Harley Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic

Harley Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic

FLHRC Road King® Classic Model Overview

Recalling deep Harley-Davidson roots, the FLHRC Road King Classic rides with nostalgic styling cues like wide whitewall tires on steel laced wheels, a tooled leather touring seat, leather-covered hard-shell saddlebags and metal trim. The Road King Classic is just as ready for the highway with the new Twin Cam 96 engine, 6-speeed Cruise Drive transmission and reduced clutch lever effort. With eye-catching details, the Road King Classic is ready for the road with a large detachable windshield, air-adjustable rear suspension, auxiliary passing lights, triple-disc brakes, electronic fuel injection and cruise control. Offered in four solid colors and six two-tone color combinations, plus three two-tone custom color options for 2007.

FLHRC Road King Classic features:

New rubber mount 1584cc Twin Cam 96 engine
Black powder-coated engine with chrome treatment
New 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
Standard Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
New redesigned football shape air cleaner
Detachable windshield
Large, tank-mounted speedometer
Leather-wrapped, hard saddlebags
Tooled leather seat
Chrome tank and fender emblems
Wide whitewall tires
Chrome, Laced Steel wheels
Triple-disc brakes
Air-adjustable rear suspension
Electronic cruise control


Harley Davidson FLHR Road King

Harley Davidson FLHR Road King

FLHRS Road King® Custom Model Overview

Less can truly be more with the FLHRS Road King Custom as it rides with an attitude inspired by the West Coast custom scene. Now possessing the Twin Cam 96 engine, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and reduced clutch lever effort, the Road King Custom brings more performance and an easy ride. A smooth front fender, swept-back chrome wind deflector and pullback beach handlebar and leather-covered hard bags combine for a streamlined look. Low Profile rear suspension and a deep bucket seat at just 26.1 inches in height provide additional style and versatility. Chrome, Slotted Cast Alloy wheels and streamlined rider footboards, passenger pegs and brake pedal ride under a smooth chrome fuel tank console with nickel-plated tank badges. Offered in seven solid and Sunglo Pearl colors for 2007.

FLHRS Road King Custom features:

New rubber mount, 1584cc Twin Cam 96 engine
Black powder-coated engine with chrome treatment
New 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
Standard Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
New redesigned football shape air cleaner
Chrome wind-swept visor
Pullback beach handlebar
Seat height of 26.1-inches is lowest in the Touring family
Electro-formed, nickel-plated Harley-Davidson fuel tank emblem
Large, silver-faced tank-mounted speedometer in stretch chrome console
Chrome, Slotted Disc Cast Aluminum wheels
Leather saddlebag with hidden supports
Clean front and rear fenders
Triple disc brakes
Low-profile, air-adjustable rear suspension


Aprilia RS 125

Aprilia RS 125


Lap for lap, dollar for dollar, this GP-bred track bike outclasses larger displacement alternatives. With the debut of Aprilia’s track-only RS 125 two-stroke single, outsmarting the big bore boys has just become a sport in itself. The Italian manufacturer’s major-thrills track bike with the amazingly low price point is an all-new option for enthusiasts who want the speed, agility and superior handling that only a super-light-weight motorcycle can deliver. Add an Aprilia Racing-inspired, world-championship-bred 125cc engine, superb brakes, spot-on gearing, sizzling Italian styling and the low MSRP of just $5499 and the Aprilia RS 125 becomes the stealth track bike of choice.

As the leading manufacturer in 125cc and 250cc MotoGP competition, Aprilia has perfected the art of engineering championship-winning smaller-displacement race bikes. That expertise, along with Aprilia’s characteristically high level of premium components, makes the new RS 125 the best possible value for enthusiasts who take their track time serious – but who don’t want to sacrifice fun.

As increasing numbers of motorcycle enthusiasts discover the challenge and thrill of honing riding skills on a closed circuit during a group track day or weekend, today’s 600 to 1000cc sport bikes with their huge horsepower and top speed numbers aren’t always the best choice. A smaller displacement machine actually helps to create a better, more confident rider because it requires more input and concentration to score good lap times. At the same time, it allows the rider to really push it to the limit while big displacement bikes often don’t inspire the same level of confidence.

Engineered for the Ultimate On-Tack Experience

At the heart of the RS 125 is a sophisticated single-cylinder two-stroke, liquid-cooled engine, based on the same race-proven technology that has resulted in a continuous string of competition victories for Aprilia Racing. Able to reach triple digit speeds, the powerplant is packed with technical advancements including a crankcase reed valve intake, anti-vibration balancer shaft and an automatic fuel-oil mixing system. A robust 6-speed transmission delivers the power to the rear wheel with ratios designed to suit a variety of race track configurations.

The RS 125 is fitted with high-performance, race-style, upside-down front forks and a hydraulic rear monoshock mounted in a rising rate linkage, designed to work in concert to deliver the highest degree of race track compliance.

Torsional rigidity is excellent, again thanks to the bike’s development on the world’s toughest race tracks. The RS 125’s lightweight polished cast aluminium twin spar frame is reinforced with cross ribbing for additional strength while the advanced chassis is mated to a box section, aluminium alloy swingarm.

Styled after its championship-winning GP racing siblings, the RS 125 features a distinctive fairing and tail section that has been wind tunnel tested to deliver minimum drag. Riders benefit from improved top speed when tucked in behind the windscreen on long straights. The sleekly aerodynamic bodywork signals that the RS 125 would rather be in motion than standing still.

Fully Loaded for Action

Like all Aprilias, the RS 125 is chock-full of premium components, selected for their quality and competition integrity. Standard equipment includes distinctive, aluminium alloy wheels, radial mount brake calliper, and rear-set style racing footpegs. The track only bike is available with racing livery looks of the 2006 and 2007 world championship 250 Moto GP bike, the exclusive Replica Spain’s N.1.

A Winner for Beginners and a Thriller for Experts

The Aprilia RS 125 is an ideal learning platform for new and beginning riders, as well as a solid base for experienced enthusiasts. Whether an aspiring GP star, club racer or weekend warrior, the RS 125 delivers a thoroughly rewarding experience lap after lap, simply because it allows riders to focus on improving their riding skills. Best of all, maximum grins on the track have never been so cost-efficient.


Ducati 900SS ie

Ducati 900SS ie

Heritage dates back to 1972 at the first Imola 200 mile race and the triumph of the Ducati 750s of Smart and Spaggiari. This victory inspired the creation of 750 SS, which was first launched in 1973. SS have been among the Company’s most popular and best selling for over 2 decades. Exemplifies the Ducati spirit and its legendary roots in contemporary motorcycling and during this time the SS family has undergone a series of design and technical updates while retaining its essential characteristics.

In 1999 the latest evolution was introduced, the 900 SS. The new Ducati SS bikes aim to reassert their pure sports commitment but remain easy and enjoyable, unbeatable on mixed terrain, accessible, and unique in their combination of traditional motorcycling qualities. SuperSport segment maintains the heritage of Ducati and is aimed at riders that prefer improved handling and smooth power delivery to maximum HP. Characterized by lightweight, superior handling, and tight cornering ability, easy to tame by someone getting on a sports-bike for the first time.

Ducati 900SS ie Specification

Make Model - Ducati 900SS ie

Year - 2000

Engine - Air cooled, four stroke, 90°“L”twin cylinder, SOHC, desmodromic 2 valve per cylinder.

Capacity - 904

Bore x Stroke - 92 x 68 mm

Compression Ratio - 9.2:1

Induction - Fuel injection

Ignition / Starting - Marelli electronic / electric

Max Power - 80 hp 58.3 kW @ 7500 rpm

Max Torque - 79.4 Nm @ 6500 rpm

Transmission / Drive - 6 Speed / chain

Front Suspension - Showa upside-down fully adjustable. 120mm front wheel travel.

Rear Suspension - Showa progressive linkage with adjustable monoshock. 136mm rear wheel travel.

Front Brakes - 2x 320mm discs 4 piston calipers

Rear Brakes - Single.245mm disc 2 piston caliper

Front Tyre - 120/70 ZR17

Rear Tyre - 170/60 ZR17

Dry-Weight - 188 kg

Fuel Capacity (res) - 16 Litres (4L)

Consumption average - 39 mp/g

Standing ¼ Mile - 11.8 sec

Top Speed - 141 mp/h


Yamaha VMAX

Yamaha VMAX

Make Model - Yamaha V-Max

Year - 2009

Engine - Liquid cooled, four stroke, V-four, DOHC, 4 valve per cylinder.

Capacity - 1679

Bore x Stroke - 90 x 66 mm

Compression Ratio - 11.3:1

Induction - Fuel Injection

Ignition / Starting - TCI / electric

Max Power - 147.2KW 200 hp @ 9000 rpm

Max Torque - 166.8 Nm 17.0 kg-m @ 6500 rpm

Transmission / Drive - 5 Speed / shaft

Gear ratio - 1st gear: 2.375 2nd gear: 1.810 3rd gear: 1.400 4th gear: 1.115 5th gear: 0.935

Clutch - Wet, multiple-disc diaphragm spring

Frame - Aluminium, Diamond-shaped

Front Suspension - 52mm Telescopic forks, 120mm wheel travel

Rear Suspension - Swingarm Link-type suspension, 110mm wheel travel

Front Brakes - 2x 320mm discs

Rear Brakes - Single 280mm disc

Front Tyre - 120/70 R18

Rear Tyre - 120/70 R18

Seat Height - 775 mm

Wet-Weight - 310 kg

Fuel Capacity - 15 Liters

Top Speed - 239 km/h


Honda NAS

Honda NAS

Make Honda
Model NAS
Concept year 1999
Production year -
Engine 1000cc V-Twin

Design started on the Honda NAS motorbike concept in 1999 at Honda's research and development department in America.

NAS, standing for New American Sports, was intended to push the boundarys of sports bike design for the American market.

Designers of the NAS realised that the overwhelming majority of sportsbikes had been initially designed and engineered for the track, Honda bikes included, their intention was to try and offer another option, a sports bike built for the road.

The NAS Designers also wanted to create a machine with more personality which would be easier to make a bond with, a mischievous face can definitely be made out hiding in the headlight fairing.

However the NAS was not all about form, some of the most ingenious engineering solutions in the motorcycle market were seen on the NAS.
For example the unique mono-arm suspension is constructed of CARBON FIBER and aluminum, with the damper and spring neatly enclosed within a massive steering head.

Honda EVO6

Honda EVO6

Headed for the Tokyo Motor Show in October 2007, the EVO6 Concept is Honda's latest attempt to test the naked performance bike waters again. When we say performance, we mean it.

This EVO6 Concept is powered by a 1.8-litre 6-cylinder engine. And it's no ordinary V6 or straight six either, it's a horizontally opposed, or boxer six. Using the same principles as the engine that sits in Subaru's WRX STI and Porsche's 911 Carrera, the EVO6 Concept would make a mockery of the quarter mile drag, while dispatching the zero to 100km/h dash quicker than a Bugatti Veyron.

The huge 6-cylinder engine comes from the Honda Gold Wing, one of the Honda's largest bikes. It's also one of the heaviest bikes on the road too, while the EVO6 is a naked bike, stripped of all its fairing and other parts to leave it not only lighter, but far sexier too.

The huge 1800cc engine is clearly visible as a stressed member of the bike, surrounded by a barely any frame. Huge front brake discs and sports tyres indicate that this concept bike has been developed to be a serious-ish ride, and the front end with its stylised headlight, ram air intakes, and upside-down forks look good.

There's also a single-sided swingarm, 8-spoke chrome wheel rims, and the tail end is impressively minimal. With a good amount of chrome and not too much plastic-fantastic, the EVO6 would make for a very pretty naked bike.