Friday, December 28, 2012

GSXR750 K7



Fairing works by SBK motoworks

Owner of the bike, En Yunus from Port Dickson Seremban N.Sembilan, Malaysia

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Sunday @ Awana Dec. 16th 2012

Group photo

Petronas Sg Tua at 9am

Good weather

The bikes 1

The bikes 2 (The Bladers Group)

S1000RR 2012

The bikes 3

One of the group 

The bikes 4

The bikes 5

Monday, December 17, 2012

Moto Guzzi is now in Malaysia!

Saturday December 15th, Glenmarie Shah Alam Malaysia


We have been invited and attended the event. No doubt the retro-look bike or cafe racer bikes are becoming more popular in Malaysia, Moto Guzzi in Malaysia is trying to fill this segment.





Here is good and fair review of Moto Guzzi V7 by comparison with Triumph Thruxton.



Monday, December 10, 2012

BMW Scooter Test Ride Session

Sunday December 9th, 2012

First, they launched it and now they are giving us 4 units to test it on the road!

Thanks to Auto Bavaria, Glenmarie for the invitation.

Nice food! Breakfast & lunch provided.

Nice blue colour! Fall in luv.....C 600 Sport

They even very generous to provide one unit of S1000RR 2012 for the test

4 units available for the test

Mr Zain 


Mr. Jat (S1000RR owner) is giving thumbs up for the scooter

Mr. Shu. another S1000RR owner who is thinking to add this scooter
in his garage

What BMW Malaysia did (launching and test ride events) is very excellent! 
We should have more events like this from Malaysia bike agents, distributors or authorised dealers.

Reported by Farid



Thursday, December 6, 2012

New fairing set arrival!

Available by end of December 2012!

Honda CBR1000RR 2012 TT Legends


Honda CBR1000RR 2008-2011 Lee Carrera


Yamaha R1 09-10 50th Anniversary color (Blue/White)


Yamaha R1 09-10 50th Anniversary color (Red/White)


Available only at : 

Bike Perfect Motorsports, I-82-G, Blok I, Bistari 'De Kota', Jalan Teknologi 3/9, PJU 5, 

Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Call Ashraff Yusuf @ 019-2066620.


Thank you to Bike Perfect Motorsports!


Monday, November 26, 2012

Unpainted ABS fairing set


  • You want to paint with your own design?
  • You want to paint brush?
  • You do not want to paint your original stock set?
  • You want to keep your original set?
  • You want another extra standard fairing set?
We have the solution for you with our Unpainted ABS Fairing set.

100% fitments and complete standard set like the factory set!

Example : Complete set of Yamaha R1 09 2009/2010


Email or call us for the booking!

Friday, November 23, 2012

Yamaha R1 07/08 Santander

Another complete set fairing, different design of Yamaha Santander for R1 07/08. Comes with clear windscreen.


Status : Pre-Ordered by SBK PIT STOP, No. 11 Jalan Chengal Baru 1/1, Pusat Perniagaan Chengal, 28000 Temerloh, Pahang. 
Call Ishak Sulaiman @ 019-918 8330.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

R6'06 Yamaha MotoGP design




Fairing works by SBK motoworks

Workmanship by En. Azizi from Arena Motor Kajang, HP no. 019-3086527




Monday, November 12, 2012

Congratulations to Zulfahmi #63!


Zulfahmi grabs second career podium finish at Valencia GP

By LIM TEIK HUAT

PETALING JAYA: Zulfahmi Khairuddin closed his breakthrough 2012 season in splendid fashion by clinching third place in a thrilling Moto3 race at the Valencia Grand Prix yesterday.
Zulfahmi rode brilliantly from 17th place on the starting grid to grab his second career podium finish with a stunning overtaking move on the final turn.
In collecting another 16 precious championship points, the AirAsia-SIC-Ajo team rider climbed to seventh in the Moto3 standings with a total haul of 128 points.
The 21-year-old from Banting earned his first career podium by finishing second in the Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix in Sepang last month.
Zulfahmi struggled to get the right set-up in qualifying and only managed 17th fastest in the final practice session.
The race began under wet conditions and Zulfahmi went for a cautious approach at the start despite keeping close to the leading group.
He then started to pull off a series of fastest laps and with three laps to go, Zulfahmi moved behind the Red Bull KTM Ajo Racing duo of Sandro Cortese and Danny Kent.
They maintained their positions until the last turn of the final lap 14 when Kent and Zulfahmi made their daring passing moves, overtaking Cortese and Binder respectively to give the Malaysian rider a well deserved podium.
Zulfahmi, in a telephone interview from Valencia, said he had to take a cautious approach due to the wet and slippery conditions.
“I’ve never liked racing on a wet track. I was very careful at the start and just followed the leaders, I saw some riders crashing out, so I was careful until the final stages of the races.
“I took a big risk to fight with the frontrunners on the final turn but it paid dividends.
“I’m so happy to get my second podium of the year, more so after starting 17th on the grid and struggling in the practice sessions earlier.
“Many thanks to the sponsors and everybody who gave me this chance,” said Zulfahmi, who was named the Most Improved Rider for Moto3 last week.
Kent won the race in 45:5.891, crossing the finishing line just 0.056 seconds ahead of world champion Cortese and 0.114 seconds in front of Zulfahmi.
Copy from The Star 12 Nov 2012


Friday, November 9, 2012

nu-prep 100



We spend a lot to improve our bike performance, from hardware to software. Thousands of ringgit invested, if not for the speed at least to make you look cool!

But we forget that we are the one, the rider that controls the highly performance machine, and by considering the latest machine that comes with electronic gadget, the rider needs to be well alerted with the technology and of course the environment.


I personally consume this Tongkat Ali – water soluble extract for the past 2 years. It give me an energy either on the long riding trip or during track days…. And reduce the normal/light muscle pain….

I hardly feel any pain on my knees after the stressed & tension riding to Awana Sunday. You know how stress it is riding with those fast riding guys....By the way, I have two metal plates in my right foot.

Recommended by a friend, we managed to meet and talk during the teh tarik session with one of the quality guy from this company who produce this herbal supplement.

With their tag line of scientifically prepared to enhance men’s health and vitality, this product is made fom a standardized Tongkat Ali extract that is water soluble, freeze-dried and  patented in the US and Europe. Increase in stamina and physical endurance after consuming Nu-Prep 100 Tongkat Ali water –soluble extract extracts is one of the MANY and NOTABLE demonstrated efficacy for this product.


So, don’t ride before preparing yourself!

Vroomm...
Farid


Thursday, November 8, 2012

New Suzuki GSXR1000 2012!

Suzuki build a mighty GSXR, even with small changes for the 2012 version, it still captured the attention.
Once you are a Gixxer, it always good to see any of GSXR on the road or showroom.
By just looking at the bike, you will feel the sensation of putting your two legs on it. 
A feeling of only Gixxer will know of.......



Now available at :

TWG Temerloh by SBK PIT STOP

No. 11 Jalan Chengal Baru 1/1, Pusat Perniagaan Chengal,

28000 Temerloh, Pahang. Call Ishak Sulaiman @ 019-918 8330.






Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Yamaha R1 07/08 Santander

From one of the bikers in Kuantan Pahang.

Complete set of fairing with racing windscreen.




Call our authorised shop for booking yours. Thanks!

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Fairing set GSXR1000K9/L1

From one of our customer, spotted during Temerloh Bikers Track Day 24th October 2012.



Thank you!

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

BMW Scooters

KUALA LUMPUR: With the introduction of the C 600 Sport and C 650 GT today, BMW Group Malaysia now wants to sell you scooters - maxi scooters to be exact.

It says that while both scooters are meant for city use, they are just as capable being touring bikes, ready to hit the expressway to, say Ipoh, at a moment's notice.

The scooter is a new line of products BMW is selling in Malaysia, and this comes on the heels of the 3 Series and 5 Series hybrids that were launched locally last week.
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The C 650 GT (red) and C 600 Sport.

Both scooters are pitched at women and men as well, with BMW claiming the difference in riding dynamics between a BMW scooter and its bigger displacement motorcycles is minimal.

According to BMW, the rationale for bringing in the premium scooter now is that it is becoming increasingly relevant in a rapidly urbanising landscape with all the accompanying ills that it brings such as jams and lack of parking spaces.

For Asians with typically smaller build than their Western counterparts, BMW will soon be offering lower-seat versions of the scooters. The seats will be 3cm lower, it said.

The C 600 Sport is a sportier product while the C 650 GT is meant for those seeking comfort and touring ability.

BMW has designed the C 600 Sport with an emphasis on lightness and streamlined aerodynamics. On the other hand, the C 650 GT - with its big panelling parts - serve to provide better protection against the elements. 
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Both uses the same 647cc engine with identical performance. Top speed is 175kph, with power relayed through a CVT gearbox.

Visually, the face of the new BMW maxi scooters are distinguished by an upside down fork and two-rotor disc brake, just as on a motorcycle. The tails come with a single swing-arm with big hollow wheel axles which are typical of motorcycles from BMW Motorrad.

Featuring a 2-cylinder inline engine, the powertrain of the C 600 Sport and C 650 GT is a new design by BMW 
Motorrad with an output of 60bhp at 7,500rpm and a maximum torque of 66Nm at 6,000rpm. 

The C 600 Sport can sprint from 0 to 100kph in 7.1s and the BMW C 650 GT in 7.5s.

The scooters are fitted with a CAN bus (controller area network) electrical system which networks the 
instrument cluster, ABS and engine controller as well as the electronic immobiliser and the anti-theft alarm system and tyre pressure control (RDC) which are available as optional equipment. 

In addition, both feature a power socket installed in the left storage compartment. This can be used to recharge a mobile phone and is connected via Bluetooth to the BMW Motorrad communication system in the rider’s helmet, allowing for convenient and safe communications. 

The instrument cluster on both presents more functions than other vehicles in its class. It presents a large and readily visible LCD display with integrated engine speed readouts as well as an analogue speedometer with BMW Design Engineers placing an emphasis on best possible legibility under all riding conditions as well the elimination of reflections on the display.  

Aside from fuel levels, the instrument cluster also presents, as standard, useful details regarding the scooters oil levels, distance travelled, date and time, average fuel consumption amounts and rate, external temperatures as well as service information regarding the bike itself.

As an added boon to touring enthusiasts, the long distance capabilities of the C 650 GT is further reinforced with a spacious 60 litre storage compartment beneath the seat as well as two smallerc ompartments located along the front of the leg well. 

An additional storage compartment with internal lighting is also fitted in the tail of the C 650 GT and is capable of fitting up to two helmets when stationary. In addition, bulges on either side of the maxi scooter’s tail offer additional stowage space for general utilities. 

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Both maxi scooters are fitted with a sizeable braking system consisting of a two-rotor disc brake at the front and a single disc brake at the rear with BMW Motorrad ABS. 

They are also the first maxi scooter models by BMW to feature LED daytime running lights for better passive safety.

"All BMW Motorrad models from 2013 onwards will be fitted with ABS as a standard feature," said BMW Group Malaysia Motorrad chief Fazli Shukor.

He said the first batch of 40 units of the Berlin-made scooters are selling fast, with 25 already spoken for and the rest by tonight when prospective customers are invited to view them.

The 2013 target is to sell up to 120 units, said Fazli, adding that he was confident the BMW scooters would become commonplace on Malaysian roads by the third year.

The scooters would boost BMW Group Malaysia's bottomline, said BMW Group Malaysia managing director Dr Gerhard Pils. 
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Click image for specs.


The company has continued to see "remarkable growth" in 2012, with a total of 5,014 BMW, MINI and BMW Motorrad vehicles delivered across Malaysia as of September, a 14% increase in sales compared to the same period in 2011, he added. 

The C 600 Sport is selling at RM65,000 while the C 650 GT is going for RM68,800 (OTR without insurance).

The C 600 Sport is available in Cosmic Blue Metallic Matt, Titanium Silver Metallic and Sapphire Black Metallic; the  C 650 GT comes in a choice of Sapphire Black Metallic, Platinum Bronze Metallic and Vermillion Red Metallic colours.

Credit to The Star Online Monday, October 29, 2012