Connect Our Facebook Group


KTM 390 Duke Coming 2017

 KTM’s smaller Capacity Dukes have always been both popular and fun, but it wouldn’t be unfair to say they lacked a little class – but with a few reasonably subtle changes for 2017 they appear to have punched their way into the big league.
The new 390 has been treated to significant attention for the new model year, benefiting from visual updates that bring it closer to the Super Duke, to engineering updates that will help keep it at the fun and fruity end of the A2 license pool (with restrict-or kit). Highlights * New 373.2cc liquid-cooled engine * New frame & WP suspension * Larger steel fuel tank (now 13.4) The facts * 44bhp * 149kgs * Seat height 830mm The 390 now boasts a ride-by-wire throttle, full TFT dash, an optional MY RIDE multimedia interface, ABS as standard, split LED headlamp, and all new bodywork. The frame and subframe are new, and the motor cradled by it also gets updates to bring it in line with the more stringent Euro4 emissions regulations. The 373.2cc single is fed by fuel injection and breathes out though a new three-way catalytic converter, while the stubby underbelly exhaust is replaced by a classy looking side-mounted end can. Max power is a claimed 44bhp. The WP fork is also new, as is the bigger 320mm front brake disc, gripped by a Brembo-developed By-Bre branded caliper. Squeezing the brake lever just got more comfortable too, as it’s now span-adjustable (as is the clutch lever). The separate rider and pillion seats have also been redesigned to go with the new sharper bodywork, chassis, and marginally larger 13.4 litre steel tank. At 149 kgs it’s a true lightweight, capable of delivering lots of fun to riders of all shapes and sizes.


   New Range-topping Indian Chieftain Elite First Rideing
Factory custom specials have long been the preserve of Harley-Davidson’s Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) department, however this is often new territory for Indian. Yes, there are specials (the 2 Jack Daniels models spring to mind), however this meretricious Elite heralds a replacement chapter in resurg ... more
   More Power and More Tech Suzuki GSX-S1000 2017
Suzuki GSX-S1000 2017 With its powerful 1000cc motor, the GSX-S1000 has become a firm favourite in the super naked category and for 2017 it’s had a few updates. The headline is that power has increased from 140hp to 150hp, while torque is up to 79.6ftlb at 9,500rpm. Suzuki say this increase in power is ... more
   Pulsar Motorcycle Price in Bangladesh

Bajaj Pulsar is the popular Motorcycle in Bangladesh. The Bajaj Pulsar is a motorcycle brand owned by Bajaj Auto in India. The two wheeler was developed by the product engineering division of Bajaj Auto in association with Tokyo R&D, and later with motorcycle designer Glynn Kerr. Currently there are fi ... more

   Just how hard can your bike brake?

See if you can believe this. I was at a track training day a few years ago, and the chief instructor explained in a classroom session that the next track outing would focus on using the brakes hard. On hearing this, two people who had introduced themselves as RoSPA trained and IAM observers went int ... more

   Now Ducati Globetrotter 90 on the Final Leg

The final leg of the Ducati Globetrotter 90 tour is underway, with the Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro due to return to the Ducati factory in Borgo Panigale on December 15. German mechanical engineering student Timo Schäfer started the final leg on December 5 i the Isle of Man, taking o ... more

New Added Motorcycles