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Is the Africa Twin 1,084cc Engine Headed for a Standard Style Bike

When I started working as a journalist in this industry, Honda was very reluctant to share engines between different product platforms. At the time, I thought that the RC51 v-twin superbike motor would be an ideal candidate (in a different state of tune, perhaps) for use in a naked...

Published on December 10 2020, 16:18
Source: www.motorcycledaily.com
 

With MotoGP's summer break officially underway (and just days away from now concluding), Asphalt & Rubber sat down with Randy Mamola at the finish of the US Grand Prix at Laguna Seca, to get the Grand Prix legend's perspective on how the 2013 MotoGP Championship was shaping up so far in his... 

A good friend once told me he liked to have his finger hovering over the proverbial eject button in life, even though he never had any intention of using it. The feeling it conveyed to him was, of course, that he could chuck it all at any time and somehow live "free." The BMW GS series has... 

The Africa Twin's surprisingly dirt-worthy performance, its fairly light weight, simplicity and relatively economical $13,299 MSRP (for the manual 6-speed model) have made it a sales success. Honda seems to have remembered what a lot of other OEMs have forgotten, namely that complexity and... 

Featuring a re-tuned version of the 1,084cc parallel twin found in the Africa Twin adventure models, Honda rolled out its all-new Rebel 1100 cruiser earlier today. We understand peak power is roughly 87 horsepower with a chunky 72 foot/pounds of torque at just 4,750 rpm. This will be a pretty... 

Originally from the June 2007 issue of Cycle World There was a time when a Ducati Superbike ruled the high banks of Daytona, but Cook Neilson's shock win on Cycle mag's Old Blue project SS was 30 years ago. Soon after, Japan hit its racing stride. Sure, Ducati Desmoquattros raced on into the... 

Press releases from the World Superbike and World Supersport teams ahead of this weekend's WSBK round at the iconic Monza circuit: Rea completes Assen test – Akiyoshi to ride at Monza Jonathan Rea completed a two-day test at the TT Circuit Assen in The Netherlands on Thursday following his... 

In light of the new Yamaha FZ-10 I rode a few days ago, let's travel back 10 years to the intro of the 10's predecessor: the FZ1. It, too, was a more comfortable version of the built-for-the-track R1, but in stark contrast to the new FZ-10 it's styling can only be considered bland by comparison....