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  • 2014 Yamaha D’elight 125 review

    2014 Yamaha D’elight 125 review

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      £1849 | Air-cooled 4-stroke | 7.1bhp | 5.6lb-ft Tested By: Carli Ann Smith Photos: Joe Dick Yamaha have bolstered its already strong range of commuting machines with the addition of a budget scooter: the D’elight. Priced at £1849, it aims to appeal to price-conscious bikers, and commuters looking for a brand-name without breaking the bank.…

  • JUST LAUNCHED: Yamaha MT-125

    JUST LAUNCHED: Yamaha MT-125

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      Yamaha’s recently launched MT-09 and MT-07 have powered to the top of the sales rankings and captured the imagination of European motorcyclists who are looking for a new kind of riding excitement. Inspired by the Dark Side of Japan, these edgy new MT models are all about pure riding emotion. For 2014 Yamaha expand…

  • Honda: More automatic bikes to come

    Honda: More automatic bikes to come

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        It’s exciting to see progression in petrol engines, so Motor Cycle Monthly asked Koki Kobayashi (Large Project Leader) and Kosaku Takahashi (Dual Clutch Transmission Engineer) where they see the technology going over the coming years… “There is a trend for electric motors,” said Kobayashi-san;  “but I believe that, like me, a lot of…

  • 2014 Honda Integra review

    2014 Honda Integra review

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      £7799 | 54bhp | 50lb-ft | 745cc In-line twin-cylinder Sharing the engine and much of its chassis with the NC750X and NC750S, the new Integra is an update to Honda’s 670cc 700D, released in 2011. More of a motorcycle / scooter crossover than a maxi-scooter, it’s got the performance and handling to make you…

  • 2014 Honda NC750X review

    2014 Honda NC750X review

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      £6899 | 54bhp | 50lb-ft | 745cc parallel twin-cylinder After European success with 2012’s adventure-style NC700X, and naked NC700S, Honda has built on its unique 670cc platform with an R&D vision of “More fun, more joy, go a bit further”. This is the automatic bike, but with a standard manual transmission the NC750X costs…

  • 2014 Honda VFR800 review

    2014 Honda VFR800 review

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      £10,499 | 105bhp@10,250rpm | 55lb-ft@8,500rpm | Liquid-cooled DOHC 90° V4 It’s estimated that more than 75,000 VFRs are actively ridden in Europe alone. Honda’s sixth generation of the popular sports-tourer is likely to see that figure rise again… For 2014, the VFR800’s been given a thorough working over, with a strong emphasis on improving…

  • 2014 Honda CB650F review

    2014 Honda CB650F review

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      £6399 | 86bhp @11,000rpm | 47lb-ft @8,000rpm | Liquid-cooled DOHC inline-4 Honda says this bike’s aimed at the ‘young at heart’. Focussing on 17-30 year old rider, the Japanese manufacturer claims the strong focus on youth makes good sense from a commercial perspective, and we’re certainly not going to argue – getting the younger…

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