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Triumph 250 in the works

There is news a 250 cc single-cylinder sportsbike is being in Spain, made by Triumph! there will be two different of this bike, a fully version modeled after the and a … version.

The sportbike will have features as twin headlights, a single disc brake, and 5-spoke

The bikes are expected to be manufactured in new factory, located in Narsapur, India.

It is not known at this if the bikes will ever their way to the United States, It would be quite nice if were the case, since it put in some nice entry-level that would compete Kawasaki and Honda.

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New Harley- Davidson models

OK, so a couple of weeks ago at the motorcycle show Harley-Davidson that they were out with a pair of smaller bikes. No doubt this is in to the fact that they no have any small(er) displacement in their lineup (the at the moment is the Sportster 883, I combined with the new licensing of the EU that are going into for new riders (the A1, A2, and A licenses).

With these two bikes, we now see a 500cc and 750cc model, of which are finally water-cooled. has finally stepped out of the 1940′s and has 1985! (Why did I pick number? Because this is Suzuki introduced the Suzuki Intruder, which quite looks EXACTLY like the street)

To be frank, I am not really There is certainly no way that I am to be buying one of these bikes. are going to be priced at $6,700 and for the 500 and 750 respectively, and I think that are still going to be paying the tax on them.

Rumours are that are being manufactured in India, put together in the US.

From what I am on other blogs and message the Harley Snobs (I like term… it describes them so aren’t very fond of the with postings in the vein of that Honda out of our parking It will be interesting to see how HD promotes supports this bike the next couple of years. I hope that they it properly and create a spot in showrooms for it, along with that it is accepted in the community as a but I’m not going to hold my breath.

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Test Ride: Indian Vintage

So this past the Indian guys came by locally (only a forty ride south) with the truck. They had three bikes available for testing the Indian Chief Classic, the Vintage, and the Chieftain. They in price from $18,999 to

This is the new Indian motorcycle, was bought out by Polaris. The dealerships are going into spaces by Polaris and Victory dealers.

have 111 cubic inch engines, delivering 119 ft/lbs of at 3000 RPM. They a wet clutch system with six

This is a big heavy American cruiser. That is its only Getting on the bike I felt the seating position felt odd. I am coming from a bike where the seating is very erect, and this was me into a much more position.

The backrest on the bike was or else I was going to be holding the grips in order to not have to my position via my back and stomach

Triumph Daytona 750 reduced effect #2

Starting it was interesting. It is a keyless handled by your typical Harley riders who have bikes won’t have a with this. The clutch was smooth and I felt like I start the bike out without applying any throttle.

Idle is around 900RPM. Puling out of the I found my foot position to be far forward, and actually a bit uncomfortable. I come from a sport-touring where your foot is just slightly forward of hips, and this bike has feet out a good 18-24 forward of your hips.

Once up to speed, this is beautifully smooth. Almost no though I did find the ride to be rougher than on my Trophy it came to handling bumps. The were absorbed, but you still them.

Power response was not a big on this bike. While it did a nice throaty sound to it, I did not the acceleration to be all that great. to others, it seems like I really hit the proper portion of the curve to really feel bike leap out.

I was burbling along at 2000RPM no what speed I was going, and at the end of the ride when we got onto a highway was I even able to get sixth gear.

Handling of the is…well…horrid. I felt like I was a boat. Part of that is due to the long wheel base (68 and the rake (29 degrees), part due to the weight of the bike (801 lbs

The bike I rode had a windshield reached high enough I was looking through it, and I did not notice any with buffeting. Others I to that had different height were less happy it, but that could just be of their personal preferences.

This is a big, heavy cruiser that looks pretty, will give you a ride so long as you don’t to turn, and will be a talking wherever you go. I consider it to be a perfect for the kind of person that to either bar-hop or cruise one hot-spot to another.

Looking at the pages for the bike on the Indian website (http:/ / www.indianmotorcycle.com ) it like if you want to add any accessories you will) you are going to be paying out the ear for Here is the thing I am finding this motorcycle: You are going to pay for the just like you do with a There are metric bikes out that have all of the nice that this bike has for less, but if you want American I would say go with this going with a Harley… at this will be different!

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