New Honda Integra, Adapting to your Pocket
It would have been a week of non-Honda novelties but was released because of those bets that seek to change the market for two wheels. With the price per barrel rising constantly varying the Honda Integra is characterized by having achieved a record of real consumption in the sector. It would be really impressive that a bike with a 700cc twin-cylinder engine like this could reach the public figures who have made the Japanese. Nothing more, nothing less than 3.7 liters per 100 is the mark of this mix of motorcycle and scooter.
Although currently we do not know the services that we offer this new Honda work but of course using a displacement engine that the Japanese have ensured a good reception among that segment of customers looking for a bike that can give the odd joy in the urban world in which it moves. They say the goal when developing this engine was getting a good response at low and medium engine speeds. On the other hand, have the option of asking for an automatic double-clutch accompanied by DTC to ensure smoothness and good handling large or with a six-speed manual. From an ecological point of view also ensures that we have got half the emissions of regulation E3.
Without leaving Nippon brand but going to a sector we find radically different with the new decorations that look the Honda CBR600RR in 2012 , in the absence of mechanical improvements at least they can be distinguished from its predecessors by the shades of their fairings: a new Victory Red / White Ross and the other black, simple but always elegant.
While Honda offers decorations for your sport in 2012 are the most successful is a little frustrating not notice any more change. In Triumph, for example, have given a little facelift to the Tiger 1050 , which not only changed the color of the body but have added a new suspension both front and rear axle to intuit improvement over today. The other good news that comes with these springs is that prices have been content to let more or less equal to those of today.
Finally, and to uncheck some so new that leaves you halfway, let’s take a moment to observe some of these bikes made by true fans away from mass production factories. Motorcycles made of simple passion and love of two wheels. Where exclusivity is not only in price but high on the certainty of knowing that you come across another like it anywhere in the world. One of those might be, for example, the Ducati 900SS Riviera designed and built by Walt Siegl, a work dedicated to coffee lovers racer, vintage style, but above all, of motorcycling in general.