2002 Honda Interceptor Vfr800fi W/abs on 2040-motos
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2002 Honda Interceptor VFR800FI w/ABS, Great Condition! Please call 408-377-8780 - It's the bike experienced motorcycle magazine testers consistently choose as their personal favorite-the most refined all-around sports machine there's ever been. And this year we've improved upon perfection by giving the new Interceptor a torquey, more powerful VTEC engine, a new styling treatment reminiscent of our own NR 750 and optional integrated hard luggage.
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Honda Launches Dream Yuga in India – One of The Cheapest New Honda Motorcycles WorldwideTue, 15 May 2012
Honda, the largest (by volume) motorcycle manufacturer in the world has launched one of its least expensive motorcycles. Made specifically for the booming two-wheeler market in India, the 109cc Dream Yuga is set to retail for 44,642 Indian rupees. That price wouldn’t translate directly here in the U.S., but a simple currency conversion at today’s monetary values equates the rupee cost to $830.
2014 MotoGP Qatar in PicturesMon, 24 Mar 2014
The opening round of the 2014 MotoGP season is complete, and if the Grand Prix of Qatar is any indication, it looks like it’ll be an interesting season. If you haven’t yet, read up on the recap for the Qatar MotoGP race for the details on what transpired at Losail International Circuit in Doha. Here then are some of the (mostly spoiler-free) photographs from the Grand Prix of Qatar, including images from the MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 classes.
2013 Mugen Shinden Ni Electric Race Bike RevealedFri, 10 May 2013
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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