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Friday, August 31, 2012

BMW Group Designworks USA Thermaltake Computer Mouse

Munich/Taipei. Totally focused and oblivious to his surroundings, the young man speaks urgently but quietly into his headset. One hand hovers above the keyboard, the other on the computer mouse. On the monitor screen in front of him a virtual figure is chasing through a labyrinth of alleys and dead-ends, veering off, flattening itself against walls, reacting to opponents - all this happening at split-second commands. The speed with which these cyber scenes unfold is breathtaking. It's like being taking along for a spin with a Formula One pilot. This is Kai "Kaii" Schäfer, one of the best German professional gamers, at work. Together with Thermaltake, renowned provider for electronic gaming accessories and based in Taiwan, BMW Group´s think tank of creative specialists, DesignworksUSA, has developed a high-end computer mouse specifically for tech pros like Schäfer and all those dedicated amateurs hoping to match their wits against the lightning-fast best. You need a speedy mouse for this. Support from the Gaming Pro. This piece of technology, resembling a tiny racecar, has about as much to with those grey plastic shells scooting over mouse pads like a family van does with a high performance supercar. Niko von Saurma, the director of the Munich studioof DesignworksUSA, takes up one of the three prototypes and handles it with the care afforded a rare artifact. And that is what this sleek concoction, outfitted for the rigors of professional computer sports, is set to become. Officially, this latest innovative example of industrial design is called Pro-Gaming Computer Mouse Level 10 M. Anyone who's ever tried their hand at a computer game knows that Level 10 is reserved for the very, very good. Someone like the pro-gamer "White Ra", who shared his first-hand experience during the developing process. Level 10 M has the potential to become a "game changer", says Tony Liu. For the director of T t esports, the gaming division of Thermaltake, "the mouse is an extension of the player´s soul". It is no less than the conduit into the game. Just like a basketball shoe, a golf club or a cockpit, a professional´s mouse needs to be customized to meet the competition needs of tech's best athletes. 

Monday, August 27, 2012

SHOEI J-Force II Jack TC-2 - Premium Open Face Helmet at 45,000 Yen (MYR1,778)

One of the popular helmet by riders in Malaysia. This one in blue colour is the open face helmet named J-Force II TC-2 by SHOEI. At a price of RM1,778 as converted from 45,000 Yen, it is valid to be categorised as a premium helmet. J-Force II has been superseded by the J-Force III, but it is still popular up to this day since some of the colour are already discontinued that makes the helmet is rare. 

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Yamaha 125 Boom Boom Pow

Entertainment on the go or is this guy selling music on the street? via: drag speed house FB

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Thursday, August 23, 2012

2006 Valentino Rossi YZR-M1

After the Rossi departure from Ducati to Yamaha for 2013-14 seasong, suddenly this YZR-M1 is looking good again. More high resolution pictures can be found at AsphaltandRubber

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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri from

We hope it is not too late to wish you all 'Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri'. We will keep updating you about the news in the motorcycles world soon. For now, enjoy your holiday and ride safe!

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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Boon Siew Honda Releases the CBR1000RR(RM95,900-107,600) and CRF250L (RM22,688), available at all Impian Honda showrooms in August 2012

Kuala Lumpur, 14th August 2012 - Boon Siew Honda brought in two new performance bikes - the new CBR1000RR Super Sports bike and the all-new CRF250L dual-purpose adventure bike. Both models will be available at all Impian Honda Showrooms. "These twin offerings will meet the diverse profiles of bike enthusiasts, with one machine for rough-and-tough use, and the other for a complete sense of control. One common denominator for these bikes is that each model is built upon the essence of realising dreams," said Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Boon Siew Honda, Mr. Satoshi Okada. The New CBR1000RR The superbike made for precision built handling, suitable for racetrack and regular riding The new CBR1000RR is made for bike aficionados who desire rides at exhilarating speeds, with maximum control. The new CBR1000RR embodies the principles of compact dimensions, a light and stylish frame and mass centralization. Whilst the CBR1000RR retains its powerful 999cc liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC inline 4-cylinder engine and new Programmed Dual Sequential Fuel Injection system (PGM-DSFI) make riding smoother and easy to maneuver. Its assisted slipper clutch feature increases chassis stability when decelerating and handling corners. New suspension settings mean smoother and more accurate response with Showa's advanced Balance Free Rear Cushion that uses a double tube design. Its Big Piston Front Fork also uses Showa's technology, reducing internal pressures for smoother damping and enhances stability during hard braking. Elegant 12-spoke cast aluminium wheels provide more consistent rigidity, working with the forks for improved handling. The new CBR1000RR's four-piece aluminium frame balances the strength, rigidity and lightness required for both superb handling and a strong power-to-weight ratio. The frame also contributes to the centralisation of mass, typical of Honda's racing and road-going bikes. The new second generation Honda Electronic Steering Damper (HESD) delivers high-speed stability and low-speed responsiveness in steering. Multi-function LCD instruments communicate everything, from gear position to coolant temperature and speed, whilst the customisable tachometer is easy to read in all light conditions. The tachometer is viewable in four modes - Conventional, Reversed, Peak Hold & Single Segment. The 5-level shift LED indicator displays preset rpms once they are reached - great for maximising performance and ensuring optimum gear shifting. The new CBR1000RR is available starting 14 August 2012 in Pearl Sunbeam White at the nett selling price of RM96,500.00 and Victory Red and Graphite Black at the nett selling price of RM95,900.00. The new CBR1000RR C-ABS, which is equipped with Honda's electronically-controlled Combined Anti-Lock Brake System, is available at the nett selling price of RM107,600 for Pearl Sunbeam White and RM107,000 for Victory Red and Graphite Black. The New CRF250L A dual-purpose bike that is sharp on the street and fun on the dirt The new CRF250L is the image of ruggedness and versatility - light, nimble and ergonomically appealing. Based on the legendary XL series, this multi-purpose bike combines competition-level off-road performance with responsive handling and practicality. The new CRF250L is equipped with a semi-double cradle steel frame chassis that provides the strength and toughness needed for off-road riding. Its wheelbase design gives the machine excellent stability and agility supporting two adults plus a 5kg load. The chassis encases a newly developed liquid-cooled four-stroke single-cylinder 250cc DOHC engine that produces consistent torque at low rpm and excellent performance at high rpm; making power delivery well balanced throughout a broad rev range. The lightweight and compact engine is also responsive, due to the internal dimensions of the throttle body and exhaust pipe. Combustion efficiency is enhanced with an iridium spark plug along with precise metering fuel from the Programmed Fuel Injection system (PGM-FI). The new CRF250L has a new six-speed gearbox and clutch, designed to cope with the extra stress off-road riding can produce. With its reputation as an off-road traveler, the new CRF250L has superb handling capabilities, maintaining correct rigidity balance, which is suitable for use over a wide range of terrain and speeds. The braced handlebar provides an upright and relaxed riding posture, with plenty of leverage, and 45° turning angles on either side give a tight turning circle - useful for dealing with urban traffic or tight trails. Its brake system has also been tuned to offer a high level of controllability, making maneuvers precise and giving full control to the rider. Pro-Link rear suspension and Showa shock absorbers, together with the new CRF250L's 21-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels add to this great sense of control, increasing stability on rough terrain. The slim fuel tank can hold 7.7 litres, and enclosed with a comfortable flat seat offering choices of riding position for maximum control. Seat height is 875mm. The cooling system uses a 10.7 kW heat-release radiator protected with a polypropylene grill baffled to improve airflow. A thin guide-ring cooling fan is used to keep temperatures even at low speeds - useful when in traffic or tricky off-road situations. Carbon emissions are managed with an O2 Lambda sensor, which works together with a secondary air injection system - making this bike Euro III Emission Regulations compliant. The Honda CRF250L comes in Extreme Red at the nett selling price of RM22,688.00 and will be available at the end of August. For more information, visit or call the Boon Siew Honda Toll-Free number at 1800-88-3993 (Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm, except for public holidays).

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Monday, August 13, 2012

Anti-heat Motorcycle Seat Cover - No more burn ass

I always wished that there is an anti-heat seat cover that is available for me to avoid the searing heat from the seat after the bike is being parked on hot day. Luckily, there is. This picture is being sent by Motorcycle Seat Cover FB in Thailand on our MotoMalaya FB page. The material is good. It is made from polyester with 6mm thickness. No worry since this material is also water repellent. Indeed it is even breathable for that you'll a cool feeling to your bottom. One more thing it comfortable since it is elastic and follow the contour of the bike seat and your butt. No more burn ass!

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Sunday, August 12, 2012

1986 Wood-Rotax SJ676 Grand Prix Racer - The World's Fastest Single

Equipped with 676cc single-cylinder DOHC 4-valve engine with 71.8HP at the rear wheels driven by 6-speed close ratio gearbox and fed by 40mm carburetor makes it able to set the Formula Single at Willow Springs Raceway at 1:27.3, a record that is still stands today. Only sixteen is being built and this the number one in the production. You like? via: Mid America Auctions via: Bike Exif

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Saturday, August 11, 2012

LTD, SGV and INDEX Helmet

Some choices of helmet from Solid Gold Helmets. And did you know that AGV Bali helmet is made in the same factory here in Malaysia?

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Yamaha Kedo SR500

Another beautiful classic bike by Yamaha. Those were the days...

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Kawasaki Ninja Family Tree

It is all started by the GPZ900R.

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Friday, August 10, 2012

LTD Ram Fullface Helmet

LTD has released this 2012 fullface helmet named LTD RAM fullface. The graphic design of the helmet is great and should attract the riders out there. If you are using Honda Future, you don't have to worry about this helmet being stolen since you can stow it in the underseat compartment. [gallery]  

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It's Official: Valentino Rossi returns to Yamaha with two-year contract on 2013

It is now official that Valentino Rossi is coming back to Yamaha. Rossi will be riding along Lorenzo in 2013 MotoGP. Yamaha Team is now having two biggest talent in motorsports! Press release from Yamaha: It is with great pleasure that Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd confirms the signing of Valentino Rossi to ride for the Yamaha Factory Racing MotoGP Team for 2013 and 2014. Valentino Rossi first joined Yamaha in 2004 and achieved four MotoGP World Champion titles with the Yamaha YZR-M1 in 2004 & 2005 and again in 2008 & 2009. He won 46 Grand Prix races with Yamaha over a 7 year period before leaving at the end of the 2010 MotoGP season. Rossi, who is presently 8th in the Championship standings, will partner Jorge Lorenzo who currently leads the 2012 MotoGP World Championship by 23 points, having taken five victories from the first ten completed races of the 18 race series.  

Accessories for Kawasaki KLX150 from Racing Boy

You can now accessorize your Kawasaki KLX150 with this accessories from Racing Boy. There are many parts to choose for including brake caliper, Leo Vince exhaust, ignition cable, fuel cover, alloy rim and many more. Check out more info at: RB FB 

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Thursday, August 9, 2012

LTD Infinity and Infinity RAM Double Visor Helmet - RM150 (estimated)

I like this helmet! It have the features that I always wanted, the double visor. Double visor helmet have two kinds of shade, one for day use which is smoked black and the other one in clear type for useful night use. The sun in Malaysia on the day is very bright and it can make your eyes strained. So, most of the rider here use a dark visor helmet, but the problem is the same helmet can't be used at night since everything will become to dark to see. LTD is nice enough to introduce this helmet in a good design and having double visor. The difference between Infinity and Infinity RAM is the use of the air ram on the top of the helmet. I want to buy this soon. Price is estimated at RM120.

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MOTO-D iPhone & Android Mount for Motorcycles

I always wanted to travel into a new places and explore new territory. The problem is that I hate to be lost and start asking people to go places. Usually, when I drive my car, it is easy to go places since I can mount my iPhone with Papago GPS loaded for my guidance. But when travelling using bikes, it is always a problem to look for guidance from the iPhone, so, this Moto-D iPhone & Android Mount for motorcycles is a great tool for me to mount my iPhone on the bike. I can have it mounted on the bike and travel easily, anyway be careful with it since your phone is now exposed to the prying eyes out there and they just might steal it. Check out more pictures after the jump  

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Valentino Rossi is coming back to Yamaha?

I have been reading a lot of rumors about this in the news on many blogs. This time it is closer to be getting real as a Sportmediaset has announced that Rossi has signed two-year deal with Yamaha in their daily TV sports update. The news is said to be officially aired on August 15th. I'm hoping we can see more Yamaha Limited Edition bikes with Rossi 46 livery soon as we always had in the years when Rossi is with Yamaha. Source: twowheelsblog

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2012 BMW HP4 - Tuned S1000RR

  BMW Motorrad presents the lightest 4-cylinder supersports bike in the 1000cc class to date, the BMW HP4. Based on the BMW S 1000 RR - or RR for short - the new sports motorcycle has an output of 142 kW (193 hp) and weighs just 199 kilos including Race ABS and with a 90% full fuel tank (169 kg dry weight with Race ABS). The new BMW HP4 sees its world premiere in 2012 and is a continuation of BMW Motorrad's HP model series founded in 2005. After the boxer models HP2 Enduro, HP2 Megamoto and HP2 Sport, the BMW HP4 is the first 4-cylinder motorcycle in the HP family.  

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Welcome All New 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 250R - Sharper Modern Look, Fuel-injected, ABS equipped

Let me start this post with a photo gallery. You can click on the image to see bigger picture. [gallery columns="4"] This new Ninja 250R set to be released by the end of this year for 2013 sales has been given a nice upgrades in terms of styling and in the engine department. The style are now much sharper and looks modern enough for any riders to take notice of it on the road. 250cc bikes is an important market for ASEAN countries since lots of the riders ride moped. Given the category of this 250cc as the beginner superbikes, it makes a lot of sense for riders of moped to upgrade their bike to this category before proceeding for bigger capacity bikes.


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