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2014 Honda NC700X DCT ABS, Ride Everywhere.Honda s new NC700X is a real breath of fresh air in today s world of specialized motorcycles, a new concept in streetbikes, and one that puts the FUN in Functional. During the week it s an awesome commuter. On the weekend it lets you go exploring in the country, or carve up a twisty canyon road. Light, nimble, and with an engine that offers a generous helping of useable torque, it s all wrapped up in a package that s big enough for longer rides, but not a handful in tight traffic or in a parking lot. And to sweeten the deal, it s even available in two versions: one model features a conventional six-speed, manual-clutch transmission, while a second version is available with the latest generation of Honda s exclusive automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT). Plus, the DCT version comes with Honda s revolutionary Combined ABS!*MSRP = TBD. Final MSRP will not include $310 destination charge.
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Max Biaggi won the opening race to the 2012 World Superbike Championship while defending champion Carlos Checa came back from a high-speed crash in the first race to win the second at Australia’s Phillip Island circuit. Reigning champion Checa of Althea Ducati had a stunning high-side crash while leading on the sixth lap of Race One. The WSBK paddock was already in shock with the death of 17-year-old Oscar McIntyre in the Superstock 600 race the day before but thankfully Checa was not seriously injured.Fri, 09 Dec 2011 00:00:00 -0800
After the excesses of KTM and Harley's gifts ranges, Hondas seems tame. But even the sober Japanese firm has a handful of oddities in its line-up. The Japanese have been accused of imitating in the past, and Honda's incorporation of a baby's dummy in its official accessories catalogue mimics KTM's 'Silencer-System Mini Pro'.Fri, 10 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Noted Honda tuning company Mugen has revealed the second generation version of its electric racebike which will race in the TT Zero at the 2013 Isle of Man TT. The Shinden Ni (“Shinden” meaning “God of Electricity” while “Ni” is the number two in Japanese) will once again be ridden by 19-time TT winner John McGuinness. Mugen has been working on the Shinden Ni since last year’s TT Zero, using data collected in the race and during tests at circuits in Japan.
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