Sunday, February 8, 2009

Participate Teams Le Tour De Langkawi

Le tour kali ini hanya kawasan Putrajaya-Seremban-Melaka-Pahang dan Selangor sahaja. Kenapa tak mai kot area utara.
Sebenarnya,tak pernah miss tengok live kalau lalu kawasan utara ni. Masa belajar di Johor dulu pun sanggup turun KL untuk tgk kat dataran(kriterium).Paling syok kalau duk kat KLCC.Kat situ setiap kali planton lalu,pancaragam akan bangun dan main music.
Malam ni tgk preview kat RTM pun ok dah.Mesti Hasbullah Awang dan M.Kumaresan akan jd commentator. dah lama tak dengar istilah (planton, chase, leader, breakway etc). Harap Eman Manan tahun ni menjadi seperti tahun sebelumnya. Go Le Tua n Malaysia team.

Le Tour De Langkawi 2009

BBOX Bouygues Telecom
AG2r La Mondiale

CSF Group - Navigare
Cervelo Test Team
Seoul Cycling
EQA-Meitan Hompo - Graphite Design
MNCF Cycling Team
Letua Cycling Team
Doha Team

Malaysia National Team

Australia National Team
South Africa National Team
South Africa
China National Team
Iran National Team
Kazakhstan National Team

Tuesday, February 3, 2009


  • Engine Type Four-stroke, liquid cooled, DOHC, four-valve per cylinder, parallel twin
  • Displacement 649 cc
  • Bore & Stroke 83.0 x 60.0 mm
  • Compression Ratio 10.6:1
  • Maximum Torque 44.9 lb/ft @6,800 rpm
  • Cooling Liquid
  • Fuel Injection Digital fuel injection with two 38mm Keihin throttle bodies
  • Ignition Digital CDI
  • Transmission 6-Speed
  • Final Drive O-Ring Chain
  • Frame Semi-double cradle, high-tensile steel
  • Rake/Trail 25°/4.3 in.
  • Front Tire Size 120/70-17
  • Rear Tire Size 160/60-17
  • Wheelbase 55.7

  • Front Suspension / wheel travel 41mm hydraulic telescopic fork with adjustable rebound and preload / 5.9 in.
  • Rear Suspension / wheel travel Single offset laydown shock with adjustable rebound and spring preload / 5.7 in.
  • Front Brake Type Dual 300mm petal discs with two-piston caliper
  • Rear Brake Type Single 220mm petal disc with single-piston caliper
  • Fuel Tank Capacity 5.0 gal.
  • Seat Height 33.1
  • Dry Weight 399 lbs.
  • Overall length 83.7 in.
  • Overall width 33.1 in.
  • Overall height 51.8 in.
  • Color Passion Red
  • Warranty 12 months

VERsatile SYStem 2

Versatile System. The Kawasaki Versys 650 for 2008 / 2009.

The chassis of the Kawasaki Versys is tall with a very upright riding position that gives the rider a most commanding view of the road either in town or through the country twisties.
With very long travel upside down forks and the cast alloy Gullarm type swingarm the Versys not only has excellent ground clearance, but absorbs all of the lumps and bumps that the good old british highways can throw at us.

Kawasaki continue to build on thier reputation for innovative motorcycles. Not only will you stand out from the crowd, whilst seated on the Kawasaki Versys, you will see over them.

Incorporating ergonomics perfectly suited to a variety of riders, the Kawasaki Versys 650 makes optimum use of a compact two-cylinder engine that has allowed the centralisation of mass to reach another level, whilst delivering a sleek chassis that is extremely manoeuvrable and fun-to-ride.

The parallel twin engine although derived from the super reliable ER5 plant is in fact an ALL NEW powerplant. In fact, the Versys 650 engine thanks to a highly modified gearbox is smaller than that of the ER5. This has in turn allowed for a smaller, shorter chassis giving it cutting edge handling. The fact that the engine is so narrow aids balance and makes the bike feel even lighter than the featherweight that it already is.

In order to bring more power and torque to the lower area of the rev range of the Kawasaki Versys the profile of the cam shafts has been modified from those in the ER6's engine. In conjunction with this a balance pipe has been inserted between the two downpipes of the exhaust. The end result - very smooth but punchy from the lowest of engine revs.
The overall aim with the Kawasaki Versys was to produce maximum response from the engine at road speeds of 50-80 mph. (3000-6000rpm).

The exhaust system of the Versys 650 runs under the bike and exits in front of the rear wheel. This as with the engine aids overall bike balance and the feel that there is no weight to this machine.
Cleverly the rear shock has been mounted directly between frame and swingarm without excess link arms, bushes, bearings etc. Helping not only in the area of weight loss, but also reducing maintenance long term.

The fuel delivery system on the Kawasaki Versys is a highly efficient dual butterfly electronic fuel injection system. The first butterfly being controlled by you, the second by Kawasaki's clever little ECU that ensures smooth fuel/air delivery, thus smooth power delivery.

The Kawasaki Versys 650 offers a commanding, comfortable riding position. The cutting edge handling capabilities of this machine defy the previous statement. Throw a leg over the New Kawasaki Versys and you will want to bypass those "A" roads, get off the "B" roads and find the bumpy twisty country lanes where the true joy of this all new machine will be appreciated.

Versatility = Useability !!! Awesome mAchine

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Kaki Bukit Perlis

Special posing by Abe LOng

danish n tasnim posing kat tasik di KEM KAKI BUKIT PERLIS

Darwisy dengan Tok Mek.