Category: Road Race

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Kawasaki Ninja 250

Kawasaki Ninja 250 – Lightweight, sharp-looking, high-performance sports model offers excitement and ease of riding to a wide range of customers. Kawasaki proudly introduces a replacement sport model into this highly competitive arena. Clad in sharp new Ninja styling, the new Ninja 250 delivers greater performance than its predecessor care of all-new engine and chassis that are more powerful and significantly lighter. But just like the Ninja 300/250 that preceded it, this new Ninja model possesses far more than high performance. The new model takes the winning formula that drove the success of the Ninja 250R and its successors and amplifies it. Not only does the Ninja 250 offer stunning, but high-quality looks, its stronger engine performance, light, predictable handling, and relaxed, sporty riding position also make it both fun and easy to ride. Let’s

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2022 Yamaha YZF-R3: is it worth buying?

Yamaha YZF-R3: is it worth buying?

Yamaha YZF-R3, also known as the R3, is a 321 cc (19.6 cu in) inline-twin sportbike that has been manufactured since 2015. The R3 and R25 are Yamaha’s first twins with offset cylinders. This lightweight SuperSport gets a new MotoGP-inspired design, elevating it to the rank of the most innovative 300 on the street or track. Its sleek new bodywork was inspired by Rossi’s race bike, and its aggressive new dual LED headlights emphasize its pure R-series DNA. Is it worth buying a Yamaha RZF-R3? If someone wants to enjoy a smooth, fantastic engine and balance, the Yamaha R3 is the perfect option. Its price is $52,99. The R3 is worth buying as it balances out the amount one spends on it through its various valuable features.

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Kawasaki ZX25R

The much-awaited Kawasaki ZX25R has been unveiled in Indonesia this year. The Indonesian market welcomed both the standard at RM28,427 and the SE at RM33,431 at the same time. Although the wait was long, as a result of Covid19, the much-hyped motorcycle seems to be worth every hype. But despite the popularity of this motorcycle, a lot of people don’t know much about it. If you’re currently among these people, I assure you that you are not alone. I strongly believe that you’ll do better after reading this article. Since we’ll be talking about what you may want to know about this motorcycle, it is important that you pay close attention. I promise not to bore you. Here are some of the questions people have asked about

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Kawasaki Ninja 400

Entry-level Kawasaki Ninja models have for quite some time been well known among fledgling riders and amateurs since they offer games bicycle thrills in a protected and charming bundle. The Ninja 250 was the first, trailed by the Ninja 300, and presently the Ninja 400 has dominated. The Kawasaki Ninja 400, which was appeared in 2017, is the most practical motorbike in Kawasaki’s eminent games bicycle family. Is the Kawasaki Ninja 400 a beginner bike?  Ninja 400 is a fantastic beginner bike with plenty of power and speed to get you into trouble. To put things in perspective, people have been killed while riding bicycles. It might be the only motorcycle you’ll ever need, but it’ll be fun to ride and won’t leave you wanting

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Yamaha R15 V4 – Mileage, Colours, Images

The all-new R15 V4 is the fourth generation of the legendary R15, sharing DNA with the YZF R1. The R15 V4 is equipped with a 155 CC LC4V SOHC FI ENGINE WITH VVA, Traction Control System, and Quick Shifter. With Track mode enabled, try it out on the Racetrack. It comes in five colors and five variations. The Yamaha YZF R15 V4 is powered by a 155cc BS6 engine that produces 18.1 horsepower and 14.2 Nm of torque. The Yamaha YZF R15 V4 features anti-lock brakes on both the front and rear disc brakes. The YZF R15 V4 weighs 142 kilograms and features a 2.90 gallons/ 11-liter fuel tank. What is New About The Yamaha R15 V4? The R15’s fourth iteration is jam-packed with features.

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Is Aprilia GPR250R a entry level sport bike?

At the Xi’an Auto Expo in China, Aprilia unveiled the new 2021 GPR250R fully-faired sportbike. The motorcycle has been updated with a slew of significant changes both inside and out. It continues to compete with super sportbikes such as the KTM RC 390 and the Yamaha YZF-R3. On the exterior, this bike has a somewhat sharper body with redesigned panels for a more modern appearance. From certain perspectives, the bike looks to be inspired by its larger RSV4 sister. It has a more angular three-piece headlight with air vents and winglet-like panels. Among the new features is a semi-digital instrument cluster with a new color TFT display. At first glance, it’s clear to ascertain that Aprilia GPR250R has given its entry-level sportbike cosmetic enhancements which

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