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BMW, Honda and Yamaha collaborate to increase motorcycle safety

BMW, Honda and Yamaha have joined forces in pursuit of the development and promotion of Cooperative-Intelligent Transportation Systems (C-ITS) principally designed for powered two-wheelers. Aiming at increasing safety for riders, this initiative will focus on developing ITS applications tailored to the specific requirements of motorcycles and scooters.

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Suter unleashes the MMX 500 two-stroke GP racer

Switzerland 's Suter Racing has been toying with the idea of a two-stroke GP500 racer since 2012, when the MMX 500 was first announced. We had to wait for another three years, but now the two-stroke V4 powerhouse worthy of any GP500-era racing legend is here. This limited production pure racer from the past is definitely one for people with deep pockets and an appetite for outrageous power.
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First ride: 2015 MV Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster, Dragster RR and Turismo Veloce

With a new range of 800cc 3-cylinder motorcycles that focus on real-world fun and road riding, it seems MV Agusta is ready to step down from its lofty historic perch, roll up the sleeves and get busy competing in a number of segments. At an Australian launch event, we had the chance to ride the bare-knuckle Dragster 800, the supermodel Dragster RR and the impressively practical Turismo Veloce.Read More

Gary Rothwell nudges 210 mph to break world wheelie record

From the world's fastest jet-powered shopping trolley to the world's fastest motorized shed, records were falling left and right last weekend at the final Straightliners Top Speed event of the year in the UK. Britain's Gary Rothwell took the opportunity to have another stab at the high-speed wheelie category. Disappointed that he failed to break the world record last month, Rothwell piloted his 540-horsepower turbocharged Hayabusa to a ridiculous 209.822 mph on the back wheel for over one kilometer to smash the previous record and set a sky-high mark for next year's contenders.Read More

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