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Audace is a Sports tourer/ Cruiser bike from the Italian manufacturer Moto Guzzi. Its powered by a 1380 cc Longitudinal V-Twin engine, which is both Air and Oil-Cooled, producing 96 bhp and 121 Nm of torque. This video shows the Audace rocking into life as the longitudinal V-Twin fires away at each cylinder and going on a ride with a Aprilia Tuono V4. Please give the video a thumps up if u liked it. Subscribe for more automobile content. Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/resident_petrolhead/?hl=en
my patreon account https://www.patreon.com/shiftlove When I decided that I finally wanted a "powerful" bike, it took me forever to decide on which one exactly I wanted. Even though I am a huge honda fan, they're naked bikes sucked, the new kawisaki z1000 is a little too different looking for my taste, and I didn't want the lower power output of the sv650, mt07, or ducati monster. So what am I to do? Finally settle on the ducati streetfighter, which had by this point come to its final year model. After owning this bike for 2 years I have come to realize that a large amount of the naked bike market will be left with a giant gaping hole from the loss of this brilliant bike. It truly fits into whatever category you want to put it in. Cruiser, sport bike, tourer, hooligan machine, old faithful, or just sheer fun. My Bike info: 2014 Ducati Streetfighter 848. Ducati performance - windscreen, mirrors, seat cowl, tank pad, comfort seat. Bazzaz zfi 123whp, 1098s steering damper. Six seconds of music came from this link https://youtu.be/Knch05XMDo0?list=PLKQWNXwX2zTngKcva5IGnLKIy1VLWwWlA camera accessories, gear, and mods im using gopro session http://amzn.to/2lY4wzR gopro hero4 silver http://amzn.to/2mfCQsw vivitar mic http://amzn.to/2lAP1g3 shoei rf1200 http://amzn.to/2lYeYaB shoei photochromic visor http://amzn.to/2lAFDJz jacket http://amzn.to/2mv8zXi jeans http://amzn.to/2mGTkHC gloves http://amzn.to/2mveUSx boots http://amzn.to/2mfMrQa
What's up everyone? In this video we are going to go over sport bikes for short riders, beginner sport bikes for short people, more advanced sport motorcycles for short people, and how to lower your motorcycle if it is still too tall for you. Lot's of topics to cover, let's get into it. First of all if you are a beginner and are a super short rider, and sport motorcycles are just too tall for you to be comfortable on starting out, I highly recommend starting with a lower seat height cruiser just to get some experience and build up the confidence you will need to ride a sport bike without having both feet flat on the ground. Aside from that the obvious choices for starting out on a sport bike especially when you are short will be 250cc and 300cc beginner sport bikes like the Yamaha R3, Suzuki GSX250R, Kawasaki ninja 250, Kawasaki ninja 300, Honda CBR250, Honda CBR300...you get the idea. These will all be low seat height motorcycles and will be much easier to start on. If you just plain want a bigger bike than your usual starter sport bikes, look at the kawasaki Ninja 650 or Ninja 500, Suzuki SV650, Yamaha FZ-07 and CBR500/CBR650 next. These tend to have a little lower seats and less aggressive seating position, so will be the next easiest to try for short motorcycle riders. Next up will be a 600cc super sport if you just plain have to have a super sport motorcycle, and you are short. The best ones for shorter people tend to be the Suzuki GSX-R600 and Honda CBR600...these tend to be motorcycles with narrow seats, which puts your legs closer together and gets more of your feet on the ground. Don't get me wrong, the Yamaha R6 and Kawasaki ZX6R are actually my two favorites...but they have wider seats USUALLY which is not as comfortable for shorter riders. AND finally...if all else fails, you can simply lower your motorcycle. Just about every motorcycle can be lowered without much effort by installing a lowering link or links on the rear suspension and also having the forks adjusted in the front. If you are going to go this route please have it done by a professional so that it is done correctly, and please lower both the FRONT and REAR of your bike. Do not let someone tell you that you don't need to lower both...lowering on the rear will make the bike shorter for you, but will also mess with the geometry and handling characteristic of the bike...which can cause issues. DROP your questions in the COMMENT SECTION, I will answer them on my ask a motorcycle guy series.
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