Our favourite motorcycle brands have got us covered with some brand new bikes for 2021! Hopefully, this summer will treat us to some sunshine and freedom to enjoy some of these beauties!
Back in September, BMW gave a sparkle to all of our eyes after they unveiled the brand new M1000RR. This fiery machine is a track-focused bike but it is also road legal too. It is believed that BMW used the S1000RR as a starting point, with many features the same.
There has, however, been a significant amount of changes made to the engine, to enable a faster and more exhilarating performance when out on the track. I know, right… how would that be possible?! Well, they started by alleviating the weight of the engine with lighter components, the pistons being just one example! This new engine with provide the rider with a horsepower of 14,500 rpm. Statistics show that this particular model can get you to 62mph in 0.1 to 0.2 seconds faster than the S1000RR… yes please!
The M1000RR is hitting the stores this 2021, starting price being a grand total of £30,935. Going up to £35,000 if you really feel like splashing the cash (fully kitted out price).
At the back end of November, Ducati took a big drop of the mic when they announced that they would be teaming up with none other than Lamborghini on their next project. The new Diavel X Lamborghini takes its shell from the iconic Diavel 1260 S. On the Lambo side of things, they took their inspiration from the beautiful Sián FKP 37.
So, let’s talk about the bike. This beauty is finished with Carbon Fibre, of course, and forged aluminium, giving it a sleek and expensive look straight away. Another key feature is the use of the number 63 that is ‘easter-egged’ throughout the bike; taking homage from the birth date of Lamborghini itself.
It comes as absolutely no surprise that we see the classic green finish on this bike, the one commonly used on the FKP 37. Now, what’s the damage? For this limited edition number, the price is, as expected just a smidge higher than the usual Diavel 1260. This one is up for a comfortable £27,795.
When I saw this, I just HAD to include it. We’ve briefly preached our love for Energica in a past blog post, and a few more. So, when we saw that they were releasing another model, we just had to talk about it!
It does us amaze us how Energica manage to pull it out of the bag every year. The new RS model has a promised speed of 0 to 60 in less than 2.6 seconds – I mean, if that doesn’t impress you for an electric motorcycle; I don’t know what will! We’ll definitely be taking up the chance to ride one of these guys when we get the chance to!
Honda had the same idea as Ducati back in November. No, they weren’t planning on teaming up with Lamborghini any time soon! However, they decided to completely strip back the Africa Twin right down to the engine, then dress it up again and call it a CMX 1100 Rebel!
Aside from this, the new model comes complete with, but not limited to:
- 4 riding modes
- 3 level HSTC (torque control)
- Wheelie Control
- 6-Speed Manual Gearbox
- Dual Clutch Transmission
- Flexible Seating
- USB Type C Charger
- Full LED Lights
- Much, much more!
In addition to this two-toned tank bike (try saying that 10 times faster), you can also choose the option of buying additional Street or Touring Accessories. This bike is all yours from around £9,990.
Well, this bike just looks magical to me. The Swedish brand Husqvarna first teased us all with this beauty back in 2019. The new Norden has rumoured to have been spotted on Test Rides here and there the past few months, and we just can’t wait to see it in action! There currently isn’t a set price on the bike yet, but Asphalt and Rubber believe it to be in the range of $14,000 which equates to around £10,000. However, We Buy Any Bike reckon it will be a little bit more, but only time will tell!
If you’ve been eying the new Superveloce by MV Agusta, then I’m afraid we’ve got a bit of bad news for you… they’re all sold out! That’s the brand new ones, anyway. However, the starting price was the most expensive of the lot at $36,300!
For this project, MV Agusta teamed up with the pretty dormant supercar brand, Alpine, who have been creating cars since the fifties.
The price tag for the new Trident looks a little bit more appealing, and a bit of a relief to close off the blog post to be honest! Triumph is releasing its new 600 model from as little as $7,995. Some exciting features include but are certainly not limited to are; two rider modes, six speeds, 31.7 inch seat height, and much more!
Popular news outlet, Revzilla made this excellent review where you can view more intricate details on the bike here.
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