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BIKE January 2018

BIKE is packed with road tests of new bikes and inspirational riding stories, with fantastic places, amazing races and extraordinary people. Created by a passionate and expert team of motorcycle riders, Bike makes you feel part of the amazing motorcycling world. Our three main areas of content are... Road tests: We ride and test all the latest bikes, from tourers to retros. Riding: We take motorcycles to the four corners of the UK, and the four corners of the world Extraordinary travel stories: amazing races, extraordinary events and astonishing bike people.

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ninja h2 sx

Supercharge your journey - Ninja H2 SX For its second supercharger challenge, Kawasaki brings the unique sensory experience of a supercharged engine to the sport tourer category with the new Ninja H2 SX SE and Ninja H2 SX. Designed for real world applications and everyday road riding, the 200hp balanced supercharged engine of the Ninja H2 SX boasts stronger low to mid-range power output than the Ninja H2, along with superb fuel efficiency. The engine’s relaxed character is well suited to long distance riding and is easily manageable at slow speeds, while delivering the unique feeling of forced induction acceleration. Lightweight Sports Tourer Weighing just 18kg more than the Ninja H2 and with a power-to-weight ratio between the Ninja H2 and ZZR1400, the Ninja H2 SX is a lightweight sports tourer with formidable potential.…

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ninja 400

All-new Ninja 400: street born & track inspired The Ninja 400 promises all the presence of a bike that bears the Ninja name, but with a fun and easy-going nature that’s sure to become a fan favourite. At its heart, an all-new 399cc parallel-twin engine offering great response and controllability. Performance gains come courtesy of an increase in capacity over its predecessor, the Ninja 300, along with a new downdraft intake and larger airbox. Add a rider-friendly character with smooth engine response, plus abundant low-end torque, and you satisfy new and experienced riders alike. A weight reduction programme and a new tubular trellis frame deliver a compact and lightweight package. The frame’s stability leads to easy maneuverability resulting in light and predictable handling. Enjoyable Ergonomics Overall? An ideal choice for new riders, while rewarding…

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ninja zx10r

Shock news - Ninja ZX-10R SE The standard bike has been a hit with riders the world over and with its track focused spec, the ZX-10RR has been dominant in WorldSBK. Now, they’re joined by the ZX-10R SE, which boasts state-of-the-art electronic suspension. Innovative Electronics Dubbed KECS or “Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension”, it is a semi - active system for both the front fork and the rear damper. Developed in partnership with Showa, the system uses real-time damping adjustment and built-in stroke sensors on the fork and shock (a feature unique to the ZX-10R SE) to react extremely quickly to changing road and riding conditions; we are talking fractions of a second here! Three suspension modes (Road, Track and Manual) enable riders to choose settings to suit the riding environment be that road or…

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z 900

Z900: Now unleashed for A2 riders Thanks to its no-nonsense attitude, aggressive Sugomi styling and engaging riding experience, the Z900 has been a sales success over the last 12 months and for 2018 Kawasaki is able to offer the same willing, responsive ride experience to A2 licence holders with the introduction of a new 70kW Z900. The 70kW-variant Z900 shares the vast majority of its look and specification with its sibling and carries no badges or markings to set it apart from the full power Z900. Rider-focused Supernaked It also incorporates the same rider features such as a tuned airbox assembly to deliver an aggressive intake sound, along with assist and slipper clutch technology, a lightweight and responsive tubular trellis chassis plus Kawasaki’s characteristic horizontal back-link suspension. Because this Z900 is tuned to give a…

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It’s 1am and bucketing down. Lamp-lit Italian streets are awash with flood water and littered with leaves, and I’m tip-toeing over shiny cobbles back to a quiet hotel after the closing fanfare of Ducati’s 2018 World Premiere. It’s EICMA week in Milan: new bikes, stunning light shows, enthusiastic speeches. None more so than Ducati’s, who held their event on the stage of the Italian X Factor. Same director, too. You can read about their new flagship V4 on page 40. No other journalist at the bash had braved the rain and arrived by bike, let alone ridden over the Stelvio Pass on the trip down. See how BMW’s high-tech new R1200GS managed it on page 32. Tomorrow evening are the Yamaha and Honda events, where the huge story will undoubtedly be the…

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Hugo Wilson This month: It must be a special motorcycle if the editor actually volunteers to clean it himself, but after 5000 miles with the Ducati SuperSport we’re all very taken with it. Well, except for the mirrors. High mileage insight on page 94 Mike Armitage This month: An engineer by training, and a massively experienced bike tester, Mike’s insight and analysis of the new bikes from EICMA is essential reading. And he’s open minded enough to rate the Kawasaki Vulcan too. New bikes page 29, Vulcan page 78 Ben Lindley This month: As we put the magazine together in Peterborough, young Ben is motoring back up through Germany, on his way back from the EICMA show. The Stelvio pass in November is a decent test of the updated BMW R1200GS. Ride to Milan on page 32 Jonathan Pearson This…