The Appaloosa sends Indian to the 1/8 mile at the Sultans of Spint. She will compete, i.a. at the Glemseck 101, driven by former GP driver Randy Mamola. Sprint Racer Indian Appaloosa Base is an Indian Scout. The name comes from a spirited horse breed. […weiter lesen]
The King of Customizing left us at the age of 79. Arlen Ness died Arlen Ness is known to many mainly from leather suits. He was also one of the biggest and best customizers in the world. He was often referred to as King of […weiter lesen]
Walt Siegl is one of the best motorcycle manufacturers in America and has now introduced two of his works bearing the simple name SBK, Superbike. The two motorcycles come in a retro look but have new technology installed. Red or blue??? In the red SBK, […weiter lesen]
Pictures from the MV Agusta F4 LH44
The Glemseck 101 is the Cafe Racer event in Germany. Already for the twelfth time it takes place near Stuttgart.
Bike and Music Weekend Geiselwind 2017 – Pictures
Individualization from the factory, which is something that MV Agusta is increasingly emphasizing – as already reported. BMW also sees an increasing desire for individualization ex works.
On World SBK race weekend at Laguna Seca the Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition was not the only Motorcycle that was presented. MV Agusta also showed new things. – The Brutale 800 America.
Some time ago I have already presented the mysterious video of MV Agusta. RVS Reparto Veicoli Speciali – much more was not to be seen. Now there is more information or the first machine from their hand. The RVS # 1 was introduced.
Not only look to Wunderlich’s latest variation of the R NINET scrambler differs from the original. The BMW Motorrad accessories specialists gave the “Green Hell” christened model also some technical highlights.
MV Agusta has put a new mysterious teaser online. You can see how the letters RVS are engraved in an aluminum block. RVS stands for Reparto Veicoli Speciali, which can be roughly translated with Department of Special Vehicles.
Pictures from the Motorradwelt Bodnesee 2017.
The two Italian brands Ducati and Diesel have been working together for some time. Together they have now designed the Diavel Diesel
MV Agusta presents the Dragster 800 “Blackout” at the Motor Bike Expo 2017