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STONER’S BACK MotoGP M otoGP - V Valencia alencia Casey has the last word.

By Dick Knowles

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asey Stoner finished the year in the manner that he started it-with a win. After looking unconvincing on Friday when the Mediterranean coast showered the MotoGP field with some unwanted rain, the Ducati squad found what they were looking for, the presence of the father of the Desmosedici; wheelchair bound Filippo Prezioso and his total familiarity with the bike paid off. Casey was sent out to take pole. The body language changed and all of a sudden he was looking like a contender for a Sunday win. There were so many sub plots to this weekends racing with all of the Spanish riders hoping to do well in front of one of the most enthusiastic (and largest) crowds of the year. Inter team rivalry was also alive and well, old Honda faithful Nicky Hayden leaving the team to join Ducati for next year and emphasizing his move with a slogan ‘No hypocrite. ’ A reference to the way that the Repsol Honda team is run- as a Dani Pedrosa benefit squad. Still it was Pedrosa that qualified second and seemed to be the only rider with the pace to match Stoner. What of Champion Valentino Rossi? Languishing down in tenth place he complained that they didn’t have the right tyre for either qualifying or the race. Tyres again? Of course this would be the last meeting for the brand that have been associated with Grand Prix racing for so long, Michelin out, having not even bothered to tender for next year’s one supplier rule. The change of rules also meant that this would be the last time that these superfast bikes would have the luxury of using special qualifying rubber for the one hour, one session that decides grid positions. One tyre supplier next year and no qualifiers. It was Dani Pedrosa that led the drag race from the line but Casey dived up the inside at the second To page 2/

corner and, at once, settled set about establishing a defendable lead (in case Valentino was on his way?) Valentino was on his way but, having sorted out Dovizioso, Nicky Hayden and Colin Edwards could not make an impression on the gap to Dani Pedrosa. All of the riders in the leading positions were stuck in their own personal no-mans-land, with a gap to the rider in front of them and a comfortable gap to their pursuer. Stoner, Pedrosa, Rossi, Dovizioso, Hayden, Edwards in that order and therein lies the problem. The GP organizers feel that, à la Superbike, a levelling of the playing field will produce more competitive racing.Well what do you think? The laps wound down and that is the way the year has ended with Valentino Rossi securing his eighth title, Casey Stoner second and Dani Pedrosa third. Yesterday (Monday) the 2009 season starts with new rider/bike combinations taking to the popular Valencia track and some of the 2009 race models making their debut. The 250 race had a little more fire in it, but not much. There is a tremendous rivalry between the riders from Spain and Italy. Italian Simone Corsi had won the first race of the day so it was up to Alex Debon, Alvaro Bautista and Julian Simon to see if they could do something about the rampant Italian and new Champion Marco Simoncelli. The news that KTM are pulling out of the class seemed to motivate their riders as Finn Mika Kallio and Julian Simon charged to the front in an effort to prove that the Austrian bike is still a viable option for the class. All to no avail, first Simon went out with a technical problem, the normally placid Simon smacking his petrol tank in frustration (he obviously wanted to do well in front of ‘his’ crowd). Simoncelli was riding a neat tactical race, moving through with apparent ease. Alvaro Bautista was the opposite, struggling

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/From page 1 with some kind of set-up problem, he would not pose a threat on this day. Mika Kallio was going to try though. Riding in his last race for KTM he was desperate to keep pace with Simoncelli; who knows, the Jimi Hendrix haired rider could make a mistake. It was Kallio that slid to the ground, a sad way to end the year from the previous Championship leader. Marco Simoncelli took the

win, a fine second place for next years MotoGP rider Yuki Takahashi, who was so keen to see his next years bike that he virtually elbowed Andrea Dovizioso off it at the end of the MotoGP race! Third was the struggling Bautista, ah well on to next year. As mentioned Simone Corsi fought off the Spanish Armada to take the 125win and also finished the season as he started - winning. What is the date for the first race of next year?

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Ermelo Toyota 400 Preview : (The Final round of the SA National Off-road Motorcycle and Quad Championships – 31 October – 1 November 2008) Clayton Enslin aiming for another Ermelo Toyota 400 win as well as his third consecutive victory this year; the Open Class title AND for 2nd overall for 2008

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iaan van Niekerk (DCM AGA LG Red Bull KTM) and Brian Baragwanath (HST USA Yamaha) have bagged the overall motorcycle and quad titels already, but various other class championship titles and podium positions are still up for grabs. The battlefield will be the Ermelo Toyota 400 that will take place this weekend in Mpumalanga. Van Niekerk has won the 200cc Class champion while young Dillon Inggs (Shimwells Yamaha) is the 125cc champ, but the other classes will only be decided this weekend. All three the top riders in the Open Class stand a chance of winning this title. On points, Jean “Bollie” van Rooyen (Sadiba Out of Africa Campbell Kawasaki) is leading the class from Clayton Enslin (Natro Freight Motorite Shimwells Yamaha) and Gavin Louw (The Roost Kawasaki). The battle for the title in the 250cc Class will be between the current leader, Wynand Delport (Shimwells Yamaha) and Laurence Murton (Sadiba Out of Africa Campbell Kawasaki), both of whom who will also have to get rid of their worst score of the season. And af-

battle it out with Roberts to keep his . But even though there are titles up for grabs, it will be about winning the Ermelo Toyota 400 and this will be the aim for the 2007 winner, Enslin, who can score a hat-trick for 2008 if he can do so. But his team-mate, Gray Dick (Shimwells Yamaha), who does not stand a chance on any titles, will go all out to claim another victory for the season while Van Niekerk, who has won twice this season on the smaller 250cc four-stroke KTM, will be the dark horse. In the national quad category, two titles are also still up for grabs – the Pro Open Class and Senior Class. Baragwanath, who is also 2009 Pro 450 Class champion, will face stiff competition if would like to add another race victory to his list of four this year. Quite a few racers will aim for the overall laurels while most of them are also still fighting for a place on a podium or to finish the season between the frontrunners. The former multiple champion, Brendan Badenhorst (DCM AGA LG Red Bull KTM), who has won the Mafikeng Mini Desert and has worked him-

LOTS STILL TO RACE FOR Brendan Badenhorst is the outsider but the star for the second half of the season. He can win and can upset the applecart… Photos: Christo Meyer

ter deducting the points, a mere eight points separate them… In the 200cc Class, Lanie van der Walt (KTM) will have no pressure as he is safe in second place, but only five points separate the next four riders – Gert Leenstra (ECS Natro Freight Alfie Cox KTM); Jarrod Blackman (Honda ORD Racing) and Brett Cummings (Sadiba Out of Africa Campbell Kawasaki) who share the same amount of points and Brett Lewis (KTM Cape Town) who has not competed in the last three events. The competition in the 125cc Class has been stiff throughout the season with Inggs winning three races and scoring podium positions at the rest (except for the KZN event which he could not finish) and Ruan Roberts (DCM AGA LG Red Bull KTM) winning the rest. Second-placed Brandon Bouwer (Ramco Suzuki) was Mr Consistency and will

self into the eighth place on the overall listing after only three races, will be one of his main rivals although it will be his first attempt at the Ermelo Toyota 400. Only two other riders have scored a victory this year – Enrico da Silva (HST USA Suzuki) won in Botswana while Leander Pienaar (Team ABSA Can-Am DS450) won the Quad Roof of Africa. The Scholar Pack – Da Silva; Chris Meyer (Salley’s Yamaha), who is second overall as well as in the Pro 450 Class; Juan Coetzee (Honda Race Nation Quad Revolution) and André du Plessis (Polaris Outlaw) are all in the top ten overall and are still a threat to the rest. A few years of racing experience will however count in the favour of those who have also showed that they still have the speed and equipment to finish on top.


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NATIONAL RACING

KAWASAKI RULES Sheridan Morais and Dane Hellyer tie up the CitiBike National Superbike and 600cc Supersports Championships respectively

Sheridan Morais

Lance Isaacs won both 600cc heats

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aturday 25th October was the last round of the CitiBike SA National Supersport championships. With one round still to go (Killarney 15th November) for the CitiBike SA National Superbikes, Sheridan Morais made it a convincing double for Kawasaki by effectively putting himself out of reach by winning race one. Dane Hellyer had already sown up the CitiBike Supersports so he decid-

ed to ride in both classes to giver him grounding for 2009 on the big ZX10. In the Citibike Supersports, Lance Isaacs dominated both heats to prove that, had he come to grips with the 600 Suzuki earlier, it might have been a different story in the championship. Qualifying saw Isaacs from Egan and Hellyer with Suzuki wild card rider, Lourdre Spangenberg putting himself a very respective 19th place in his first National.

But it was Isaacs who dominated taking the overall win from Hellyer and Van Breda. In the CitiBike Superbikes, drama became an understatement. Qualifying was an omen of what was to come with Morais on top from one off rider, Hudson Kennaugh and Greg Gildenhuys. Race one and it was Morais from Seller and Moodley, with Kennaugh dropping to fourth.

Van Brada leads Hellyer The ‘drama’ occurred in Race 2 when Portman high-sided coming out of turn 10 (the CitiBike chicane), and was hit hard, and in fact run over by Nicholas Grobler. Both crashed and caused a Safety Car but, luckily neither were seriously injured. After one lap the Safety Car was withdrawn and racing recommenced. Duane Sculley’s Kawasaki decided enough was enough on lap 5 at the Ess-

es’s and threw its lunch (oil) all over the circuit. Quick reaction by the Kyalami Marshalls saw the race red-flagged and the oil dressed. After a warmup lap, and following consultation with the riders, it was decided not to restart the race so only one heat counted for the day. That meant Morais can’t be caught and goes into Killarney as 2008 Champ.


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KTM Electric Competition Prototype

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TM, the Austrian motorcycle manufacturer, recently showed the prototype of a race-ready Sport Enduro driven with an electromotor. This has been the result of a cooperative research project with Arsenal Research. Franz Pirker, Monitoring, Energy and Engine Technology, Arsenal Research “Alternative vehicle concepts demand new research efforts and an appropriately developed research structure. The use of the latest battery technology, the integration of a highly efficient electric motor as well as the introduction of the drive components in a highly integrated drive system forms the basis of the realization of the mo-

FIM MX1/MX2 Motocross Calendar FIM MX1/MX2 Motocross World Championship 29 March ITALY Faenza 05 April BULGARIA Sevlievo 12 April TURKEY Istanbul 26 April BENELUX Valkenswaard 10 May PORTUGAL Agueda 17 May CATALUNYA Bellpuig 31 May GREAT BRITAIN Mallory Park 07 June FRANCE Ernée 21 June GERMANY Teutschenthal 28 June LATVIA Kegums 05 July SWEDEN Uddevalla 19 July SOUTH AFRICA Nelspruit 02 August BELGIUM Lommel 09 August CZECH REP. Loket 30 August THE NETHERLANDS Lierop 13 September BRAZIL Canelinha 20 September USA Tba 04 October – Red Bull Motocross Of Nations – ITALY, Franciacorta

2009 MotoGP’s 2009 FIM MotoGP World Championship calendar (Provisional) April 12th* Qatar Losail April 26th Japan Motegi May 3rd Spain Jerez May 17th France Le Mans May 31st Italy Mugello June 14th Catalunya Catalunya June 27th** Netherlands Assen July 5th*** United States Laguna Seca July 19th Germany Sachsenring July 26th Great Britain Donington Park August 16th Czech Republic Brno August 30th Indianapolis Indianapolis September 6th San Marino & Riviera di Rimini Misano September 20th Hungary Balaton October 4th Portugal Estoril October 18th Australia Phillip Island October 25th Malaysia Sepang November 8th Valencia Ricardo Tormo - Valencia * Evening race ** Saturday race *** Only MotoGP class

torcycle concept. By the direct linking of a hardware prototype in the virtual simulation environment, real drive cycles can often be arbitrarily completed without having to build components into the test vehicle. This so-called Hardware-in-the-loop simulation makes an extremely time- and cost efficient development possible during which the motor, energy storage and power electronics can be optimised as well as being able to match the drive strategies and energy management without much expenditure in this phase.” At this time, no statement has been released as to when the motorcycle will be brought into production or pricing.

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Design and Win a custom 2009 model Harley-Davidson motorcycle by entering the “Build It and Win It Sweepstakes” presented by HarleyDavidson Genuine Motor Accessories. The sweepstakes utilizes The Customizer (http://www.harleydavidson.com/customizer), an interactive web tool on a mini-site attached to harley-davidson.com that allows contestants to build a virtual dream bike based on 2009 HarleyDavidson models. It will be interesting to see if this idea makes it to South Africa. Imagine, designing and winning a South African Harley Davidson!


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FIRST-ROUND KNOCKOUT!

By Ryan Shapiro

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ments have been made etc etc. But not this time. A humble Rob Barnes (Marketing Manager) began by admitting that these are new horizons for BMW. No fancy claims were made. Just a promise, that BMW wouldn’t release a bike that they did not believe would be competitive! The media, current enduro-racing champions and regular weekend off-road warriors were invited to the launch. Our job was to ride, test and put these models through their paces before giving our completely honest feedback. Martin Ross (Technical Manager) went through all the high performance components and pointed out some of the

controllable torque band with steady progressive acceleration making it a perfect off-road bike for novices and an absolute pleasure for experienced riders. Smooth power delivery , solid handling and very effective braking allows the rider to focus fully on the terrain and not worry about the bike’s radical reactions. What impressed me so much with the G 450 X is its versatility. It is refined enough to be used as an entry level bike and is certainly equipped with enough technology to be used by professionals in competition as well. The norm is to start out with an easy-to-ride, entry level bike and then progress to a more sophisticated machine once skill levels have improved. Two bikes equals twice the money spent. BMW put thought into that and built a bike with some in-

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e heard‌‌ we waited‌‌.. and finally, after much anticipation - they DELIVERED!! Unquestionably a BMW - the G 450 X is released and looks both sporty and rugged with a strong “G-modelâ€? family resemblance. Sleeker, lighter and ready to race - this is BMW’s first fully fledged competitive off-road warrior! Like a ravenous shark circling its prey, prodding and inspecting, I had only one thought in mind‌ LEMME AT IT!! Before tearing off, we were asked to sit in on a short briefing. Normally at launches, briefings begin with how good the product is, and how many advance-

innovative designs – after that, we were let loose and it was a mad dash for the bikes! First off the menu for all the riders was a 10km relatively flat trail through farmland. This was a great opportunity to assess acceleration, torque, braking and handling - loads of turns and high speed straights. Low down torque is phenomenal and acceleration is smooth throughout the entire rev-range. The G 450 X features the latest fuel injection with oxygen sensor regulation and dual throttle valves. What does this all mean? A smoother feed of power no matter how aggressive you are on the throttle - unlike the explosive nature of a 250cc two-stroke in power-band or the unrefined power inherent to a 450cc motocross bike. This model has a far more

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novative standard options: - A coded plug which changes mapping - the result, an additional 10bhp (from 41 to 51bhp). - A BMW approved Acropovic Race Pipe; about 5kg lighter and an increase in horsepower. (3-4bhp) - 13 and 14 tooth front sprockets to alter torque or top-end for different riding requirements. - Personalised 80, 90 and 100kg rear springs for the Ohlins shock are available from BMW and fitted for free upon purchase. - A full range of BMW approved race equipment. (Bash plates, competition number boards etc‌) - Removable side-stand and electric starter


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BMW have been quietly grooming their latest prize-fighter for the highly competitive off-road open class. The gloves are off and it’s no-holds-barred… This match-up is unsanctioned and all’s fair in love and WAR! Game ON!

We moved on for our second course. It was time for something more challenging for the bikes. A fun combination of mud, thick sand and a few technical bits which typify offroad enduro riding. It was here that I got to really feel how well balanced and sure-footed this model actually is! Tracking in the thick sand while cornering is startling! No sliding or rear wheel step-out – just great hook-up and powerful drive out of the turn. Rough terrain felt rather smooth and landings after being airborne were effectively soaked up. Standard suspension settings worked surprisingly well and can only improve with the correct settings for individual weight and preference. Ohlins on the rear, Marzocchi forks in front and Brembo dual-piston brake callipers, BMW sure have fitted the G 450 X with a buffet of world class components that work! A 33mm longer than conventional swingarm is used and this contributes largely to overall stability and handling. The pivotal point of the swingarm is through the output shaft of the gearbox (Sprocket shaft). This maintains an unvarying chain tension and increases the shaft travel, consequently delivering the horsepower to the rear wheel more efficiently! Less chain adjustment is required and wear & tear on sprockets and chain is dramatically reduced. BMW has also done away with the conventional double linkage for the rear shock. Instead, they utilize a fixed pivot allowing the shock to align with the steering neck as opposed to being upright! The theory behind using this method is a reduced pressure on the frame which causes flexing and the ability to tilt the motor and move it further back reducing the weight in front. A tilted motor allows for direct fuel intake (instead of travelling through an elbow shaped intake) and a forward mounted air-box (increased air-intake). The fuel tank is situated underneath the seat; less weight in front means better manoeuvrability, balance and cornering! The G 450 X is graceful in motion, stable in thick sand and a torpedo through water crossings. The more I rode, the more I liked! Despite this being an ENDURO bike, I felt compelled to do some laps on the MOTOCROSS track… It was a natural force of nature that I didn’t have the strength to fight. The bike just took off and the next thing I knew, we were on the track but not on the ground! Talk about well balanced! The take off trajectory was perfect as well as in flight, and the landing on NON-MX set-up suspension was still very impressive (never bottomed out)! I passed Wayne Smith (S.A Champ and MX Legend) while doing my laps around the circuit… OK, I just saw him track-side while his was practising. Eager to get his feedback, I politely asked him to take her for a quick “spin”. Again, take into account that this is not a thoroughbred motocross bike, however, I wouldn’t have asked him to if I didn’t know she was capable! Wayne accepted the offer while Michael Kok (SA MX Pro) watched closely. It was a glorious sight! The G 450 X powered up the climbs, tracked exceptionally well in turns and breezed over the jumps. After 3 laps Wayne pulled into the pit area and gave the bike its full credit! In fact, other than suspension settings, all that he required was slightly longer foot-pegs to compensate for the extra width of the bike. He went on to say

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how well she handled the turns and how forgiving she was when entry speed was too fast! The power delivery is so smooth you honestly don’t realise how fast you going. In a nutshell, a “road legal” competition Enduro-bike that starts out at 111kg / 41bhp is priced at R76 000 including an incredible 2 year Motorrad Waranty (Unheard of for offroad bikes!) The same bike is able to deliver 54-56bhp with an Acropovic and coded plug and reduce its weight down to around 100kg with the removal of all the road legal components (headlight, indicators etc…). A well organised launch, thanks to Cora Forssman (Events Manager) and a brilliant perfoming machine. Having clinched the German Cross Country Championship and a superb finish in one of the World’s toughest Enduro Races, the Red Bull Romaniacs - the G 450 X HAS ARRIVED and it WILL be noticed! Watch out for this one.


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G 650 X COUNTRY R 70600 G 650 X MOTO R 75500 R 1200 GS R 114200 R1200GS ADVENTURE R 125900 R1200GS HP R 139000 BUELL XB12X ULYSSES R 110000 DUCATI Multistrada 1100 R 116900 Multistrada 1100 S R 134800 Multistrada 620 Dark R 82800 Multistrada 620 R 89500 HONDA XL1000V R 97800 XL650V R 63700 KTM 625 SXC 05 R 64999 640 DUKE II R 61999 640 LC4 ADVENTURE 05 R 67999 640 LC4 ADVENTURE 06 R 79999 640LC4 SUPERMOTO R 64999 690 RALLY FACTORY REP R 285000 690 SUPERMOTO R 84999 950 ADVENTURE SILVER R 84999 950 SUPERMOTO BLACK 06 R 99999 990 ADVENTURE BLACK 06 R 116000 990 ADVENTURE ORANGE R 116000 990 ADVENTURE S (BLUE) R 116000 KAWASAKI KLE500B7F R 48500 KLE650A7F VERSYS R 64500 KLR650 R 43995 KLR650A7F R 42995 LONCIN LX200GY-4A R 13599 LX250PY R 24590 SUZUKI DRZ125L R 19500 DRZ400E R 52500 DL650 R 71500 DR200 R 29800 DR650SE R 51000 DL1000 R 93800 TRIUMPH TIGER 1050 R 103995 TIGER 1050 ABS R 108950 YAMAHA DT175 R 24500 XT660R R 65500 ZONGSHEN LZX200 GY-2 R 14900 ZS200 GY-A R 12495 OFFROAD COMPETITION APRILIA ENDURO 450 2007 R 80995 ENDURO 450 2008 R 88995 ENDURO 550 2007 R 80995 ENDURO 550 2008 R 90995 MOTARD 450 2008 R 89995 MOTARD 550 2008 R 91995 HONDA CR85RB R 33586 CRF150RB R 32500 HCRF250R7 R 52999 CRF450R7 R 59999 KTM 125 SX 06 R 54999 250 SX 06 R 61999 250 SX-F 06 R 62500 450 SX-F 07 R 67999 505 SX-F R 67999

525SX 4T 05 560 SMR 06 65 SX 06 65SX 07 85SX SW 06 85SXBW 06 KAWASAKI KX125M7F KX250R7F KX250T7F KX450D7F KX65A7F KX85A7F KX85B7F SUZUKI RM125 RM250 RM85 RM85L RMZ250 RMZ450 YAMAHA YZ125/2007 YZ250/2007 YZ250F YZ450FE07 YZ85AS7 YZ85EGS5 L/W YZ85ES5 S/W YZ85FGS7 CRUISER ZONGSHEN ZS250-5 HARLEY-DAVIDSON FLHRCI R/KING CLASSIC FLHRI R/KING FLHRSE ROAD KING FLHRSI R/KING CUSTOM FLHTCSE E/GLIDE CLASS SE FLHTCUI E/GLIDE ULT CLAS FLHTI E/GLIDE STANDARD FLHXI STREET GLIDE FLSTFI SOFTAIL FATBOY FLSTFSE SOFTAIL FATB SE FLSTI HERITAGE SOFTAIL FLSTNI SOFTAIL DE LUXE FLSTSCI S/TAIL SPRING CL FLTCI HERIT SOFTA CLASS FXDBI DYNA S/GL STR BOB FXDCI DYNA S/GLIDE CUST FXDLI DYNA LOW RIDER FXDWGI DYNA WIDE GLIDE FXDXI DYNA S/GL SPORT FXSTB FXSTBI SOFT NIGHT TRAIN FXSTCI SOFTAIL CUSTOM FXSTDI SOFTAIL DEUCE FXSTI SOFTAIL STANDARD FXSTSSE SOFTAIL SPRINGER VRSCA V-ROD VRSCAW V ROD VRSCB V-ROD/VRSCR VRSCD NIGHT ROD VRSCDX NIGHT ROD SPEC VRSCSE V-ROD VRSCX XL 1200L XL1200 XL1200C SPORTSTER CUST XL1200R SPORTSTER ROAD XL883 SPORTSTER STAND

R 68999 R 71999 R 28999 R 29999 R 32999 R 32999 R 39995 R 47995 R 49995 R 53995 R 20995 R 25500 R 26500 R 43800 R 56500 R 28950 R 29950 R 57200 R 57600 R 48995 R 52995 R 54995 R 61995 R 29995 R 29995 R 27995 R 30995

R 22500 R 209000 R 199000 R 305000 R 209000 R 339000 R 245000 R 185000 R 219000 R 199000 R 269000 R 159000 R 205000 R 195000 R 209000 R 139000 R 149000 R 169000 R 175000 R 149000 R 215000 R 179000 R 185000 R 199000 R 154000 R 290000 R 170000 R 179000 R 185000 R 175000 R 185000 R 249000 R 150000 R 99000 R 70000 R 109000 R 99000 R 65000

NUMBERS TO REMEMBER

Suzuki SA Honda SA BMW SA Yamaha SA Full Throttle Motana SA (AGV, Pirelli)

011 974 1200 011 847 9400 011 690 2600 031 710 6400 011 452 2397 011 974 1200

XL883C SPORTSTER CUST R 85000 XL883L SPORTSTER LOW R 75000 XL883R R 79000 HONDA VT750C R 72200 HYOSUNG GV650 AQUILA R 56900 GV650 TTC R 59995 KAWASAKI VN1600 CLASSIC R 104695 VN1600 MEAN STREAK R 108995 VN1600D TOURER R 119995 VN2000 R 135000 VN800B R 58995 VN900B6 R 59995 VN900B7 CLASSIC R 65995 VN900C7 CUSTOM R 65995 LONCIN LX250-8 R 24500 LX300-8 R 24500 SUZUKI VZ800 R 68500 VZ800Z R 69500 VLR1800 R 136500 VZR1800 R 128900 VZR1800Z R 129900 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE AMERICA R 74995 BONNEVILLE AMERICA 865 R 75995 ROCKET III R 169500 ROCKET III CLASSIC R 176000 ROCKET III TRIBAL R 164000 ROCKET SPORT/TOURING R 165500 SPEEDMASTER 865CC R 77995 YAMAHA V-MAX R 83220 XV17BUTX7 R 120000 XV19CUC7 R 135000 XVS11AGB5 R 84500 XVS13AG7 R 94493 XVS650 R 63954 QUAD - RECREATION ARCTIC CAT 250 DVX R 27999 400 DVX R 47999 50 DVX R 13999 90 DVX R 15500 ADLY 150SPORT R 21900 ADLY 300 R 29900 CAN AM DS 250 R 24900 DS650 X R 64900 RALLY R 29900 RENEGADE R 98900 AEON COBRA 180 SPORT R 18495 COBRA220S R 25995 DINLY DL801-270 R 24500 DL901-450 R 37500

Honda Edenvale Honda Wing East Honda Wing Sandton Powerhouse (DynoJet) AMP ( Shoei Metzeler) WesBank Finance

HONDA TRX250EX TRX300EX TRX400EX TRX450R KAWASAKI KFX400 KFX700 KFX700A6 KSF450B8F KSV700A7 KSV700B7 KSV700C6 LONCIN LX150ST R 14708.75 LX300ST POLARIS OUTLAW 450MXR OUTLAW 525S PHOENIX SCRAM 500 4X4 TRAILBLAZER 330 SUZUKI LTR450Z LTR450 LTZ250 LTZ400 LTZ400Z YAMAHA BANSHEE350 BLASTER 200AC7 BLASTERAC6 BLASTERBCX6 RAPTOR 350AC7 RAPTOR 660DC5 RAPTOR 700BC7 RAPTOR350ACX7 YFM80BCG5 GRIZZLY YFZ450EC7 QUAD - UTILITY ARCTIC CAT 250 2X4 400 4X4 400 4X4 AUTO 400 4X4 VP 500 4X4 500 4X4 AUTO 650 H1 4X4 SE 650 V2 4X4 AUTO 700 DIESEL 4X4 TRV 700 EFI 4X4 AUTO LE ADLY ADLY 150 UTILITY ADLY 300 UTILITY CAN AM OUTLANDER 400 OUTLANDER 650 OUTLANDER 800 OUTLANDER 800 MAX OUTLANDER MAX 400 OUTLANDER MAX 650

R 34999 R 37500 R 48500 R 62999 R 51500 R 64495 R 58995 R 72995 R 62500 R 62500 R 58995

R 27665 R 92000 R 91000 R 33000 R 74500 R 43500 R 59800 R 59800 R 29900 R 41500 R 41500 R 49995 R 28018 R 27908 R 27908 R 44995 R 66241 R 69995 R 47500 R 17150 R 59995

R 29999 R 51999 R 57999 R 44999 R 59999 R 65999 R 71999 R 69999 R 104999 R 81999 R 21900 R 25415 R 64900 R 78900 R 88900 R 100900 R 76900 R 89900

011 663 0800 011 826 4645 011 540 3000 011 618 4646 011 392 0770 0861 137 137

AEON CROSSLAND 300 OVERLAND 180 HONDA TRX250TM TRX350FM TRX500FM TRX650FA TRX680FA KAWASAKI KLF250 KVF360A 4X4 KVF360B 2X4 KVF650F 4X4I KVF750 KVF750A6 KYMCO MXU 250 MXU 300 MXU 500 LINHAI RUSTLER 200 RUSTLER 260XL RUSTLER 300 2X4 RUSTLER 300 2X4 ANNIV. RUSTLER 300 4X4 LONCIN LX250ST POLARIS S/MAN 500 SPORTSMAN 450 SPORTSMAN 500 EFI X2 SPORTSMAN 500 EFI TOUR SPORTSMAN 800 EFI SPORTSMAN 800 EFI X2 SPORTSMAN 800 EFI TOUR TRAILBOSS 330 2X4 SUZUKI LTF160 LTF250 LTA400F LTA700X YAMAHA BEAR TRACKER 250 2X4 BIG BEAR 400DCF5 BRUIN 250BVGR BRUIN 250KU5 WOLVERINE 350CSX4 WOLVERINE 450 YFM125AC5 GRIZZLY YFM125AC6 YFM125AC7 YFM250 2X4 BIG BEAR YFM350 GRIZZLY 2X4 YFM350 GRIZZLY 4X4 YFM450KUFA7 YFM66CCF5 GRIZZLY YFM66CCFG6 GRIZZLY YFM66CCFS5 GRIZZLY YFM70ACF7

R 28995 R 18995 R 34999 R 45500 R 59900 R 75500 R 72000 R 33995 R 49995 R 45995 R 72995 R 69995 R 69995 R 28950 R 32950 R 49950 R 19500 R 29000 R 32500 R 34000 R 36500 R 25090 R 71000 R 66000 R 92000 R 87000 R 96500 R109000 R104000 R 45500 R 24170 R 37230 R 53350 R 69200 R 36480 R 59964 R 38995 R 34309 R 51300 R 62693 R 20849 R 20849 R 24995 R 38995 R 44995 R 51500 R 68500 R 65108 R 65108 R 65108 R 79995


CitiBike October 28th 2008