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Sales have officially begun for brand new Suzuki motorcycle and scooter models by the brand themselves. The two machines which have now been priced and put on sale are the new Inazuma 250F and the 110 scooter model. Both models also come in our opinion with very reasonable price tags that could very well help to solidify Suzuki's place as one of the best motorcycle manufacturers on a world wide scale. The new Inazuma 250F is a version of the standard Inazuma which is now fitted with more fairing and comes in a light Blue and White paint design. Prices announced for the new Inazuma come in at £3,999. 113cc units of power are introduced with the 110 scooter running from a single cylinder engine and twenty litres of space found underneath the seating area. Suzuki take the Silver and Grey approach with this new scooter model and for a price of £1,799, this is a deal any scooter fan could not afford to pass up.
A new BMW concept motorcycle revealed
BMW Motorrad have revealed a new concept machine under the name of the 'Concept 101'. The new bike was revealed to the general public in Italy and comes much in a tourer style machine but lower to the ground than other BWM tourers. The new model is not expected to make it into production but the sleek and agile design used for the bodywork is expected to make the cut in a similar model which is expected to be revealed by the German motorcycle firm later this year. Other information we know about the bike is that the same engine and chassis that is currently used on the K1600GT is also included but no final announcement has been made which suggests the same fitting in the model to debut later this year. With the overall look and design of the new bike including its low back and comfort aspect also coming into play, we are looking at the new machine to be a potential rival for some Harley Davidson models on the road in the future.
Triumph and Barbour team up for a one of a kind machine
Triumph have today revealed a brand new special version of their Bonneville model which has been designed in collaboration with the Barbour company. The news was however today confirmed that the new bike would not be going on sale anytime in the future and has been built as a one off model. It features a Black and Blue paint design with White inserts also featuring across the bodywork. Some of the latest state of the art accessories were also used during the process which includes Razor branded rear shock absorbers,the same front forks to be found on the Street Triple R model and a set of pillion footrests are also included. The new Triumph Barbour collaboration looks to be a wonderfully designed machine but it is a shame there is no possibility of sales in the future.