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2013 Yamaha Bolt R-Spec (2014), Bolt R Spec - Featuring the fuel injected, 4-valve, V-Star 950 engine, the Bolt R-Spec utilizes an all new "less is more" design. Simple and compact, with a low seat height, the Bolt R-Spec offers light, agile handling that instills rider confidence. A new breed of "crossover", the Bolt R-Spec is an interesting blend of cruiser features in a chassis that offers a natural, upright riding position. A "raw metal" theme highlights the engine styling, while the teardrop tank and limited bodywork showcase the Bolt R-Spec's simple mechanical beauty. The R-Spec model features premium gas charged shocks and a special upgraded seat.
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Moto blogTue, 08 Jul 2014
From custom café racers to beautifully restored Bridgestone motorcycles, a full range of motorcycling interests will be represented at BikeBandit.com AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, featuring Indian Motorcycle, July 11-13 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio. Classic Clubs that will be located on Championship Row include the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club, Louisville Vintage Motorworks, Café Racer magazine and Bridgestone Motorcycle Club. The Club Corral, across from Championship Row, will include the Indian 4 Cylinder Club, the Kawasaki ZL Owners Association and the Cincinnati Classic British Motorcycle Owners.Mon, 24 Feb 2014
The 2014 World Supersport season opened in dramatic fashion after a red-flagged restart turned the 18-lap race into a five-lap sprint, with MV Agusta making a triumphant return to the top of the podium for the first time since 1976. The Supersport event began with a hard-fought battle between three-time champion Kenan Sofuoglu, Kev Coghlan and Michael van der Mark. Sofuoglu and his Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R held a slim lead over Coghlan’s Yamaha R6 and van der Mark’s Honda CBR600RR when the race was halted after CIA Insurance Honda rider Jack Kennedy suffered an engine problem and leaked oil onto the track.Wed, 04 Dec 2013
AMA Pro Racing announced plans to combine its Daytona Sportbike and Supersport classes into a single category by the 2015 season. The two classes currently share many similarities including engine displacement regulations, minimum weight limits and eligible machines. The Supersport class has more restrictions on modifications and are limited to a maximum top speed of 165 mph while Daytona Sportbike machines are allowed to reach speeds up to 170 mph.
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