Drysdale 2x2x2- 2WD Overview

Rubric: Suzuki | 20 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on Drysdale 2x2x2- 2WD Overview
Drysdale 2x2x2- 2WD Overview

2WD MOTORCYCLE OVERVIEW Two wheel drive motorcycles can basically be split up into two broad groups; those with mechanical drive by means of chains or shafts, and those using hydraulic drive using pressurised fluid such as the Dryvtech 2x2x2. As with any departure from mainstream design, those bikes based heavily on existing motorcycles seem to be more ‘successful’, though the definition of that word depends largely on the objectives of the project. There have been a few 2WD designs in recent times that have really put 2WD on the map because they perform like a conventional bike, but a little better. Who was it in the GP world who said The bike that wins this year will the bike ...

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What you interested about motorcycle: May 2012

Rubric: Suzuki | 12 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on What you interested about motorcycle: May 2012
What you interested about motorcycle: May 2012

Biker Boyz 2003 Biker Boyz is a 2003 film about a group of underground motorcycle drag racers. It stars Laurence Fishburne, Djimon Hounsou, Derek Luke, Meagan Good, and Larenz Tate and is written and directed by Reggie Rock Bythewood. It also features Lisa Bonet, Orlando Jones, Kid Rock and Vanessa Bell Calloway. Synopsis : In the world of underground motorcycle clubs, the undefeated racer known as Smoke (Laurence Fishburne) is the undisputed King of Cali. But Smoke’s dominance of the set is about to be threatened by a young motorcycle racing prodigy called Kid (Derek Luke), who is determined to win Smoke’s helmet and earn the coveted title. Kid says that the difference between ...

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Bikewriter.com: Is two-wheel drive still crazy, after all these years?

Rubric: Suzuki | 31 May 2015 | Comments Off on Bikewriter.com: Is two-wheel drive still crazy, after all these years?
Bikewriter.com: Is two-wheel drive still crazy, after all these years?

Is two-wheel drive still crazy, after all these years? AWD evangelist Steve Christini A year ago, at the Indy trade show, Steve Christini told me that he was shifting emphasis from his ‘all-wheel drive’ motorcycle kits towards building and selling complete bikes. Now, I see that Steve’s company is offering a road-legal supermoto-style 450 that incorporates his system for delivering power to the front wheel. That makes Christini the first OEM I know of with an AWD motorcycle intended for use on asphalt. A few years ago, Rodney Aguiar–who works with Roland Sands–fit a Christini two-wheel drive system to one of Sands’ 450cc ‘SuperSingle’ road racers. That was probably ...

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Power Play Bike India

Rubric: Suzuki | 18 May 2015 | Comments Off on Power Play Bike India
Power Play Bike India

Power Play Why is it that powertrain evolution in motorcycles has not kept pace with that in motor-cars? Were attempts made to devise bikes with front-wheel or both-wheel drives? Intrigued by these questions, Piyush Sonsale decided to dip into motorcycle history. As he garnered fascinating information, he also got in touch with companies involved in such innovations overseas to get a complete picture “Now I know how owls feel,” I thought to myself as my head pointed towards the corner exit and my body swayed laterally out of control with the bike. Legs stuck in ankle-deep slush, the helmet visor still mud-stained from my last fall, I struggled to find traction on the rear wheel of my bike ...

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Suzuki NUDI-Suzuki

Rubric: Suzuki | 15 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Suzuki NUDI-Suzuki
Suzuki NUDI-Suzuki

Unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show, Suzuki’s new NUDA is a different vision of futurebike from the company’s ephemeral Falcorustyco, a styling exercise introduced in Tokyo in 1988. The Falcorustyco stretched style and engineering concepts with center-hub steering, a hydraulic transmission and drive system and a four-stroke square-four engine design. But the Falco was a design exercise: Suzuki claims the NUDA is more than a conceptual model; it is a highly plausible model. engineered on the basis of currently available technology on full-time 2W drive, power steering, honeycomb monocoque body, etc. to herald a future of 2-wheel machines by its unorthodox but modernistic design and form. ...

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At Last –

Rubric: Suzuki | 10 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on At Last –
At Last –

About the middle of last year when the SuperBike project machine was announced, TM. in his preamble to the body design competition, likened this project to the concept cars, fielded by most manufacturers at the world’s exibitions. The editor bemoaned the lack of similar design exercises in the bike world. The Suzuki Falcorustyco and the early 80’s BMW Futuro being the only two that spring readily to mind. One irate reader even took TM. to task over this and questioned his right to draw parallels between the large manufacturers’ megabuck show vehicles and our humble efforts. I tend to agree with that reader, after all how can you compare the two. For a few thousand pounds ...

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Active Suspension For Motorcycles: Trickle-Down from Automobiles …

Rubric: Suzuki | 21 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Active Suspension For Motorcycles: Trickle-Down from Automobiles …
Active Suspension For Motorcycles: Trickle-Down from Automobiles …

Active Suspension For Motorcycles: Trickle-Down from Automobiles Motorcycle suspension has not seen a fundamental change for many, many years. The basic design has consisted of a swingarm out back connected to either twin shocks, or a monoshock, with or without linkage. Up front, it’s been telescopic forks doing the business, and with the exception of the now extinct Yamaha GTS 1000 and Bimota Tesi 1D, along with a couple of private builders, the biggest changes have centered around cartridge-style internal damping and the adoption of upside down (USD) forks (and no, we haven’t forgotten BMW’s Telelever). In any event, these are all static designs. Once you are riding, you are stuck ...

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Suzuki Falcorustyco Concept

Rubric: Suzuki | 11 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Suzuki Falcorustyco Concept
Suzuki Falcorustyco Concept

Often forgotten in favor of the less ambitious Suzuki Nuda concept from the following year, the bizarrely named Falcorustyco debuted at the 1985 Tokyo Motor Show to an entirely unexpected reaction. Look at the 500cc square four four-stroke engine, the lack of a frame, hydraulic pump two-wheel drive, hydraulic steering and electromagnet-actuated brakes and you probably think that’s a really neat concept, but the thing was, Suzuki actually managed to convince the world’s press that the Falcorustyco previewed technology that would be used on production bikes 10 years later. Well, it’s now 24 years later and we haven’t seen any of the Falcorustyco’s technology on bikes ...

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StartInfo LifeLine Of News

Rubric: Suzuki | 2 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on StartInfo LifeLine Of News
StartInfo LifeLine Of News

DAYS OF FUTURE PAST Tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms farther…and then one fine morning we’ll wake up and say what did ever happen to that beautiful future, anyway? Call them what you will—show bikes. concept bikes. future bikes. whatever—they’ve been around for a long time. Sometimes they point the way to the future, most of the time they should wear a sign that says DEAD END. But the fun part is that nobody knows for sure at the time. The first memorable concept bike of the modern era may have been the  Suzuki Falcorustyco  ( gyrfalcon  in Latin – pictured above), which appeared at the 1985 Tokyo Motor Show. Suzuki can deny it all they want, but it seems like ...

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Drysdale 2x2x2- A history of 2WD Mototcycles

Rubric: Suzuki | 22 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Drysdale 2x2x2- A history of 2WD Mototcycles
Drysdale 2x2x2- A history of 2WD Mototcycles

1924 350 Raleigh- converted in England for trialling. 1930 REX sidecar- converted to drive both bike wheels by Einar Stormark. 1937 FN M60- solo converted by Stormark. c.1960’s Rokon (still in production)- The ROKON is a small 2WD motorcycle with no suspension and a top speed of around 60 kph. They have big chunky tyres and have been powered by a multitude of small 2 stroke motors and recently by 4 strokes. A shaft runs up the backbone with a bevel drive gearbox in the steering head and chain down to the front wheel. We have recently been contacted by the founder of the ROKON company Mr.Orla Larsen – he wasn’t the inventor of this innovative 2WD but was the first to market ...

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