Today was a big unveiling day at the INTERMOT motorcycle show in Köln (Cologne), Germany. Keeping track of it has made this a bit of a hectic day, as there were a number of interesting new models, as well as major updates to existing ones, shown to the public… Continue reading
Triumph unveiled a new addition to its cruiser line at the INTERMOT show in Cologne, Germany today, with the introduction of the 2011 Triumph Thunderbird Storm.
Once again, Triumph follows the “Dark Custom” styling movement with the Storm’s blacked out engine case and radiator cover. … Continue reading
Suzuki might have sat the last model year out in the US, but they unveiled new Gixxers at the German INTERMOT Bike Show to announce their triumphant return with slimmed-down models of what is probably the most popular sportbike in the world.
Visually, there’s no difference, other… Continue reading
KTM’s releases at the INTERMOT show in Germany come in two flavors, neither of which will be seen tooling around American streets any time soon.
2011 KTM Duke 125
Designed with entry-level riders in mind, especially with Europe’s rigorous graduated-license scheme, the long-awaited–and long-seen–Duke 125 got… Continue reading
Kawasaki’s 2011 line-up became a little clearer today, with the release of some new models at the INTERMOT show in Köln (Cologne), Germany.
2011 Kawasaki ZX-10R
First up is the new ZX-10R, which Kawasaki claims is a new bike from the ground up. Topping the list… Continue reading
BMW has unveiled their new 6-cylinder touring motorcycles at INTERMOT, and also came up with a dedicated micro-site. The site is chock full of details on the new bikes, as well as the first official photographs, shown in the thumbnails below.
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