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The clocks have gone back, it gets dark well before five o’clock, and you can see your own breath in the air. That can only indicate one thing, that winter has arrived, and the motorcycle season is well and truly over. Or is it?
Honda has announced updates to seven of its carryover models for 2021, headlined by a restyle of the best-selling PCX125 scooter.
A new phenomenon has emerged in recent years, with large aerodynamic wings appearing on the latest generation sportsbikes.
From today (November 5) new coronavirus guidelines have been put in place in England until December 2.
November is a time when motorcycle manufacturers proudly show off their new and updated wares, but it’s also a time when they get the paint brushes out and give some of their carry over models new paint and graphics.
After six years since the launch of Honda’s pocket-sized run-around, several small styling updates later, and with an increasing eye on the next wave of young riders, Honda has decided it’s time for a new version of its cult Grom.