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2021 Milan EICMA motorcycle show

Nov 24, 2021 - 9:42 AM - by Richard230
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Here is news regarding the 2021 Milan Motorcycle show. I note that both BMW, KTM and even Ducati are not attending. But Royal Enfield and Zero will be there, so it is not the distance to the show that is keeping some of the major brands away: https://www.motorcycle.com/events/ei...-show-coverage
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2022 Honda Navi

Nov 21, 2021 - 8:57 AM - by Richard230
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Honda has just announced a new 110cc motorcycle/scooter model that has an MSRP of only $1,807 called the Navi, which they will introduce to the U.S. market in 2022. It is expected to reach California next February. It sounds to me like they are going back to the 1960's with something similar to the original Super Cub, only a lot more refined. Here is the story: https://www.revzilla.com/common-trea...oto-first-look

Apparently this vehicle is no relation to the BMW Navi.
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London Bike Bays App, just discovered and used!!

Nov 21, 2021 - 4:58 AM - by pezos
Disclaimer: I have nothing to do with this app, I am a genuine user who has found it super useful and wanted to share.

So I live in London and have downloaded the app, either free with ads or £2.99 without. Search for an address or even a shop name and the app will show you a map with the closest solo bike bays on it. Then click on one of the bays and the address pops up. Choose to click through to google maps and it will take you directly to the bay.

I use a pair of in ear earbuds connected to my phone. They service both voice commands for the sat nav and have fairly good noise isolation too.

I hope someone finds this app as useful as I have so far.
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Special forces are testing Zeros as helicopter luggage

Nov 19, 2021 - 5:02 PM - by Richard230
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Here is a neat use of Zero motorcycles being tested by the U.S. Special Forces. It sure beats hiking in the desert. https://electrek.co/2021/11/17/speci...c-motorcycles/
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BMW R18B and R18Transcon MOAON review

Nov 18, 2021 - 6:19 PM - by Richard230
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The U.S. BMW national club's November Owners News magazine contains a long review of the 2022 R 18 Bagger and the R 18 Transcontinental, written by Sam Q. Fleming. Let me tell you, this fellow is not going to be invited back to review any new BMW motorcycles in the future. He did a great job of evaluating both motorcycles but definitely was not very complementary in his description of the two models.

He describes the R18's as not being a "rider's motorcycle", but more of a "beach cruiser". Although ones that weigh 759 pounds and 941 pounds, respectively. And that is before you add any accessories not on the base models. He says that the power per pound of the R18's isn't far off that of the 1969 R69S.

I really enjoyed his comment that he asked the official BMW technical representative about clutch spline lubrication intervals. He said that his question "did not lead to definitive answers". ... [Read More]
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