The latest in Motorcycle news
December 29, 2014

The Motorcycle show in London has become one of if not the biggest annual motorbike event to take place in the United Kingdom and it is almost that time of year again. The 2015 London show will take place this coming February and will open its doors on the 13th of February until the 15th of February. This year though is set to be one of the biggest events that has ever been held. It has been announced that for the first time, every Motorcycle that legendary rider Valentino Rossi has rode will be on display all in the one arena. This is definitely a key highlight for many motorcycle fans all around the world and will certainly bring the crowds. A range of classic Norton motorcycles will also be on display from the event,a classic bike of the year award and a BMW off road skills display will also be highlights for motorcycle fans. Tickets for the big event come in at £16.00 with children under the age of fifteen entering free.


A new Triumph Speed Triple under development

British motorcycle firm Triumph have began work on the development of an updated Speed Triple model which would go on sale in the future. The Speed Triple ever since its first production in 1994 has become one of the biggest selling motorcycles that the company have on offer. Recently Triumph have introduced big changes to their Bonneville range which could have a very positive effect on the sales of the bike. Now the Speed Triple is receiving the same treatment. Updates to the engine and new technology such as keyless ignition system and traction control will find their way into the Speed Triple with power also potentially receiving a big boost. Not a lot more is known about the Speed Triple at the moment but no comment has been made on as to an expected time of launch for the bike.


Prices confirmed for the KTM RC 390 Cup

Austrian manufacturer KTM have revealed the price range for their brand new RC 390 model which is specifically designed for the racing track. The new bike will only be made available from KTM dealerships in the future and the brand have announced a cost of £6,425 to come along with the bike. New features of the bike have been revealed by KTM which include many highlights such as a fully adjustable suspension system,an exhaust made by Akrapovic and a set of R and G sliders also coming along with the bike as completely standard. Tests for racers and teams begin in March of 2015 with an on sale date expected to be announced closer to the time.  


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