AMA SuperBike Mi adjustable handle ller Race 2 Results 2013

{AMA SuperBike Mi adjustable handle ller Race 2 Results 2013}
Yoshimura Suzuki’s Martin Cardenas earned his first win since the 2013 season opener at Daytona in AMA Pro National Guard SuperBike in Race 2 at Miller, beating National Guard Jordan Suzuki’s Roger Hayden bymore thanfour seconds at the checkers. Monster Graves Yamaha&rsq brake clutch levers uo;s Josh Herrin rounded out the podium.Perhaps the bigg adjustable handle est upset in the race came when Herrin’s teammate and three-time defending SuperBike champion, Josh Hayes, crashed his Yamaha R1 after leading the initial laps. Hayes dropped to the back of the pack, and though he was able to recover and continue racing, adjustable Lever he was significantly behind and could only recover to 18th before the finish.When Hayes crashed, Hayden was running a close second and was able to take the front ahead of Cardenas, who hadmoved into third ahead of Herrin. Hayden and Cardenas proceeded to leave Herrin behind through the subsequent laps, making for a two-man battle to the final lap for the lead. Cardenas remained right on Hayden’s rear tire until the penultimate lap when he finally made a pass for the front stick. The Colombian was given additional breathing room thanks to Hayden’s disappointing final lap effort, which saw him post his slowest lap time of the contest.Hayden’s teammate, Danny Eslick, finished fourth followed by Team Hero’s Geoff May in fifth. May’s teammate, Aaron Yates, took sixth and’s David Anthonly scored seventh.Hayes’ misfortune cost him the points lead, and he’s now down in third-place behind Herrin, the new class leader, and Carden racing lever as. Hayes is 16 points adrift of his teammate and will have to run flawlessly through the remaining three races of the season to have a chance at a fourth consecutive title.AMA SuperBike Miller Race 2 Results 2013: 1. Martin Cardenas (Suzuki) 2. Roger Hayden (Suzuk Street Bike Levers i) 3. Josh Herrin (Yamaha) 4. Danny Eslick (Suzuki) 5. Geoff May (EBR) 6. Aaron Yates (EBR) 7. David Anthony (Suzuki) 8. Taylor Knapp (KTM) 9. Chris Clark (Suzuki) 10. Dustin Dominguez (EBR) 11. Robertino Pietri (Kawasaki) 12. Trent Gibson (Suzuki) 13. Ole clutch and brake levers g Pianykh (Suzuki) 14. Francois Dumas (BMW) 15. Marie- adjustable Levers Josee Boucher (BMW)AMA SuperBike Points 2013: 1. Josh Herrin, 264 2. Martin Cardenas, 255 3. Josh Hayes, 248 4. Roger Hayden, 185 5. Danny Eslick, 182 6. Larry Pegram, 147 7. Chris Fillmore, 138 8. Geoff Motorcycle lever May, 135 9. David Anthony, 124 10. Aaron Yates, 122

ATV Safety Motorcycle lever Institute Trains 300 at Jamboree

{ATV Safety Motorcycle lever Institute Trains 300 at Jamboree}
The ATV Safety Institute introduced 311 Boy Scouts to the positive experience of riding all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) at the 2013 National Scout Jamboree at Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in Piney View, WV. Despite several cancellations due to thunderstorms, ASI conducted a total of 46 ATV RiderCourses throughout the 10-day event, which marked the first time the BSA authorized a motorized activity at a Jamboree. ASI offered the ATV RiderCourse to both Scouts and Venturers, young men and women in Boy Scouts of America’s Venturing youth development program. Three ASI training ranges were set up to accommodate up to eight students per class, three times a day. After the Scouts and Venturers completed the closed-range ASI ATV RiderCourse, they participated in an instructor-led trail ride through the West Virginia woods. The BSA& Motorcycle lever rsquo;s inclusion of these popular ATVs in Jamboree activities is a first, and it did not escape the attention of the n clutch lever ews media. Visit ASI&rsq clutch and brake levers uo;s Facebook page to review all of the media coverage and see some great photography of Scouts and Venturers in action. “We are so excited to have been able to offer ASI’s ATV RiderCourse for the very first time at a Jamboree,” said ASI Vice President Tom Yager. “Everyone who participated in the training was th SportBike Levers rilled with the enthusiasm and excitement the Scouts and Venturers showed for learning to ride ATVs. This was an amazing experience for all of us and we look forward to training more Sc motorcycle brake lever outs and Venturers at Jamborees in the future.” The Jamboree is held once every four years and offers Scouts and Venturers the opportunity to camp out, try new activities and have fun in the outdoors. This year was the first time that the event was held at its new permanent home at the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve. “ASI is very excited to have had this opportunity at the Jamboree,” said ASI Executive Vice President Paul Vitrano. “We’d like to thank the hundreds of Scouts and Venturers, the volunteers and ASI Instructors who were in attendance, as well as Tucker Rocky and AFX for donating safety gear for use by the BSA riders. Finally, we’re extremely grateful to ASI’s member companies for making appropriate-sized vehicles available for this large-scale event, where we trained individuals from as far away as England, Belgium and Puerto Rico, as well as from all over the United States.” To racing lever find an ATV RiderCourse and enroll, visit In addition to learning safe riding skills on a range, riders can also brush up on ATV safety principles online with the ATV E-Course, also available at The All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Ins Street Bike Levers titute develops rider training programs and promotes the safe a adjustable Lever nd responsible use of ATVs. The ASI works to reduce crashes and injuries resulting from improper ATV use. Formed in 1988, the ASI is a not-for-profit division of the Specialty Vehicle Institute of America. For safety information or to enroll in the ATV RiderCourse nearest you, visit or call (800) 887-2887.

2014 Honda Pioneer First R brake clutch levers ide

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The 2014 Honda Pioneer replaces the Big Red UTV in Honda’s lineup and is built at Honda South Carolina Mfg., Inc. in Timmonsville.The North American market for side-by-side (SxS) off-road vehicles – also commonly referred to as Utility-Terrain Vehicles (UTVs) – grew by 97,900 units, or nearly 43.5%, from 2009-2012, according to Power Products Marketing, a Minneapolis-based research firm. Where did that growth come from? Primarily from extraordinary sales successes by Polaris, John Deere, Kawasaki, Kubota and BRP/Can-Am. Honda, the wor adjustable Levers ld’s largest purveyor of powersports vehicles, was late to the SxS market and attracted sales of around 4500 units per year since the introduction of its 675cc Big Red in 2009. The co Motorcycle lever mpany’s sole UTV offering is decidedly utilitarian and can’t, on its own, stack up against the range of the competition from Polaris, Kawasaki, John Deere and Kubota. On the other end of the customer spectrum, Honda’s die-hard powersports fans wondered why the company’s fun factor had disappeared. Ultimately, it appeared to simply be brand recognition for Honda product that drove Big Red sales. Now, four years after Big Red’s introduction, Honda has decided to discontinue the model and replace it with an all-new vehicle, the Pioneer. The 2014 Honda Pioneer ($9999) and Pioneer-4 ($11,699) represent “not only a new name but a new product family,” a Honda spokesman told us duringour recent stint with the vehicle. Honda says only 500 dealers in the U.S. retailed the Big Red. So far, the OEM has more than 900 dealers signed up to retail the Pioneer. Current production of about 55 units-a-day is likely to ramp up considerably, we were told. Dealer orders started June 20. The Big Red was built in Mexico, but the Honda Pioneer is built at Honda South Carolina Mfg., Inc. (HSC) in Timmonsville, S.C. where the newly installed SxS line joins two ATV lines. The vehicle originated at Honda Research & Development in Ohio – the fir motorcycle clutch st time a design was led solely by a U.S. team from concept to production. Honda says that, aside from the engine shared with the Big Red, everything was conceived uniquely for the Pioneer. Because of consumer response, Honda needed to get to market with the product quickly and managed to halve the development time usually needed. The OEM, for its market research, created what it calls its “Appeal Tree” – what they found is that consumers are looking for capabilities that rival more expensive models, convenience, trail ride comfort, fun, affordability, durability, that it shows quality and offers rider protection. Ultimately, Honda says it created a vehicle that offers more features than the Big Red at a similar price. THE RIDE The Pioneer is powered by Honda’s proven 675cc liquid-cooled OHV Single. The four-stroke four-valve fuel-injected engine is coupled to an automotive-style automatic transmission that brake clutch levers features a hydraulic torque converter, three hydraulic clutches and an Electronic Control Module (ECM) to regulate a new dual shift-mapping program. Honda does notlist horsepower data, but the Pioneer’s output is estimated at slightlyabove that ofthe 34-horsepower Rincon.The swamps of South Carolina proved no match for the Pioneer’s 4WD capabilities. Eight-inch front tires along with the suspension and general geometry made for easy turns, despite the absence of power steering.The ECM program selects between two transmission shifting modes – either Cruise or Sport mode – for optimum shift timing depending on the driver’s throttle operation. During aggressive use, the Sport mode kicks in and holds the transmission in gear longer. If you’re taking it easy, the Cruise mode shifts up sooner for extended range. As for drive modes, the Pioneer offers 2WD, 4WD and 4WD with mechanical differential lock, and features a three-speed (plus reverse) Hondamatic Transmission rather than conventional belt-drive CVT. Power is sent down the shaft to a new rear-wheel drive setup that now incorporates a non-differential rear end – one related to the setup used on Honda ATVs equipped with IRS. The first thing you notice upon start-up is a lack of vibration found in the Big Red. Thanks to a newly developed engine-mounting subframe and vibration-isolating bushings, every contact point for the driver and passenger now transmits noticeably less engine vibration. While it weighs in at 1,396 pounds, the Pioneer-4 we drove felt light and nimble. Power delivery isn’t overwhelming but adequate, with the three-speed Hondamatic engaging the vehicle in a decidedly regulated manner even when the accelerator is stomped on. Once underway in 2WD, roosting the rear end wasn’t a problem on loose terrain and the speedometer in my vehicle showed Honda’s stated 43 mph top speed while traveling on a gravel road. The Pioneer uses 25-8×12 front and 25-10×12 rear tires especially made for Honda by OTR. There is no power steering, but Honda insists the eight-inch front tires, along with the suspension and general geometry, make the vehicle easy to turn. Our time on the machine found that to be true. Bringing the Pioneer down from speed was easy with the 200mm discs up front and an inboard 170mm in the rear bitten by Nissin calipers. When the trail became more difficult, use of the 4WD and 4WD with mechanical differential lock performed as advertised. There is no hill descent assist, with only the transmission, brake and slight engine braking to keep you where you want to be. We used that 4WD while exploring a South Carolina swamp and, thanks to an airbox that sits in the vehicle’s cabin between the front seats and the bed wall, the only water we came in contact with was the bottled type stored in the molded cup holders. One of the big attractions of the Pioneer-4 is its convertible seating arrangement, which can be easily converted from two-seat to three-seat to four-seat configurations and back to an open load-carrying bed without the use of tools. Each of the two rear seats simply tilts up out of the bed structure with the release of a latch and locks into place. The four-step conversion takes only about 15 seconds to complete an adjustable Lever d the manual, strut-assisted tilt bed comes with a safety mechanism that won’t allow bed adjustment when the rear seats are employed. By the way, that bed offers a payload limit of 1000 pounds. Honda put a lot of effort into passenger safety so the Pioneer comes with three-point seatbelts and safety nets.It’s obvious Honda put a lot of effort into passenger safety. But, at this point, accessing these vehicles has become akin to strapping into a NASCAR ride: Open the door, unbuckle the safety net, climb in, close the door, buckle the safety net and attach three-point seatbelt. It sounds easy enough, and it is thoughtful for the sport-minded rider, but consumers using the Pioneer for utility purposes will find the process a bit of a hassle. The same situation racing lever occurs for the two occupants utilizing the rear suicide doors to access the jump seats. However, traveling in the rear jump seats proved surprisingly comfortable and expectations of jostling quickly diminished. In this case, the suspension provides the perfect amount of damping. As for that suspension: The Pioneer features 7.9 inches of travel via its double-wishbone independent front suspension and 9.1 inches of travel in the rear via its independent rear suspension with shocks adjustable for preload.This, together with 10.3 inches of ground clearance, allows the Pioneer to traverse a wide range of undulating obstacles. The machine became hung up on the crest of a sand berm only once during my day-long test, but I was easily able to engage 4WD with mechanical diff. lock and reverse out of the situation to find a new line. The Honda Pioneer’s double-wishbone independent front suspension features 7.9 inches of travel.Honda paid a lot of attention to the center of gravity on this vehicle, but the inside rear tire could be lofted easily in a turn at speed or during an errant roost. It’s important to note that operating any vehicle at its limit will ultimately result in negative effects. Nevertheless, curving around trails at speed with the correct amount of brake and throttle kept the front tires pointing the vehicle in the desired direction and I felt very little push while cornering rapidly. Like to get wet? Dry storage is minimal, with only a glovebox and a small space that is shared with the radiator under the hood. Inside, the dash layout is simple, with only a speedometer and basic warning lamps. The gauge cluster was made smaller than on the Big Red, but the speedo itself remains the same size. The gear selector and drive mode selector are in the middle of the dash, just above the vehicle’s sole 12v power outlet. Located to the left of the steering wheel, the handbrake offers automotive-style actuation that allows it to easily disengage while parked on an incline. Often times, with other side-by-sides, operators will have to rock their vehicles to disengage a handbrake in that situation. Deliveries of the Pioneer-4 will begin in mid August while deliveries of the two-seater Pioneer will begin in mid September. Available colors include Red, Olive Green and Honda’s trademarked Pha clutch and brake levers ntom Camo ($600). Interested? Then you also may want to look into the 50-some accessories that are to be made available with the rollout of the vehicle. Waiting for a Honda SxS designed to compete with the best-selling Polaris RZR, Arctic Cat Wildcat and Can-Am Maverick? The industry is rife with tales of Honda having tested multiple sport-recreational vehicles to compete against class leaders. But, at this point, you’ll just have to sit back, adjustable handle wait, and enjoy the Pioneer.

An SportBike Levers drea Antonelli Killed in Moscow WSS Race

{An SportBike Levers drea Antonelli Killed in Moscow WSS Race}
World Superport rider Andrea Antonelli died from injuries sustained during the Supersport race in Moscow. The 25-year-old Italian crashed during the wet racing condi adjustable handle tions and was hit by a trail clutch and brake levers ing machine, suffering a fatal head trauma. The incident prompted the motorcycle clutch cancellation of the remaining World Superbike schedule at Moscow Raceway, including the aborted motorcycle brake lever Supersport race and second SBK race.The W adjustable Levers orld S Motorcycle Racing PartBK Press Office released the following statement on Antonelli’s death: During today’s FIM World Supersport race, at 1.32pm Italian rider Andrea Antonelli (Team Go adjusta SportBike Levers ble Lever eleven Kawasaki) suffered a serious accident on the straight between Turn 14 and Turn 15 wherein he sustained critical injuries. The race was stopped with the red flag and the rider was immediately taken to an ambulance where the medical staff worked to resuscitate him. Despite their efforts, Andrea sadly succumbed to his injuries at 2.10pm local time. FIM, Dorna and YMS Promotion decided to cancel all activities scheduled for the rest of the day. Everyone involved in motorcycle championships extends its deepest condolences to Andrea’s family, friends, team and Italian Federation at this tragic loss.

Harley-Davidson Series Miller Results brake clutch levers 2013

{Harley-Davidson Series Miller Results brake clutch levers 2013}
A racing lever MA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series racers returned to action at Miller Motorsports Park, and Aerostar Global’s Steve Rapp didn’t miss a beat, starting strong from pole position and leading every lap for his fourth consecutive win. Eco Fuel Saver’s Tyler O’Hara crossed the line in second-place followed by Spyke’s Harley-Davidson’s Michael Barnes in third.Rapp once again took the top spot, but had to work hard for the victory because O’Hara remained within just a few tenths of a second the entire race. The two pulled away from the field after the opening laps, leaving Barnes adjustable Lever to run lonely in third. The Florida rider finished over 10 seconds behind O&r clutch and brake levers squo;Hara and nine seconds ahead of fourth-place finisher Gage McAllister of Folsom Harley-Davidson.McAllister faced a battle with Thrashed Bike Racing’s David Estok during the eight lap contest, wi motorcycle brake lever th Estok taking over the number four spot for three laps mid-race. McAllister answered back when it counted though, holding through the final laps to the finish.Darren James took sixth ahead of Mob Racing’s Shane Narbonne in seventh. O’Hara’s teammate, Josh Chisum, finished eighth followed by H&S Distributors’ Nicholas Hansen in ninth.Rapp holds on to the overall points lead, 24 ahead of O’Hara in second. Barnes sits in third followed by Travis Wyman in fourth and Benjamin Carlson in fifth.AMA Pro Harley-Davidson Series Miller Results 2013: 1. Steve Rapp 2. Tyler O’Hara 3. Michael Barnes 4. Gage McAllister 5. David Estok 6. Darren James 7. Shane Narbonne 8. Josh Ch adjustable handle isum 9. Nicholas Hansen 10. Logan Hanks 11. Sam Rozynski 12. Nadieh Schoots 13. Shelina Moreda 14. Richard Barnett 15. Michael KimAMA Harley-Davidson Series Points 2013: 1. Steve R Motorcycle Racing Partapp, 126 2. motorcycle clutch Tyler O’Hara, 102 3. Michael Barnes, 100 4. Travis Wyman, 73 5. Benjamin Carlson, 61 6. Shane Narbonne, 54 7. Nichol Motorcycle lever as Hansen, 52 8. David Estok, 49 9. Josh Chisum, 46 10. Barrett Long, 45

Mid-Ohio SuperBike Race 2 Res Motorcycle lever ults 2013

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Monster Energy Grav adjustable Levers es Yamaha’s Josh Herrin took his second win of the season in AMA Pro National Guard SuperBike Race 2 at Mid-Ohio. His teammate, Josh Hayes, ended the day in second-place despite crossing the finish line at t motorcycle clutch he head of the pack. Hayes jumped slightly off the start and was given a five-second penalty mid-race. He fought to make up the time andwas extremely close to regaining the lead, but came-up short by one-tenth of a second in adjusted time. Yoshimura Suzuki’s Martin Cardenas rounded out the podium in third.Hayes was in typical form, blasting motorcycle brake lever to the front through the opening turns and h SportBike Levers o Street Bike Levers lding there with little trouble from the field. Herrin kept on his teammate’s rear tire while National Guard Jordan Suzuki’s Roger Hayden pushed his way into podium contention by the end of Lap 1. The two Graves Yamaha riders built a slight gap on the field, but Ha brake clutch levers yden was tenacious and caught back up to the lead pack in the opening laps. Hayden’s fortunes soured mid-race when he lost rear grip in a hard-braking section, which forced him to stand the bike up an Motorcycle Racing Partd run off into the gravel. He dropped from third to ninth and was only able to recover one position before the checkers. Cardenas slipped into the number three spot when Hayden ran off track, but was well behind the two Yamaha riders and never had a chance to contend for the win.Jordan Suzuki’s Danny Eslick trailed Cardenas in fourth while Team Hero’s Geoff May came across the finish line in fifth. May led a tightly grouped trio battling for fifth-place that included May’s teammate, Aaron Yates and HMC KTM’s Chris Fillmore. Yates remained on May’s rear tire right to the end, finishing sixth, but Fillmore lost ground somewhat during the final laps, coming across the line close to two seconds behind the EBR riders.Hayes maintains the points lead, six points ahead of Herrin and Cardenas, who are now mathematically tied at 186 in second. Cardenas is listed third due to his single win against Herrin’s two while Hayden holds to fourth, three points ahead of Eslick in fifth.AMA SuperBike Mid-Ohio Race 2 Results 2013: 1. Josh Herrin (Yamaha) 2. Josh Hayes (Yamaha) 3. Martin Cardenas (Suzuki) 4. Danny Eslick (Suzuki) 5. Geoff May (EBR) 6. Aaron Yates (EBR) 7. Chris Fillmore (KTM) 8. Roger Hayden (Suzuki) 9. David Anthony (Suzuki) 10. Taylor Knapp (KTM) 11. Cory West (EBR) 12. Dustin Dominguez (EBR) 13. Chris Ulrich (Honda) 14. Huntley Nash (Kawasaki) 15. Danny Kelsey (Suzuki)AMA SuperBike Championship Points 2013: 1. Josh Hayes, 192 2. Josh Herrin, 186 3. Martin Cardenas, 186 4. Roger Hayden, 133 5. Danny Eslick, 130 6. Larry Pegram, 118 7. Chris Fillmore, 107 8. Geoff May, 92 Motorcycle lever 9. David Anthony, 85 10. Aaron Yates, 84

2013 Yamaha Raptor 7 adjustable Levers 00R First Ride

{2013 Yamaha Raptor 7 adjustable Levers 00R First Ride}
Yamaha updates its popular sport ATV. Watch the 2013 Yamaha Raptor 700R First Ride Video to see it in action.Yamaha has a great thing going with its Raptor 700R sport ATV. The current market has nothing that matches up head-to-head with its big-bore engine, performance suspension and straight-axle rear end. MotoUSA knows firsthand how popular this quad is with recreational riders. We regularly see the big Yammie roaming trails and strafing the sand dunes – both of which are its natural environments. Yamaha tweaked its big-bore sport ATV for 2013to keep the Raptor 700R at the top of the sport segment, and we headed to Central Oregon for a trail ride on the updated quad. The primary changes for MY13 are styling and ergonomics. The front end of the ATV looks and feels different. Yamaha’s recognizable Raptor grill retains its traditional styling but has a few tweaks. Its front fenders have been moved forward 50mm to allow more room in the saddle, and our 6’0” test rider never felt his knees come into contact regardles clutch and brake levers s of body position or level of aggressive riding. Yamaha made this adjustment in response to rider surveys which identified typical Raptor pilots as larger, heavier and desiring additional comfort. The seat is extremely comfortable. We’d like it to have the same flared shape as the YFZ450R as it is possible to feel the edge of the seat base at extreme leans, but the foam density is suitable for all-day riding. One thing riders won’t notice on the front end is the digital speedometer. Yamaha removed the computer system this year in order to cut down on costs. We never noticed it missing during our ride and the only time we really used it in the past anyway was for the trip meter functio clutch lever n. There are still warning lights in front of the handlebars, but this is one of the reasons that the MSRP dropped $300 ($8099) for the 700R and $200 ($8799) for the 700R SE – a worthy tradeoff in our minds. Top: The 700R gets a new grill. Above: The digital meter isgone and a new set of Maxxis tires provides traction.The steel and aluminum chassis is powdercoated a silver/gray color which matches the engine. The frame makes use ofaluminum rear sections and a steel front section for balanced rigidity and weight. Yamaha shod its big straight-axle quad with new tires. It traded out the old Dunlops for a new set of Maxxis tires. The tread pattern provides excellent traction and a stiffer sidewall limits roll and maintains predictable sliding. We rode the Raptor o motorcycle clutch n dry Oregon trails and sharp volcanic rocks and never had an issue with the front end pushing or the chassis getting unsettled. The fr adjustable Lever ont end is so responsive that it takes a bit of care when lofting the front end through whoops and then setting it down at speed. If the handlebars are angled then the ATV is going to immediately follow them. This makes it very easy to be precise when navigating tight trees. The rear tires have great bite on acceleration and braking, but the front treads were our favorite upgrade. A twin-piston rear brake caliper comes straight off the YFZ450R, replacing the old single-pot binder and providing plenty of power. Yamaha claims the new brake is targeted at enhancing the rider’s feel at the lever more than boosting outright braking power. After riding the 700R on dry, slippery terrain, we have to agree that the caliper does allow a great deal of control, even when traction is minimal. Yamaha also gets the benefit of sharing common parts between models for quality control and price reduction. The 700R still uses its proven fuel-injected single cylinder engine, the powerplant completely unchanged for 2013. The big piston thumps inside the 102 x 84mm bore and stroke with a 9.2:1 compression ratio. It’s anything but a slow-revving big-bore. Yamaha introduced needle bearing rocker arms in 2006 which helped drop friction by 50% over the previous model. What we have today is a smooth but quick-revving powerplant that oozes torque across the rpm range. Dual counterbalancers keep it smooth and riding the Raptor isa pleasant experience. It’s more than willing to chug along lazily or wick up the pace and do work with its five-speed transmission. The trails at our ride location were nearly perfect for third gear all day long. A few long stretches allowed fourth and heading for gravel roads maxed top speed in fifth. The tranny shifts without issue and gearing is pretty good. The gap between third and fourth is a bit tall at times, but the powerful engine is more than capable of pulling a tall cog. Having reverse in the gearbox is a nice addition as well. At a claimed 422 pounds (wet), having to muscle the 700R in a bind isn’t ideal. Fuel injection takes the hassle out of fueling at any altitude.Our ride site at East Fort Rock OHV area outside of Bend, Oregon ranged from approximately 4400-6400 feet of elevation. We never had to worry about the altitude with convenient fuel injection. Having the ability to jaunt over to the coast and shred the dunes without swapping jets is priceless, and the EFI system is one of the most important things to Raptor owners, according to a Yamaha study. In addition to the blue/white Raptor 700R and Special Edition, Yamaha also offers a Raptor 700. This machine is a more affordable version of the 700R which is made possible by usinglower-spec suspension. The front shocks are non-piggyback designs without compression or rebound adjustment. The rear is the same shock as used on the R model but without the compression and rebound adjustment. Another difference is the front brake lever which is fixed-position. Buyers will get two sets of graphics to choose from and a very p motorcycle brake lever alatable pricetag of $7699. Yamaha only let us saddle up the R model, but the 2013 Raptors are heavy-duty fun and offer unique performance in the sport quad market. Another budget-friendly option creates an even wider spread of Yamaha sport ATVs. Families can choose from the Raptor 9 Motorcycle Racing Part0, 125, 250, 350, 700, 700R and 700R SE, plus the YFZ450 and YFZ450R. These models provide something for everyone with pricetags ranging from $2699 to $8799. There haven’t been a huge amount of changes to the Raptor, but the ones that were made for ’13 are important for several reasons. First off, it demonstrates Yamaha’s ongoing dedication to the big-bore sport ATV. In challenging economic times, seeing smart upgrades is important for consumers. Also, the Raptor 700 and 700R are now assembled in the USA., which shows the Japanese giant’s emphasis on the American market. Plenty of OEMs are moving production facilities outside of the US, but Yamaha has been investing in the Yamaha Motor Manufacturing Corp of America (YMMC), located in Newnan, Georgia, for the past decade. The Rhino UTV and many utility ATVs have been assembled in Georgia for years, but since 2010 Yamaha has been implementing the ATV Production Transfer Strategy. Now all of the 4×4 quads and SxS production are at YMCC, and the Raptor 700R is the first sport ATV built in America. And finally, the introduction of the Raptor 700 and the cost-saving moves with the 700R and SE models is proof that the move to YMMC has helped Yamaha connect to American riders, listening to what they value and implementing that with new model designs.The Raptor 700R is as amazing as ever. Yamaha has every right to be proud of its new production strategy and has fo brake clutch levers und a way to offer improved performance for less price. We’re looking forward to a chance to sample the new 700, but the king of the Raptor family is still one of the best all-around sport ATVs available in any shape or size.Left: The new Raptor 700 ($7699). Center: Raptor 700R ($8099). Right: Raptor 700R Special Edition Street Bike Levers ($8799).

GP Commission Co racing lever nfirms 2014 MotoGP Rules

{GP Commission Co racing lever nfirms 2014 MotoGP Rules}
The MotoGP Commission has confirmed rules updates for the 2014 season for the factory and privateer squads. All teams are required to source the mandated MotoGP ECU, but factory teams are allowed to develop their own software for the ECU. The factory r SportBike Levers ider entries are subject to a 20-liter fuel limit and five engines for the season. The rules clutch lever confirm each manufacturer is allowed to enter up to four factory riders, with the commission specifying “manufacturers” as motorcycle manufacturers and chassis manufacturers. The commission allows exceptions for new manufacturers, which get nine engines and a pass on the homologation requirements freezing engine design and internal parts. Non-factor adjustable Levers y entrants that source the MotoGP software package for the spec ECU are allowed an extra three-liter fuel load. Each rider will also get 12 engines per season. The Grand Prix Commision regulations are posted below – Bart Madson MotoUSA Decision of the Grand Prix Commission The Grand Prix Commission, composed of Messrs. Carmelo Ezpeleta (Dorna, Chairman), Ignacio Verneda (FIM Executive Director, Sport), Herve Poncharal (IRTA) and Takanao Tsubouchi (MSMA) in the presence of Javier Alonso (Dorna) and Mike Trimby (IRTA, Secretary of the meeting), in a meeting held clutch and brake levers on 13 July 2013 in Sachsenring (GER), made the following brake clutch levers decisions: Technical Regulations MotoGP Class – Effective 2014 Electronics (ECU) Regulations A detailed specification and permitted options were confirmed. The use of the official MotoGP ECU, including an internal datalogger, and the official racing lever MotoGP software package is compulsory. Maximum fuel capacity is 24 litres motorcycle clutch . Maximum number of engines per rider, per season, is 12. Factory Status Each Manufacturer, (including motorcy adjustable handle cle manufacturers and chassis manufacturers), can choose to enter up to 4 riders for the season who will participate with “Factory” status. The use of the official MotoGP ECU is compulsory. However manufacturers are permitted to develop and use their own software. Maximum fuel capacity is 20 litres. Maximum number of engines per rider, per season, is five. (Nine Engines for the first year of participation by a new manufacturer). Engines are subject to the engine homologation regulations which mandate frozen engine design and internal parts. (New Manufacturers are not subject to frozen engine design and internal parts in their first season of participation). The full text of the regulations and the detailed technical specifications may be viewed shortly on:

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Conditions improvedfor Casey Stoner and HRC duringthe second day of testing at T motorcycle clutch win Ring Motegi.The weather in Japan cooperated for Casey Stoner and Honda Racing on the second day of testing at Twin Ring Motegi. The Australian only managed six laps on during the firs clutch and brake levers t scheduled day at the track before rains put a halt to proceedings. Day 2, however, saw the two-time MotoGP champion finish 47 laps, during which time he was able to cycle through the all the planned tasks HRC had scheduled. The morning saw Stoner work through a few items on the current 2013 RC213V machine while the afternoon’s work focused on development of the 2014 prototype. Stoner insists his testingreturn will not include rumored wild card entries during the 2013 season.Casey Stoner: “Thankfully today the weather improved a lot, in fact it was pretty adjustable handle hot, and we were able to ge adjustable Levers t some good track time and work on our test program. We had a product brake clutch levers ive day in general and thankfully the test plan wasn’t too hectic, so we were able to get most of it done today, after yesterday’s washout. It was great to see the team, even if there were only a few people here, and I thank Honda for all their support as ever. It felt really good to get back on the bike after 9 months and I’m happ motorcycle brake lever y with how the test went, but it doesn’t Motorcycle Racing Part change my mind about the wild cards – this SportBike Levers is not something I am planning to do.”Shuhei Nakamoto – HRC Executive Vice President “Over the course of Casey’s two-day test, we’ve been able to gather a vast amount of data and ideas for development. Consequently, we aim to increase our pace of development and hope that this, in turn, will lead to us winning this year’s Championship. We focused exclusively on the RC213V, but in future tests, we’ll get Casey to test-ride the tentatively named MotoGP Production Racer and assist in raising its level of performance even further.”

MotoGP Indianapo Street Bike Levers lis Qualifying Results 2013

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Marc Marquez captured another pole position start from Indianapolis Motor Speedway Saturday site of this summer’s Red Bull Indianapolis GP. His lap time of 1’37.958 came lat adjustable Levers e in the session smashing the previous track record. The 20-year-old was the only rider to break into the ’37-range. Second fastest was reigning world champ Jorge Lorenzo who also put in a flyer late i motorcycle clutch n the clutch lever session bumping Cal Crutchlow into fourth position by just one hundredth of a second. “I am a little bit disappointed not to be on front row because I’ve been inside the top three for most of the weekend,”said theMonsterTech 3 rider who will be taking Nicky Hayden’s seat at Ducati next year.”The positive point though is I am much stronger than in the past here at Indianapolis and I am looking forward to the race.”Sandwiched between the two is Dani Pedrosa who made his final hot lap as the time on the clock dwindled. Some of the credit for the riders improved pac brake clutch levers e goes to the improved track surface racing lever and the revised compound formulas of the spec- Bridgestone Battlax racing slicks. While most riders made use of the extra grip Stefan Bradl struggled with a pair of crashes, one during final practice and one during qualifying. The German rider walked away from both crashes however he will have lots of ground to make up during tomorrow’s 28-lap race having to start from the third row. Alvaro Bautista will line up on Row 2 next to Crutchlow and Nicky Hayden who out-qualified his teammate Andrea Dovizioso who starts Sunday’s race from the fourth row. “All in all, I’m satisfied,” said Hayden, who will be parting ways with the Ducati Corse squad at the endof the season.”Sixth on the grid isn’t a bad result, and my fast lap was the best I’ve been able to do this weekend. We made some changes for FP4 but they didn’t work so well, so I wasn’t too calm between sessions, but as soon as I went out for Q2, I felt a lot better. We’ve got a couple ideas for tomorrow to smooth it out over the bumps and help it to change directions better.”Nine-time MotoGP champ Valentino Rossi was off pace with a lap time of 1’39.356 slotting him into ninth position, just ahead of Dovizioso. “I’m disappointed because in the practice we weren’t fantastic but better than we were this afternoon,” sharedRossi, who won the inaugural race here five years ago. “Unfortunately in the15 minutes of the qualifying practice the other guys were able to improve more. Especially they are able to improve in braking and corner entry. Anyway, we have to look forward and try to improve tomorrow. My pace is nothing fantastic but it’s better than 9th position so I have to try to recover some positions and make a good race.” Colin Edwards was the fastest CRT machine qualif SportBike Levers ying 12th at 1’40.372 with Aleix Espargaro unable to qualify due to a vicious crash in the final practice. Ben Spies who returned to action this weekend after extensive shoulder rehabilitation also missed qualifying due to a high side crash during practice. Spies separated his shoulder in the accident and will be out for another few weeks. MotoGP Saturday Qualifying Results:1. Marc Marquez (Honda) 1’37.958 2. Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha) 1’38.471 3. Dani Pedrosa (Honda) 1’38.485 4. Cal Crutchlow (Yamaha) 1’38.502 5. Alvaro Bautista (Honda) 1’38 adjustable handle .872 6. Motorcycle Racing PartNicky Hayden (Ducati) 1’39.142 7. Bradley Smith (Yamaha) 1’39.255 8. Stefan Bradl (Honda) 1’39.313 9. Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) 1’39.356 10. Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati) 1’39.556 11. Andrea Iannone (Ducati) 1’40.042 12. Colin Edwards (FTR – Kawasaki) 1’40.372