BRP Can-Am Spyder Roadster : The Next Dimension in Open Riding™
2008 Can-Am Spyder Roadster. This three-wheel vehicle, with two wheels in the front and one in the rear, offers a completely new and stunning look. Powered by a proven 990 V-Twin engine designed and manufactures by BRP-Rotax, Spyder Roadster, with its unique Y-architecture, can be described as a part motorcycle and part convertible sports car.
Can-Am Spyder Roadster is the next dimension in open-road riding. A true paradigm shift, the Spyder roadster offers a balance of performance of peace of mind with features like the Vehicle Stability System (VSS), engineered in conjunction with BoschTM, which includes anti-lock brakes, traction control and stability control system.
New Arrival of Bikes in Our Showroom - Import and Export
Every week of the month, you will see our staff busy unloading bikes from import containers. You can also see them busy loading bikes into containers for exporting to our neighbouring countries.
New Yamaha XVS 1100
Reliability is the best on the new Yamaha XVS1100 – even though the engine traces its roots back to the early 80s or before, problems are rare. As with so many cruisers, corrosion is the big enemy as motorcycles such as the Yamaha XVS1100 sell on looks.
Yamaha XVS1100 is a big cruiser of yesteryear is more a mid sized cruiser of today. It's an evolution of Yamaha’s long running XV1100 Virago which used to be its custom-style range topper but now it’s dwarfed by the near-two litre megacruisers. The Yamaha XVS1100 is somewhat old tech but light weight and manageability are always useful.
The Yamaha XVS1100's big V-twin is softly tuned offering just 62bhp. Torque is a more respectable 63ftlb. There’s enough low down poke to keep the Yamaha XVS1100 nippy around town but if you want to go quick it needs revving – and can vibrate. While the engine produced the same power when in the 1100 Virago, weight is up 40kg which dulls the performance somewhat.
When Yamaha first introduced its radical R1 in the late 1990s, it was described as a "no compromises", high-performance sportbike. Yamaha has tried hard to stay ahead of the competition ever since. For 2007, Yamaha has yet another generation of R1 to introduce to sportbike enthusiasts.
At first glance, the styling appears to be a mild evolution over last year's popular machine, but Yamaha had more than a new look in mind with the new R1's bodywork. Yamaha claims that the new R1 will have improved aerodynamics and intake flow into the ram-air system. Additionally, a layered cowling is designed to draw hot air away from the engine compartment to help maintain maximum horsepower.
The yamaha R1 since its launch in 1999 has been a style icon and benchmark to beat among the other litre class bikes and has been a very effiecient track tool ! and tops the sales in Europe and Asia. This mindblowing bike with a power to weight ratio of more than 1.2:1 and sexy looks has stolen the hearts of millions of people all over the world and it just gets better this
Kawasaki Versys 2007 wins MCN-test™
The new Kawasaki Versys proved in the MCN test of 22 November that all-rounders can be fun. In this multi-bike test, the 650cc parallel twin was compared against the V-Strom, Multistrada and Fazer. "If you want an all-rounder that's easy to ride, then the versatile Versys ticks all the boxes", said MCN’s road tester.
MCN tested the Versys across the range of abilities, from touring to commuting and back lane scratching taking into consideration practicality, user friendliness and appearance.
It's easy to ride, fun at low speeds, handles well, has the strongest engine and is simply the best overall package."
Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R:
THE POWER OF SMOOTH AND PROGRESSIVENESS