HONDA Stateline VT1300CR 2009 - 2010
HONDA Stateline VT1300CR (2009 - 2010) Description & History: Clean lines and a flowing, fluid design are the most likely the first things which will make heads turn when the 2009 Honda Stateline VT1300CR comes around the corner. Rich in classic cues, such as the deeply valanced fenders and the laid back riding position, the 2009 Stateline is literally dripping with modern technology for a great riding experience.
A brawny and fuel efficient engine delivers plenty of power and torque for all scenarios, whether you're just cruising through the city or riding fast on the highway. The raked out fork provides exceptional stability, while the shaft final drive offers effortless power conveying to the ground with no hassle and minimal maintenance.
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Fast-acting as we all know them, the guys at Corbin are now showing the latest addition to their 2013 product line-up, a custom dual saddle for Honda's CTX700 and CTX700N motorcycles. The new Corbin saddle brings the same impeccable looks and careful ergonomics, both aimed at making the bike even more stylish... Continue Reading →
Honda Motor Europe announces Conor Cummins as the new team member for the 2014 Isle of Man TT. Cummins will team up with the Mountain King himself, the already legendary John McGuinness. The 20-time TT winner Mr Pint will thus have a Manx native colleague and both will be riding 2014 Honda CBR1000 Fireblade machin... Continue Reading →
A radical change in Repsol Honda's ranks was announced yesterday, as Dani Pedrosa's advisor Alberto Puig received a new role in the organization and he will be more involved with the Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup. So far this is the only changed announced by HRC in Dani Pedrosa's team. Puig and Pedr... Continue Reading →
Engine tuning kits are now a new thing from Honda, but the 2013-2014 PGM-FI Tuning Kit brings a host of updates which will make your racing life much easier. Probably the biggest update is the fact that technicians can now alter the figures in multiple cells at once, whereas previous models only allowed one parame... Continue Reading →
Marc Marquez attended the Honda Thanks Day at the Twin Ring Motegi circuit last Saturday, being one of the guests of honor together with multiple other Honda riders and drivers from various motorsport areas. The Honda Thanks Day is an event which brought more than 10,000 fans at the Twin Ring Motegi to celebrate t... Continue Reading →
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One more mystery bikes show up at the Essen Motor Show in Germany: this weekend sees two bikes completely camouflaged in rust, but looking way cooler than many other shiny sport machines out there. Now, it looks like these machines are some sort of special guest for the Essen show, as at least one of them dates ba... Continue Reading →
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