Honda's timeless Super Cub motorcycle showcased with a touch of EV | Engadget
The world's best-selling motorcycle of all time (60 million as of May 2008) is dipping its gears into the EV industry.
Caterham Brutus 750
One of the surprise announcements at EICMA, the world’s biggest motorcycle show, was the launch of Caterham Bikes. It’s a new two-wheeled division from the group that owns the sportscar company and F1 team. The Brutus 750 is a pitched as a multi-purpose bike that works both on- and off-road, and we’re told it will also come with a kit to convert it to a snowmobile. It’s a kind of 21st century Rokon, albeit without the two-wheel drive. The raw, angular styling looks even better in the metal…
Frenchman Spends 10 Years Building Lamborghini Motorcycle Sidecar
45-year-old French medical technician, François Knorreck, has spent ten years and $22,000 building the ultimate luxury sidecar: a motorcycle seamlessly attached to a Lamborghini body. The 877 pound vehicle can go up to 125 mph and took 63 handmade bodywork molds to build. “The part that I’m most proud of is the bodywork,” Knorreck says. “Not the design, but the high level of finishing.”
Yamaha Vino 50 | Motor Scooter Guide
Yamaha's Vino 50 Scooter (YJ50, XC50) has been sold since 2002. Retro and peppy, the Vino 50 has been offered in 2-stroke and 4-stroke versions.
2006 HONDA Ruckus "The LV Project" | By RUCKSTERS Customs
Based out Southern California, Rucksters Customs specializes in the Honda Ruckus scooter, providing parts and service as well as custom fabrications, swap