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Dovi chances to win the title needed 2 situation to happen which is a must win at all cost, and also hope Marc Marquez gets lower than 11th position in Valencia, but none of that happened, instead Dovi crashed out five laps before Dani Pedrosa won the race getting pass Rookie of the Year Johann Zarco. Marcâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s elbow save of the year still got him a podium position and win the 2017 Champion title his 6th title across all category and 4 in MotoGP and just 24 years old. Remarkable records has been written by the number 93.



ith the excitement of the Shell

Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix heating up, Aprilia gave Aprilia owners an exclusive Meet & Greet Session with the riders of the Aprilia Racing Team Gresini, Sam Lowes Aleix Espargaro unfortunately still having injuries sustained during last race in Philip Island. During the Meet & Greet Session Aprilia Malaysia also unveiling of the Aprilia RSV4 RF and Touno 1100 V4.




TreeletrikEâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;Bike -T-MV7 The first revolutionary (Category L) Electric Micro Lorry in Malaysia! With its compact design and traveling mileage of 80 km within the speed of up to 65 km per hour running on a the lead acid battery, whilst when upgraded to a Lithium battery it can travel up to 180km at 80km per hour which is quite a distance thus enabling many new business start ups or fleet owners to be extra cost effective during these unstable economic situation. It is designed for Multi Function, Multi Purpose & application. From Logistic, Utilities, Engineering, Construction Site, Plantation, Public Service Vehicle, Landscape, Cold Logistic, Morning / Night Market, Food Truck and many many more application.

T-Express is a work horse, versatile yet durable and a beauty yet practical. Paired with Removable Battery, each fully charged battery have a range of 100 km. Our advance Lithium battery has a life span up to 100,000 km. Perfect for small business, deliveries, utilities, services and last mile solutions.


TreeletrikE-Bike-T-5 Another first of its kind in Malaysia! With its edgy and sleek design, tailor made to fit all terrain, it is ideal for city commute and off-road adventure. This is again never seen before on our Malaysian roads. Complete with an intelligent ECS ( electronic control system ), the T-5 is known to be able to peak its performance at 100% consistently. Not only it is fun with state of the art design, it is also the safest bike with its independent Front Wheels Suspension and Tilting Capabilities. It is multi-function usage and application. From ordinary daily commute to surveillance / patrol, crime prevention, delivery / commercial, Off Road / Beaches and many others.


The higher and powerful scooter. Powerful, with range up to 95 km per charge, the Flagship Commuter Bike which can be also be use for logistic and last mile solution. Elegant, painstakingly design and powered by Brushless Motor that can easily last 250,000 km. Optional Removable Lithium Batteries that Logistic Manager can work this T-Cargo 24 hours a day non stop. As a ordinary commuter bike, comfort with excellent power to arrive destination in style.

The T-70 Deli is our entry level Electric Scooter for the masses. Affordable, priced competitively for the Rakyat which can also be use as a regular scooter. Adjustable Cargo box that move back and forth to allow a passenger. Priced from RM 4,500, it is a truly 1Malaysia E-Bike.




ctober will be another Month of Motorsports

in Malaysia this 2017! The Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix 2017 returns on 27 to 29 October 2017, again as the penultimate race in the MotoGP calendar, 4 weeks after the Malaysia F1 Grand Prix. With the event selling out in recent years and crowd numbers breaking records year after year, the Malaysia MotoGP looks set to be another hit this 2017. Main grandstand tickets sold out six months before. Expecting a turn out of 160,000 MotoGP fans during the race weekend

Race weekend will be bigger and better with more exciting action and activities to attract fans this year. Nevertheless, the key attraction remains the riders. Fans will once again be able to cheer on our Malaysian riders. Hafizh Syahrin Abdullah returns with the Petronas Raceline Malaysia team in Moto2, while Khairul Idham Pawi also moves up to Moto2 with Idemitsu Honda Team Asia. In Moto3, SIC Racing Team’s Adam Norrodin is seeking greater success in his second season, together with new teammate Ayumu Sasaki, who will certainly be aiming to be one of the year’s top rookies.

The Malaysia MotoGP will also see action from some of Asia’s top young riders in the Idemitsu Asia Talent Cup. This year, Malaysia is represented by 3 riders – Muhammad Haziq Mohamad Hamdan, Syairul Yuslie Suhaimi and Azroy Hakeem Anuar.


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Petronas Raceline Malaysia Hafizh Syahrin #pescao55 finished 6th position in SHELL MALAYSIAN MOTORCYCCLE GRAND PRIX and chalking more point, now Hafizh is10th in the 2017 Moto2 Championships and announced 2019 he has a chance to compete in MotoGP

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1. Miguel Oliveira POR Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) 40m 28.955s 2. Brad Binder RSA Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) 3. Franco Morbidelli ITA EG 0,0 Marc VDS (Kalex) 4. Mattia Pasini ITA Italtrans Racing Team (Kalex) 5. Francesco Bagnaia ITA SKY Racing Team VR46 (Kalex) 6. Hafizh Syahrin MAL Petronas Raceline Malaysia (Kalex) 7. Fabio Quartararo FRA Pons HP40 (Kalex) 8. Xavi Vierge SPA Tech 3 Racing (Tech 3) 9. Isaac Viñales SPA BE-A-VIP SAG Team (Kalex) 10. Tetsuta Nagashima JPN Teluru SAG Team (Kalex)

1. Joan Mir SPA Leopard Racing (Honda) 40m 14.545s 2. Jorge Martin SPA Del Conca Gresini Moto3 (Honda) 3. Enea Bastianini ITA Estrella Galicia 0,0 (Honda) 4. Livio Loi BEL Leopard Racing (Honda) 5. John McPhee GBR British Talent Team (Honda) 6. Andrea Migno ITA SKY Racing Team VR46 (KTM) 7. Romano Fenati ITA Marinelli Rivacold Snipers (Honda) 8. Aron Canet SPA Estrella Galicia 0,0 (Honda) 9. Fabio Di Giannantonio ITA Del Conca Gresini Moto3 (Honda) 10. Bo Bendsneyder NED Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM)


Born: October 29, 1985 Coventry, United Kingdom Height: 1.71 m Nationality: British

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Ducati one-two dovi takes the fight to the wire!



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1. Andrea Dovizioso ITA Ducati Team (GP17) 44m 51.497s 2. Jorge Lorenzo ESP Ducati Team (GP17) 3. Johann Zarco FRA Monster Yamaha Tech3 (YZR-M1)* 4. Marc Marquez ESP Repsol Honda (RC213V) 5. Dani Pedrosa ESP Repsol Honda (RC213V) 6. Danilo Petrucci ITA Octo Pramac (GP17) 7. Valentino Rossi ITA Movistar Yamaha (YZR-M1) 8. Jack Miller AUS EG 0,0 Marc VDS (RC213V) 9. Maverick ViĂąales ESP Movistar Yamaha (YZR-M1) 10. Pol Espargaro ESP Red Bull KTM Factory (RC16) Andrea Dovizioso wins a wet Malaysian MotoGP to force a final round title showdown with Marc Marquez. Nonetheless, a safe fourth place for Marquez means the Repsol Honda rider will take a healthy 21-point advantage into next month's Valencia finale.


Leopard Racing’s Joan Mir is the 2017 Moto3 World Champion, taking the crown at Phillip Island after a stunning year that his seen him take nine wins so far. Mir, from Majorca, began in the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup and was runner up in 2014 behind Jorge Martin, before moving up to the FIM CEV Repsol Moto3™ Junior World Championship for 2015. Leopard Racing's Joan Mir has won the 2017 Moto3™ World Championship after a spectacular ride at Phillip Island Nationality SPANISH Height 175 cm Number 36 Birth 1 Sep 1997 Weight 60 kg GP Debut Australia 2015


Birth 4th December 1994 City Rome Country Italy Twitter @ FrankyMorbido12

i-Moto "I was really happy when they told me I was going to be world champion, but then again the pressure of the weekend came again, and all the things you have in mind during a race weekend. "I was focused back quite quickly, just thinking about the race. Without the championship pressure, you ride better, you ride more flowing." Only once 'Morbido', as he's affectionately known, crossed the finish line did he accept his triumph. His mentor and old family friend Rossi was first to greet him, the joy of victory magnified by the sheer hard work and sacrifice it had taken to reach this level. Livio Morbidelli was a motorcycle racer himself, finishing runner-up in the Italian 80cc and 125cc championships. When Franco was two years old, his dad made him a small bike, this marking Franco's first steps on his journey towards international stardom. Although he could tell his son was talented, Livio didn’t have the resources to support his career and didn’t know where he could learn to become a professional rider, until an old friend from his racing days, Graziano Rossi - Valentino's father - told him about Tavullia. Graziano explained what went on at 'La Cava', a track where the likes of Rossi, Simoncelli and Andrea Dovizioso raced. It was the forerunner to the 'Ranch' that has since become the epicentre of the VR46 Academy.


ranco Morbidelli was crowned Moto2 champion last

weekend at Sepang, the culmination of a long and difficult journey for the Italian - who had to face the tragedy of losing his father four years ago. When Thomas Luthi withdrew from last weekend's Sepang race, Marc VDS rider Morbidelli became grand prix motorcycling's first Italian champion since Valentino Rossi in 2009 and the first in the intermediate class since the late Marco Simoncelli in 2008. But his journey to the coveted title - the first for a member of the VR46 Academy - wasn't easy for the 22-year-old Italian, the son of a Brazilian woman, Cristina, and former motorcycle racer Livio. Franco inherited from his dad a passion for racing, and from his mum a love of football, a flair for languages and a sense of calm. That calm, probably, is what allowed him to forget on Sunday morning that he was already champion after Luthi's withdrawal and still finish third. "The moment of euphoria this morning was really short, three or four seconds," said Morbidelli.

Moving to Tavullia Livio sold the family's house in Rome and moved to Tavullia, and step-by-step Franco became involved in competition and started to demonstrate his skills. So impressive were Morbidelli's exploits in minibikes that in 2006, when he was just 11 years old, a development contract with the Pramac D’Antin MotoGP team was signed. The project would come to naught and the family didn’t get any of the money that was promised, but this setback didn't prevent Morbidelli from continuing to excel. Ultimately, Morbidelli reached the stage where the next logical step was for him to join the Spanish-based CEV 125cc series, the final stepping stone to the world championship. However, this required money that Livio simply didn't have.

i-Moto Franco was 15 at that time, and was forced onto the sidelines for 10 months. After that, he found a ride in the European Superstock 600 championship, embarking on a much longer and fraught path to the grand prix paddock. Just as Franco had established himself as one of the series' leading riders, his fledgling career was to suffer an even bigger blow. On January 13, 2013, Livio Morbidelli decided to end his life and hanged himself. In the wake of such a tragedy, Franco was handed a lifeline by the Italian Federation, through its Team Italia programme, to race a third season in Superstock 600 aboard a Kawasaki, and he duly won the title. That season, Fausto Gresini gave him the chance to appear as a replacement rider in Moto2 at Misano, which led to further outings in Motegi and Valencia and ultimately a fulltime ride in 2014 with Italtrans. The rest is history. "I didn't come from the usual path, I came from another world and it was hard in the beginning," recalled Morbidelli. "We didn't know if it was the right choice or if the step was too long. "Finally with this title, we showed we did the right choice." Next year, Morbidelli and his mentor Rossi will be rivals on the MotoGP grid, as the Moto2 champion makes the step up to the premier class with his Marc VDS team, becoming the first member of the VR46 Academy to do so. But at Sepang, the apprentice was quick to pay tribute to the master. â&#x20AC;&#x153;All I know, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve learnt it from him and his atmosphere," said Morbidelli, looking at his friend Rossi, and smiling shyly.


Recently just right before MotoGP Sepang LS2 Helmet distributor held a LS2 Convention & New Products Launch at Dannok Thailand. The dealers and bike club member together with local media gets to preview LS2 2018 model line up before its World premier at EICMA. Held at M Resort, Dannuk, Andrea Desantis, LS2 Product and Racing Manager gave the product presentation from LS2 modular helmet, full face and MX line of helmets.

The Honda RS150R will be priced from RM8,213.94 to RM8,372.94 (inclusive of GST) and is available from August â&#x20AC;&#x2122;16 onwards at all Honda authorized Dealers nationwide.


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DUCATI MALAYSIA LAUNCHES DUCATI SUPERSPORT AND SUPERSPORT S The Ducati Supersport and Supersport S has been launched in Malaysia by Next Bike Sdn Bhd as a versatile new offering with prices starting at RM80,899. Available in two variants â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Supersport and Supersport S, the motorcycle which Ducati developed to be used for everyday riding but can make occasional track visits fun. The Ducati Supersport is positioned as a powerful motorcycle, but with easy ergonomics and power tuned for more linear delivery. The Supersport offers a wider range of appeal that will certainly be liked by many looking forward to bring the Italian offering home. Styling on the Ducati SuperSport has been inspired from the Panigale and the bike looks desirable from all sides. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s distinctly Italian and the every bit of a head turner. The dual headlamp setup meets in the centre, while the shotgun exhausts look extremely impressive.

i-Moto The SuperSport is a more relaxed motorcycle and the riding position is much less aggressive than the Panigale. Making things easier is the higher set handlebar and the less sporty foot pegs. The SuperSport uses an all-digital instrument cluster that is easy to read and displays all vitals. Both the Ducati SuperSport and SuperSport S use the 937 cc Testastretta 11-degree L-twin engine that produces 110 bhp of power and 93 Nm of peak torque. The motor comes paired to a 6-speed gearbox and gets revised crankcase and cylinder heads. Power spread is wider through the rev range for effortless in-city use. The kerb weight is measured at 210 kg. Both variants of the Ducati SuperSport come with Ride-by-Wire and three riding modes â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Sport, Touring and Urban. There is also 3-level Bosch ABS and 8-level Ducati Traction Control on the model.

While the standard version uses 43 Marzocchi front forks and a Sachs monoshock rear unit, the SuperSport S gets an uprated Ohlins suspension setup at the front and rear with a 113hp tune up. Other features remain the same on both variants. The Ducati SuperSport primarily competes with the sports tourers in the market. Expert riders will appreciate the true sports personality of the SuperSport, its excellent road performance and an evident penchant for journeying and everyday use. Riders approaching the Ducati sports world for the first time will discover dazzling versatility, easy handling and, above all, the very essence of sports riding as Ducati sees it. To support the launch of the SuperSport and SuperSport S for the local market, Ducati Malaysia plans to have touring collaborations

to promote Malaysia as a riding destination especially for local, Singaporeans and other South East Asian bikers. Apart from the touring engagements, Ducati Malaysia also plans collaborate with the Transport Department (JPJ), Motorcycle and Scooter Assemblers and Distributors Association of Malaysia (MASAAM) and others, for some initiative programs next year which also includes Tour Programs exploring the many exotic riding destinations within Malaysia.


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hen Ducati slap a Hypermotard 939 engine, a Monster 1200 frame, and Panigale-shaped bodywork, you will get a Ducati Supersport! There are 2 variant of Supersport launched a few weeks back just before MotoGP Sepang, standard base Supersport model and Supersport S. Suspension on the variant are Marzocchi 43mm fork and Sachs shock on the base model, and Ohlins shock and 48mm Ohlins fork on the SuperSport S. The Supersport S also gets a QuickShifter up and down. Both variant gets Ducatiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s eight-level traction control system and Boschâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s threelevel ABS.

i-Moto First glace the Supersport doesn’t excites comparing to Panigale 959, looks a longer with 2070 mm, lower in horsepower, but Ducati didn’t designed to Supersport to challenge the Panigales but instead venturing to a unknown Sport Touring segment which Ducati in a long time has no presence, since Ducati 1000SS back in 2003. Design with touring in the mind, the riding ergonomics is more up right but the Supersport could be a trackday bike anytime just get rid of the mirrors, tail and pillion foot peg, on the track the Supersport can be a fun ride in the circuit if you are not looking to cut your timing down. Well we didn’t take the Supersport S to the track but rode it to our usual Sunday ride route via Ulu Yam and to Bukit

Tinggi, handling of the Supersport was Mode, felt better and suspension felt Pirelli Diablo Rosso III 120/70-R17 up exceptionally great in Sport Mode, but for softer compare to Sport Mode. I prefer front and 180/55-R17rubber made me me feels the Supersport is very hard the Touring Mode mapping in most of the more comfortable with the Supersport as seems better for track and must rev up to road test. I know the character very well and didn’t 5k rpm before I can use the quickshifter The layback riding position can be turned really need any convincing to get my firs (not sure why, maybe the modes have a to aggressive position just by getting knee down immediately from the first some pre-set), the Supersport need to closer to the tank and widening your bend! crank up the revs, half way through Ulu elbows, still have the Panigale feel, Yam so I change to back to Touring especially for shorter riders like me.

Braking is done by Brembo M4.32 callipers squeezing 320mm rotors with rear, and three levels of ABS. That’s not toptier Brembo stuff, but for a 110-hp bike, the brakes are more than enough. With 210kg wet weigh, I don’t really feel that the Supersport is heavy for daily riders, even new riders and lady riders should feel very comfortable riding the Supersport whether in the city or on twisty routes.


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Design with touring in the mind, the riding ergonomics is more up right

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Honda’s new 'toy', a MotoGP for public roads that will soon be coveted by collectors.

Honda unveiled the final version of the imposing RC213V-S at the MELAKA INTERNATIONAL MOTORSPORT CIRCUIT. The RC213V is based on the bike piloted by Marc Márquez and Dani Pedrosa, this 'missile' delivers a de-tuned 100 hp and its price in Malaysia will be just over RM900,000 plus just before MotoGP Sepang and during the Honda Asia Journey


n the market of sports motorcycles are allowing the users to get an idea of how frames of a WSBK

or an Open race category motorcycle. However, it is not usual for a manufacturer to make a machine similar to those that competing in MotoGP available for fans; and much less, a winning machine! Similar to Marc Márquez’s racing machine at your command, the Honda RC213V has a detuned street version with the seemless gearbox has been replaced by a conventional six-speed gearbox.

OPTIONAL KIT It’s based is a 999 cc engine derived from the competition RC213V, whose estimated power is 240 HP. In the case of its commercial variant, it only delivers 159 hp, although it is possible to enjoy 215 hp if an optional kit destined solely and exclusively for circuit riding is requested. Presented to the general public by Honda, just before the MotoGP of Sepang, the elite RC213V-S can be booked in Malaysia market, through Boon Siew Honda, and it’s Honda Big Dealers, who are transforming to Honda Big Wing Showroom in 2018 Regarding its price, it will vary according to each country. For now, Honda has announced that the price will be RM900,000 plus for those who can place their spare cash to order one. Most of these RC213V-S will be at someone air-condition garage.

Double front disc manufactured by Yukata Giken and Brembo pills.

License plate holder, exhaust system with silencers, rear optical unit ... The RC213V-S looks like a street bike. The serial number of each unit will appear under the digital screen.


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Hondaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new 'toy', a MotoGP for public roads that will soon be coveted by collectors.


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Honda’s new 'toy', a MotoGP for public roads that will soon be coveted by collectors.

“Honda Asian Journey 2017,” a Honda big bike journey with riders from five Asian countries who cruised Peninsular Malaysia from October 26 to 29 to watch the Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix (MotoGP) race at Sepang International Circuit. Participants in the caravan included journalists, motorcyclists, Honda dealers, and associates from Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand and India. The final day of the journey began with a flag-off ceremony at the Renaissance Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, where hundreds of motorcyclists including the 50 Honda big bike riders participating in the Honda Asian Journey 2017 departed as a group for Sepang International Circuit. Hundreds of additional commuter motorcycles and big bike riders joined the convoy as it traveled to the Sepang International Circuit, where they cheered Honda’s racing teams at the Malaysia MotoGP. After arriving at the Sepang International Circuit, the Honda riders and motorsports fans enjoyed a variety of fun activities at the venue before gathering in the grandstand to watch and feel the excitement of MotoGP racing.

The race ended with Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa finished 4th and 5th respectively. Nevertheless, all the participants were excited to witness the Honda Team riders in action. They then bid farewell to the Honda Asian Journey 2017, during which Honda’s big bike models fully demonstrated their outstanding performance in the four days of riding more than 570 kilometers of Malaysian roads.


KAWASAKI ALWAYS CLOSE TO YOU, JOHOR BAHRU ROADSHOW O ver 3 days, 2500 visitors to the Kawasaki Always Close To You Roadshow at Pasir Gudang Complex, The public was given the opportunity to test ride Kawasaki motorcycles and feel the agility, performance, handling and ergonomics of the Kawasaki machines. Over 200 Lucky draws prizes were given out over the period of 3 days of the roadshow For more Kawasaki Always Close To You Roadshow, look out for more information at Kawasaki Motors Malaysia Facebook or at

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Nationality: French Born in: Cannes On: 16 July 1990 Weight: 65 Kg Height: 171 cm

i-Moto When you think of going to a trackday at Sepang International Circuit, your bike should be proper check on you machine so you will have fun at the tracks, you just donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want your bike to breakdown or worst have a crash. For trackday setting and servicing we recommend S4M Motorsports. The workshop is spacious and relaxing even just for a normal oil change, valve clearance and throttle sync. S4M Motorsports No.115, Jalan Pahang Kuala Lumpur 53000 Kuala Lumpur Phone: 603 40222044 Email: Contact: Ibrisam Bin Daud







n an adrenaline and fun-filled road show, FunSportz

Sdn Bhd, the exclusive importer and distributor of GoPro Equipment from the USA – today unveiled HERO6 Black, the most powerful and convenient GoPro, yet. Powered by GoPro’s custom-designed GP1 processor, HERO6 achieves an entirely new level of performance including stunning 4K60 and 1080p240 video and the most advanced video stabilization ever achieved in a GoPro. Additionally, GoPro introduced new mounts and accessories plus a new Follow mode for its Karma drone. GoPro also launched Fusion, its bar-setting waterproof, mountable 5.2K spherical camera. Fusion will be made available in Malaysia at a later date to be announced by FunSportz. HERO6 Black, the most powerful and convenient GoPro, yet. Powered by GoPro’s custom-designed GP1 processor, HERO6 achieves an entirely new level of performance including stunning 4K60 and 1080p240 video and the most advanced video stabilization ever achieved in a GoPro.Additionally, GoPro introduced new mounts and accessories plus a new Follow mode for its Karma drone. GoPro also launched Fusion, its bar-setting waterproof, mountable 5.2K spherical camera. Fusion will be made available in Malaysia at a later date to be announced by FunSportz. GoPro’s founder and CEO, Nicholas Woodman, introduced the HERO6 Black and Fusion cameras to an international audience at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, California. Watch a replay of the live event HERE. HERO6’s next-level image quality, video stabilization and three times faster QuikStories performance makes it a powerful storytelling extension of your smartphone, said Woodman. It’s never been easier to live it, then share it…using a GoPro.HERO6 BLACK– MYR 2,399.00 With stunning 4K60 and 1080p240 video packed into a rugged, waterproof, go-anywhere design, HERO6 Black and the GoPro App automatically transform your adventures into cinematic QuikStory videos you can share with the world.HERO6 also has dramatically improved dynamic range and low-light

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performance to really make things pop, and an added digital zoom just to get crazy. Powered by GoPro’s Custom-Designed GP1 Processor 4K60 and 1080p240 Video QuikStories Enabled, GoPro App Compatible GoPro’s Most Advanced Stabilization of any HERO camera All-New Touch Zoom 3x Faster Offload Speeds via 5GHz Wi-Fi Waterproof to 33 Feet (10m) Compatible with Karma and Existing GoPro Mounts Improved Dynamic Range and Low-Light Performance RAW and HDR Photo Modes Voice Control in 10 Languages GPS, Accelerometer and Gyroscope WiFi + Bluetooth Developed from the ground up to maximize a GoPro’s capabilities, GP1 enables twice the video frame rates, improved image quality, dynamic range, low-light performance and dramatically improved video stabilization over previous HERO camera generations. Importantly, GP1 automates all of these benefits, allowing users to capture vibrant videos and stunning photos without messing around with complex image settings. GP1 also advances GoPro’s capabilities in computer vision and machine learning, enabling HERO6 to analyze visual scenes and sensor data for improved automated QuikStories. HERO6 Black is now available in Malaysia through authorized dealers at RM2,399 inclusive of GST



The Buccaneer 250i Cafe Racer adds to the CMC Italjet models. A stunning and gorgeous looking Italian Café Racer!


MC Global, the official

assembler & distributor of CMC Italjet motorcycles in Malaysia, launches the Buccaneer 250i the Café Racer. The Italian styling Café Racer differences is instantly noticeable. The Buccaneer 250i is given with a passenger seat cover for more sporty and lonely look ... of a café racer, looks just stunning.

Cafe Racer

Cafe Racer

Specification: Engine Type : 4-stroke, air cooling, V-twin, EFI engine Torque : 19 Nm @6000 RPM Displacement : 250 cc Starting System : Electric Power : 17.43 bhp @ 8000 RPM Transmission : Constant Mesh with 5 gears Length : 2060 mm Height : 750 mm Width : 1090 mm Front Suspension : Telescopic Fork Rear Suspension : Hydraulic Monoshock Front Tyre : 110/60/18 Rear Tyre : 130/50.18 Front Tyre Brake : Disc Rear Tyre Brake : Disc


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【JARVISH INTELLIGENT SMART HELMET】 Waterproof level: IPX5 Voice command: After the mobile phone Bluetooth is connected to the intelligent helmet, voice commands can be used to control the functions including camera recording, telephone answering, volume adjustment, music playing, etc. Recording function: 1920 X 1080P, traveling dynamic status can be recorded via the recording function. Safety certificate: ECE R22.05 (Regional), DOT(Regional), CNS 2396, CNS 13438, CNS 13439, NCC-CCAM17LP0170T2. APP: Through the Wi-Fi connection, videos can be downloaded and the system status of the intelligent helmet can be viewed. The navigation function allows the input of destination address before each trip and voice commands for navigation can be transmitted to the earphones of the intelligent helmet via Bluetooth connection. (Satellite navigation may have errors and it is recommended for reference usage only). Helmet shell material: The helmet shell uses a carbon fibre composite material characterized by high stiffness, high strength and light weight. Battery features: Use a solid state lithium ceramic military grade material anti-explosion battery. Under extreme conditions, such as piercing, collision, rupture etc., the battery is maintained to be safe without the occurrence of battery solution leakage, smoke or burning, etc. Ventilation features: The mouth portion and forehead portion are equipped with two-stage adjustable air inlets in conjunction with the design of additional three air outlets in order to ensure air ventilation inside the helmet. The two areas of the lower rear portion are provided with heat sinks. Quick-removal inner lining: The inner lining is of a removable design along with anti-bacterial and mite-proof treatments; the inner lining is also washable.



Jarvish Smart Helmet is distributed in Malaysia by RT Ride Tech Motorsports, and available in 2 colour & price retails around RM3500.



iding a bike is an exhilarating experience!

You can imagine the pure bliss you’ll have when you’re riding that bike of yours, with the speed exciting you, the wind in your face, and the traffic it helps you escape. It also happens to be more economical! However, there are two sides to a coin. And, as much fun riding a bike can be, it can also be equally dangerous, and many times, fatal. If you are riding motorbikes, or are thinking of starting soon, you must know that wearing a helmet while riding one is of utmost importance to protect yourself from injuries and fatal crashes. The head trauma is the worst experience to recover from. You might get away with a slight scratch on your body, but things get complicated when the head gets involved. That is why wearing a helmet is mandatory when you’re riding your bike, and when it comes to protecting the most important part of your body, nothing less than the best will do! Technology in helmets has just begun this century with Jarvish Inc of Taiwan who recently launched the SMART INTELIGENT HELMET. So how smart and intelligent is Jarvish?

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【WHY JARVISH INTELLIGENT SMART HELMETS?】 We know that this is the question going on in your minds and we will tell you why. With technology dominating each and every aspect of our lives, why should traveling be left out? There is nothing better than having a helmet that, instead of making the wearer feel suffocated, helps him become more aware of his surroundings and take the biking experience to the next level. That is precisely what Smart Helmets will do – revolutionize by adding technology in your biking experience. Jarvish Inc is a revolutionary technology based company that works to bring a more technologically advanced atmosphere in the world of helmets. Imagine you can hear your Waze with Heads Up Display (HUD), communicate with other headset, record your ride and answer call during your ride. In 2014 Jarvish Inc partnered Lazer Helmet during the development of Smart Helmet, Jarvish is fitted in Lazer’s modular helmet Monaco EVO S which has withstood the strictest safety tests. They ran in the lab, vibration-under-high-speed test, waterproof test, environmental test for extremely high and low temperatures, drop test, and destructive explosionproof test. 10c ~ 50c temperature Jarvish also partner Foxxcom and its camera are waterproof which is fitted in the Smart Helmet. Battery is made of ceramic and its anti-explosion


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Whether you enjoy winding through the mountains, riding across the plains, or just heading down the highway, Ninja H2 SX will forever change your touring experience. Riders can choose from two model variations: the standard Ninja H2 SX, or the SE-model, an even higher level of quality, and additional equipment that includes Kawasaki’s first TFT LCD meter and LED cornering lights.

Using feedback from the compact Bosch IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) that gives a real-time picture of chassis orientation, KCMF monitors engine and chassis parameters throughout the corner – from entry, through the apex, to corner exit – modulating brake force and engine power to facilitate smooth transition from acceleration to braking and back again, and to assist riders in tracing their intended line through the corner. On the Ninja H2 SX, KCMF oversees the following systems: -KTRC (including traction and wheel lift control) -KIBS (including pitching and corner braking control) -Kawasaki Engine Brake Control -KLCM (SE-only)

The more efficient engine also generates less heat than that of the performance-hungry Ninja H2, whose base engine construction needed to handle the more than 300 PS of the mighty Ninja H2R. Less heat translates to greater rider comfort. And unlike the Ninja H2 with its voracious appetite, the engine flows less air, meaning quieter operation and the possibility of a lighter exhaust system – less air in means less air out, so smaller exhaust volume to be quietened. In total, the new engine, including the exhaust system, is approximately 3 kg lighter.

Achieving an engine that could deliver superb fuel efficiency and gratifying acceleration at street-riding speeds started with increasing the compression ratio in order to increase the engine’s thermal efficiency. From there, the supercharger, combustion chamber, cams, and intake and exhaust components were all redesigned. The result is a versatile engine character that enables relaxed long-distance riding, easy manageability at slow speeds, and – when called upon – the exhilarating acceleration that only a supercharged engine can deliver. The Ninja H2 SX’s superb fuel efficiency represents a significant increase over the supercharged engine of the Ninja H2, and is on par with that of the Z1000SX and Versys 1000. Combined with its 19 litre fuel tank, this gives the Ninja H2 SX a substantial cruising range



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