Bikes, Honda Motorcycles, Local Bike News

2020 Honda EX5 kapchai – new graphics, RM4,783


Evergreen icon on Malaysian roads, the 2020 Honda EX5 is back with new graphics. Now coming in Pearl Nightfall Blue and Pearl Magellanic Black, the graphics on this year’s EX5 harks back to the previous generation EX5.

For both versions, customers can opt between the spoked rim version at RM4,783 or the tubeless alloy rim version at RM5,009, with prices excluding road tax, insurance and registration. Main difference between the spoked and alloy wheel versions of the EX5 is the alloy wheel model comes with chrome headlight surround and passenger grab rail.

The EX5 is powered by a single-cylinder, air-cooled, 110 cc mill fed by PGM-Fi. Mated to a four-speed automatic clutch gearbox, the EX5 puts out 8.5 hp at 7,500 rpm and 8.62 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm.

Fuel for the EX5 is carried in a 4.3-litre tank with drum brakes front and rear. Suspension is with telescopic forks and twin shock absorbers at the back with electric and kick starting as standard.

Pricing as mentioned earlier is recommended retail and may differ from the dealer’s offer. The 2020 Honda EX5 comes with a two-year or 20,000 km manufacturing warranty.

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Ducati Panigale V4 25th Anniversary 916 in Malaysia – worldwide production limited to 500 units; RM360k


Ducati is no stranger to limited edition models, and the latest to arrive on our shores is the Panigale V4 25th Anniversary 916. Just 500 units have been produced for markets worldwide, and this one here is the sole unit in Malaysia. This particular example has already been sold, however it is still on display at the Ducati showroom in Petaling Jaya.

Based on the 2019 Panigale V4 S with select changes including the front frame from the racing homologation Panigale V4 R, the V4 25th Anniversary celebrates the milestone of the Ducati 916’s launch in 1994, which went on in its racing iterations to win 120 races, eight constructors’ titles and four riders’ titles, four of which with ‘King’ Carl Fogarty at its controls.

This limited edition and its colour scheme was inspired in particular by Fogarty’s 1999 race bike, bringing the number ‘1’ and ‘Foggy’ graphics with it on its bodywork. Specific to the 25th Anniversary model are the Akrapovic titanium exhaust silencers, taller racing windscreen, unique seat, carbon-fibre mudguards, adjustable foot pegs, carbon-fibre heel guards and swingarm cover, racing grips and articulated levers as well as a billet machined top yoke engraved with the edition number.

The 25th Anniversary 916 edition also gets Marchesini Racing forged magnesium wheels, dry slipper clutch assembly and the electronics suite comprised of the Ducati Quick Shift (DQS) EVO 2 and Ducati Traction Control (DTC) EVO 2, Ducati Slide Control (DSC), Ducati Wheelie Control EVO (DWC EVO), Ducati Power Launch (DPL) and Engine Brake Control EVO (EBC EVO).

Also present is the Ducati Data Analyser+ (DDA+) with GPS module, in addition to a host of other parts made of carbon-fibre and billet aluminium. Here, the powerplant remains the 1,103 cc 90-degree V4 Desmosedici Stradale engine as on the ‘regular’ Panigale V4 S, which produces 214 hp at 13,000 rpm and 124 Nm of torque at 10,000 rpm.

Similarly, suspension continues to be the electronically controlled setup of an Ohlins NIX30 43 mm fork in front and Ohlins TTX36 rear shock, while brakes are Brembo Stylema monobloc units in front with 330 mm-diameter discs with Cornering ABS EVO. With fluids, the Panigale V4 25th Anniversary weighs 194 kg.

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Ops Selamat shows drop in accidents for 2019 – PDRM


With Ops Selamat 16, Malaysia’s annual traffic safety campaign held during the major festive seasons running from January 16 to February 1, Kuala Lumpur police chief Commissioner of Police (CP) Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim said awareness amongst motorists has contributed to a decrease in accidents. During his officiating of the launch of Ops Selamat, CP Mazlan said it is shown in police statistics for 2018 and 2019, where the number of accidents recorded showed a drop of 6.7%, a decrease of 174 incidents, fatal or otherwise.

For Ops Selamat 14 in 2019, police recorded 2,400 accidents, with nine accidents involving injuries and three fatalities. During Ops Selamat 12 for the corresponding festive season in 2018, 2,550 accidents were reported, with 28 incidents of injury and eight fatalities. With the percentage drop in accidents across two years, CP Mazlan expressed hope that the 2020 numbers would be even lower with motorists taking more care on the road.

In terms of total number of summonses issued during Ops Selamat 2018 and 2019, there was a drop of 13.6%, from 25,757 to 22,243, respectively. For 2020, police would like to see accident statistics drop further and CP Mazlan advised motorists to ensure their vehicles were in good repair and safe to drive, avoid speeding and using the mobile phone while driving and obey all traffic rules and directions from police.

Those returning for the festive season are advised to notify the police station nearest to them by filling in a “Balik Kampung” form. This will allow local police to monitor and patrol low occupancy areas under their jurisdiction during the holidays.

Aside from the notification form, CP Mazlan said the public can also use the Volunteer Smartphone Patrol (VSP) app to notify police and request assistance. For the coming year, CP Mazlan also said police response time key performance indicator (KPI) is now eight minutes, down from the previous 14 minutes, following feedback from the public.

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Bajaj, Bikes, Kawasaki, Local Bike News, Modenas

Modenas and Kawasaki team up for assembly JV


Following the increase of Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) Japan’s stake in Malaysian motorcycle maker Modenas from 19% to 30% last year, news has emerged that Modenas will be assembling Kawasaki motorcycles soon. Although no specifics were given as to the models or capacity of the Kawasaki models likely to be assembled, we were informed by a source inside Modenas that “the business plan is still being finalised.”

Modenas has an assembly plant in Gurun, Kedah which currently assembles a variety of Modenas rebadged models. Modenas currently sells a variety of motorcycle models, including the Dominar D400, the NS200, RS200, NS160 and V15, all rebadged from Bajaj.

Other models in the range include the Kriss 110, Kriss MR2 and CT115S kapchais, as well as the Karisma 125 and Elegan 250 scooters. The Elegan 250 is a rebadged Kymco scooter, sold alongside the Kymco Downtown 250i.

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Malaysian police to run “Ops Selamat” from Jan 18


As is usual for the Chinese New Year festive season exodus for Malaysians, police will be conducting “Ops Selamat” from January 18 to February 1. With the tagline “Total Enforcement and Services”, the 16th edition of Ops Selamat will focus on six main offences commonly committed by road users.

These are speeding, driving in the emergency lane, overtaking on double white lines, queue cutting, beating the traffic lights and using a communications device while driving. All these offences will be charged the maximum summons amount of RM300.

However, in conjunction with this year’s Ops Selamat, police are offering a 50% discount on selected types of summons if payment is made between January 18 to 22. The previous edition of Ops Selamat, held during the Hari Raya holidays in June last year, saw 24,461 traffic accidents reported, an increase of 9.1% from the previous exercise, with 207 fatalities.

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Bikes, Ducati, Local Bike News

2020 Ducati Panigale V2 in Malaysia by mid-year – provisional pricing, pending approval, below RM120k?


As the last, possibly, of Ducati’s V-twin sports bikes, the 2020 Ducati Panigale V2 will likely be in Malaysia by mid-year, likely at the end of June. This was hinted to paultan.org by an unnamed source in the Malaysian Ducati distributor, Naza, and pricing is said to be in negotiation to keep it around the RM120,000 or below mark.

While the pricing for what is essentially a middleweight sports machine might give pause to many, it should be noted several things are counting against the price of the Panigale V2 being affordable in Malaysia. Chief amongst these are the current poor rate of exchange for the Ringgit as well as the V2 coming in as a CBU model and not from Ducati’s assembly facility in Rayong, Thailand.

Shown to the world at the Ducati World Premiere 2020 in Rimini, Italy last October, the Panigale V2 replaces the Panigale 959 in the manufacturer’s sports bike lineup. Although using the same Superquadro engine, give or take, as the Panigale 959, the Panigale V2 puts out 155 hp at 10,750 rpm and 104 Nm of torque at 9,000 rpm.

This compares against the 214 hp at 13,000 rpm and 124 Nm of torque at 10,000 rpm of the Panigale V4 S, Ducati’s top-range superbike, which is priced in Malaysia at RM172,900, with the base model V4 not being available locally for the 2019 model year. However, a lot of the riding suite and electronics have been transferred over to the Panigale V2 from the V4, making it, in Ducati CEO Claudio Domeniciali’s words, “much easier to ride.”

Styling for the Panigale V2 also follows cues from its larger sibling, with the huge intake nostrils and two-part fairing carried over, as well as the LED lighting. Rider comfort is given more than lip service with the seat foam 5 mm thicker than the Panigale 959 and the seat itself 20 mm longer in length.

The single-sided swingarm makes a welcome return to the Panigale V2, as much a design trademark of Ducati’s modern superbikes from the days of the 916 as it is a reflection of Ducati’s positioning of its bikes as premium products. Braking on the Panigale V2 is done with Brembo M4-32 Monoblocs and suspension is by Showa in front and Sachs at the back.

We, like many other Malaysian sports bike riders, are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Panigale V2. What does now matter is, will the price be kept to a relatively reasonable level or will the vagaries of economic pressure put the Panigale V2 out of reach of many Malaysian riders?

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2020 Malaysian Chinese New Year safety campaign by Kawasaki Malaysia – free 16-point safety check


Now in its fifth edition and fourth time at this location, the Kawasaki Road Safety Campaign 2020 was held at the Sungai Besi toll plaza for riders of all motorcycles brands to avail themselves of a free 16-point motorcycle safety check. Conducted by Kawasaki’s certified technicians, riders can bring in any motorcycle brand for the safety check and obtain technical advice where necessary to improve the efficiency and safety of their two-wheelers.

As in previous years, riders could take advantage of a helmet exchange campaign where old helmets are exchanged for new units. Also available were high visibility jackets which were handed out free of charge by Kawasaki’s event partners.

Speaking to the guests and media, Ahmad Faez Yahya, executive director of Kawasaki Malaysia, said much has to be done to reduce the accident rate amongst Malaysian riders. Touching on the issue of riders using mobile phones while riding, Faez elaborated on the 2020 Kawasaki safety campaign which focuses on proper riding etiquette and not using the mobile phone.

Launching the event was Datuk Kamarudin Jaafar, Deputy Minister of Transport. During his speech, Kamarudin said there was a slight increase in the number of road accidents in Malaysia for 2018. Citing police statistics, Kamarudin said there were 837,695 reported accidents in 2018, a rise of 4.4% compared to 2017’s figure of 802,523.

However, Kamarudin expressed concern about the number of road fatalities, which has never dropped below the 6,000 mark in the last 10 years. “From our findings, it has been determined that 80% of fatal road accidents are entirely due to the attitude of the driver or rider, with the remainder caused by vehicle mechanical failure or road conditions,” he said.

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2020 Aprilia RS660 to enter Malaysia at year-end


During the special preview of the limited edition Aprilia RSV4 X in Kuala Lumpur yesterday, there was good news for fans awaiting the Malaysia launch of the Aprilia RS660 sports bike. Queried by paultan.org during the question and answer session, Piaggio’s Asia Pacific head of marketing, Nicola Capello, said the RS660 will be launched in Malaysia by the end of 2020.

This middleweight sports bike was launched in EICMA last November and has yet to make its appearance in any market worldwide. However, interest in this sports bike has been high as it signifies Aprilia’s return to this sports motorcycle segment.

Taking design cues from bigger sibling the RSV4 and powered by a 660 cc parallel-twin, the RS660 will produce about 100 hp and weigh only 169 kg, according to Capello. “The RS660 is designed to be a fun bike, for all riders, and we think it will be a hit, especially in Asia,” he said.

Despite some aggressive styling, the RS660 is very much designed to be easy to live with on the road, with clip-on handlebars above the triple clamp centreline and foot pegs that do not fold the riders legs as far back as a pure race bike would. Lightness is also evident in the RS660 with a frame and swingarm made from aluminium alloy.

For suspension, the 41 mm diameter Kayaba upside-down forks are used in front and a monoshock at the rear, all fully-adjustable. Brakes are from Brembo, using four-piston Monobloc callipers clamping 320 mm discs on the front wheel.

Aside from ride-by-wire, the RS660 also takes its electronics and riding aids suite from the RSV4, as Capello explained. This includes Aprilia Traction Control, Aprilia Wheelie Control, Aprilia Cruise Control, Aprilia Quick Shift (up and down), Aprilia Engine Brake and Cornering ABS.

Five ride modes are available to the rider – three for the street and two for the race track – giving clear intentions that Aprilia wants the RS660 to be a bike at home on street or circuit. In keeping with current motorcycle technology trends, the instrument panel is a full-colour TFT-LCD unit that includes connectivity to the rider’s smartphone.

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GrabBike starts motorcycle ride share service in KL


After the launch of motorcycle ride share service Dego Ride on Jan 1, Grab Bike has now entered the Malaysian market with GrabBike with the service available in the KLCC, Bukit Bintang, Pudu and Chow Kit areas. From the Grab app, GrabBike services start with a base charge of RM3.70 for rides under 3 km, with an addition 30 sen service charge.

Every subsequent kilometre after the initial 3 km will be charged at 66 sen per kilometre up to a maximum of 5 kilometres. Every additional kilometre travelled after that will be charged at RM1 per kilometre with GrabBike reserving the right to charge Surge pricing during periods of high demand.

A cancellation fee of RM2 will be charged should the user change his or her mind about the ride or if the rider waited more than two minutes for pick up. GrabBike also provides the option to pair female passengers with female riders.

Earlier this week, Dego Ride commenced motorcycle ride sharing covering Putrajaya to Shah Alam with some 700 registered service riders. Dego Ride is priced at RM3 for the first three kilometre ride and RM1 every kilometre after that.

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2020 Honda CBR1000RR-R unveiled in Malaysia


After its worldwide reveal at the 2019 EICMA motorcycle show in Italy, the 2020 Honda CBR1000RR-R was unveiled at Sepang International Circuit during the 2019 Races of Malaysia. The CBR1000RR-R replaces the CBR1000RR and features design and styling taken from Honda’s MotoGP racing motorcycles.

Intended for competition in the World Superbike Championship (WSBK) that is currently dominated by the Kawasaki ZX-10RR, the CBR1000RR-R uses a chassis and bodywork derived from the Honda RC213V-S race replica with 214 hp at 14,500 rpm and 113 Nm of torque at 12,500 rpm coming from the inline-four. Racing technology features in the CBR1000RR-RR with items such as titanium connecting rods, forged pistons and finger-follower rocker arms for valve actuation.

The base model CBR1000RR-R displayed comes with Showa fully-adjustable front forks with Nissin brakes callipers while the SP version will come with Brembo Stylema callipers and Ohlins electronic suspension. Riding aids abound on the CBR1000RR-R with Honda Selectable Torque Control (HTSC), power, engine braking and wheelie control with the addition of launch control.

The frame is all new and is designed to be stiffer in the vertical plane with increased torsional resistance but more compliant in the horizontal axis to boost grip and feel. Winglets now sprout from either side of the fairing as aerodynamic aids but we think its utility on the CBR1000RR-R for road use will be more cosmetic than functional.

There is no pricing as yet for the 2020 Honda CBR1000RR-R in Malaysia and as to when it might be available for sale, Boon Siew Honda declined to commit to a date. However, a source inside Boon Siew said the CBR1000RR-R might make it to Malaysia “sooner rather than later.”

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