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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Harley-Davidson Storage Bubble

The first time I saw a photograph of the Harley-Davidson Bubble in action, I thought I was looking at a fancy little toy motorcycle in a plastic display case destined for a mantel somewhere. Upon closer inspection I realized that it was no toy at all, but a full-size Harley with all the trimmings in a protective, as the name states, bubble.
Harley-Davidson Bubble This is for the biker who really, really loves their ride. The Bubble will accommodate any make or model motorcycle, although I doubt a trike would fit. You won't even have to take off your windshield or bags.
Using a standard 110-volt outlet, the Bubble creates a constant flow of fresh, filtered air across your bike. It won't even know that it's parked. This process creates an atmosphere around your machine that is free of condensation and dust, thus drastically reducing the chance of corrosion.

Since you love your machine so well as to get it such a gift, you probably want to show it off. Gone are the days of an amorphous gray blob at the back of your garage that might be a stored motorcycle, and here are the days of full view storage. Remember how I said this looked like a toy for display? Well, in a way, it is. The Bubble will act as a protective display case for your machine during the off season. When riding days are here again, your bike will be dry, clean, and ready for the road.

Daily Motorcycle News • Harley-Davidson Museum Unveils Tsunami Motorcycle

The 2004 Harley-Davidson FXSTB Softail Night Train, recovered off the coast of British Columbia by Peter Mark, is being displayed at Yokoyama's request. He asked to have the motorcycle preserved in its current condition and displayed at the Harley-Davidson Museum as a memorial to those whose lives were lost or forever changed by the 2011 tsunami in Japan.

"We're truly humbled to display Mr. Yokoyama's motorcycle," said Bill Davidson, Vice President of the Harley-Davidson Museum. "This motorcycle has an amazing story to tell, and we are honored to be able to share it."

The remarkable story of the motorcycle's survival and recovery made international headlines after Mark found it washed ashore on a remote beach on British Columbia's Graham Island at low tide. He discovered the motorcycle, still bearing its Japanese license plate, in a container where the bike was being stored by Yokoyama.

Working with news agencies and representatives from Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada and Harley-Davidson Japan, contact was made with Yokoyama, who lost his home and currently lives in temporary housing in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. Still struggling to rebuild his life in the aftermath of the disaster, Yokoyama declined Harley-Davidson's offer to return the bike to him, although he was grateful for the offer and touched by the outpouring of support from Harley riders around the world.

Dockers | Hardcourt Bike Polo Team

Dockers is sponsoring the team ‘Profane Lobotomy’ for the 2010 Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship in Berlin, Germany. The tournament starts tomorrow, August 13th and goes through Sunday, August 15th and the Profane Lobotomy team will be sporting the new slim fit Khakis. Players of Hardcourt Bike Polo require uniforms that allow for comfort and freedom of movement without excess fabric to get caught in various bike parts like the pedals, chains and cogs – making the slim fit key for playing. The team will be wearing the new Khaki Wader and the new Slim Tapered Khakis available at Urban Outfitters and Dockers Stores.
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Hardcourt Bike Polo is played with two teams of three players riding bicycles and using mallets to strike a small street hockey-like ball into a goal. The first team to score five goals – wins. It’s a young sport having roots in Seattle dating back to 2000. In 2004 multiple tournaments started popping up throughout North America and the popularity of the sport grew rapidly. Today there are over 120 teams in the United States, over 60 teams in Europe and teams throughout Asia, Latin America, South America and Australia. 

Hardcourt Bike Polo is a reinvented form of polo taking the basics of the traditional sport and turning it into a sport filled with a new modern and masculine approach. Similarly, Dockers new slim khakis are a modern, masculine and streamlined update to the popular khakis of previous years. Hardcourt Bike Polo is a sport created through passion and open to all – no clubs, no exclusivity.

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Monday, May 20, 2013

Best Ducati Motorcycle 1198

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Italian motorcycle manufacturer, 2013 Ducati Monster 796 First Ride has released its first new model of the season: the 2011 Ducati Monster 796. This mid-range street bike fills the void between the entry-level personality of the Monster 696 and the advanced road performance of the Monster 1100. With a base price of $9995, the 796 is a sensible choice for motorcyclists looking for an amusing and easy-to-maneuver motorbike that’s ideal for jaunting in-or-around the city.
The beauty of the Monster line is that the basic architecture of the bikes, including the chassis, air/oil-cooled V-Twin engine configuration, and sleek minimalist body panels are shared between models. However a closer look reveals there are some key differences between this one and its siblings.

The primary difference that distinguishes the mid-level Monster is its use of a 4-valve, 803cc V-Twin, identical to the unit employed in the Hypermotard 796 street bike. Compared to the other Monsters this engine is in a higher state of tune, employing an 11.1:1 compression ratio (versus the Monster 696/1100’s 10.7:1 ratio) courtesy of pistons with a different crown shape. Fuel is received from a 3.8-gallon fuel tank through 45mm throttle bodies, each equipped with a single fuel-injector. Exhaust is piped through a 2-1-2 stainless-steel configuration that terminates with twin shorty-style under-tail mufflers. Each header pipe is fitted with an oxygen sensor which ensures optimum engine running conditions.
A six-speed transmission and a hydraulically-operated APTC clutch control the engine’s power through a chain drive. Furthermore the clutch is bathed within the engine’s oil supply enhancing reliability and reducing noise as compared to the racing-style ’dry’ clutches used on the 1198 Superbike. The clutch also incorporates a slipper/back torque limiting functionality which helps prevent the rear wheel instability during downshifts at high rpm.

The engine is cradled in a lipstick-red steel trellis frame. It attaches to a reworked subframe which is compatible with passenger grab handles that are available as a Ducati accessory ($129). The 796 also gets the same well-crafted single-sided aluminum swingarm as used on the more expensive 1100 model.

Suspension is comprised of a Showa inverted fork and an Sachs hydraulic shock that is mounted directly between the frame and swingarm without a linkage. Although the fork doesn’t offer any damping adjustment, the shock provides spring preload and rebound tuning abilities.

The 796 rolls on a pair of beautiful black 5-spoke cast-aluminum wheels featuring a small red pin stripe around the edge to draw attention to them when in motion. Attached to the front wheel is a pair of 320mm brake discs clamped by a radial-mount four-piston Brembo calipers. Rear brake consists of a solo 245mm disc pinched by a twin-piston caliper. Both brake systems are powered hydraulically through stainless-steel lines. Anti-lock brakes are also available as an option on the new machine however pricing is TBD. Lastly, the wheels are shod with Pirelli Diablo Rosso tires in sizes 120/70-17 front and 180/55-17 rear. Hop into the seat and the first thing you’ll notice is how similar it feels to the smaller 696 model. The bike feels short and skinny, which makes it easy to manhandle on the road. The seat height measures 31.5 in. above the ground which is 0.4 in. lower than the 1100, and 1.2 in. taller than the 696. Grabbing a hold of the aluminum handlebar isn’t as much of a stretch compared to other Monsters courtesy of the bar risers that elevate the bar position by nearly an inch.

Thumb the starter button and the new Ducati fires to life with deep, thumping exhaust note. Surprisingly, the 796 doesn’t get the same sleek slimline switch gear as used on some of the Italian manufacturer’s other new street bikes, including the Streetfighter. Instrumentation is comprised of a small, yet functional, white-backlit LCD display that is both easy to read and quickly operated via the switchgear on the left handlebar.Clutch lever pull is light and offers 4-way lever position adjustment to accommodate different sized hands. The clutch also delivers an ample level of feel for riders who might not have a lot of experience launching a motorcycle. The lower first gear ratio only adds to its user-friendly demeanor when pulling away from a stop. Switching between the remaining five gears was smooth and trouble-free, though we wish the gearbox felt tighter.

Twist the throttle and this Monster delivers a much more robust spread of power compared to the smaller 696. Sure, it won’t win any drag races against a modern liquid-cooled sportbike, yet it will still surprise you with just how much torque it cranks out at low-to-mid rpm. The engine has plenty of juice to loft the front wheel in first gear and is capable of bursts of speed whenever it’s revved out to redline. While the engine delivers a bit of vibration, it never becomes annoying, even at freeway speeds.

In terms of handling the 796 feels every bit as nimble as its smaller sibling. Direction changes can be accomplished with a light touch of the handlebar. The center of gravity also feels low which aids in steering and railing around corners. Though suspension spring rates are calibrated for lighter riders, when pushed this Monster still delivers enough grin-inducing performance for even an experienced, sport-oriented pilot. The bike we rode came equipped with the optional ABS system. By default the system is always on, but you can disable it easily by navigating through the menu system on the instrument display. Braking power and feel is adequate and we appreciated the added confidence provided by the ABS. But we were more impressed by the fact that you can quickly turn it off with a few clicks of a button if you‘re feeling mischievous. We also appreciated that the position of the brake lever could be moved based on rider preference.


Sunday, May 19, 2013


The Harley Davidson Fat Boy is loaded with a 1584cc engine which delvers a power of 63bhp@5200rpm with a torque of 106Nm@3500rpm. Its Twin Cam 96B V twin dual cylinder engine has six-speed Cruise Drive transmission. The Harley cruiser can reach a maximum speed of 170 km/h. And it's equipped with a fuel capacity of 19L that can take you miles before you would need to refill.


If you are looking for a smooth gliding cruise experience along the highway, the Harley Davidson Fat Boy will be a prefect choice. Touted to be one of the most comfortable bikes to ride, it is well suited for countryside and the city roads alike.

BMW S1000RR 2013

The BMW S1000RR is a sport bike initially manufactured by BMW Motorrad to compete in the 2009 Superbike World Championship, that is now in commercial production. It was introduced in Munich in April 2008, and is powered by a 999 cc (61.0 cu in) inline-4 engine redlined at 14,200 rpm.BMW manufactured 1,000 production models in 2009 to satisfy World Superbike homologation requirements, but expanded production for commercial sale of the bike in 2010. It features an anti-lock braking system, standard, with an optional electronic traction control, and has an overall wet weight of 207.7 kg (458 lb), and produces 133.6 kW (179.2 hp) @ 13250 rpm at the rear wheel.


It's a known fact that Harley Davidson is quite famous for producing cruiser bikes but, this one is really going to grab your attention for sure. The all new Harley Davidson V-Rod is a cruiser bike which offers a boost to your personality and ensures a fast speed drive at any point of time. Not to forget the safety measures which are mostly demanded when it comes to riding on rough roads.





This Harley Davidson V-Rod flaunts a 1250 cc, revolution 60 degree V-Twin engine. The powerful engine of the bike ensures a smooth ride aided by 6 manual gears. The engine is quite capable of producing a maximum torque of 115Nm@7000rpm, and coupled with its 105 bore and 72 stroke engine it is a very powerful bike.

To keep you safe, throughout your ride, this bike sports some exceptional safety features like 4 piston dual front brakes in front and similar in the rear ones. Further, the bike has a ground clearance of 127 mm along with a wheelbase of 1706 mm which is quite excellent in terms of a comfortable ride. Its additional attributes like the 18 ltrs fuel tank and tubeless tyres, the bike is definitely one an amazing cruiser bike. Aside from its technical specifications the bike's looks are equally enamoring. It comprises a round silver headlamp, black headlamps and a bulky silencer is enough to add grace to your personality.


Bajaj Auto has launched the Kawasaki Ninja 300 at Rs. 3.5 lakh. Ninja 300 will replace the Kawasaki Ninja 250R, which has been discontinued with effect. The Ninja 300 looks alike the new 2013 Ninja 250R, which is being sold in the international markets. The Ninja 300 is available in two different colour options- White and Ninja Green. Bookings were opened recently with a Rs. 40,000 token amount, while the deliveries will be commenced shortly.

Bajaj Auto has l aunched the Kawasaki Ninja 300 at Rs. 3.5 lakh.

The new Kawasaki Ninja 300 is basically the 2013 Ninja 250 R with a bigger 300cc, Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke Parallel Twin cylinder engine, which returns a maximum power output of 38bhp and with a peak torque of 27Nm. The new Ninja 300 features a new front fascia, which includes a redesigned headlamp cluster having two headlamps instead of 250R's single headlamp. It has a new petrol tank, body panels, graphics and rear light cluster. It also features new alloy wheels and new revolutionary slipper gear for better performance. The ride and handling of the bike is also improved by a great extent, it becomes sharper and direct and feels controlled on almost all speeds. The city rides are easy now and you will enjoy riding it hard on highways and on tracks.
Bajaj Auto has l aunched the Kawasaki Ninja 300 at Rs. 3.5 lakh.