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Speed Read, 24 January 2021

By Chris Hunter | January 24, 2021

It’s a newsier mix than usual this week, with the Yamaha SR400 finally down for the count, and a top European motorcycle museum gone up in smoke. On the custom bike front, we’ve got two very sporty builds—one an XT600 supermoto, and the other a radically restyled BMW R nineT.

Yamaha XT600 supermoto by 86 Gear Motorcycles Christian Boosen runs 86 Gear Motorcycles in Warsaw, Poland, a city where the custom scene is starting to boom nicely. He’s just finished building this XT600 for a local client, and it looks like an absolute A-to-B supermoto weapon.

The engine got a massive shot in the arm with a rebuild including a high-comp piston, the cam from a TT600, and a Mikuni TM34 flatside carb—plus a new hydraulic clutch to handle the extra power.…

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2021 Trackday Directory: Submit Schedules And Photos By February 1

By David Swarts | January 24, 2021

Roadracing World Publishing is now requesting schedule and photo submissions from trackday organizers and riding school operators for the 2021 season to put in Roadracing World & Motorcycle Technology magazine and the 2021 Roadracing World Trackday Directory annual edition. All schedule submissions should include: the name of your school or trackday organization, your schedule (including […]
The post 2021 Trackday Directory: Submit Schedules And Photos By February 1 appeared first on Roadracing World Magazine | Motorcycle Riding, Racing & Tech News.

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Werner Wachter, Founder of Edelweiss Bike Travel, Dies at 77

By Rider Magazine | January 24, 2021

Edelweiss Bike Travel, the global motorcycle tour company based in Mieming, Austria, has announced the passing of its founder, Werner Wachter. He was 77. The following announcement was posted today on the Edelweiss Bike Travel website, and a selection of photos is shown below: It takes a lot of courage to live a busy life […]
The post Werner Wachter, Founder of Edelweiss Bike Travel, Dies at 77 first appeared on Rider Magazine.

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MotoGP Analysis: MotoGP’s New Generation of Heroes

By Trudy Ulrich | January 23, 2021

Featured In the January 2021 issue of Roadracing World:            The 2020 MotoGP season was the first to be staged in the middle of a global pandemic. It was the first that didn’t feature the reigning World Champion since 1961 when John Surtees switched to Formula 1 cars.  And it was […]
The post MotoGP Analysis: MotoGP’s New Generation of Heroes appeared first on Roadracing World Magazine | Motorcycle Riding, Racing & Tech News.

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Suzuki Motorcycle Global Salon Opens Online February 5

By David Swarts | January 23, 2021

SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION TO LAUNCH NEW MOTORCYCLE GLOBAL SALON Brea, CA – Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. (Suzuki) recently launched its all-new website, SuzukiCycles.com, which serves as the primary online destination for Suzuki’s U.S. motorcycle, scooter, ATV and genuine accessories customers. And, now, Suzuki Motor Corporation, parent company of Suzuki Motor of America, Inc., is […]
The post Suzuki Motorcycle Global Salon Opens Online February 5 appeared first on Roadracing World Magazine | Motorcycle Riding, Racing & Tech News.

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Roberts & Beaubier: Americans In Moto2, In January Issue

By Trudy Ulrich | January 23, 2021

Featured In the January 2021 issue of Roadracing World:            American Joe Roberts had a breakout year in 2020. Competing in his third season in the FIM Moto2 World Championship, Roberts claimed three pole positions, one podium finish, and finished seventh in the final Championship points; landed a ride replacing outgoing […]
The post Roberts & Beaubier: Americans In Moto2, In January Issue appeared first on Roadracing World Magazine | Motorcycle Riding, Racing & Tech News.

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Master of Metal: Shiny Hammer’s Moto Guzzi 1000SP

By Chris Hunter | January 23, 2021

We’re suckers for classic Moto Guzzi café racers. But we like it even more when someone messes up the recipe a little. As with this sleek and quirky 1000 SP from France—which mixes conventional and unorthodox styling cues to great effect.
It comes from Samuel Aguiar, a multi-talented chap who designs furniture as well as motorcycles. He runs the Shiny Hammer workshop in Saint-Quentin, a town near the border of Belgium in northern France.

Samuel’s previous creations include a Rocketeer-style electric scooter and a stunning Shovelhead. They’re both fantastic builds but have little in common with this Guzzi.
“This one’s based on a 1981 1000 SP,” says Samuel. “The donor bike had been crashed, and the front wheel was basically stuck in the engine.…

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WERA/N2 Endurance: Army Of Darkness Partners With Pirelli

By David Swarts | January 23, 2021

Army of Darkness Race Team Joins Forces with Pirelli for the 2021 Racing Season AOD Yamaha R1-Equipped with DIABLO™ Superbike Slicks Seeks 16th National Title ROME, Ga. – Pirelli Tire North America has announced a new partnership that will see the Army of Darkness (AOD) racing team equipped with Pirelli DIABLO™ Superbike slicks for the […]
The post WERA/N2 Endurance: Army Of Darkness Partners With Pirelli appeared first on Roadracing World Magazine | Motorcycle Riding, Racing & Tech News.

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2021 Triumph Tiger 850 Sport Review (13 Fast Facts)

By Don Williams | January 23, 2021

Marketing is a funny thing. Usually, manufacturers exaggerate the displacement in model names—even if only by a little bit. However, in the case of the 2021 Triumph Tiger 850 Sport, the Hinckley-based company rebadged its Tiger 900 as an 850 with a couple of goals in mind. Although we’re mildly interested in motorcycle marketing, we […]
The post 2021 Triumph Tiger 850 Sport Review (13 Fast Facts) appeared first on Ultimate Motorcycling.

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2021 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special First Look (5 Fast Facts)

By Don Williams | January 23, 2021

The 2021 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special changes this year focus on new colors and finishes. However, there are some other updates worth discussing. The 2021 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The smartphone apps are integrated into the Boom! Box GTS color touchscreen infotainment system. Unfortunately, it requires a […]
The post 2021 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special First Look (5 Fast Facts) appeared first on Ultimate Motorcycling.

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Moto Guzzi Celebrates its 100th Anniversary

By Rider Magazine | January 22, 2021

This year Moto Guzzi celebrates its “centenario” — 100 years of continuous motorcycle production at its factory in Mandello del Lario, Italy. This achievement makes Moto Guzzi the oldest European motorcycle manufacturer in continuous operation. A Century of Moto Guzzi History On March 15, 1921, the “Società Anonima Moto Guzzi” was established with the goal […]
The post Moto Guzzi Celebrates its 100th Anniversary first appeared on Rider Magazine.

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Moto Guzzi Celebrates Its 100th Anniversary With Iconic Livery

By Seth Richards | January 22, 2021

Remember when Guzzi dominated grand prix racing and built a 500cc V-8? With a silver and green livery in honor of its centennial, Moto Guzzi offers a reminder.

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New KTM 1290 Super Duke RR Specs Leaked

By Ben Purvis | January 22, 2021

New specs uncovered about KTM’s forthcoming high-spec 1290 Super Duke RR reveal a lighter curb weight along with lower emissions.

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The Persistence of the Piston Engine

By Kevin Cameron | January 22, 2021

Despite the recent hype of electric propulsion systems for cars and motorcycles, the internal combustion piston engines are still the most effective. Why?

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2021 Husqvarna FC 450

By Staff | January 22, 2021

The 2021 Husqvarna FC 450 is a vet-friendly full-size four-stroke that is made up of a powerful engine, light chassis, and quality touch-point components.

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Motorcycle News

Speed Read, 24 January 2021

It’s a newsier mix than usual this week, with the Yamaha SR400 finally down for the count, and a top European motorcycle museum gone up in smoke. On the custom bike front, we’ve got two very sporty builds—one an XT600 supermoto, and the other a radically restyled BMW R nineT.

Yamaha XT600 supermoto by 86 Gear Motorcycles Christian Boosen runs 86 Gear Motorcycles in Warsaw, Poland, a city where the custom scene is starting to boom nicely. He’s just finished building this XT600 for a local client, and it looks like an absolute A-to-B supermoto weapon.

The engine got a massive shot in the arm with a rebuild including a high-comp piston, the cam from a TT600, and a Mikuni TM34 flatside carb—plus a new hydraulic clutch to handle the extra power.…

Read More

2021 Trackday Directory: Submit Schedules And Photos By February 1

Roadracing World Publishing is now requesting schedule and photo submissions from trackday organizers and riding school operators for the 2021 season to put in Roadracing World & Motorcycle Technology magazine and the 2021 Roadracing World Trackday Directory annual edition. All schedule submissions should include: the name of your school or trackday organization, your schedule (including […]
The post 2021 Trackday Directory: Submit Schedules And Photos By February 1 appeared first on Roadracing World Magazine | Motorcycle Riding, Racing & Tech News.

Read More

Werner Wachter, Founder of Edelweiss Bike Travel, Dies at 77

Edelweiss Bike Travel, the global motorcycle tour company based in Mieming, Austria, has announced the passing of its founder, Werner Wachter. He was 77. The following announcement was posted today on the Edelweiss Bike Travel website, and a selection of photos is shown below: It takes a lot of courage to live a busy life […]
The post Werner Wachter, Founder of Edelweiss Bike Travel, Dies at 77 first appeared on Rider Magazine.

Read More

MotoGP Analysis: MotoGP’s New Generation of Heroes

Featured In the January 2021 issue of Roadracing World:            The 2020 MotoGP season was the first to be staged in the middle of a global pandemic. It was the first that didn’t feature the reigning World Champion since 1961 when John Surtees switched to Formula 1 cars.  And it was […]
The post MotoGP Analysis: MotoGP’s New Generation of Heroes appeared first on Roadracing World Magazine | Motorcycle Riding, Racing & Tech News.

Read More

Suzuki Motorcycle Global Salon Opens Online February 5

SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION TO LAUNCH NEW MOTORCYCLE GLOBAL SALON Brea, CA – Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. (Suzuki) recently launched its all-new website, SuzukiCycles.com, which serves as the primary online destination for Suzuki’s U.S. motorcycle, scooter, ATV and genuine accessories customers. And, now, Suzuki Motor Corporation, parent company of Suzuki Motor of America, Inc., is […]
The post Suzuki Motorcycle Global Salon Opens Online February 5 appeared first on Roadracing World Magazine | Motorcycle Riding, Racing & Tech News.

Read More

Roberts & Beaubier: Americans In Moto2, In January Issue

Featured In the January 2021 issue of Roadracing World:            American Joe Roberts had a breakout year in 2020. Competing in his third season in the FIM Moto2 World Championship, Roberts claimed three pole positions, one podium finish, and finished seventh in the final Championship points; landed a ride replacing outgoing […]
The post Roberts & Beaubier: Americans In Moto2, In January Issue appeared first on Roadracing World Magazine | Motorcycle Riding, Racing & Tech News.

Read More

Master of Metal: Shiny Hammer’s Moto Guzzi 1000SP

We’re suckers for classic Moto Guzzi café racers. But we like it even more when someone messes up the recipe a little. As with this sleek and quirky 1000 SP from France—which mixes conventional and unorthodox styling cues to great effect.
It comes from Samuel Aguiar, a multi-talented chap who designs furniture as well as motorcycles. He runs the Shiny Hammer workshop in Saint-Quentin, a town near the border of Belgium in northern France.

Samuel’s previous creations include a Rocketeer-style electric scooter and a stunning Shovelhead. They’re both fantastic builds but have little in common with this Guzzi.
“This one’s based on a 1981 1000 SP,” says Samuel. “The donor bike had been crashed, and the front wheel was basically stuck in the engine.…

Read More

WERA/N2 Endurance: Army Of Darkness Partners With Pirelli

Army of Darkness Race Team Joins Forces with Pirelli for the 2021 Racing Season AOD Yamaha R1-Equipped with DIABLO™ Superbike Slicks Seeks 16th National Title ROME, Ga. – Pirelli Tire North America has announced a new partnership that will see the Army of Darkness (AOD) racing team equipped with Pirelli DIABLO™ Superbike slicks for the […]
The post WERA/N2 Endurance: Army Of Darkness Partners With Pirelli appeared first on Roadracing World Magazine | Motorcycle Riding, Racing & Tech News.

Read More

2021 Triumph Tiger 850 Sport Review (13 Fast Facts)

Marketing is a funny thing. Usually, manufacturers exaggerate the displacement in model names—even if only by a little bit. However, in the case of the 2021 Triumph Tiger 850 Sport, the Hinckley-based company rebadged its Tiger 900 as an 850 with a couple of goals in mind. Although we’re mildly interested in motorcycle marketing, we […]
The post 2021 Triumph Tiger 850 Sport Review (13 Fast Facts) appeared first on Ultimate Motorcycling.

Read More

2021 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special First Look (5 Fast Facts)

The 2021 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special changes this year focus on new colors and finishes. However, there are some other updates worth discussing. The 2021 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The smartphone apps are integrated into the Boom! Box GTS color touchscreen infotainment system. Unfortunately, it requires a […]
The post 2021 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special First Look (5 Fast Facts) appeared first on Ultimate Motorcycling.

Read More

Moto Guzzi Celebrates its 100th Anniversary

This year Moto Guzzi celebrates its “centenario” — 100 years of continuous motorcycle production at its factory in Mandello del Lario, Italy. This achievement makes Moto Guzzi the oldest European motorcycle manufacturer in continuous operation. A Century of Moto Guzzi History On March 15, 1921, the “Società Anonima Moto Guzzi” was established with the goal […]
The post Moto Guzzi Celebrates its 100th Anniversary first appeared on Rider Magazine.

Read More

Moto Guzzi Celebrates Its 100th Anniversary With Iconic Livery

Remember when Guzzi dominated grand prix racing and built a 500cc V-8? With a silver and green livery in honor of its centennial, Moto Guzzi offers a reminder.

Read More

New KTM 1290 Super Duke RR Specs Leaked

New specs uncovered about KTM’s forthcoming high-spec 1290 Super Duke RR reveal a lighter curb weight along with lower emissions.

Read More

The Persistence of the Piston Engine

Despite the recent hype of electric propulsion systems for cars and motorcycles, the internal combustion piston engines are still the most effective. Why?

Read More

2021 Husqvarna FC 450

The 2021 Husqvarna FC 450 is a vet-friendly full-size four-stroke that is made up of a powerful engine, light chassis, and quality touch-point components.

Read More