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Sport bikes, sometimes called performance bikes or "crotch rockets," emphasize speed, acceleration, deceleration, and maneuverability. Because of this, there are certain design elements that most motorcycles of this type will share. Sport bikes have comparatively high performance engines resting inside a lightweight frame. The combination of these help maintain structural integrity and chassis rigidity.
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2001 Ducati Monster S4 - Red 2000 Ducati 996 Street Bike - Yellow Ducati Street 996R Monoposto Street Bike
2001 Ducati Monster S4 - Red (1:12 Scale)
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2000 Ducati 996 Street Bike - Yellow (1:12 Scale)
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Ducati Street 996R Monoposto Street Bike (1:12 Scale)
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The Monster (informally called Il Mostro in Italian) is a motorcycle designed by Miguel Angel Galluzzi and produced by Ducati Motor Holdings in Bologna, Italy since 1993. It is of the naked bike style, which is characterized by a sport bike with a fully exposed engine and frame. Here it is, the reigning King of the Superbikes. Ducati's 996 and its predecessors have won the World Superbike Championship so many times, we've lost count. In 2001, Ducati expanded its Superbike range with the type 996R. The sporting character of this 2-cylinder bike is enhanced by the single seater (Monoposto) layout.
2003 Kawasaki ZX9R Ninja Motorcycle 2002 Ducati Desmosedici Infostrada Test Version 1959 Triumph Bonneville 650 T120 Motorcycle - Blue and Grey
2003 Kawasaki ZX9R Ninja Motorcycle (1:12 Scale)
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2002 Ducati Desmosedici Infostrada Test Version (1:12 Scale)
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1959 Triumph Bonneville 650 T120 Motorcycle - Blue and Grey (1:12 Scale)
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The ZX-9R was a sport bike manufactured by the motorcycle division of Kawasaki Heavy Industries of Japan from 1994 to 2003. There were five model incarnations across two basic designs. The Ducati Desmosedici is a four-cylinder, 16-valve engine MotoGP racing motorcycle. Ducati abandoned the Grand Prix racing scene at the start of the 1970s. For many years the 500 class was essentially a class for two-stroke bikes, an engineering technology that was far removed from the four-stroke road-going machines sold by Ducati. The Triumph Bonneville was first produced in 1959 and remained on the market in different variants up to 1988. The high-performance, twin-carburetor fed version of the 650cc engine was derived from the existing Triumph T110 Tiger. Its maximum power of 46bhp was sufficient for a top speed of over 110mph.
2004 Triumph Rocket III Street Motorcycle - Black 2004 Triumph Rocket III Motorcycle - Graphite 2004 Triumph Rocket III Motorcycle - Red
2004 Triumph Rocket III Street Motorcycle - Black (1:12 Scale)
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2004 Triumph Rocket III Motorcycle - Graphite (1:12 Scale)
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2004 Triumph Rocket III Motorcycle - Red (1:12 Scale)
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The Rocket III is the biggest production motorcycle built in years. It is also the first production motorcycle to break the 2-liter barrier, hence its aptly named moniker. The Rocket III is not just another motorcycle; it's the ride of a lifetime. The Rocket III is the biggest production motorcycle built in years. It is also the first production motorcycle to break the 2-liter barrier, hence its aptly named moniker. The Rocket III is not just another motorcycle; it's the ride of a lifetime. The Rocket III is the biggest production motorcycle built in years. It is also the first production motorcycle to break the 2-liter barrier, hence its aptly named moniker. The Rocket III is not just another motorcycle; it's the ride of a lifetime.
1969 Honda CB 750 Four KO Motorcycle - Gold 1976 Yamaha XT500 Street Motorcycle - Black 3rd Issue: 1959 Triumph Bonneville T120 Motorcycle - Grey and Blue
1969 Honda CB 750 Four KO Motorcycle - Gold (1:12 Scale)
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1976 Yamaha XT500 Street Motorcycle - Black (1:12 Scale)
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1959 Triumph Bonneville T120 Motorcycle - Grey and Blue (1:12 Scale)
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The Honda CB 750 KO was presented in 1968 and became a sales hit in the USA immediately after its market introduction in 1969. With an engine capacity of 736cm, 67 PS with 8,000 revolutions and a maximum speed of almost 200 km/hour, the machine was a pioneer of its time. Born in 1976 the XT500 was the first “big thumper” made in Japan, it was a daring bet for Yamaha, but the XT500 with his charism, his torquey engine solid as a rock (strengthens by his success in Paris Dakar rally), began quickly to be a world top seller. Triumph began in 1883 when Siegfried Bettmann emigrated to Coventry in England from Nuremberg, part of the German Empire. In 1884, Bettmann, aged 20, founded his own company, the S. Bettmann & Co. Import Export Agency, in London.
1982 Honda CB1100R Motorcycle - Red, White and Blue 1981 Yamaha XT500 Street Motorcycle - Black with Golden Rims 1978 Yamaha SR500 Street Motorcycle - Red
1982 Honda CB1100R Motorcycle - Red, White and Blue (1:12 Scale)
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1981 Yamaha XT500 Street Motorcycle - Black with Golden Rims (1:12 Scale)
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1978 Yamaha SR500 Street Motorcycle - Red (1:12 Scale)
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Honda developed the CB1100R as a race bike, for street legal racing series in various countries like the United Kingdom, Australia and South Africa. To be able to use such a bike in such classes Honda had to produce a minimum amount of bikes (500) and it has been updated quite a few times to meet the requirements as rules changed. The first XT500 was shown at the US dealer convention in September 1975. Europeans had to wait till the summer of 1976 before they could press their boots against the heavy kick-starter. The XT 500 was an instant success and was produced until 1990. It laid the ground for the later range of XT bikes ranging from 125 cc (XT 125) to 750 (XTZ 750) and contributed largely to Yamaha's image. The Yamaha SR500 is a popular thumper. It first started production in 1978, as a road-going version of the popular Yamaha XT500. It experienced good sales throughout the US, Europe and Australia and continues to be manufactured in Japan today as the SR400.
2005 MV Agusta F4 1000 'Senna' Motorcycle - Grey/Black 1993 Yamaha V-Max Street Motorcycle - Blue 1973 Suzuki GT750 Motorcycle - Candy Lavender
2005 MV Agusta F4 1000 "Senna" Motorcycle - Grey/Black (1:12 Scale)
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1993 Yamaha V-Max Street Motorcycle - Blue (1:12 Scale)
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1973 Suzuki GT750 Motorcycle - Candy Lavender (1:12 Scale)
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It is very seldom that a motor bike brand and a racing driver form such a close relationship as the MV Agusta and Giacomo Agostini. In 1964, as a reaction to the Honda factory bikes which dominated the racing scene in the early 60s, Conte Domenico Agusta ordered the development of a three-cylinder racing bike. The Yamaha V-Max is a motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha, which is known for its powerful V4 engine, shaft drive, and distinctive styling. While famed for its quick acceleration, it is often criticized for its poor cornering ability and soft suspension. The Suzuki GT750, which was an upper class motorcycle, was shown for the first time at the 17th Tokyo Motor Show and launched in September 1971 as a sports tourer (GT standing for Grand Tourismo). In spring of 1972 the motor cycle, nick named 'kettle', was also available in Europe.
Ducati 900 SuperSport Motorbike - Blue and Silver 1977 Ducati 750 SuperSport Motorbike - Silver and Teal 1981 Yamaha XT500 Street Motorcycle - White
1977 Ducati 900 SuperSport Motorbike - Blue and Silver (1:12 Scale)
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1977 Ducati 750 SuperSport Motorbike - Silver and Teal (1:12 Scale)
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1981 Yamaha XT500 Street Motorcycle - White (1:12 Scale)
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The Ducati SuperSport and SS are names applied to a series of Pantah based air-cooled four stroke two valve V-Twin motorcycles manufactured from 1988 onwards. A limited edition SuperSport called the SuperLight was sold in 1992. The Ducati SuperSport and SS are names applied to a series of Pantah based air-cooled four stroke two valve V-Twin motorcycles manufactured from 1988 onwards. A limited edition SuperSport called the SuperLight was sold in 1992. The first XT500 was shown at the US dealer convention in September 1975. Europeans had to wait till the summer of 1976 before they could press their boots against the heavy kick-starter. The XT 500 was an instant success and was produced until 1990. It laid the ground for the later range of XT bikes ranging from 125 cc (XT 125) to 750 (XTZ 750) and contributed largely to Yamaha's image.
1993 Yamaha V-Max Street Motorcycle - Red Metallic 1973 Yamaha RD350 Street Motorcycle - Dark Green Metallic
1993 Yamaha V-Max Street Motorcycle - Red Metallic (1:12 Scale)
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1973 Yamaha RD350 Street Motorcycle - Dark Green Metallic (1:12 Scale)
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The Yamaha V-Max is a motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha, which is known for its powerful V4 engine, shaft drive, and distinctive styling. While famed for its quick acceleration, it is often criticized for its poor cornering ability and soft suspension. The RD350 was a motorcycle produced by Yamaha. It was the premier sport lightweight of the early 70's and was evolved from the piston port (pre-reed valve intake tract), front drum-braked, 5 speed Yamaha 350 cc "R5".
   
 
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