The year 2019 will be a year of great news for the world of two wheels, from colors to technology, from the revolutions in terms of aerodynamics principles to the modernizations in terms of components and electronics to assist the driving the new year will give everyone its opportunity.

What is the news coming to the world of two wheels? 2019 will offer a lot of them, and that’s why we are already offering you a quick overview, and we hope that at least one of these foods your imagination to realize a dream in the drawer.

Moto Guzzi News

Coming up, enduro V85? In pure Paris-Dakar style, the new Guzzi is a precise reinterpretation of the lines of the historic crossovers. It has recently been pinched again in the test phase. Will it finally reach the dealerships in 2019?

New from Kawasaki

Is the great ninja one of the novelties that we have to expect from the mythical house for 2019? Absolutely yes, to renew itself (it has been doing so for some years) will surely be the Kawasaki ZX-10R, if you wanted to keep it secret, this has been betrayed by some documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in the United States. Reports listing the bikes that will NOT be renewed and among them, there is NOT the ninja ZX-10R, and for this reason, we expect a new improvement of the bike that for some years now offers a constant increase in technique and style.

Yamaha News

Yamaha has also betrayed herself with a slide on the 2019 news with a new tricycle of the large Japanese company. The new LMW range will broaden the scope of customers with a small-medium displacement that will be, hypothetically, a 250cc.

New Ducati

The Borgo Panicale-based company offers the new titanium grey supersport livery and the red imperative of the frame and wheels. The S version will retain the Ducati red and Star White Silk livery.

MV Agusta

Two years of design and MV Agusta has chosen to introduce the new SCS with its Turismo Veloce 800 Lusso, which stands for “Smart Clutch System” and identifies the technology for automatic clutch management. The need to improve driving fluidity and comfort is the basis of the new technique, enhancing performance and sportiness, which have always been the core business of MV Agusta.

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