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Honda has dropped the price of the CBR-125R from $3,499 to $2,299. That's a $1,200 reduction that many Canadian would-be motorcycle enthusiasts are excited about. The 2012 Honda CBR-125R has come a long way from the first generation 2007 Honda CBR-125R we reviewed years ago. That was the same bike that my ex-girlfriend was ticketed on for doing 5 km/hr over the speed limit by Toronto Police. This new CBR has been redesigned, with a little more weight, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing on the highway, nor are the thicker tires.
While many will be welcome a lightweight and beginner-friendly motorcycle at a great pricepoint, we need to look at the vehicles that we aren't seeing, and that we likely won't be seeing in Canada any time soon, because of it. When it comes to the Canadian motorcycle industry, does Honda's CBR-125R do more harm than it does good?
YouMotorcycle follows some very cool motorcyclists on Twitter. It's a great way of finding out what's new and exciting in your field of interest.
When we think about it, motorcycles and the performing arts don't always go hand in hand. Something about running a motorcycle on a stage for too long killing dancers. Imagine my surprise when the most interesting motorcycle-related tweet I came across in the YouMotorcycle Twitter feed was from @Gabby_DB, the city of Toronto's top professional contortionist, and a non-motorcyclist (boo! hiss!).
She tweeted a post from Fstoppers, a video blog. The Progressive International Motorcycle show needed some promotional material. They teamed up with i.d.e.a. and with the help of performers and body paint artists began transforming humans into motorcycles.
An explosion at the Bombardier Recreational Product (BRP) Research and Development facility initially left 38-year-old Sébastien Tardif, who was working the night shift, and a 54-year-old security guard severely injured. QPP reported that the blast rang out at approximately 12:20am Friday November 9th in the Eastern township of Valcourt Quebec.Read More »
When it comes to employee incentive theories there are two schools of thoughts:
The managers and corporate hierarchies who believe that generous discounting of product to employees hurts revenues, and those who believe in the power and return achieved by having workers who are active consumers of the products and services of the organization they work for. These are there stories.
Hot off the press! California based One Industries Corp., which produces SIXSIXONE products for motocross riders has confirmed an exclusive partnership with Kimpex for the Canadian market.Read More »
It takes a special type of person to ride a motorcycle. It takes an even more special type to write some of the emails we get. The flavor of the week seemed to be the three emails received about Motorcycle Training Courses and the Learn2Ride section of the site.Read More »
I've received an email from the property manager of the Price Choppers at Leslie and Lakeshore regarding the hundreds of motorcycles on the lot every Thursday night in Toronto, Canada.
If you're a Toronto motorcyclist, please take a look.