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The world's fastest electric scooter - 80 mph and lots of fun
This is the brochure of the ZEV7100 from Intermot
The Yikebike - the smallest viable transportation device yet to hit the market - it'll be a long time before someone can make something smaller that can do 25 km/h
Max Biaggi and the bike his 2011 Superbike will be based on.
The ZX10R was announced with loud music and dancing girls. I'd like to say the ZX10R was the highlight but there was another ZX10R on the other side of the stand and it had no photographers around it.
Suzuki's new 750 promises a very sweet-handling, lightweight super sports ride
Adjustable suspension is another BMW first
BMW's new headlight system is a winner - one wonders what the other manufacturers will do to match the innovation
BMW's six cylinder engine
The Horex VR6 is just beautiful in the flesh
The engine layout of the Horex - very clever stuff indeed
This was the first working engine Dieter built with his four cylinders on a single conrod design
The Intermot motorcycle and bicycle fair rolled around in Cologne earlier this month with a lot of focus clearly beginning to shine on the area of electric bikes, scooters, bicycles and even smaller devices. Gizmag looks at the 10 kg Yikebike, the world's fastest electric scooter, Kawasaki's 210 bhp ZX10R, BMW's six cylinder masterpiece, Horex's V6 and one of the most astounding engines we've yet seen - the Ducati 868cc V8 of German engineer Dieter Hartmann-Wirthwein. The layout of his engine (pictured) enables a compact four cylinder engine to be built on a single cylinder crankcase.
Read the full article: Video: Intermot Motorcycle Show - a 210bhp four, two six cylinders and an astonishing V8 Ducati
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