Not sure how I feel about this. There IS something about being able to operate a clutch, match revs on a down shift and be smooth that is appealing. On the other hand, I can see how on touring and commuter bikes this could be attractive. Not sure how well it will work for sport bike and racing applications, but I'm sure we will find out very shortly.
I was up in Canada over the Labor Day weekend to announce for the final round of 2009 of the Parts Canada Superbike Series. It was a great weekend of racing, all the championships came down to the final round, a several were decided by less than 5 points!
Have a look at some of the pictures I shot throughout the weekend.
This is Top Gear beautiful and yet further proof that with the exception of maybe WRC/IRC racing why two wheels are better than four!
Better watch this one in full screen mode!
This one has been kicking around for a few weeks and I've been meaning to run it. It's not just the visuals, which are stunning, it's the raw emotions that you get from James that really sell this video.