• 01 July 2022

    Yamaha’s new XSR125 is ‘hippest on market’

    Yamaha's new XSR125 is targeted at new riders, offering an excellent power-to-weight ratio coupled with a great spec.

    The latest addition to the Japanese manufacturer's XSR range may also be the hippest 125 on the market!

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  • 24 June 2022

    Norton promises electrifying new range

    As demand for grows, Norton has announced its intention to begin developing #electric #motorcycles.

    The UK manufacturer has launched Zero Emission Norton, a project which aims to retain the aesthetic allure and performance characteristics of traditional Nortons in a new range of electric machines.

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  • 10 June 2022

    V85 TT Guardia d’Onore: fit for a president

    To mark its longstanding relationship with the Italian president's Corps of Cuirassiers, Moto Guzzi has produced an ultra-limited edition V85, the TT Guardia d’Onore.

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  • 03 June 2022

    Kick-starting Killarney’s Bike Fest

    Ireland Bike Fest kicks off today in the Kingdom of Kerry. We're down in Killarney for the weekend, ready for the ride-outs, test rides and, of course, the legendary entertainment. It's a great craic. If you're in town for the show - and you should be - drop by the Bike Village and say "hello" to the Principal team.

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  • 27 May 2022

    Yamaha’s XSR 900, a legend reborn

    Yamaha’s Sport Heritage range is dominated by the XSR, available with varying degrees of 4-stroke heft, starting with the newest kid on the block, the A1-friendly XSR 125. But it’s the bike named by the Japanese manufacturer as the range’s emperor that Paul Browne wants to get his sensibly gloved hands on. The XSR 900.

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