Friday, November 08, 2019

Your November Motorcycle News Fix is Here

If you like the latest updates on new models, you’ve come to the right place. In this edition of “Your Motorcycle News Fix,” we’ve got updates from Honda, Yamaha, Indian, and even Aston Martin. So pull up a chair and stay awhile - the latest motorcycle headlines are here.

Image: Aston Martin

Aston Martin Reveals Their First Motorcycle - Brough Superior, a British motorcycle company, has just revealed their partnership with Aston Martin to create a limited-edition motorcycle called the AMB 001. This new bike is comprised of titanium and lightweight billet aluminum with a carbon-fiber body. The paint job of this model is sharp, finished with Stirling Green and Lime Essence - Aston’s iconic racing colors. Only 100 units will be manufactured and they are expected to go on sale in Q4 2020. If you’ve got a spare 100k around - you might consider adding an AMB 001 to your personal lineup. Check it Out.

Image: Honda

Honda updates Rebel 500 and Rebel 300 for 2020 - Rebels are Honda’s top-selling small-displacement cruiser models, and now these beloved bikes have a few impressive updates for 2020. The 300 and 500 models now have an updated suspension and have stiffer spring rates for less bounce - a feature many riders complained about on the previous models. These bikes also come complete with an updated seat, a new gauge system that shows fuel levels and gear positions, and new LED lighting throughout the model. Pricing has yet to be announced but should be coming to dealers in March 2020. See the Models.

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Yamaha Releases Additional 2020 Models - Yamaha has just released more of their 2020 lineup that will join their Transcontinental Touring Star Venture that was announced in June. The lineup includes the Super Ténéré ES, a long-distance adventure touring bike that comes equipped a 1199cc parallel twin-cylinder engine and a 270-degree crank for optimal torque and traction. The Tracer 900 GT will also be included with the new models which includes a CP3 847cc inline three-cylinder engine as well as other rider amenities like electronic aids, a height-adjustable windshield, a 4.8-gallon fuel tank and much more. To check out the full list of models, click here. 

Image: Indian

Indian Reveals 2020 Challenger - Indian just announced the release of its new 2020 Challenger. Indian is boasting the model as the highest performing, fully loaded bagger on the market. The unit includes an Indian PowerPlus engine - Indian’s first liquid-cooled large-displacement motor. The Challenger is full of features including electronic cruise control, keyless ignition, saddlebags with 18 gallons of storage space, and more. Although it’s created with lightweight cast aluminum, the Challenger offers epic handling and solid stability. If you’re interested in this model, the Challenger starts at $21,999 and goes up depending on the paint job you select. View the Challenger.

Which story piqued your interest this month? We expect even more new models to be announced in the coming weeks as we approach 2020. As always, we’ll keep you posted. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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Unknown said...

Aston Martin should stick to cars. Overpriced ugly bikes should not be in their lineup.

Unknown said...

Aston Martin nice looking bike over priced. It only made for the collectors for cars and bikes.