for ALL motorcycle Globally …

Scott Silvers

delivers the grunt of a literbike, across a three-times-wider band and into a light middleweight.” I’ve heard this before….Echoes of the turbo 80′s. The tried this once and except for the oddly-wonderful GPz750 the turbo bikes were failures – heavy, poor power, annoyingly complicated, and all in plastic covers – yuk. the NX650 turbo that made sure was nice but do they really think history won’t repeat once more?


Turbos in cars tried in the 80s and abandoned by most due to cost/complexity/reliability issues. Turbos a reason for buyers to avoid a

Now, with better materials, ECUs better designs, turbos are better and perform better with less lag.

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