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Suzuki have not put their brand new V Strom 650XT model on sale for the 2015 year. The bike has officially launched and is available for purchase from Suzuki dealers as of today. A bike which is perfect for both on and off road surfaces,the V Strom range has delivered a lot of excitement to motorbike fans all around the world for the past eleven years. It has gone down in history as one of the most ideal touring bikes that the motorcycle world has to offer and Suzuki are looking to capitalise on this by making the 2015 badged model much of the same. Regarding the extras that have taken their place of pride on this years model, we see that Suzuki have equipped the bike with more highlights such as newly fitted engine bars,an aluminium sump protector and more improved shock absorbance thanks to newly fitted wire spoked wheels. If you would like to see just how well along the V Storm range has come, you can purchase the new bike for a cost of £7,999 from your local Suzuki dealer from today.
Aprilia release their 2015 pricing guide for motorcycles and scooters
Italian sports bike designer Aprilia have detailed the new pricing list for both their motorcycle and scooter range for this year. This move follows in the footsteps of companies such as Yamaha and Ducati who have recently revealed the prices of their 2015 range amongst that list being the successful selling Yamaha R6. The new Capanord Rally model has been given a cost of £14,134. Two of the biggest and most purchased models in Aprilia's history include the Tuono V4 1100 and the same bike in its RR form. Prices are confirmed for these two bikes also with the standard V4 available from £14,634 and its RR variant brother coming in at £13,134. One of the most exciting additions in their arsenal this year though has to be the race replica RSV4 RF. The new racer has been hotly anticipated and Aprilia have helped to add to that excitement by revealing a cost of £18,134 with a release in March. With forged wheels and an Ohlins suspension system, Aprilia are looking to top the charts with the race rep.
Honda bring in the new blade
Are you a fan of Honda motorcycles?. Well if so the chances are you have at some point either owned a Fireblade or thought of buying one. In either circumstance, Honda have brought into play the new CBR 1000RR SP model which looks to be more upgraded and sporty than ever before and a two wheeler definitely worth thinking long and hard about. As standard for the big blades, a 1000cc engine with liquid cooling and a direct fuel injection system are fitted. The ignition to the bike is now completely computer controlled and a set of twelve spoke cast aluminium wheels carry the blade well. As before with the previous Honda CBR fireblade, keep a look out for the standard six gears. Only one colour option is up for grabs and that is the HRC race colours coming in Red,White and Blue which contribute the gold front forks extremely well. Topping this top of the range blade off is a set of Brembo brakes and an Ohlins suspension. Prices for the SP come in at £15,599.