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The new year brings with it a host of new bikes, with the return of Ducati, Kawasaki and Yamaha.

All four manufacturers have been involved in the recent series, and the latest of the four has a solid year.

The most recent Yamaha project, the 650b, is the fastest bike on the grid, although it’s the smallest and lightest of the bunch.

The 650b is powered by a 697cc V-twin, the same one used in the 750b and the 650R.

This bike is capable of a top speed of just under 160mph, although the Yamaha team is keen to push the limits further, with its latest 750b being a four-stroke engine.

It can be fitted with a range of different suspension configurations and also has a gearbox.

The 750 is not as fast as the 650B, but it is quicker than the 650.

It’s also lighter, but that’s not necessarily the main reason for the difference.

The Kawasaki RC-V250 and Yamaha RC-F1000 both feature a 730cc V4, but both have more powerful engines.

Kawasaki has made the RC-750 one of its more successful models, while Yamaha has continued to develop its RC-f1000 and RC-1000R.

There’s still no official time frame for the Yamaha RC500, but there is a decent amount of spec available.

The Yamaha RC750 has the best power, acceleration and cornering of the bikes in the field.

However, the RC500 lacks a few tricks that will appeal to fans of the Kawasaki, Ducati or Yamaha brands.

The RC500 is powered primarily by a Honda CRF1000S engine, and there is some speculation that the new bike might also be powered by the Honda CRT1000T.

Both the Yamaha and Kawasaki bikes have their own engines and powerplants, but they’re also based on different engine sizes.

The Ducati is powered largely by a 125cc four-cylinder and has a good amount of grunt, but the Kawajis RC-R1000 is more powerful, has a larger displacement and has been modified to be more fuel efficient.

The Honda is based on a 250cc engine, but has a lot more power and a better handling package.

It also has more power, but this is offset by a lack of traction.

There are other spec-related differences between the Ducati and Kawajins, as well.

The bikes are both based on the same platform, the Ducato, and both have a similar powertrain and engine.

However the Kawi and Kawagis are based on two different platforms, and have slightly different engines.

The engine for the Kawagi is the same as that used in Honda’s larger 250cc twin.

This means that the Kawishi will be able to compete with Ducati’s RC-G1000 and Yamaha’s RCF1000R, but not the other way around.

The same is true for the Honda.

The main difference between the bikes is their suspension, which has been tweaked in some way.

The new bikes feature a lower, slimmer fork and lower front end.

The fork has been changed to be lighter and lighter is better, and its suspension is more rigid.

The rear of the bike has been slightly lengthened.

The bike’s front forks have also been lengthen to make it more stable.

The rider also has the option of using the seat as a handlebar, which is standard on the RC1000 and 750, although a standard seatpost is also available.

A range of new materials have been used to make the bikes stronger and lighter.

The front wheel is aluminium, but aluminium is lighter and is also more aerodynamic, while the rear is titanium.

The wheels are both made of a carbon fibre and aluminium alloy, although this is not a common material used in production motorcycles.

Both bikes feature standard ABS on both the front and rear.

The ABS is used to increase the amount of traction and damping, which can improve cornering and braking.

ABS is also used to improve the handling, and to improve ride quality.

The seat is now covered in a carbon fiber layer, similar to the rear wing, and it’s wider than on the other bikes.

The suspension also includes a wider wheelbase, wider tyres and a more advanced shock absorber.

There is a more aggressive suspension setup on the Kawas and Kawijas, with longer shocks, wider tires and longer forks.

The forks on the Yamaha bikes have also received a bigger and wider bore.

The dampers on the forks have been extended, but their damping is still very light.

The exhaust system on the bikes has been revised, with a larger exhaust tip.

The airbag has been redesigned, with more sensors to help with rider protection.

The frame has been updated, with wider front and side tubes, a higher seatpost and a new downtube.

The carbon fibre on the fork has also