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Paris Motorcycle Show - Odds and Ends

6
October
2005
  Posted at 10:39:43 AM
  File under  Exhibitions Events France
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France

Although there were several "new" motorcycles at the Mondial du Deux Roues at Paris, I'm running out of photos of these new motorcycles (and I'm running out of steam). Suzuki had their ER-6 N, Yamaha's R6, Aprilia's Tuono R, Triumph's Daytona Triple and several others that I'm forgetting.

So, I'm concluding the reporting from Paris with these odds and ends, photos that did not merit a dedicated article, but still nice to see:

KTM


Austrian motorcycle manufacturer, KTM, showed their recently released Super Enduro motorcycle. Together with BMW's HP2, they form the two heavy-weight enduro motorcycles. It sure would be nice to see both of them compete in the Dakar race...

KTM Super Enduro Motorcycle

Touratech

German accessory manufacturer, Touratech, showed their version of the popular BMW R1200GS, the Desierto. Basically, it's a R1200GS with almost anything Touratech produces bolted on.

Touratech Desierto R1200GS Motorcycle

Yamaha

Yamaha showed their WR450F-2Trac "Ready to Race" rally motorcycle. This is the famous two wheel drive motorcycle that has participated in two Dakar races (and won it's category). This is the ready to race version, ie, buy it, and race it without any modifications.

Yamaha WR450F-2Trac Motorcycle

Honda

Honda
showed some strange contraption. It looked very much like a very basic training motorcycle...

Honda Training Motorcycle

Mini Chopper

Here's a nice motorcycle for those with a) money and b) kids.

Mini Chopper Motorcycle

TomTom

Dutch GPS manufacturer, TomTom, showed its dedicated motorcycle GPS, the TomTom Rider. More on than hopefully shortly. This GPS has been built specifically for motorcycles, and features Bluetooth, telephone communications, touch screen etc.

TomTom Rider Motorcycle GPS


and that concludes my reporting on the Paris Motorcycle show. Next show is Tokyo (which I will not attend) followed by the Milan EICMA in November (which I probably will attend).

Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did....





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