Saturday, March 13, 2010

2010 Honda CB Twister

The 2010 Honda CB Twister turns up the heat in the Indian motorcycle market.
Honda’s fingers have firmly located the Indian biker’s pulse. It knows we can’t resist good-looking motorcycles. And that we must have durable quality, a reliable engine and unmatched fuel economy, all of which has to come home attractively priced.

Enter, the 109cc CB Twister, a commuter bike that looks like no other Indian commuter bike to date and has launched with Honda saying it has perfected every aspect of its new motorcycle. Read on and allow us to bring you our opinion on Honda’s new CB Twister.

Your eyes won’t believe they’re upon a commuter bike while viewing Honda’s CB Twister. Sharply styled with cues from the designed-in-Europe CB1000R, Honda’s new commuter motorcycle is cleanly styled without the clutter of many decals.

Much of its mass concentrates forward and close to its center of gravity. Six ‘V’ shaped spokes frame the CB’s attractive black alloy wheels, with this same shade coating much of the bike, including its front forks, handlebar, side and rear cowls, engine and stubby silencer. Honda is offering five metallic paint shades with its new bike.


The Yamaha YZF1000R Thunderace is a motorcycle produced by Yamaha from 1996 until 2003.The motorcycle is powered by Yamaha's 1002 cc 20-valve forward-slanting liquid-cooled four-cylinder engine. It is equipped with downdraught carburettors, throttle position sensor, gear position sensor, and a torque-boosting Exup system for low to mid-range performance with a claimed 145 bhp at 10,000 rpm and a top speed is of over 160 mph.

Yamaha FZR1000
Super bike
1,002cm3 Liquid cooled 4-stroke DOHC 20 Valve[1]
Constant Mesh 5-Speed
1430 mm
L 2085 mm W 740 mm
Seat height
795 mm
417 lb (198 kg) (dry), ) (wet)


A new Sporty Bike by Honda

New Delhi, June 30, 2008: Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd.

Introduces first-of-its-kind features in the mass market segment -
Integrated front body cowl, Sporty split seats, Wider Tubeless tyres &
Sporty foot step holder High performance Honda engine with 5 speed transmission Bike to hit the market in third week of July (HMSI), the 100% owned 2-wheeler subsidiary of the Honda Motor Company, Japan – the world's largest manufacturer of 2-wheelers, today unveiled its latest offering "CBF Stunner" in the Indian motorcycle segment. Targeted at youth, CBF Stunner's sharp and sporty look will revolutionize the motorcycle market in the country. HMSI, after the success of its 2 Motorcycles - Unicorn and Shine is all set to charm the Indian youth with its high performance, sporty, stylish motorcycle at an affordable price.

BMW S1000RR – fast as cheetah

Motorcycle BMW S1000RR – fast as a cheetah. Such is the basic message of last advertising photosession of the Bavarian manufacturer.

BMW S1000RR – fast as a cheetah
In a series of a photo and videoclips appear girl-model Bonnie Steinhauser, a motorcycle of the specified mark, and also two cheetahs, to Caen and Bongo.

It is remarkable that neither in a roller, nor the motorcycle does not go by photos, and cheetahs do not run, i.e. nobody shows obviously the leading qualities. But also without that all it is clear, which basic line of the unrestrained motorcycles wished to show and underline in BMW.

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-11/ZZ-R1100

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-11/ZZ-R1100 was produced from 1990-2001. It was marketed as the ZX-11 Ninja in North America and the ZZ-R1100 in the rest of the world.

This bike held the crown of The World's Fastest Production Bike for close to a decade with a record top speed of 283 km/h (176 mph).

When the bike was introduced in 1990, the nearest production bike top speed was 16 km/h (10 mph) slower and it belonged to the ZX-10, the bike that Kawasaki was replacing with the ZX-11.

  • Manufacturer - Kawasaki
  • Predecessor - Kawasaki ZX-10
  • Successor - ZZ-R1200/ZX-12R
  • Class - Sport Tourer
  • Engine - 1052 cc 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, DOHC, liquid-cooled
  • Power - 108 kW (147 PS) @ 10,500 rpm
  • Transmission - 6 speed
  • Yamaha YZF R1

    Lets discuss 5th position in the list of top 10 fastest bikes in the world. Yamaha launched the YZF-R1 after redesigning the Genesis engine to offset the crankshaft, gearbox input and output shafts and this “compacting” of the engine yielded a huge dividend in that the total engine length was now very short. The Yamaha YZF-R1motorcycle, introduced in 1998, was the first significant motorcycle in the true liter class (1,000 cc) “handling arms race” between the Japanese Big Four motorcycle manufacturers (Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha). When introduced, it took the class closer to a true racing motorcycle, and increased the handling capabilities. May be some more improvements it might push it further to the top among the top 10 fastest bikes in the world.

    Engine: Forward Inclined Parallel 4-cylinder, 20 valves, DOHC, liquid-cooled
    Top Speed: 186miles per hour (297 km/h)
    Power: 128.2 horsepower (95.6 kW) at 10000 rpm
    Transmission: Constant mesh 6-speed