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    Editor's note: The Yamaha T-Max 20th Anniversary Edition will not be available for the Singapore market. The normal T-Max however, is available through Singapore's exclusive agent Hong Leong Corporation. You can find out more at the link here:
    The powered two-wheel world changed forever when Yamaha launched the original TMAX back in 2001. By being the very first machine to offer motorcycle performance with scooter comfort and convenience, this dynamic Sport Scooter has transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of TMAX'ers all over the world.
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    As the best-selling Sport Scooter in Europe every single year since its launch, the TMAX has been on an incredible journey, and along the way has established a truly iconic status among its legions of fans. Over here in Singapore, if you're looking into the Class 2 segment and want a scooter with more power, the go-to answer would more often than not be the Yamaha TMAX. Two decades after the introduction of the very first TMAX, Yamaha has created a special edition model that marks the outstanding achievements of one of the most loved and revered designs in the company’s history.

    Before TMAX, anyone looking for a fast, comfortable and enjoyable way to get to work had the choice of a smaller capacity scooter or a geared motorcycle. Both of these options were fine for many customers, but neither was the ideal solution for a discerning group of commuters and leisure riders who specifically wanted a machine that offered the simplicity of a “twist and go” automatic scooter together with the thrilling acceleration and high speed stability of a sports motorcycle.

    Recognising the gap in the market, Yamaha’s designers embarked upon the project to build the world’s fastest scooter in the late 1990s. Nothing was ruled in or out, and in true Yamaha style the company ignored conventional thinking and created a totally new kind of hybrid two-wheeler that successfully combined the advanced engine and suspension technology from a motorcycle with user-friendly scooter features. Equipped with a step-through chassis and wind-beating bodywork – as well as automatic transmission, luxurious seating and a large underseat storage space – the radical TMAX was a huge gamble for Yamaha, but it was a gamble that was to forever change the face of long distance commuting.

    The rest is history, and in 2001 this innovative and exciting high performance maxi scooter was launched into a vibrant European market that had never seen anything like it before. Its unique blend of motorcycle performance combined with scooter comfort and convenience made long and medium distance commuting quicker, easier and more fun than ever before.

    TMAX has maintained its immense popularity and has been the best-selling Sport Scooter every year since its introduction 20 years ago. With almost 300,000 units sold to date in Europe, TMAX is by far and away the most successful Sport Scooter ever produced, and is one of the most important models in Yamaha’s line-up.
    Throughout its remarkable history the TMAX has constantly evolved to meet the needs and desires of each new generation of customers. Driven by a 500cc, twin-cylinder engine capable of achieving 160 km/h (100 mph), the 1st generation TMAX was the first true Sport Scooter. With its compact powerplant mounted rigidly in the tubular steel frame, it delivered a new level of high speed stability that made it the ideal vehicle for customers who needed a fast, comfortable and easy to use long distance commuter.

    Between 2004 and 2007 the 2nd generation TMAX’s class-leading performance was taken to the next level with the introduction of a more powerful fuel injected engine, while handling quality was enhanced with new forks and dual front disc brakes with ABS as an option. A parking brake was fitted, and a larger 15-inch rear wheel was featured.
    2012 saw the introduction of the 4th generation TMAX that featured a new body design as well as a larger capacity 530 cc engine with belt transmission – and a new aluminium swingarm reduced the unsprung weight to give even smoother and more responsive rear suspension operation.
    The 5th generation TMAX arrived in 2015, and its most notable new features were the motorcycle-type upside down front forks and radial-mounted brake calipers that underlined this iconic Sport Scooter’s position as the highest specification model in its class.

    In 2017 the 6th generation TMAX came with a dynamic new look and featured a range of sophisticated electronic rider aids that offered even greater control in different riding conditions. Its class-leading specification included the Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle (YCC-T) and Traction Control System (TCS) – and TMAX was also offered in a higher specification DX version which featured D-MODE switchable power modes, with cruise control, a heated seat and grips and an electrically adjustable windscreen as standard.
    2020 saw the launch of the most dynamic and most powerful TMAX ever seen. Its new more aggressive bodywork combined with a larger capacity 560cc engine took the whole TMAX experience into new territory, and reinforced its status as the ultimate high performance scooter of all time.
    The key feature on this new model is the forged carbon bodywork that gives every scooter its own “fingerprint”. Unlike traditional carbon fibre which has a uniform weave pattern, each of the forged carbon-fibre components used on the TMAX 20th Anniversary has its own individual surface finish that makes every one of the 560 units unique.

    The distinctive boomerang body panels as well as the front fender and muffler heat shield are all manufactured from this strong and lightweight carbon material, giving the TMAX 20th Anniversary an even more dynamic look and premium feel – and yellow highlights on the boomerangs and fender are a reminder of the original model’s bright yellow colour scheme.

    Manufactured from premium grade materials, the exclusive heated seat features yellow stitching to match the accents on the boomerangs and front fender, and a 20th Anniversary logo confirms the scooter’s exclusive status. Heated grips are also standard, and these feature special end grips that enhance this iconic Sport Scooter’s specification.

    Each TMAX 20th Anniversary will be fitted with a numbered badge that confirms its exclusivity as one of just 560 units that have been manufactured as a tribute to the industry’s most successful and iconic Sport Scooter. Together with the unique “fingerprint” of the forged carbon bodywork, the production number gives every individual model its own special identity.

    The most unique and desirable TMAX ever made will be finished in a special Tech Graphite colour that underlines this very special scooter’s dynamic looks and perfectly complements the exclusive forged carbon bodywork. Contrasting bronze-coloured wheels reinforce the premium status.
    Yamaha TMAX 20th Anniversary Key Features
    Unique forged carbon bodywork Special heated seat and heated grips Exclusive colour Powerful 560cc EURO5 compliant engine Dynamic and aggressive body design Electric screen Cruise control Integrated LED front flashers Fully-equipped with best-in-class specification Lightweight aluminium frame Traction Control System & D-MODE Large storage space Smart Key keyless operation. Monotone TFT instrument panel Motorcycle-type suspension with optimised settings Centre stand locking system Yamaha launch video of the 2021 Yamaha T-Max 20th Anniversary Edition:


    Chong Aik International Pte Ltd - the exclusive distributor for Cardo in Singapore, is having a massive promotion on the top-of-the-line CARDO PACKTALK BLACK! This price is only valid until the 6th of April 2021. If you're looking for a premium communication system, look no further. The CARDO PACTALK range has been consistently voted best of the best by many motoring journalist!

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    SingaporeBikes.com preferred bike rental company - Auto Exchange Bike Rental - is back with another unbeatable offer for March and April 2021!

    We are excited to share that Auto Exchange has just gotten in a brand new fleet of motorcycles consisting of the latest and hottest 2021 models for you to try and experience for yourself! Read to the end of the post to see actual pictures of the motorcycles!
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    Dear SBF members!
    Kymco Singapore Riders Club will be organising a ride to nowhere on 28th March 2021.

    Meet up at 0730hrs. Location will be at Motor Sport Pte Ltd (Kymco Singapore):
    Blk 3007, Ubi Road 1, #01-446 Singapore, Singapore 408701
    This event is open to all types of bikes and make.
    No registration is needed.
    Safe distancing measures will be strictly enforced.  All participants are required to adhere to rules set by the organisers. Proper riding attire and footwear required.
    Convoy will move off at 0800hrs.
    Hope to see you there!
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    Join us for the Royal Alloy SG virtual launch event from the comfort of your home! We'll be releasing information regarding specification, price & more. Don't miss out!
    Welcome Royal Alloy to Singapore and join us as we tune in to the launch of Royal Alloy in Singapore!
    Event will start 8pm SGT, 20th March 2021.
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    When Can-Am trotted out news of its 2021 On-Road vehicle lineup this week, the headline on the press release was how the brand was successfully attracting new, younger, and more diverse riders to the riding community. The numbers we were given—approximately a third of Can-Am On-Road owners are female; close to 50 percent of Can-Am Ryker owners are new to the sport, and 72 percent are under the age of 55—were enough to make us take notice; traditional two-wheel manufacturers would kill for those kind of stats.

    Halfway down the press release, Can-Am also let us in on the notion that its 2021 lineup “remains incredibly fun and easy to ride,” which seemed like another way of saying that most of last year’s models are returning, but with just a few minor changes. Let’s take a look at what’s new for 2021.
    The Can-Am On-Road lineup consists of two core models: the Ryker and the Spyder. The Ryker is the lower-cost, more accessible machine and encourages customization, with an aesthetic geared more toward younger, urban riders.

    The Can-Am Spyder, on the other hand, is split into two trims: the Spyder F3 and the Spyder RT. The F3 is all about bold muscular styling—what Can-Am calls the “American customer,” while the RT leans toward more comfortable ergonomics and touring amenities like cargo space. The Spyders are all powered by an inline-triple Rotax 1330 ACE engine. And priced at well over SG$40,000 here in Singapore, it is on wonder that the Spyder is a rare sights on Singapore roads. What's more unfortunate is that one recently caught on fire right here in Singapore and that means that they're even rarer now!
    2021 sees three trim levels in the RT family: the RT base model, the RT Limited, and the new, exclusive Sea-to-Sky version, which gives a nod to the iconic Sea-to-Sky Highway in British Columbia. The upscale STS model brings enhanced luxury, comfort, and convenience in the form of new wheels, trims, and badging for a unique premium look, as well as adaptive foam seats that reduce pressure points during longer rides. It’s not a limited edition, but Can-Am says it’ll be available for the 2021 model year only.

    Both the touring-oriented Spyder RT and RT Limited received complete redesigns in 2020, so this year it comes down to new color options. The Spyder RT starts at $23,299, while the RT Limited model, which gets an integrated backrest, heated seats, and more storage capacity, retails for $27,299. The top-of-the-line STS edition adds to the Limited model with an exclusive Highland Green colorway, painted top case, titanium-colored machined wheels, and special badging and cargo bags. MSRP is $29,799. New accessory options include adjustable side wind deflectors and LED floorboard lights, as well as new removable LinQ storage bags. Prices quoted above are for the North-American market and we'll just have to wait and see what they'll be priced at once it lands on our shores.

    In the Spyder F3 line, we see a total of five models for 2021, with slight variations in performance, suspension, electronics, and cargo capacity. All are adjustable ergonomically. The solo-saddle F3 base model starts at $15,999, while the sportier F3-S adds 10 hp and gas-charged Fox shocks, cruise control, and a sport mode with bigger gauges for $18,999. The F3-S Special Series for 2021 adds a sportier grille, passenger seat option, orange frame highlights, a bigger digital gauge with BRP Connect capability, and a special Gravity Grey color, all for $19,999. Next up is the F3-T, which, as you might guess, adds a bit of touring capability with installed 21-gallon side cases and a windshield, as well as a four-speaker sound system; that’ll run you $21,499. New colors include Glacial Blue Metallic. Last is the Spyder F3 Limited, which gets all those previously mentioned amenities and adds a passenger backrest, self-leveling rear suspension, heated grips and footboards, as well as a top case and six-speaker sound system. Cost is $24,499.

    The Can-Am Ryker lineup has also been refined for 2021, but it still retains a focus on accessories and personalization. Since its launch in 2018, Can-Am says the Ryker has been hugely successful in attracting new, previously hard-to-reach riders. For 2021, the family sticks with the two models that have served it from the beginning.
    The base model Ryker is still the main draw, especially given the attractive price tag, which starts at $8,799. At this level you get a choice of a 600cc or 900cc Rotax engine (as displacement goes up so does price), tool-free ergonomic adjustability, and a vast catalog of accessory options.

    The Ryker Rally Edition starts at $11,499 and comes standard with the 900cc engine, rally tires, upgraded suspension, and protection components for both bike and rider. Rally mode means you can cut loose in the dirt and have even more fun. New accessories for both models include the Adventure windshield for more wind protection, as well as new body panel options and the option for the LinQ cargo bags.

    After the model breakdown, Can-Am was also keen to tout its ongoing outreach to riding schools, saying it collaborates with more than 150 riding schools throughout the US and Canada as part of its Can-Am Rider Education Program (REP). It also claims that 80 percent of the 28,000-plus participants who’ve completed the REP since 2016 did not previously have a license to ride. And we can all agree that those stats are encouraging for the whole powersports industry—enough to be headline news.

    For more info see: can-am.brp.com.

    Kappa Premium Motorcycle Bags are now available in Singapore through distributor Racing World!

    As part of this new product launch, all Kappa products are at introductory pricing for a limited time only!
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    Born in 1956 as Cappa, the young brand was developed in Italy under the guidance of Paolo Vettore, standing out thanks to its practical and technical products characterised by attention to detail.
    For 60 years Kappa has been dedicating all its efforts to improving the lives of bikers.
    The road, space and horizons take on the lead roles, our story and that of our products is the background for each of your adventures.
    Kappa has chosen to tell and share its passion for two wheels, doing its best day after day, trip after trip, with each solution and in every material used, dedicating everything to the individual who lives on their motorcycle.

    Peugeot Motocycles shows its new logo, distinguishing itself as not limited to just scooters. Is the 125cc and 300cc P2X on the way? And by the way, yes, that is how Peugeot spells "Motorcycles" - as Motocycles.

    Peugeot may be well known on two wheels for their scooter range, but a little while back they decided to ditch the ‘Scooters’ from their name and go for ‘Motocycles’ instead. 
    Interestingly, searching Peugeot motocycles on a popular search engine will show two websites at the top, the first reading ‘Peugeot Motocycles - the oldest manufacturer of scooters’ with a dedicated website, the second being ‘Peugeot Scooters’ with another dedicated site. 
    Weirder still, the Peugeot Motocycles website has the old ‘prancing lion’ logo, whilst the Peugeot Scooters site has the new ‘Peugeot Motocycles’ logo. Looking at the listed range on the site, and there are no motorcycles (yet). Now, I understand the need to distinguish from the Peugeot cars brand, but it seems like there is a lot going on here.

    I’ve got to admit, for a smaller capacity bike, the P2X really does look impressive, and an option I’m sure plenty of Class 2B riders would be keeping an eye on if the tyres ever hit the road. And the 125cc P2X does look a lot like the Honda CB150R (or CB125R is you're going by Boon Siew Honda's official imported version). This would be another entry into the super popular retro-street Class 2B segment.

    Perhaps an electric motor version is on the way, instead. Definitely an option for a motocycle/scooter company that’s been around since 1810, and making two-wheeled motor-cycles since 1898 (when they literally stuck a motor on a cycle, see what we did there). 
    We’ll keep an eye out, but the new logo looks really cutting edge and modern, and we really like it. 

    Honda, Yamaha, KTM and Piaggio sign a letter of intent to set up a swappable electric batteries consortium for motorcycles and light electric vehicles. 
    ANNOUNCED on the 1st of March 2021, the four manufacturers (Honda, Yamaha, KTM & Piaggio) have signed a letter of intent to set up a swappable electric batteries consortium for motorcycles and light electric vehicles. 

    They will all collaborate on batteries that can be switched amongst their future electric model lineup, meaning a universal battery cell that can be used across all models. It may not be something that we see on the roads and in use any time soon, but it’s a clear sign of intent that they are all planning for the longevity of use for their electric vehicles, as well as promoting the use of electric power with increased availability.

    From the release: ‘The aim of the Consortium will, therefore, be to define the standardized technical specifications of the swappable battery system for vehicles belonging to the L-category; mopeds, motorcycles, tricycles and quadricycles. By working closely with interested stakeholders and national, European and international standardization bodies, the founding members of the Consortium will be involved in the creation of international technical standards.’

    This new consortium, however, will begin its activities in May 2021, and it seems invitations have been sent to other manufacturers to join their initiative. At the end of all this, we (the consumers) will likely win out, just as much as they do. A swappable battery across makes and models would mean ease of use and much quicker recharging times by physically swapping an empty battery for a full one - it's not a new concept by any means, but the big manufacturers jumping on board certainly signals their intent going forward.
    Noriake Abe, Managing Officer of Motorcycle Operations for Honda, said: 
     “The worldwide electrification effort to reduce CO2 on a global scale is accelerating, especially in Europe. For the widespread adoption of electric motorcycles, problems such as travel distance and charging times need to be addressed, and swappable batteries are a promising solution. Considering customer convenience, standardization of swappable batteries and wide adoption of battery systems is vital, which is why the four member manufacturers agreed to form the Consortium.
    Honda views improving the customers’ usage environment as an area to explore cooperation with other manufacturers, while bringing better products and services to customers through competition. Honda will work hard on both fronts to be the ‘chosen’ manufacturer for customer mobility.”
    Takuya Kinoshita, Executive Officer and Chief General Manager of Motorcycle Business Operations for Yamaha, said:
    “I believe the creation of this Consortium holds great significance not just for Europe but the world as we move towards establishing standards for swappable batteries for light electric vehicles. I’m confident that through work like this, the technical specs and standards, that currently differ by regional characteristics or the state of the industry in different markets will be unified, and, in the future, will help lead towards maximizing the merits of electric power for customers on a global level.”
    Electric motorcycles and scooters are the future whether you like it or not, and with such heavy investments by industry leaders, this can only mean good things for the future and competition and demands drives improvements and investments which is ultimately good for the end consumer. While it might not seem likely right now, an electric motorcycle could very well be the norm in the near future.

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