MV Agusta announce the F4RC-London low emission zones-World champion returns
March 27, 2015

MV Agusta will be launching their biggest sports bike of all time later this year and this week the new F4RC model has been officially confirmed by the brand. The new model is going to be made available in very limited numbers as the firm have confirmed the production of only 250 units of the motorcycle. This is the most anticipated bike that the company have ever produced and it is to look amazing suited and booted in World Superbike replica colour designs. The bike will also be offered with the very best pieces of technology which include Ohlins front forks and TTX36 shock absorbers too in order to make the riding experience as smooth and comfortable as possible. A 205 brake horse power deliverance is confirmed for the F4RC but you can add a race kit to the bike which adds even more power coming in at 212bhp. The new F4RC is going to be one wonderful motorcycle that we cannot wait to see get out and about on the road and what's even more exciting for this bike is that the brand have slapped a price tag of £26,860 on the model.


Casey Stoner making a return to motorcycle racing

He is one of the most loved motorcycle racers of all time and a former double world champion in the Moto GP world Championship. He retired from the sport three years ago and has since been testing new motorcycles. Fans are now excited though as Casey Stoner has announced that he is all set to return to motorcycle racing as he will look to make an impact this year on the Suzuka eight hour race. It has been confirmed that the 29 year old Australian world champion will ride for Honda in the event and will be joined by two other Honda riders. This is exciting news for motorcycle racing fans all around the world as a legend returns to the track.


New low emission zones to affect motorcyclists

London Mayor Boris Johnson has announced new ultra low emission zones which will first take effect in the city of London. These new zones will be for low emission vehicles only but Boris Johnson has stated that other vehicles entering the areas will be charged fees. So how does this affect motorcyclists?. Well it has been confirmed that for motorcycle riders to enter these new zones, they will be charged a fee of £12.50 per day but this only applies to motorcycles that happen to be older than thirteen years old. The reason behind this is that older motorcycles give out more in pollution that what new models do. Interestingly, reports have revealed that only one percent of nitrous oxide emissions are caused by motorcycles. So are you a motorcyclist and agree or disagree with these new changes brought to the city of London?. Let us know your thoughts on this matter via our social media accounts via Facebook,Twitter and Google Plus.  


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