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FXR Racing: Classic Steel #118: ’86 XR250 – PulpMX Honda Motorcycles, Honda Xr400, Honda Motors, Honda Bikes, Scrambler Custom, Cb750 Cafe Racer, Scrambler Motorcycle, 250cc, Moto Bike

For this edition of Classic Steel we are going to take a look back at Honda’s 250 Enduro entry for 1986, the all-new XR250R. For this edition of Classic Steel we are going to take a look back at Honda’s 250 Enduro entry for 1986, the all-new XR250R. For years the red-headed stepchild in…

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Trudy's Trousseau
All About The Road Warrior: About Engines Motorcycle Engine, Bike Engine, Motor Engine, Bike Parts, Motorcycle Bike, Motorbikes, Bike Design, Engine, Vehicle Design

Motorcycle engines can have between one and six cylinders. For years, the V-twin design was the engine of choice for motorcycle engineers in America, Europe and Japan. The V-twin gets its name from the fact that the two cylinders form a V shape, such as the classic Harley-Davidson V-twin shown below. Notice the 45-degree angle in the Harley-Davidson V-twin -- other manufacturers may vary this angle to reduce vibration. The V-twin is just one way to accommodate two cylinders. When the…

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Alan Morris
Yamaha SR500 Tracker Scrambler Motocross, Custom Bikes, Yamaha Bikes, Scrambler Motorcycle, Bike Engine, Motorcycle Engine, Scrambler, Motorcycle Bike, Yamaha

For so many of us, the love of two wheels begins with the childhood bicycle. That first taste of freedom -- the wind on your cheeks, the road humming beneath your tires. At some point, riding a motorcycle becomes a natural evolution, an extension of the same sensations. After all, the great poet Jam

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Jean-Christophe Roux