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Yamaha YB100 bike no start موٹر سائیکل سٹارٹ نہیں ہو رہا۔



Here in this video you will see how to troubleshoot a bike no start problem. This troubleshooting and repair is a bit different than the typical faults you people are encountering in daily life. So hope this video may help you in some bad situation.

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Triumph Bonneville Bobber | Launching soon in india at very reasonable price |



Hello riders Triumph Bonneville is launching another superbike in india after T100 and its Bobber this time.
The Bobber was built around the Bonneville T120’s 1,200cc “High Torque” engine, but apart from that it shares very little with its T120 brethren. This isn’t just a “bobbed” Bonneville, it’s an entirely new motorcycle. Its frame, front and rear suspension, handlebars, instrument display and fuel tank are all new, and thanks to a new 2-piece airbox design, output shaft, intake, exhaust and special tuning, its parallel twin pumps out a claimed 10 percent more midrange power and torque than the T120. It talks the talk, and walks the walk.Walking around the bike in the morning get-to-know-you phase, I realized how much better the Bobber looks in person than it does in pictures—and that’s saying something! Up close, it exudes a powerful attitude and has a long, low stance that was quite different from the stubby image I had in my head. The attention to detail and fit-and-finish are top-notch.

The Bobber’s “Clean Lines” packaging hides almost every wire, cable, hose and piece of technology, an important touch for a bike meant to evoke simpler times. Even the discreet radiator’s expansion tank is cleverly hidden within an attractive brushed silver panel on the right side of the engine. Viewed from the side, there is a lot of visible space around the engine, and the exhaust pipes cut a straight line along the bottom of the frame, with no bulbous emissions control units. knew I’d look cool on the Bobber, but I also expected to pay a price for it: a sore back, bum and shoulders. Pleasant surprise number one—the Bobber is pretty comfortable! The small solo tractor seat is skillfully dished, and despite looking perilously thin it has ample padding. Triumph says it spent quite a bit of time on that seat, and it shows. It’s attached to a cantilevered arm bolted to the frame behind the gas tank, and locates the rider a comfortable reach from the bars, with the footpegs positioned for a 90-degree bend in the knees. It’s also adjustable, requiring the removal of one bolt and the loosening of another, allowing the rider to slide it along the arm rearward and down, up to a max of about 2 inches. I didn’t try it, as I was enjoying the somewhat sporty forward position in the twisty mountain roads outside Madrid. Another journalist, who towers above my 5-foot, 9-inch frame at 6-feet, 4-inches, moved his back by about 1-½ inches, and his verdict was a preference for the stock position as well. To maintain the all-important aesthetic, Triumph designed the Bobber’s frame to look like a hard tail, and tucked the single rear shock (adjustable for preload only) and linkage under the seat. Because the engineers only had to worry about tuning the stock suspension for a single person (hooray for solo seats!), the handling was pleasant surprise number two. Even at the hard pace we were riding, dragging the Bobber’s footpegs through corner after corner, the bike felt planted and stable. The rear single shock soaked up small bumps, transmitting nothing to the seat floating above it. Like the T120, the Bobber uses ride-by-wire, which allows for switchable traction control and two ride modes, Rain and Road. Both modes allow full power, but the Rain mode uses a more relaxed throttle map that brings the power on more gently for wet or slippery conditions. ABS is also standard. Both handlebar levers are adjustable, and the Bobber’s torque assist clutch makes easy work of navigating through stop-and-go city traffic. On the highway, the low seating position keeps the rider out of the worst of the wind. Sixth gear is basically an overdrive, and once engaged at about 75 mph, the Bobber carries you along smoothly, its satisfying exhaust note still audible. In fact, the slash-cut “sawed-off” peashooter mufflers were designed to allow the rider to hear the bike. As Triumph puts it, why let oEngine Type: Liquid-cooled, transverse parallel twin, SOHC, 4 valves per cyl.
Displacement: 1,200cc
Bore x Stroke: 97.6 x 80.0mm
Transmission: 6-speed, wet multi-plate assist clutch
Final Drive: X-ring chain
Wheelbase: 59.4 in.
Rake/Trail: 25.8 degrees/3.5 in.
Seat Height: 27.2 in.
Claimed Dry Weight: 503 lbs.
Fuel Capacity: 2.4 gal.

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Triumph Bonneville Bobber | Motorbikes Are Awesome



In the second episode of our new series, Motorbikes Are Awesome, where we showcase the best bits of the latest and greatest motorbikes out now, we’ve decided to suss out Triumph’s Bonneville Bobber.

Read our full review of the Bonneville Bobber here: http://www.visordown.com/road-tests-first-rides/first-ride-triumph-bonneville-bobber-review

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Triumph Bonneville Bobber Review Road Test



Sight alone of the new Triumph Bonneville Bobber had been enough to persuade over 450 people to put down a cash deposit. Were they right to get in early?

Watch our review to find out and read the full review here: http://www.visordown.com/road-tests-first-rides/first-ride-triumph-bonneville-bobber-review

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Custom Triumph Bonneville Bobber with nitrous at EICMA 2016



No doubt one of the most anticipated bikes this year, this customised Bonnie came with little surprise at EICMA 2016.

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Harley-Davidson’s 2017 tourer range, with the new ‘Milwaukee-Eight’ engine



We sent our resident Harley owner Kane Dalton to Seattle to test the firm’s new touring range.

Harley-Davidson recently announced that it’s added a new engine to its roster – the Milwaukee-Eight. That’s big news – it’s only the ninth two-cylinder engine in the company’s history, and Harley’s most powerful touring motor to date. The new engine is available in three options, for the following bikes:

1. The 1745cc Milwaukee-Eight 107 for the Road King / Road king Classic, Road Glide Special and Street Glide Special

2. The 1745cc Twin-Cooled 107, for the Road Glide Ultra, Ultra Limited and Ultra Limited Low

3. The 1870cc Twin-Cooled Milwaukee-Eight 114, for the CVO Limited and CVO Street Glide

Read his full review here: http://www.visordown.com/road-tests-first-rides/first-ride-harley-davidson%E2%80%99s-2017-tourers

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Triumph Bonneville T120 review | Visordown road test



Triumph’s new T120 proves it’s just what it should be – a true Bonneville. Read the full review here: …

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