morebikes March 2022

  • COMING FOR 2022 Husqvarna’s ELECTRIC Vektorr

    COMING FOR 2022 Husqvarna’s ELECTRIC Vektorr

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    We’ve been telling you for months that Husqvarna’s first electric scooter is getting closer to going into production – and now a selection of spy shots of it testing confirm that it’s very nearly ready The Vektorr’s been spotted in India and Europe, and the shots that have emerged give us the best idea yet…

  • MILENCO Dundrod U Lock!

    MILENCO Dundrod U Lock!

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    Milenco’s Dundrod ++ U Lock is a versatile bit of kit. It can be used as both as a chain lock or as a disc lock without a chain. Constructed from high quality twin wall steel, it comes with a high visibility, noncorrosive plastic cover, a sleeve for scratch protection and a pick-resistant lock. It’s…

  • Electric TT winners Mugen gears up to hit the dirt

    Electric TT winners Mugen gears up to hit the dirt

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    Mugen has dominated the Isle of Man’s electric Zero TT around the infamous 37.72-mile-long Mountain Course in recent years – and now the Japanese tuning specialist and electric motorcycle manufacturer is preparing to get involved in another type of racing: Enduro. It’ll be competing in the brand-new FIM E-Xplorer World Cup which will be running…

  • Q&A: Pothole ‘off’ claim…

    Q&A: Pothole ‘off’ claim…

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    Q I am sure the roads built by the Romans were better! My local route to work has literally rattled my teeth due to the potholes. Last month I had to work late so had to head home in the dark. Usually I am pretty good at running the gauntlet of the craters dotted along…

  • Specialist Spotlight: KEiS heated clothing

    Specialist Spotlight: KEiS heated clothing

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    Keis heated clothing can trace its roots back to Snug Glove heated inners, which were hugely popular in the 1990s. At the time it was almost a ‘cottage industry’ with the gloves made in the UK by a team of talented women working from their homes. It was clear that there was an appetite for…

  • Dates for 2022: Road Racing!

    Dates for 2022: Road Racing!

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    Last month we brought you the full lowdown on all of the top flight racing action for MotoGP, WSB, MXGP and BSB – but this time, to make sure you’re ready for all of the road racing action, here’s a full list of key dates for the 2022 season. Kicking off with the Cookstown 100…

  • UNICA: Customise YOUR Ducati

    UNICA: Customise YOUR Ducati

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    The Italian factory has just announced an exclusive new customisation programme that allows approved punters to design and build their own motorcycle. It’s a novel idea which essentially means that Ducati’s Style Center will open up its doors and let a few lucky bikers (with deep enough pockets) work with designers and technicians to create…

  • Ridden! Honda CRF1100 Africa Twin Adventure Sport

    Ridden! Honda CRF1100 Africa Twin Adventure Sport

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    Words: Dave Manning Although the looks are near identical to the standard version, the bike you see here is the Adventure Sports version of the Africa Twin and, as such, it has one or two upgrades, such as the larger 24.8-litre fuel tank, and the Showa EERA electronic suspension. Although it still has the same…

  • Ridden! Triumph Tiger 900 Rally

    Ridden! Triumph Tiger 900 Rally

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    Words By Gary Hartshome With BMW celebrating 40 years of development with the GS and almost every manufacturer jumping on the Adventure bike bandwagon in recent years, it’s a big ask for manufacturers to compete with the mighty German behemoth. So, will Triumph’s latest effort get close? As a GS owner and rider myself I…

  • Ridden! Yamaha Tenere 700

    Ridden! Yamaha Tenere 700

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    Words: Ross Mowbray I’ve been waiting a long time to ride this bike. It’s right up my street – a spiritual successor to the big trail bikes of yesteryear that have lost favour with the advent of even bigger, heavier adventure bikes. Okay, the T7 is still an adventure bike, but it’s one that’s been…

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