November 30, 2010

Reviews: KTM 690 Duke 2011


With a claimed 65 horsepower from its LC4 engine, KTM labels this motorcycle as "the ultimate single-cylinder naked bike." It includes Brembo brakes, WP suspension, a one-piece die-cast aluminum swingarm.

Price: approx: US$10900.00

Tipo de motor Monocilíndrico, 4 tiempos
Cilindrada 654 cc
Diámetro x carrera 102 / 80 mm (4.01 / 3.15")
Potencia (homologada) 48 kW / 7500 rpm
Torque máximo 67 Nm / 5500 rpm
Ratio de compresión 11.8:1
Transmisión primaria 36:79
Manillar Aluminio, Ø 28 / 22 mm (1.10 / 0.87"), conificado
Suspensión delantera WP USD Ø 48 mm (1.89")
Suspensión trasera WP mono shock with Pro-Lever linkage

November 28, 2010

Masei Sponsorship of Helmet & Boot from 2011

From the coming year of 2011, Masei Helmet offers sponsorship to motorycle clubs, stuntmen, & racing teams. Our sp
onsorship is Only limited to Helmets & Boots. If interested, please contact us via

November 25, 2010

Motorcycle Production Increases among Japanese Manufacturers

JAMA reported an increase in motorcycle production in Japan, signaling an end to the nearly two-year long decline due to depressed world economic conditions.

The Japanese manufacturers counted includes Honda, Suzuki, Yamaha, and Kawasaki.

Motorcycle production in September 2010 was recorded as 57,908 units for the first nine months of the year 2010. Compared with the 45,646 units total recorded for the same month of the previous year, this is an increase of 12,262 units or 26.9%, and production increase on the same month of the previous year for seven consecutive months.

Japan - September 2010 Motorcycle Production Figures by Class
50cc or under 8,410 units, down 73 units or 0.9%
51 - 125cc 9,106 units, up 3,678 units or 67.8%
126 - 250cc 12,870 units, down 747 units or 5.5%
Over 250cc 27,522 units, up 9,404 units or 51.9%

On the other hand, its domestic sales in September 2010 stood at 38,512 units, a decrease of 4.9% as compared with the same month of the previous year.

Japan - September 2010 Motorcycle Domestic Sales Figures by Class
50cc or under 23,160 units, down 11.3%
51 - 125cc 10,316 units, up 19.5%
126 - 250cc 2,917 units, down 34.6%
Over 250cc 2,119 units, up 62.7%

November 16, 2010

Special Site - Helmet Coating & Spraying Taken in China

This is a confidential scene and movie I took in my inspection of other helmet suppliers. What do you think? Our are getting machine instead. The obsolete style production still needs labor to do this coating job.

By Luusama

Junior Clothing & Product Designers & Local Sales Rep Wanted

We are currently short of experienced workers and also need talented & potential designers for our clothings and helmet products. Part-time or freelance is acceptable too. We count one job by one job If interested, please contact me to Luusama.

November 13, 2010

Eicma 2010 - the worlds largest motorcycle event

I have been busy for weeks doing orders and designs. We will catch it up!

Eicma! - the worlds largest motorcycle event annually. It started
November the 2nd 2010.

They claim each time there is a population of 0.3-0.4 million visitors. (Not sure this year) There are most well-known manufacturers and suppliers filling 6 pavilions & halls.

November 10, 2010

Masei Motorcycle Casual-Wearing Boots 101

Masei Motorcycle Boots 101

Color: White/Black/Red/Gray/Blue Available

for casual-wearing.

Size (US7-12 / EU40-45)

For our facebook friends,
Only US$69 including shipping fee worldwide.

November 4, 2010

Masei Racing Team won 127cc A tournament in CSBK Shanghai with Masei 802 Helmet.

Who want to race with Masei Helmets? Let us know.
We sponsor racing teams with helmets and boots. Luusama.

November 1, 2010

Driving attitude - the main factor of causing motorcycle accidents

Driving attitude is the most important factor to reduce the risk of motorcycle accidents.

As with all road accidents, the causes and contributory factors of motorcycling accidents are varied and complex.

In Hong Kong, a 29-year-old motorcyclist was killed together with his wife, when his scooter crashed with two trucks in Hong Kong this week. They were found dead on the spot and were considered their dangerous driving attitude was responsible of this tragedy.

As the driver had a provisional license, there is suspicion that his wife was illegally riding pillion on his bike at the time of the accident and had broken other traffic regulations. On the other hand, he was cutting lines in between two med-size transportation trucks in a high speed of over 70 mph with carrying a passenger. He was riding a scooter too in bridge highway. As believed, this motorcycle accident was evitable.

The accident happened around 9:20 am when the two-wheeler was running along a slip road of Ting Kau Bridge towards Kowloon. When approaching Ting Kau Bridge along the slow lane, the motorcycle first risked to cut line into a truck vehicle in the middle lane and then crashed into its back. Then, another coming truck behind rolled over their bodies and head. They were later certified dead on the spot.

According to traffic law, new license holders for motorcycles are given a provisional license for the first year. During that time, they are not allowed to carry a passenger on their motorcycle.

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