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MO Tested: Cornering ABS

May 24, 2016 - 10:36 AM - by Motorcycle.com


If your occupation is testing motorcycles there’s a certain measure of accepted risk that comes with the job. When cornering ABS (C-ABS) arrived a couple years ago, the general consensus among the motojournos was, Hey that’s awesome, we’ll take your word for it working as described, because no matter how professional we try to be, grabbing a fistful of front brake mid-corner to evaluate this new technology is a line few were willing to cross. Just thinking of the action conjures images of impacting asphalt at a
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MO Tested: Cornering ABS

May 24, 2016 - 10:34 AM - by Motorcycle.com


If your occupation is testing motorcycles there’s a certain measure of accepted risk that comes with the job. When cornering ABS (C-ABS) arrived a couple years ago, the general consensus among the motojournos was, Hey that’s awesome, we’ll take your word for it working as described, because no matter how professional we try to be, grabbing a fistful of front brake mid-corner to evaluate this new technology is a line few were willing to cross. Just thinking of the action conjures images of impacting asphalt at a
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Top 10 New Motorcycles Over 600cc And Under $8K

May 16, 2016 - 10:01 AM - by Motorcycle.com

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In terms of value, these are some of the best motorcycles money can buy. Each one possesses the power and performance to put a smile on the mug of any motorcyclist for a price or monthly payment that doesn’t break the bank. The list encompasses a variety of models including sportbikes (of course), adventurers, and cruisers, so there’s something here for almost anyone.

Note the bikes listed here are placed in descending order of MSRP, not according to our personal favorites. Were that the case, #10
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Top 10 New Motorcycles Over 600cc And Under $8K

May 16, 2016 - 9:57 AM - by Motorcycle.com

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In terms of value, these are some of the best motorcycles money can buy. Each one possesses the power and performance to put a smile on the mug of any motorcyclist for a price or monthly payment that doesn’t break the bank. The list encompasses a variety of models including sportbikes (of course), adventurers, and cruisers, so there’s something here for almost anyone.

Note the bikes listed here are placed in descending order of MSRP, not according to our personal favorites. Were that the case, #10
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kaoko throttle control recommendation

May 12, 2016 - 10:45 AM - by rontheretired
Hello,

From time to time I buy a new gadget or piece of kit that is worth a recommendation.

This brings me to the kaoko throttle control, at a cost of over £70 it's not cheap. But to compensate for that it is very well made and fits on the bike like it has always been there.

Went out this afternoon and piled on some miles to test the functionality and I can confirm it works a treat!

Made the few miles I did on the motorway a doddle, and I was able to relax my throttle hand which was a real joy.

Of course it's not as good as the real cruise control I used to have on my RT, but it goes a long way to improve a long ride on the bike. It took five minutes to fit and it is instinctively easy to operate. Also it is very easy to disengage when required.

Recommended!!

Ron
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