Roaring Beast Scooter, The Currus Panther First Look | Electric Scooter Guide
Check out our first look of the beast scooter, the Currus Panther.
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Bell, the Helmet Brand That Save Lives
The name Bell has been synonymous with motorcycle helmets since they developed their first prototype over 50 years ago. The company was brought into the spotlight in 1955, when a driver slammed into the retaining wall while racing in the Indianapolis 500. Cal Niday fractured his skull but his Bell helmet saved his life.
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Heart on race, wheel on fire. At the heart of stylish and modern looking Kinetic Sym Flyte lies a powerful 125 cc engine that generates 8 bhp of refined output! Boasting host of innovative and international quality features Kinetic SYM Flyte is all set to pose a tough challenge to other players of the field.
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Aftermarket has always been playing a pivotal role in helping bike lovers especially and other bike owners in general. The current article is based on some simple tips for motorcycle modification.
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You bought your bike for use in your daily commute or regular adventures. But, there may be instances when you will have to store it for sometime (from a few days to a few weeks or months) for certain reasons-you might be going on travel for a while, it’s probably winter, or you may have other reasons for bike storage.
Cleaning Your Motorcycle The Right Way
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Classic Bike Profiles – A Brief History of HRD Motorcycles
The company HRD takes its name from the initials of its founder Howard Davies. Howard was a very successful and famous rider long before he started making motorcycles in 1924. He rode a Sunbeam to joint second place in the 1914 Senior TT, After the Great War (during which we was shot down and mistakenly reported as being killed) Howard returned to racing in the early 1920’s when he had some success riding for the AJS team.