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02/12/13 Yellow Biker

Jesse James stopped building bikes almost 4 years ago, but it looks like the quality of his craft outlives his (former) desire to take a definitive break. As Cyril Huze reports, Jesse was convinced into reviving WCC by the huge amount of support and praise his work has gathered in time, and by the fact that his creations, including apparel and other gear are still much sought after. : http://www.autoevolution.com
This dynojet was just done for fun before doing the neccessary remapping and should just show you what happens when you install a Termignoni SlipOn without getting a proper remap of your ECU. To much unused gasoline leaves the exhaust and goes up in flames. This is not recommended for street use and is also not healthy for your bike. If you get a Termignoni SlipOn you should visit a dealer with Dynojet to enhance the driving experience and also care for your bike by getting a good custom mapping done! Source: http://www.youtube.com
Did you ever wonder what Norman Hossack would have done if he had designed a front wheel drive system on a motorcycle using his suspension? Well, some years back, he had been working out the plans for doing just that, he even calculated the additional weight involved, but couldn't find a suitable CV joint to meet his needs. His dream was to build an AWD Dakar bike because he thought it would be unbeatable. : http://thekneeslider.com
02/12/13 Yellow Biker

The Spanish-based Aspar squad has said it would welcome the opportunity to speak to Suzuki about the prospect of running the Japanese factory’s new 1000cc MotoGP project in 2014. Suzuki plans to return to MotoGP next year after a two-year absence with a two-rider factory effort, but its return its not without stipulations from Dorna. : http://www.motorcyclenews.com
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Jesse James Relaunches West Coast Choppers

Two promotional videos for Kawasaki motorcycles, specifically regarding the Z800 and Ninja ZX-6R 636 have been nominated in the International Advertising Awards and are finalists to win the prestigious awards in the categories they’ve been entered in. : http://www.twowheelsblog.com
Think of a custom Moto Guzzi, and it’s invariably built in the ‘classic’style: Timeless cafe racer lines, muted colors and bare metal. I’m a fan of that look, but it’s also refreshing to see someone take a completely different approach—and pull it off spectacularly. : http://www.bikeexif.com
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“Also, I’m making the engine odd-fire,” he said. “Odd-fire gets off corners better. The first generation
with the flat crank then maybe a 90-degree crank.” A stock Kawasaki ZX-10R crankshaft is “flat,” has its crankpins at 180 degrees. : http://www.cycleworld.com
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There are some stunning pictures of Brigitte Bardot on all manner of motor vehicles.
: http://silodrome.com
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The change from 6 to 5 engines per season seemed to be starting in 2014,at least according to last November's FIM press release - a copy of which can be seen on MotoGP.com - where the 5 engines statement is present under "Effective 01 January 2014", alongside the proposed control ECU rules. : http://www.crash.net
We're not diehard fans of the big GS here, but we cannot help admiring the way BMW Motorrad are presenting their craft. With the introduction of water-cooling in the R1200GS series, BMW took a step to meet the customers who, until now, refused to trust the air-cooled touring machines. : http://www.autoevolution.com
The DECO LINER Zephyr Sedan Delivery and matching DECO SCOOT custom Harley Sportster took three years to build and is the realization of a dream owner Terry Cook of Long Valley, NJ has had since 1999. The unique front-wheel drive chassis was designed by Gary Brown, who owns the firm that did the majority of the construction of the car. Starting with a new DECO RIDES fiberglass Zephyr sedan delivery body, the car and bike was finished for the 2008 summer season in a six month marathon thrash by Gary and Dylan Brown and Robert Winningham of BROWN’S METAL MODS in Indianapolis. : http://bikerscafeblog.com

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