Results for category "Motorcycles"

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The Kawasaki Motorcycle Brand

Rising every day, Kawasaki has been able to engross customers with their high-quality motorcycles which are some of the most popular in town. Starting from scratch, Kawasaki developed with hard work and a dream to become the most valued brand of all time. The founders negotiated with various private companies in the US to distribute their first product which led to the rise of the idea that Kawasaki will deal in high-end motorcycles. 

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The Suzuki Motorcycle Brand

Founded by Michio Suzuki in the year 1909, Suzuki Motor Corporation initially built heavy-duty weaving looms for the Japanese Silk Industry. However, they soon ventured into the automobile industry and started manufacturing motors for motorcycles, cars, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), marine engines and a number of other machines. Today, Suzuki is one of the largest manufacturers of motorcycles and cars in the world.

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KTM Street Bike, The Duke

KTM motorcycles have introduced four Duke models. The first motorcycle that came out from their stables was the Duke 200. The Duke 200 has a 200 cc, 25 bhp, 19 Nm torque liquid cooled engine with injector fuel system and digital ignition giving mileages of 35 km. This motorcycle has 6-speed manual transmission with a wet clutch. This motorcycle weighs 136 kg and has a wheel base of 1040 mm and ground clearance of 165 mm.

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The KTM Motorcycle Brand

KTM AG, an Austrian company manufacturing touring and sports motorcycles, had formed a partnership with Bajaj Group in 2007. KTM motorcycles are created in Bajaj’s Chakan plant. KTM motorcycles are more known for their styling and go romping limit.

The Ducati Motorcycle Brand

Popular for its abundant racing history and dominance in the World Superbike competitions, Ducati’s line of motorcycles are composed of sporty and lightweight bikes manufactured by a motorcycle company based in Bologna, Italy. Exactly what makes Ducati one of the best motorcycles to hit the tracks?

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