Friday, December 12, 2008

Kadar Caruman KWSP Pekerja Dikurangkan Mulai Gaji Januari 2009



Dimaklumkan kepada ahli Tawau Classic Bike Club dan pembaca bahawa KWSP telah mengistiharkan kadar caruman KWSP Pekerja akan dikurangkan secara automatik dari 11% kepada 8% untuk tempoh dua
tahun mulai gaji Januari 2009 sebagaimana kenyataan Bahangian
Perhubungan Awam KWSP dibawah.

"PEKERJA" yang ingin mengekalkan kadar potongan caruman KWSP sedia ada
iaitu 11% diperlukan mengisi borang KWSP 17A(AHL) Khas seperti dilampiran dan sila serahkan kepada syarikat masing-masing sebelum31/12/2008 untuk dikemukakan kepada KWSP.


Sehubungan itu, KWSP akan mengeluarkan jadual caruman bulanan yang baru.Ahli dan majikan boleh mendapatkan jadual caruman baru itu dari laman web myEPF di www.kwsp.gov.my atau seperti yang di lampirkan di bawah.

Tawau - Borang PENGURANGAN CARUMAN KWSP PEKERJA dan TINDAKAN BAGI YANG INGIN MENGEKALKAN KADAR SEDIA ADA


12:12 PM by tawau · 0

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Selamat Menyambut Hari Raya Qurban





Assalamualaikum, saya nak ucapkan Selamat menyambut hari raya KOrban kepada semua AHli TCBC dan pembaca blog TCBC yang beragama islam. Kepada yang menunaikan ibadah haji, semoga mendapat haji yang mabrur. Kepada yang bercuti dan balik ke kampung,
berhati-hati di jalan raya pandu cermat!! ingat jangan memotong di garisan berkemebar. esok jangan lupa sembhayang di MASJID. vrooOOOOM.... jumpa di masijd bandar tawau esok. insyAllah

11:53 PM by tawau · 0

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Riang Ria Makan Asap - Tawau Drag Race 2008


TAwau Drag Race



Event : Tawau Drag Race 2008
Date : 27& 28 Hb December 2008
Location: unused airport terminal, Tawau Sabah

Datanglah beramai-ramai, bersama sanak saudara dan JEntera pemusna ANDA.

need sneaky?


KING PARK HOTEL ( NEW HOTEL ) TB 30 , JALAN BUNGA
089-767700 , 766699
STANDARD SINGLE RM 98 , RM 88 (P.R )
STANDARD QUEEN RM 108 , RM 98 ( P.R )
SUPERIOR TWIN RM 150 , RM 128 ( P.R )
SUPERIOR QUEEN RM 150 , RM 128 ( P.R )
SUPERIOR FAMILY RM 180 , RM 138 ( P.R )
DELUXE KING RM 200 , RM 148 ( P.R )
DELUXE FAMILY RM 200 , RM 155 ( P.R )
DUKE RM 600 , RM 380 ( P.R )
KING RM 500 , RM 280 ( P.R )
QUEEN RM 500 , RM 280 ( P.R )
PRINCESS RM 300 , RM 200 ( P.R )


FIRST HOTEL TB 208 & 209 , JALAN BUNGA
SUITE RM 84.00
DELUXE RM 73.50
TRIPLE RM 68.25
STANDARD RM 63.00

HERITAGE HOTEL ( NEW HOTEL ) TB210-213 , JALAN BUNGA
089-766222
SUPERIOR ROOM RM 98.00
STANDARD ROOM RM 78.00



MONACO DYNASTY HOTEL TB230, JALAN BUNGA
TEL : 089-755557,089-766557
SUPERIOR ( KING SIZED BED ) RM 90 , RM 65 (PROMOTION RATE )
SUPERIOR ( TWIN BED ) RM 100 , RM 80 (PROMOTION RATE )
DELUXE ( TRIPLE BED ) RM 120 , RM 100 (PROMOTION RATE )
SUITE ( 2 BED ROOM ) RM 150 , RM 130 (PROMOTION RATE )

MONACO HOTEL
TB214 JALAN HAJI KARIM
TEL : 089-769911 , 769912 , 769913
STANDARD RM 80 , RM 60 (PROMOTION RATE )
SUPERIOR ( KING SIZED BED ) RM 90 , RM 65 (PROMOTION RATE )
SUPERIOR ( TWIN BED ) RM 100 , RM 70 (PROMOTION RATE )
DELUXE ( TWIN BED ) RM 120 , RM 80 (PROMOTION RATE )

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5:27 PM by tawau · 0

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Kod Etika Penulis Blog Dari Seri Syed Hamid Albar


Menteri Dalam Negeri Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar semalam mencadangkan penulis blog mewujudkan kod etika mereka sendiri bagi memastikan mereka bertanggungjawab dengan apa yang ditulis.

Beliau berkata perkara itu penting kerana kebanyakan penulis blog bukan dari kalangan wartawan yang dilatih untuk menulis sesuatu perkara secara adil dan seimbang.

Syed Hamid berkata kod etika yang dicadang itu perlu dibuat dalam bentuk peraturan dan bukannya perundangan atau akta baru.

Beliau berkata penulisan blog merupakan cara berkesan dan boleh mempengaruhi serta membentuk perspektif pembaca mengenai pelbagai isu.

"Mereka (penulis blog) boleh menyatukan masyarakat atau memecahkan. Seperti rakyat Malaysia lain, penulis blog juga perlu mempunyai tanggungjawab dalam menjaga kestabilan dan keselamatan negara," katanya ketika merasmikan persidangan 'Bloggers Buff' 2008 di sini hari ini.

Syed Hamid berkata wartawan profesional sekalipun mempunyai garis panduan masing-masing, dan oleh itu tidak ada sebab kenapa penulis blog tidak perlu mempunyai kod etika mereka sendiri.

Beliau berkata blog tidak dimasukkan dalam media lain kerana menerusi blog, pembaca boleh memberikan reaksi terhadap sesuatu isu yang ditulis sebaik ia disiar dalam blog.

"Komen dan sesi menjawab semula itu malangnya menyediakan saluran kepada orang ramai untuk menyebarkan perasaan benci dan sentimen perkauman," katanya.

Sementara itu, presiden penaja National Alliance of Bloggers (All Blogs) dan
wartawan Ahirudin Atan berkata penulis blog sepatutnya mengeluarkan kod etika mereka sendiri tanpa campurtangan kerajaan.

"Penulis blog mempunyai kuasa mempengaruhi pendapat, dan jika ia (kuasa)disalahguna, ia boleh menimbulkan pemusuhan di kalangan rakan," katanya pada persidangan itu.

Beliau juga berkata komen yang tidak mempunyai nama perlu dilayan seperti "surat layang" dan penulis blog serta pembaca mempunyai hak untuk tidak melayan mesej itu.

Farock (bukan nama sebenar) :SIapa penulis blog yang DIA maksudkan?? orang yang baru belajar meblog mcm aku ka?? atau yg dah Mahir? mungkin kod etika yg dia mau nie penulis hendakla memuji corak pemerintahannya. Tidak menyelongkar Kelemahan n tipu helah yg beliau boleh selindungkan di media massa lain. :-). selagi penulis blog tidak menulis hal-hak +v mengenai Gov. Selagi itulah penulis blog di anggap -ve oleh pemerintah.. sekian terima.. kasih :=). jgn salahkan pokok yg bergoyang... untuk pengetahuan.. SEMUA pembaca-pembaca blog adalah golongan berpendidikan ( tau pasal komputer) klu di bandingkan dgn TV or Radio, so tau baik buruk...

Farock (bukan nama sebenar) : Klu nak gue cerita pasal kebaikan dato d blog nie + banner. BAGI LAH gue RM??? ( StandarDla kan ) . gue akan ulas kebaikan I.S.A yg memecah belahkan ahahHAHAHAAHNTU.

10:10 AM by tawau · 2

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Bah!! tukar-tukar Link kita, Exchange Link , Blogroll, Barter Link, Tukaran Link


Bah!! tukar-tukar Link kita



Bah Sila Copy Kod Barter link Di bawah dan Masukkan di Blog Anda, Gue akan buat Link Back secepatnya


Kelab Motor Klasik

6:24 PM by tawau · 3

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Kelab Motorsikal Wilayah Tawau - KEMOWTA




Kelab Motorsikal Wilayah Tawau - KEMOWTA merupakan salah satu kelab yang aktif di daerah tawau. Kelab ini kurang menjalankan aktiviti di On line berdasarkan pemantauan ku pada blognya yg ndak terupdate. Mungkin Mereka lebih siuk beraktiviti di highway tawau. Kelab ini di tubuhkan pada tahun 2007 atas dasar adalah untuk mendidik remaja dan belia-belia hari ini dari melakukan kesalahan jalanraya dan jenayah seperti lumba haram, pengambilan dadah dan alkohol, bergaduh dan bermacam-macam perkara yang tidak bermoral, tidak berfaedah yang boleh merosakkan akhlak remaja dan belia pada masa kini.


Bermotokan JAUHI DADAH , HINDARI REMPIT Kemowta telah berjaya menjalankan beberapa aktiviti sepanjang tahun ini seperti Konvoi ke Sandakan. pelbagai lagi aktivit yang telah di rancang dan akan di laksanakan klu ada masa.

Di harap dengan adanya kelab sebegini di daerah tawau pandangan macik-macik, jiran tetangga dan mereka yang selalu bepikiran Negative & sempit Terhadap Mat Moto dpt menabik SPring kpd mereka. semangat untuk majukan diri bukan sekadar di atas jalan raya tapi juga di alam maya.

lama dah mencopy paste jak ku update blog...google adsenseku dah Aprove.. boleh dah aku merapu cakap melayu di sini... :-)

8:49 PM by tawau · 2

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Scooter Honda, Aero 50




Toss the word "scooter" out to the average citizen, and odds are you'll conjure up an image of, say, Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn tooling around the Trevi Fountain in Roman Holiday or Mods trolling through early 1960s London à la Quadrophenia.

The "classic" Italian scooter is a storied image, and it's as dominant today, thanks to an overall scooter resurgence, as it was back in post-WWII Europe. So permeated on the pop culture landscape are these Romanesque runabouts that quite often they're thought to rule the world.

Ah, but there's perception...and then there's reality. Which, for the record, falls squarely in Honda's corner, bestowing the manufacturing giant with the undisputable title of history's all-time scooter sales leader. From the Aeros, Leads and Sprees to the Elites, Metropolitans and all-new Ruckus, it's easy to see the overwhelming volume (and diversity) of scooters Honda has produced over the course of the last half century.

Such was not always the case, though, and after a brief stint manufacturing all-steel, "classic"-style scooters in the 1950s (with mixed sales results), Honda stopped altogether by the mid-1960s to focus on the less expensive Cub series. Of course, absolutely colossal success ensued with this machine, prompting Honda to eventually re-enter the scooter fray by 1980, exporting hugely to the rest of the world while setting up factories abroad — including one in Italy, smack in the main competition's backyard.

Honda's re-entry wasn't a second attempt at conquering the "classic" scooter design, however; this time around, the company came back with what's now affectionately known as the "modern scooter." The 1983 Aero 50 featured herein was one of these new machines leading the charge of Honda's scooter resurgence.

So what exactly made one scooter classic and another modern? The most obvious difference was in the construction and styling. Bodywork with contemporary, sharper-angled shaping replaced the roundish, all-steel aprons of the classic models. And fully automatic transmissions were opted for over the manually shifted gearboxes of the older design.

All in all, these new scooters were lighter weight, less expensive to produce, vastly more fuel-efficient and virtually effortless to ride — even the most novice of pilots could master the simple, twist-the-throttle-and-go operation in no time. And in the Aero 50's case (this model was known as the Lead in Europe and Asia), with its feisty 49cc, air-cooled two-stroke engine calling the shots, quick, around-town transportation became a hassle-free affair. Automatic oil injection furthered the convenience quotient by eliminating the need for two-stroke fuel/oil premixing.

Unfortunately, the two-stroke Aero ran afoul of the ever-more-stringent emissions standards of mid-1980s America, leading to its discontinuation in the U.S. market. (Ironically, the nearly identical late '80s/early '90s Elite 50, also a two-stroke, enjoyed a long, successful run here.) Nevertheless, the Aero 50 enjoyed a makeover in '85, receiving plusher leading-link front suspension in addition to wider bodywork and a bigger seat, bumping up the comfort factor significantly. Larger-displacement models, the Aero 80 and 125, also followed, enjoying brief three- and one-year runs, respectively, from 1983-85.

Today, the last vestiges — appearance-wise, at least — of Honda's inaugural batch of "modern" scooters can be found in the ozone-friendlier four-stroke Elite 80. Of course, should you fancy more of a Euro-style, classic scooter, there's always the Metropolitan. And for those seeking the ultimate minimalist form of expression, look to the all-new Ruckus.

Either way, Honda's got your ticket to ride happy

11:15 PM by tawau · 1

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Tens safety tips for motorcycle riders




# Make eye contact – never assume others see you. Always try to make eye contact with drivers who may be about to pull into your path.

# Read “vehicle language” – even when drivers, cyclists and pedestrians do see you approaching, they often misjudge your distance and speed. Don't rely on them.

# Watch out for left-turning vehicles at intersections – getting hit by an oncoming vehicle that's turning left is the most common type of motorcycle crash.

# Check behind when turning left from a highway – watch your mirrors and make sure you have plenty of space behind. The drivers behind might not slow down for you.

# Look out for hazardous road conditions – wet roads, fluid spills, sand, gravel, highway sealant, railroad tracks, potholes and other road-surface hazards reduce your traction. They cause many falls.

# Take it easy on the curves – many crashes happen there. You might overshoot the road or cross the centre line and get hit by oncoming traffic. Watch the road ahead, slow down and choose the correct lane position-before entering a curve.

# Wear a good helmet – Helmets prevent head injuries in 67 per cent of crashes and deaths in 29 per cent. They're also mandatory in B.C. Make sure your helmet has a sticker showing that it meets current safety standards. Avoid buying a used helmet. It may have been in a crash, and the damage may not be obvious.

# Wear protective clothing designed for motorcycle riders – it can provide some protection during a crash, as well as shield you from the weather and flying debris. Keeping warm and dry will help you stay alert and maintain coordination. Wear your riding gear in layers so you can adjust to changing conditions. Jeans give little protection. Never ride in lightweight pants or shorts.

# Protect your eyes and face – constant wind can make your eyes water, preventing you from spotting hazards. Flying insects, dust and debris can hurt your eyes and face. The best protection is a full-face helmet with a built-in face shield.

# Be visible – Wear bright, reflective clothing. Add extra reflective material to it or wear a reflective vest. Likewise, buy a bright-coloured helmet and stick reflective tape to the back and sides. Always keep your headlight on. Ride in the lane position where other drivers can easily see you and you've got room to move. Avoid all other vehicles' blind spots.

Source : http://www.icbc.com/road_safety/motorcycle_safety.asp

7:44 PM by tawau · 1

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Bamboo Helmet




While it's no secret that bamboo makes for an excellent natural building tool, I've never seen anything quite like this Roof R06 helmet. Sure, I've seen bikes made from bamboo before, so why not protect your head with the stuff while riding it? OK, so this helmet is really for motorcycles, not bicycles. Being that most helmets are made from plastics and foams which are not really
environmentally friendly, it's nice to see something like this... plus I think it looks awesome. This is said to be a limited edition helmet, so if you want one, better act fast. I'd contact your nearest dealer to see if they can order one. Oh yeah, it passes the European E22/05 safety requirements for helmets, but no mention is made of whether or not it's DOT approved in the U.S. My guess is that the helmet is perfectly safe if it passes the E22/05 tests though.

[Source: Motorcycle News]

5:44 PM by tawau · 0

Saturday, November 8, 2008

HONDA DREAM SUPER SPORTS CR71


Motorcycle(Racer)
HONDA DREAM CR71 SUPER SPORTS


Based on the C71 street bike, this high-performance sports bike was developed for clubman racing. Only forty of these production racers were ever produced.

Engine Air-cooled 4-st. Twin OHC 2-Valve Gear Train
Displacement 247.33cc
Max Power over 24PSr / 8,800rpm
Max Speed 150km/h
Dry Weight 135kg
Transmission 4-Speed
Honda Collection Hall

7:00 PM by tawau · 0

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

AL Fatihah - Abdul Samad Mian (Malaysian Rock Guitarist)




KUALA LUMPUR: A guitarist with rock band Lefthanded, Abdul Samad Mian, died after collapsing at his brother's office in Ampang here, on Thursday. He w as 45.
Samad’s wife, Norliza Sumairi said he collapsed at 12.45pm and was pronounced dead on arrival at the Ampang Hospital.


Samad will be buried at the Hulu Langat Muslim Cemetery later on Thursday.

He is survived by his wife and four children aged between six and 18 years.

Born in Johor Baru, he was a part-time lecturer at the National Arts, Culture and Heritage Academy and was instrumental in Lefthanded winning the best rock album award at the Malaysian Music Industry Awards in 1995. Bernama

Source


12:42 AM by tawau · 1

Monday, November 3, 2008

Honda CUB F 1952




An engine of the type F became real Heath - more than six thousand motors were sold in the course of the month from the moment of its release. Reason for success - compact form; achieved due to two short exhaust pipes, which go out from the engine, and original hemispherical tank. An engine of the type F was easily fastened practically to all models of bike. For clear red drop-like



1:10 AM by tawau · 0

Friday, October 31, 2008

Honda 1947 TS D-Type 98cc




1947 TS D-Type 98cc. Early Honda's were Tohatsu engines fitted to bicycle frames. Honda was an assembler, not a manufacturer. Honda was a miniscule supplier of two-wheeled transport compared to it's competitors; Rukuo, Meguro, Suburu, Mitsubishi, Rocket, Miyata, Sanyo, Ito, Showa and an estimated 55 others.

8:16 PM by tawau · 1

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

HONDA Motorcycle - Vintage Honda CB750





Engine: Four cylinder, single overhead cam
Bore and Stroke: 61x63 mm
Compression Ratio: 9.0:1
Transmission: 5 speed
Weight: 499 lbs
Top Speed: 123.24 mph
Displacement: 736cc


ntresting Vintage Honda CB750 Motorcycle Facts:

The Honda CB750 is a motorcycle built in several model series between 1969 and 2003.

Introduced in 1969 the Honda CB750 was produced by the Honda company in Japan and sold in the US and Europe. Honda was previously know for producing smaller motorcycles, whcih had great reliability and value, and sales were good with their famous nice people ad series.

* The CB750 and Rocket 3/Trident sold well against each other up until 1971, with the CB750 trading on price and reliability, while the Rocket 3/Trident traded on its racing ability.
* As the price of the Honda fell and the extras features increased, the Trident failed to develop as quickly - the Honda was eventually outselling the British bikes by five to one in 1976, the last year of production of the Triumph Trident.
* The Honda CB750 was the second true modern Superbike behind the Triumph Trident (aka BSA Rocket 3) and only by one month.
* The Honda CB750 was the first semi-modern four cylinder machine from a mainstream manufacturer and the first production bike to use a disc brake.
* Other novel features included, an electric starter and an overhead camshaft.

Source:www.motosolvang.com

8:43 PM by tawau · 0

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Grand Prix motorcycle racing - (HRC)




Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) was formed in 1954. The company combines participation in motorcycle races throughout the world with the development of high potential racing machines. Its racing activities are an important source for the creation of leading edge technologies used in the development of Honda motorcycles. HRC also contributes to the advancement of motorcycle sports through a range of activities that include sales of production racing motorcycles, support for satellite teams, and rider education programs.

Soichiro Honda, being a race driver himself, could not stay out of international motorsport. In 1959 , Honda entered five motorcycles into the Isle of Man TT race, at that time the most prestigious motorcycle race in the world. While always having powerful engines, it took until 1961 for Honda to tune their chassis well enough to allow Mike Hailwood to claim their first Grand Prix victories in the 125 and 250 cc classes. Hailwood would later pick up their first senior TT wins in 1966 and 1967. Honda's race bikes were known for their 'sleek & stylish design' and exotic engine configurations, such as the 5 cylinder, 22,000 rpm, 125 cc bike and their 6 cylinder 250 cc and 380 cc bikes.
1979 saw Honda return to Grand Prix motorcycle racing with their exotic, monocoque-framed, four-stroke NR500. The NR500 featured elongated cylinders each with 8 valves and with connecting rods in pairs, in an attempt to comply with the FIM rules which limited engines to four cylinders. Honda engineered the elongated cylinders in an effort to provide the valve area of an 8 cylinder engine, hoping their four-stroke bike would be able to compete against the now dominant two-stroke racers. Unfortunately, it seemed Honda tried to accomplish too much at one time and the experiment failed. For the 1982 season, Honda debuted their first two stroke race bike, the NS500 and in 1983, Honda won their first 500 cc Grand Prix World Championship with Freddie Spencer. Since then, Honda has become a dominant marque in motorcycle Grand Prix.In motocross, Honda has claimed 24 motocross world championships

8:04 PM by tawau · 1

Monday, October 27, 2008

Sandakan Drag รถแข่งแด๊ก + Result STC Category Kancil Menjerit


Sandakan Drag War Category Kancil 3pcs Piston
No.1 Kuning Sandakan 12.39s

No.2 Putatan King 12.99s

No.3 Hitam Sandakan 13.33s

1:42 PM by tawau · 2

Sunday, October 26, 2008

31hb ogos 2008







2:09 PM by tawau · 2

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Honda Sells Its 60 Millionth




The venerable Honda Super Cub motorcycle is the best-selling vehicle in the history of internal combustion, and there are now more than 60 million of them on the road. That's an amazing figure that speaks to the strength of a 49 cc motorcycle Soichiro Honda designed 50 years ago, helping spur Japan's eventual rise to dominance in the motorcycle industry.

The Cub was a turning point in the history of motorcycles because it took them from the hands of The Wild Bunch the The Wild One and gave them to suburbanites with ads promising "You meet the nicest people on a Honda." It brought motorcycles into the mainstream, and made personal transportation affordable to people around the world. Sometime last month, Honda says, the 60 millionth Honda Super Cub rolled off an assembly line.



The Cub isn't very fast and it isn't very pretty, but it's everything you need in basic transportation - cheap, efficient and damn near indestructible. It'll take as much abuse as you can throw at it and, like Max Mosely, come back for more. You can even toss it off a building and it'll start right up.


Honda_cub_02 Two-stroke motors were the dominant engine when Honda introduced its innovative four-stroke Cub in 1958. The step-through design, big tires and clutch-free operation made it a snap to ride. Honda's steadily improved the mechanicals - the Cub got fuel injection not long ago - and offered models with bigger displacement under different names, but the look hasn't changed much over the years. It still gets better than 150 mpg.

Cubs are workhorses, and it's not uncommon to see them loaded with packages or people wending through traffic in cities throughout Asia. They're cheap to buy - about $1,400 US new - and you'll find them in 160 countries around the world. Honda's sold more Cubs than there are people in Italy, and and the best selling car in the world - the Toyota Tercel Corolla, at 35 million - doesn't even come close to the Cub's sales figures.

As great as the Cub is, you can't get new ones in America anymore. Honda quit selling them here in the 1980s, when the bike was called the Passport.

Now, watch as actor, moto-geek and Ewan McGregor wingman Charley Boorman sees just how much abuse a Cub will take.


Source: http://blog.wired.com/cars/

10:27 AM by tawau · 0

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Honda Motorcycles C70 Passport 1984





* Like the 1982 model with only a few exceptions
* Serial number began JH2DA0107ES300004 (E=1984)
* Engine type: OHC, four-stroke, single cylinder
* Displacement: 72cc
* Bore & Stroke: 47 x 41.4mm
* Compression Ratio: 8.8:1
* Carburetion: 14mm piston-valve type
* Ignition system: Flywheel magneto
* Starter: Electric and kick
* Transmission: Three-speed constant mesh
* Clutch: Wet multi-plate automatic clutch
* Brakes: Front and Rear Drum
* Front suspension: Bottom-link type
* Rear suspension: Swing arm
* Front tire: 2.25-17
* Rear tire: 2.50-17
* Wheels: wire spoke
* Drive: Fully-enclosed drive chain
* Accessories: Standard front basket and rear carrying rack
* Wheelbase: 1180mm (46.5 in.)
* Seat height: 760mm (29.9 in.)
* Fuel capacity: 4 liter (1.1 gal.)
* Dry weight: 82 kg (180.8 lb)
* Overall length: 1800mm (70.9 in.)
* Overall width: 660mm (26 in.)
* Fuel capacity: 4 liters (1.1 US Gal) (0.88 Imp. Gal.)
* Colors: Special Silveer Metallic; Shuttle Blue Metallic



8:22 PM by tawau · 0

Thursday, October 16, 2008

How to Maintanance Honda c70 c 90?


Introduction
This page runs through the basic maintenance of these bikes. Much of the maintenance process is the same for all the bikes, but there are a few areas which have to be considered separately, generally these are the carburettor, ignition and clutch. Maintenance procedures for all bikes is listed here and thus will cover even those models for which data is hard to come by. This page runs through the techniques of maintenance, for specification sheets see the relevant model page .
The first part of this page is the maintenance data for each model (where known), while the second part is the maintenance procedures themselves. This page is still under construction.


10:25 PM by tawau · 1

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Sandakan Drag Race 2008 Category Vtec




Mivec Vs supercharge

8:47 PM by tawau · 0

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Tawau Classic Bike Club & info Kelab Kereta, Drag Race


11:54 PM by tawau · 0

Saturday, October 11, 2008

The Amazing Honda Cub is fifty years old




A discovery documentary

2:01 PM by tawau · 1

Thursday, October 9, 2008

A near tragedy at Tawau motor race




Tawau: The two-day Third Tawau Motor Club Sports (TMCS) carnival at the old airport here was nearly marred by tragedy Sunday when one of the racing cars taking part skidded and crashed into a Civil Defence Corp (JPA3) ambulance.

Fortunately the 32-year-old driver and four female personnel on duty in the ambulance escaped without critical injury in the 11am incident, which resulted in cancellation of the subsequent last three races.


The driver, Ung Heng Wha, sustained broken ribs following the impact of the incident while the four others - Sapardiana Garto, Norhayati Kassim, Aishah Anjung and Halija Ali - aged between 24 and 40 sustained minor injuries.

Ung was said to have lost control of the wheel as his Toyota was reaching the finishing line and crashed into the ambulance parked on the right grassy side of the track.

An organising committee member, Mohd Iqbal Haji Khalid, believed Ung would have managed to regain control of the car if he had stepped on the brake, instead of continue to accelerate.

District Police Chief ACP Haji Idris Jikon ordered a halt to the remaining three other races but the closing ceremony for the other events proceeded because there were winners.

Rural Development Assistant Minister Datuk Tawfiq Abu Bakar Titingan officiated the closing ceremony. District Police Traffic and Public Order Chief DSP Teh Cheng San said they are still investigating into the crash.


http://www.dailyexpress.com.my/news.cfm?NewsID=44090

3:23 PM by tawau · 0

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Honda's First Dreams 1966 CA95


The Honda CA95 was the built on the same frame as the CB92, but was fitted with the larger 150cc engine and had sheet metal configured in what was to become identified as has the Honda Dream style. Of course, collectors of the very early, pre-export Hondas will recognize the Dream name from some of Hondas first machines, but to most of the world the Dream is synonymous with a dual seat, full valance fenders and an upright seating posture. The CA95 was a smooth riding quite and rather tame machine perfectly suited for trouble-free riding, dependability, and economy.





This Honda was purchased by Terry, has less than 500 miles on the clock and has a very interesting history.

This bike was one of 6 identical Honda 150’s that were purchased at a dealership in Birmingham Alabama in 1966. The 6 bikes were purchased by a group of Shriners who used them as part of a motorcycle drill team in parades and similar events. One can only imagine seeing 6 blue Hondas weaving in and out of a parade route piloted by Shriners wearing those cool hats with the tassels.

When we received the bike, it still had red, white and blue streamers hanging from the handlebars, and at least a dozen American flags attached along the center of the handlebars and at the top of the tail light bracket.

Yes, they did come from the factory with red seats. Every part on this bike is factory original (well perhaps not 100% since I seem to remember putting in a new rear inner tube sometime in the early 90s’).

1:13 PM by tawau · 0

Wednesday, October 1, 2008


9:14 PM by tawau · 0

Honda Motorcycles - A Five Decade Journey




By Staff Writer

Honda has grown to become a top manufacturer of motorcycles. Its history can be considered a journey through five decades of forward thinking and technological innovations.

Soichiro Honda's success parallels the classic rags-to-riches fable - the lone individual starting in a humble setting, battling odds and succeeding, through talent, ingenuity, and good fortune. In a nation noted for reserve, Mr. Honda was and is often direct, frequently exuberant, sometimes hilarious, and always confident. He preferred getting his hands greasy in the shop over shuffling papers in the office. He chose learning on the job over academic paper chases. Yet when he realized that there was a deficiency in his technical knowledge, he did not hesitate to enroll in a technical high school - at age 29. The year was 1935. The motivation: learn why he was having problems manufacturing piston rings.

Before his venture into piston rings, Honda was employed as a technician. Automobiles, rather than motorcycles, were his first love. He dreamed of racing. After completing eight years of schooling, he joined an auto repair shop at age 15. Two years later, he became a Harley owner and then an Indian rider.




He opened his own auto and motorcycle repair shop in 1928 while pursuing his hobby, building racing cars. That same year, he applied for his first patent, for casting automobile wheel spokes. He organized Tokai Seiki Company, Ltd. to experiment with manufacturing piston rings. After initial failures, he sought further education which enabled him to successfully produce piston rings for automobiles, motorcycles and airplanes.

In 1945, Honda sold his stock to Toyota and took a year off. His sabbatical included music-making and merriment. Refreshed, he launched Honda Technical Research Laboratory in October of 1946. His new venture added war surplus Tohatsu and Mikuni generator motors to bicycles to provide basic transportation for the war-torn nation.

In November 1947, the 1/2 horsepower A-Type Honda was being manufactured and sold as a complete motorbike. Because the motorbike gave off a lot of smoke and a stench of turpentine it was known as the "Chimney".

Soichiro Honda started Honda Motor Company in 1948, at the age of 41. Soon after, he hooked up with financial whiz Takeo Fujisawa and together they built an empire. Honda enlisted 13,000 bicycle shops in Japan as Honda dealers. This move, combined with a decently reliable product, catapulted the company forward.

In 1948, Honda introduced a 90cc version of the A-Type known as the "B-Type".

By 1949, Honda came out with the "D-Type". Mr. Honda was involved in every step of the two-stroke D-Type Dream's design and manufacture. This was Honda's first motorcycle. This was far from simply slotting a motor into a pushbike frame. Honda called his machine 'The Dream', because his dream of building a complete, motorcycle had come true. Soichiro Honda was an engineer and was always looking to produce better and more sophisticated machines.

Honda had another dream and it turned out to be the 146cc, OHV, four-stroke E-Type Dream. A powerful machine producing 5 1/2bhp capable of 50mph. It had a steel frame and proper suspension front and rear. By October 1951, the new Dream was in production at the rate of 130 units per day. Sales success allowed Honda to focus vigorously on two key ingredients: quality and design.

In 1952, Honda produced the first "Cub" F-Type, a 1/2 horsepower, 50cc, two-stroke engine that was produced in huge numbers. You could get one to fit to your pushbike or buy the complete red and white Honda "Auto Bai". Less than a year after its introduction, production was 6500 units per month, at that time it was 70% of Japan's powered two-wheeler market.

Sales continued to boom, but the end of Korean War in 1953 triggered an economic depression in Japan that almost ruined Honda. The company survived, bolstered by the sale of Cub clip-on motors that were attached to bicycles. Healthy again, Honda produced the 90cc, four-stroke single, a motorcycle of even greater sophistication. This was known as the Benly; in Japanese this means "convenience". The J-Type Benly had a three-speed gearbox, produced 3.8bhp, a pressed steel frame, rear suspension with the engine and swinging arm on a sprung pivot, and telescopic front suspension. Before long, they were selling at a rate of 1000 units a month.

In 1954, a 200cc scooter, the Juno, was introduced to capture some of the sales from the Vespa scooter copies that were being built in Japan. Honda produced different versions of the Dream and Benly motorcycles over the next few years incorporating different size engines (up to 350cc) and other refinements.

In September 1957, Honda introduced their first twin-cylinder motorcycle, the sophisticated 250cc OHC four-stroke C70 Dream. It was the forerunner of Honda's high-performance 125 and 250cc twins.

In early 1958, Honda fitted an electric starter to the 250cc Dream and named it the C71 and, in 1959, the latest Benly an incredibly sophisticated 125cc OHC four-stroke twin, capable of 70mph was introduced as the C92.

In July 1958, Honda introduced in Japan what became the world's most successful motor cycle, the C100 Super Cub.

The Super Cub was developed over three years to be a cheap and practical motorcycle that literally anyone could use. It used a 50cc four-stroke OHV motor and centrifugal clutch with three-speed transmission. It was so easy to operate that even new riders could ride it as easily as a pushbike. Its innovative frame without a crossbar made it popular with the ladies and set a new trend in commuter motorcycling. The word "scooterette" was coined to describe this step-through style motorbike which sold in 50, 70 and 90cc versions.

By 1959, Honda was the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world, producing 500,000 units a year. This success turned Honda's focus to another dream…the American Dream.

Honda Motor Company wanted to expand internationally. They figured there was a world-wide market for light, economical, fun-to-ride motorcycles. The surveys suggested Europe and Southeast Asia while downplaying the United States as a potential market. The reasons: annual sales of only 60,000 units and a negative motorcycling image.

Honda management eventually ignored the surveys. One reason: Honda's model line of 50cc to 300cc models would not compete directly with the large-displacement models preferred by the U.S. market. Mr. Fujisawa championed another reason: the world's consumer economy focused on the U.S. acceptance in the American market would offer a base for world acceptance.

Kihachiro Kawashima was selected as Executive Vice President and General Manager of American Honda Motor Company. Joined by seven employees, he opened a shop in a small storefront office on Pico Boulevard in Los Angeles. Its operating capital: $250,000. The date: June 4, 1959. The market: consumers wanting small, light, easy to handle and maintain two-wheeled vehicles.






American Honda's first model line included the C100 Super Cub, CB92 Benly Super Sport 125, CA95 Benly Touring 150, CA71 Dream Touring 250, CE71 Dream Sport 250, and C76 Dream Touring 300.

The C100 Super Cub was the first Honda motorcycle sold in the U.S., eventually becoming the world's best-selling vehicle (30 million to date). As proof that the original concept and design was perfect is the fact that today's C50, C70 and C90s have only detail changes to set them apart from the machines of 25 years ago.

That same year, 1959, Honda introduced the 250cc C72 Dream in Amsterdam. This was the first Japanese bike to be officially shown in Europe. It surprised the crowd with its unusual pressed steel frame, swing arm and front leading link forks, sophisticated OHC all aluminum engine, electric starter and indicators.

In the UK, learners had just been restricted to motorcycles of this size and wanted the fastest bikes they could legally ride. The Honda's were the fastest 250s around, and the C72 with its improvements like 12-volt electric's and wet sump lubrication, successor of the C71, was capable of 80mph and could still get 66 miles per gallon.

The CB92 retained the pressed-steel frame and leading link forks while the CB72 received a tubular style frame and telescopic front suspension.

Back in Japan, Honda opened the world's largest motorcycle manufacturing plant in Suzuka. Here, American dealerships rose to 74 by the end of 1960.





In 1961, two years after Honda started selling Super Cubs; Honda stunned the racing world with "Mike the Bike" Hailwood's twin victories at the Isle of Man. It was the first of an unprecedented string of victories that was only the beginning of Honda's racing tradition.

From the beginning, Mr. Honda dedicated his company to racing, racking up over 100 major motorcycle championships around the world. What was learned from building high-performance racing machines later led to the development of groundbreaking production motorcycles.

The classic CB72 and CB77 helped fuel interest in riding, got America on two wheels, and established Honda as a serious player. The Hawk name has appeared on Honda models CB72, CB77, CB400T, NT650, VTR1000F, and the 1998 VTR1000F. These models, offering surprising performance for their displacement, helped escalate the dealership count to over 400 by year's end.

Endurance performance on the continent helped bury the specter of alleged poor quality assigned to Japanese manufacturing in general. In 1962, three Honda 50cc motorcycles survived a week-long 24-hour-per-day Maudes Trophy endurance test in England, covering almost 16,000 miles. Honda received the first manufacturer's award in a decade and held the trophy for 11 years.

By this time, they controlled 65% of the Japanese motorcycle market. But America still presented a challenge - fighting the poor image of motorcycling in the U.S. The solution: renew efforts to replace that negative image with a new positive image that would allow creating a new motorcycle market.

The new image materialized - with an advertising campaign that would reshape the perception and marketing of motorcycles in the United States. This move would also establish Honda as the leader of industry direction. The concept: You meet the nicest people on a Honda.

The new image was presented in a new way - with general interest magazine advertising. The goal: acquaint the nation with Honda products, present motorcycles as socially-acceptable vehicles, and introduce the concept of motorcycling, Honda and fun in the minds of millions who never previously considered the subject.

The strategy worked, opening the door to motorcycling freedom for millions of Americans. Honda's small, affordable, easy-to-ride and easy-to-live-with machines provided transportation and excitement.

Several features made Honda's products attractive to the sport's newcomers and old-timers alike, eager for a product, even a lifestyle, previously not available. Compared to what was available at the time:

Hondas were clean. They did not leak oil - or fling it, because fully enclosed drive chains were featured on many early models. They were economical. They were durable and dependable. Control cables lasted years rather than weeks. Electrical systems did not mysteriously quit. They were simple and easy to maintain.

Though Honda's new imports lacked the traditional "look" of the popular British motorcycles, their finish and performance sparked growing ranks of admirers. And the new styling began to grow on enthusiasts.

With many of the new Hondas, performance took on a new meaning, one not necessarily related to power alone. The small displacement step-throughs provided basic transportation for a young generation hungry for freedom. The trail models gave fisherman, hunters, campers and explorers an affordable and reliable means of backwoods/off-road transportation that provided fun and excitement as a bonus. As the model line increased, so did customer acceptance.

The C77 a 305cc version of the Dream and the CB77, a Super Sports motorcycle producing 28.5bhp were introduced in 1963. Imports were up to 150,000 motorcycles as American Honda moved to its current headquarters in Gardena, California. In four years, the original staff of eight had grown to 150.

In 1964, the C95 a 154cc version of the Benly and a 161cc version of the CB160 were also offered. The Hondells recorded "Little Honda" in 1964. Honda entered the American pop culture as the subject of this hit song. American Honda decided to spend half its annual advertising budget in one day. One night really, the 1964 Academy Awards telecast. Two 90-second commercials cost $350,000 - and triggered millions in sales - as well as national recognition. As its dealers' showrooms handled the jump in traffic, America Honda fielded requests from Coca-Cola, DuPont, RCA, Pepsi-Cola, Westinghouse, and others for promotional tie-ins.

Following through on its commitment to motorcycling in America, American Honda acted as the catalyst in the formation of the Motorcycle Industry Council. American Honda also initiated formation of the Motorcycle Safety Council, providing 50% of the funding. Further safety efforts included working with many state motor vehicle departments and distribution of the safety promotion film, The Invisible Circle.

Expanding community involvement included donating motorcycles for youth education purposes. A juvenile delinquency-prevention program with the YMCA, initiated in Southern California, escalated into the National Youth Program Using Mini-Bikes (NYPUM) that provided mini-bikes for youths. Overall, American Honda has donated over 15,000 mini-bikes as well as thousands of other motorcycles for rider education. In 1988, the company opened a Rider Education Center in Colton, California, the first of its kind.

By the end of 1964, as a result of its leadership in image direction, marketing and education, American Honda had 62% of the U.S. market, just five years after opening its doors.

In 1965, Honda, always eager for a new market, jumped into the big leagues with their first big, fast production motorcycle, the innovative 43bhp CB450 twin. This was a double overhead-camshaft machine with torsion bar valve springs that would do a genuine 104mph, a machine to challenge the 500cc-plus bikes.

Despite its performance, sales of the CB450 worldwide were poor. A number of engineering changes were made. In 1967, a five-speed gearbox was added.

New product development continued, stimulated by expanded international racing. A year later, in Motorcycle Grand Prix road racing, Honda established an industry first - sweeping all five manufacturers' solo road racing world titles. That race-developed technology in motorcycles would soon appear in consumer products. In 1967, Honda had their first big off-road win in the "first" Baja 1000.

But then, American Honda faced a sizable economic hurdle…its first since the early days. A year long slump saw sales drop from 20,000 to 13,000 units per month. The company decided to update its models. Shipments were suspended and inventory was restyled as the factory developed new products. In 1968, Honda stopped production of the CB72 and CB77 and produced a new line of high performance SOHC twins with five-speed gearboxes, called the CB250 and CB350, with the CB350 able to hit 106mph. This response saw sales return in the spring of 1968 - the same year Honda commemorated the cumulative sale of 10 million units world-wide.

Sales were further stimulated by the 1968 introduction of the Z50A MiniTrail 50. This model, which still lives today as the Z50R, introduced more youngsters to motorcycling than any other single model ever manufactured. Z50 model sales in excess of 450,000 units rank it as American Honda's all-time best-selling model.

At the Tokyo Show of 1968, Honda, after months of tantalizing rumor, unveiled a landmark achievement that would change the motorcycling world forever. A 750cc bike with four cylinders and a disc brake that was so fast and powerful a new word, "superbike", was coined to describe it. The CB750F Four was the biggest bike out of Japan, proving that a high-performance motorcycle could also be very reliable.





In April 1969, American Honda introduced two more all-time top-selling models. For many, the appearance of the CB750 Four signifies the emergence of the modern motorcycle era. The Four boasted a front disc brake and a 67 horsepower engine. The SOHC model went on to sell more than 400,000 units, making it the second best seller to date. CT70 Trail 70 sales of more than 380,000 units rank it third on the all-time list. The SL350 Motosport also debuted.

The CT70 was Honda's biggest seller for a single year, with nearly 100,000 CT70s sold in 1970 alone.

Around the mid '70s, Honda produced a two-stroke moped known as the Amigo. It was cheaper to manufacture than the four-stroke bikes and started a whole new generation of lightweight Honda two-stroke mopeds.

After years of winning in Europe, Honda's CB750-based race bike won there first big event in the U.S., serving notice that Honda was going to be a dominant force on tracks all across America.

A 750 Honda motorcycle won the 1970 Daytona 200. By year's end, 58 dealers had generated less than 6,000 sales.

In April 1971, Honda introduced the 500cc four and in 1974, it was replaced by a 550cc version.

In the 1970s, 250 and 350cc motorcycles were constantly being modified to keep pace with the other manufacturers and fashions. Both were given disc brakes and the 350s were eventually upgraded to 360cc,

In April 1972, the CB350F was introduced, a beautiful 350cc SOHC Four. Expanding its commitment to the American market, Honda formed Honda International Trading (HIT). This company exports American products to Japan.

In 1970, Honda entered the off-road market with the two-stroke motocross bike, the Elsinore. And later in 1973 with trail versions, known as the MT125 and MT250.

Late in 1970, Honda introduced a "semi-serious", four-stroke trail bike, the SL125 four-stroke single in Japan, and followed with the more serious SL250 in 1972. The SL250 had long travel suspension, lots of ground clearance and performed well both on and off road.

Both Mr. Honda and Mr. Fujisawa retired in 1973, 25 years after formation of the Honda Motor Company. Mr. Kiyoshi Kawashima was named the new president of Honda Motor Company.

1973 was also the year that Honda entered into motocross with a revolutionary two-stroke, winning right from the start. Honda's been a dominant force ever since, winning more than 70 titles.

That same year saw the introduction of several significant model concepts: the XR75 off-road mini, the ATC70 mini, and Honda's first two-stroke in 20 years, the CR250M Elsinore motocrosser. Motorcycle sales peaked at an all-time high of 700,000 units in 1973.

Honda adopted an official model year policy with the introduction of the 1974 line. Four more XL’s appeared, along with the CB200 and three additional two-strokes, the CR125 and MT125 and MT250 dual-purpose models.

Up to now, off-road bikes were just modified street bikes. The XR75 was Honda's first XR, a true off-road motorcycle right off the production line.

In 1975, Honda again dared to think big, creating the first long-distance touring machine, the GL1000 Gold Wing, a sophisticated, water-cooled, flat four; along with their first off-road-only enduro model, the MR175. In the process, Honda did not just create a new motorcycle; they created a whole new touring culture. Here was a touring bike that set the standards of comfort and sophistication. It had a shaft-drive, disc brakes and to keep the weight low, a 4.8-gallon gas tank under the seat.

Also, the original CB400F introduced the world to cafe-bike styling on a modern production machine. Its graceful four-into-one exhaust made it an instant classic, and while it looks mild today, in its time, it was a radical departure from the standard models.

In 1976, yet another technical innovation from Honda, the CB750A was the first modern motorcycle with an automatic transmission.

In 1977, Honda announced the completely new and re-styled CR250 and CR400 twins with three-valve per cylinder heads to replace the aging 250 and 400 twins.

Also that year Honda pushed the envelope not only in motorcycle design, but also in alternative product concepts, like the three-wheel scooter and the one-man dune buggy.

On October 11th, 1977, Honda publicly signaled its increasing commitment to American enterprise and community involvement. The company became the first Japanese motorcycle manufacturer to move a portion of the process to the United States. A new corporation, Honda of America Manufacturing, would assemble and manufacture products in America at a facility to be built in Marysville, Ohio.

Six months later, on April 3, 1978, ground was broken for a 220,000 square foot facility costing about $35 million. Its capacity: 60,000 units per year. The plant became operational in September of the following year.

New products for 1978 included the first Honda two-stroke moped (PA50), the first CR25OR works-type motocross model, the first motorcycle counterbalancer and three-valve head (in the CB400T), the first V-twin motorcycle, the CX500, and the first hi-tech dual-purpose machine, the XL250S, which featured a 23-inch front wheel and dual exhaust pipes.

1979 brings in the first full-scale Japanese motor-vehicle production facility on U.S. soil.

Also that year, the CBX, powered by an incredible 1047cc, 6-cylinder engine, harks back to Hailwood's RC166 that won the Isle of Man. The new line also included the first full-sized four-stroke enduros, the XR185, XR250 and XR500, and Honda's first custom model, the CX500C Custom Honda's NR500 race bike debuted in 1979. Oval pistons eventually found their way into production in Honda's exotic NR750.

A larger GLl100 Gold Wing headed the 1980 model list. The Interstate was the industry's first full dress touring bike.

The Ohio manufacturing plants demonstrated Honda's commitment to America while serving as a model for blending eastern and western business philosophies. The Honda management style emphasizes recognition of all employees as "associates" while stressing teamwork rather than a potentially tense management vs. labor coexistence.

The first Pro-Link, liquid-cooled motocrossers appeared in 1981. The XR models also featured the Pro-Link suspension.

That same year, Team Honda gave America a first in world team motocross. The Honda Race Team swept both the Motocross and Trophee des Nations events. Team Honda repeated the sweep the following year, initiating a victory string that remains unbroken to date by multiple-manufacturer teams that have included Honda MX star Rick Johnson.

Two industry firsts appeared in the 1982 model line. The first modern V-Four engines appeared in the VF750S Sabre and VF750C Magna. The first production use of turbocharging with fuel injection specifically designed for a twin-cylinder motorcycle appeared in the CX500 Turbo.

Tetsuo Chino became the new president of American Honda in 1983. Expanding its American manufacturing commitment, Honda established Honda Power Equipment Manufacturing, Inc., based in North Carolina. Perhaps the biggest single leap in the sportbike industry, the Interceptor instantly elevated the level of both technology and performance available in a production motorcycle.

Honda's first "traditional" V-twin custom motorcycle, the Shadow combined modern features like liquid cooling and shaft drive with a classic look and style, and helped build the modern custom market for Honda. Unlike other customs, this one was built for performance, reigning as the most awesome production motorcycle of its day. Together with the Interceptor, the Magna showed the explosion of technology from Honda.

Honda made riding scooters cool, creating edgy advertising with hip celebrities like Grace Jones. This marketing blitz paid off and scooter sales soared. In 1984, riding the wave of demand for scooters created by Honda, the Spree became the best-selling scooter of all time.

Honda Research of America was established in September 1984. This think tank was created specifically to develop new products for the American market and to keep Honda on the cutting edge.

In 1985, Unbelievably, Spencer won Grand Prix World Championship titles in both the 250 and 500cc classes in the same year. This feat had never been done before, and has not been done since.

In 1987, with the introduction of the Hurricane, Honda began an 11-year domination of the 600 Supersport class, with five championships on the track, and dozens of enthusiast-press best-bike awards.

Yoshihide Munekuni became American Honda's president in 1988. Honda's first flat six, and largest displacement motorcycle to date, the GL1500 Gold Wing, was included in the 1988 model selection that also featured the NT650 Hawk GT and three NX models to replace XL dual-sports motorcycles.

In 1989, Soichiro Honda was inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame (USA) in October 1989. The "Old Man," as he was affectionately known, received worldwide recognition for his enormous accomplishments and contributions.

In 1996, by combining a hot-rod Gold Wing engine in a custom chassis, Honda again defied conventional limitations, and the Valkyrie clearly established itself as the ultimate power cruiser.

In 1997, using a surprisingly stock GL1500 motorcycle engine, Kenny Lyon broke a land-speed class record. He hit 232.4 miles per hour at the Bonneville Salt Flats aboard his 33-inch-high, 24-foot-long bullet-shaped bike.

Then there was the first production of aluminum-framed MX bikes. Once again, Honda pushed the technological envelope.

Honda's success in the global marketplace relies on its commitment to continued investment in America's future. That has been their philosophy since they first started U.S. operations in 1959. It is what they believe in. It is what the customers expect, and it is why they will continue to grow in America.

8:45 PM by tawau · 7

Friday, September 26, 2008

Honda C70 The best


Honda C70
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Honda C70The Honda C70 is a 4-stroke 50cc OHC street motorcycle manufactured by Honda between 1970 and 1984. The C70 was the elder brother of Cub C50, with more power, same cheap economical ride and reliability. It was introduced in USA, Canada, Asia and Vietnam in 1970, first models were called C70 but in 1980 C70 Passport was introduced.

It had a 72cc air-cooled single overhead cam engine, an automatic 3-speed gearbox, enough horse power to pull this motorcycle to a top speed of 50 mph (80 km/h). First models had 6 v electrics, in 1982 12v electrics and CDI ignition were introduced to further improve the performance of the engine. 1983 model had a full enclosed drive chain for less maintenance.

12:50 PM by tawau · 2

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Pengenalan Kelab Motorsikal Klasik Tawau


Tawau Classic Bike Club

Sukacita dimaklumkan, Tawau Classic Bike Club atau selepas ini disebut sebagai TCBC, telah ditubuhkan pada tahun awal tahun 2008 kini telah sebuah kelab yang berkembang maju untuk di Jabatan Pendaftaran Pertubuhan Malaysia untuk melaksanakan
aktiviti-aktivitinya yang berorientasikan kepada aktiviti sukan, rekreasi dan permotoran secara sah disisi Undang-Undang Malaysia

7:03 PM by tawau · 0

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Minit Mesyuarat


Tarikh
13 April 2008 (Ahad)
Masa
3:15 petang
Tempat
Raya Motor Jln Sin san, 91007 tawau sabah

Kehadiran
Herman bin Kasman, Mohd karim Hj. Masi, aslan Amiruddin, Daud, Edi, Anto,
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Ucapan Pengerusi Penubuhan
Herman bin Kasman selaku pengerusi penubuhan telah mengucapkan terima kasih kepada semua yang hadir mesyuarat penubuhan. Beliau menerangkan matlamat mengadakan mesyuarat ini adalah untuk menubuhkan TCBC.

Meluluskan Nama dan Alamat Pertubuhan
Mesyuarat telah membincangkan tentang nama pertubuhan dan bersetuju dengan sebulat suara dengan nama TCBC (Tawau Classic Bike Club) atau dalam Bahasa Malaysia sebagai (Kelab motorsikal klasik Tawau). Alamat urusan rasmi adalah di Peti surat .

Perlembagaan Pertubuhan
Mesyuarat telah membincangkan draf perlembagaan pertubuhan dan dengan sedikit pindaan, perlembagaan telah diluluskan oleh semua ahli yang hadir.

Jawatankuasa


Penasihat
Mesyuarat memutuskan untuk melantik Dato Taufiq sebagai Penasihat TCBC.

Mendaftar Pertubuhan
Majlis bersetuju untuk mendaftarkan pertubuhan ini dengan Pendaftar Pertubuhan. Tugas bagi pendaftaran ini diserahkan kepada Setiausaha aslan Amiruddin untuk menguruskannya.
Mesyuarat Tamat
Mesyuarat ditamatkan pada pukul 4:45 petang.

1:13 PM by tawau · 0

Selamat Hari Raya Tawau



Farock (bukan Nama Sebenar) ingin mengucapkan selemat berpuasa & Sempena Hari Raya Aidifitri, sesuai utk kita semua bermaaf-maafan sesama sendiri.

Di sini saya ingin mengambil kesempatan ampun maaf zahir dan batin kepada SEMUA sioloon crew, sekiranya sebelum ini ada post gila2 yg menyakitkan hati dan membuat sesiapa terasa. sesungguhnya saya juga insan yang sering terleka dgn SEX ROCK BEER.

Semoga semuanya selamat dunia akhirat.
UNTUK mereka yg berada Jauh di perantauN!! KLu rindukan Kg HAlaman!! tak perlu ambil dadah! tak perlu tarik rokok panjang2!! tapi ajak LAH KAWAN2 ke rumah utk HEAD BANGERS!!. bAGI YANG MEREKA NAK PULANG KE KAMPUNG bERHATI-HATI DI JALAN rAya ( jangan lupa sedia duit kecil utk bagi duit raya)

semoga kedatangan Syawal yang mulia ini akan menjadi satu detik pengukuhan ukhwah di alam MAYA!! khususnya di Tawau Sabah
- Anjungkan 3 jari anda keatas!! untuk tanda sokong anda pada sabahan RIDERS TCBC ahahah.. dari gue -Ilmuhi**m AlamMaya

3:26 AM by tawau · 0

Monday, September 22, 2008

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Mari kita banteras dan hapuskan IBLIS PENGKHIANAT ini dari muka bumi.

MODUS OPERANDI

IBLIS ini membuat tawaran barangan murah di ebay.com.my dan lelong.com.my. Dengan tawaran harga murah ramai yang terpedaya. IBLIS ini mengaku barang murah sebab underwater (kastam rampas). Selepas berbalas email (supremacy222@gmail.com) dan sms, IBLIS ini siap bagi nombor akaun cimb (14180076165521) dan nombor ic sekali (620421-08-5055).

Selepas bayaran dibuat, maka si IBLIS LAKNAT ini terus offkan handphone (017-2789823). Kita tunggulah barang bagai nak gila.

Saya adalah pengunjung setia di ebay.com.my selama bertahun-tahun dan banyak jugak barang yang saya beli di sana, tapi semuanya ok. Tiba kat si IBLIS ni terus sangkut. Saya difahamkan IBLIS ini telah menipu ramai orang dengan kerugian beribu-ribu RM. Saya sendiri terkena RM seribu lebih. Sila baca kisah kerugian mangsa lain di:


http://jasmi-victims.blogspot.com/


Pihak berkuasa tolong TANGKAP IBLIS ini dan hadapkan ke muka pengadilan. Sudah beberapa report dibuat. Jangan buat kami hilang kepercayaan.

TOLONG KAMI BANTU KAMI….HAPUSKAN IBLIS SI PENIPU BESAR INI


http://jasmi-victims.blogspot.com/


Sila sebarkan maklumat kepada rakan-rakan anda atau selitkan ke dalam blog anda.

Kepada JASMI & MOHD ISA....sila serah diri sebelum ko mamposss




http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/503569/+20


http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/616954/+20


Name : Jasmi Bin Shahruddin
I/C :620421-08-5055
email:supremacy222@gmail.com
CIMB A/C :14180076165521


A-1-7
Menara CT 1
Jalan Munshi Abdullah
50100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel No : 26931847

Name: En. Mat
E-mail: jualaku4u@gmail.com

For the bank references:
Name: Mohd Isa Bin Ismail
A/c: CIMB BANK 1408-1254-9905-21
IC No: 651013-10-7165


new victim of the conman,


http://forums.ebay.com.my/thread.jspa?thre...0001009&start=0


by kharash07 from ebay
New liar member name: salesfromdownunder
email: salesforspeed@gmail.com

dipetik dari:

http://jasmi-victims.blogspot.com/

11:06 AM by tawau · 0

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Barang Enak! Barang Baru





BArang enak! barang baru Made in indonesia!!

6:49 PM by tawau · 0

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Pengharaman Topi keledar separuh atau Helmet kura-kura.


KUALA LUMPUR: Topi keledar separuh atau lebih popular dengan panggilan helmet kura-kura yang sinonim dengan golongan Mat Rempit tetap menjadi pilihan kebanyakan pembonceng motosikal walaupun menyedari ia tidak dapat menjamin keselamatan bahagian kepala sekiranya terbabit dalam nahas jalan raya.

Difahamkan, menjadi trend dan gaya terkini pembonceng motosikal terutama golongan muda memakai topi keledar berkenaan manakala orang dewasa pula menggunakannya kerana sifatnya yang ringan.

Pelajar, yang hanya ingin dikenali sebagai Ahmad, 23, berkata topi keledar berkenaan lebih ringan dan selesa dipakai ketika menunggang motosikal.

“Mungkin disebabkan ciri-cirinya yang kecil dan ringan membuatkan saya lebih selesa,” katanya ketika ditemui di sini, semalam.

Menurutnya, helmet kura-kura yang dipakainya itu lebih murah jika dibandingkan topi keledar yang lain dan biarpun memakai topi keledar apa sekalipun ia tidak menjamin keselamatan.

Seorang guru, Shauki Ariffin, 35, berkata dia gemar memakai topi keledar separuh kerana lebih ringan berbanding topi keledar yang lain.

“Saya tahu ia tidak diluluskan Sirim Berhad (Sirim), tetapi kenapa pihak berkuasa benarkan topi itu dijual.

“Saya yakin selagi topi keledar itu berada di pasaran ia tetap akan menjadi pilihan pengguna,” katanya.

Shauki berkata, sekiranya topi itu tidak diluluskan kenapa kebenaran menjualnya diberikan kepada pihak kilang dan pengeluar.

Tinjauan Harian Metro di beberapa premis yang menjual topi keledar separuh itu mendapati ia menjadi pilihan golongan muda terutamanya Mat Rempit dan hanya segelintir orang dewasa yang memilih menggunakan topi keledar itu.

Malah, topi keledar berkenaan hanya dijual sekitar RM25 hingga RM28 menyebabkan ia menjadi pilihan golongan muda.

Bagaimanapun, terdapat juga pelbagai jenis topi keledar separuh yang dijual dengan harga yang mahal mencecah ratusan ringgit berdasarkan jenis dan trend terkini.

Sementara itu, Menteri Pengangkutan Datuk Ong Tee Keat, berkata penjualan topi keledar kura-kura mungkin diharamkan kerana tidak menjamin keselamatan penunggang dan pembonceng motosikal.

“Ramai penunggang masih tidak sedar mengenai wujudnya penguatkuasaan larangan memakai topi keledar berkenaan.

“Penunggang perlu peka tentang larangan tersebut dan berhenti membeli serta menggunakan topi keledar berkenaan walaupun ia ada dijual di pasaran.

“Kita sedang usahakan rundingan dan penyelarasan dengan agensi yang terlibat mengenai penjualannya,” katanya selepas menyaksikan majlis menandatangani memorandum persefahaman (MoU) Kempen Kemalangan Sifar antara Jabatan Keselamatan Jalan Raya dan Plus Expressway Berhad (Plus) di sini, baru-baru ini.

Menurutnya, dari Januari hingga Julai tahun ini jumlah kematian akibat kemalangan jalan raya meningkat tujuh peratus iaitu 3,814 kes berbanding 3,564 kes pada tempoh yang sama tahun lepas.

Sumber: Harian Metro, 26 Ogos 2008.

12:47 AM by tawau · 0

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Tawau






gambar motorsikal TCBC yg di edit oleh kakiCandid Photographer

12:36 AM by tawau · 0

Friday, September 5, 2008

Jaga Motorsikal dari hilang




Tips Penjagaan  Motor dari di curi
,

kejadian kecurian motor masih tidak dapat di bendung oleh pihak yang BERTANGGUNG JAWAB. Jenayah ini sudah menjadi PROFESSION yang menguntungkan bagi sesetangah pihak. jadi di sini ada beberapa tips untuk mengelakkan diri dari mimpi BURUK HILANG MOTORSIKAL.


1. Jangan Simpan Kunci Di Suiz
- Elakkanlah dari simpan kunci di Suiz motor walaupun seketika. kerana ia akan mengudang si tangan panjang mengguakan motor untuk selamanya.


2. Pasang Azimat.
- PAsang la beberapa AZIMAT pada motorsikal seperti suiz pemutus arus elektrik dari bateri ke enjin, dan pastikan azimat tu anya kita sorang jak yang tau. paling mantap klu azimat tu tleah di Jampi serapah!


3. Parking or No Parking. Jangan letakkan motorsikal di kawasan yang ada papantanda NO PARKING!. Ini akan menunjukkan kebodohan anda pada pihak berkuasa. Parking lah motor anda di tempat yang public, atau Umum, ini bertujuan daripada motor di kerjakan dengan mudah oleh di penabak motor. kalau mau mantap parkinglah motor berhampiran dengan balai polis.


 4. Pasang Mannga/ Lock / gembok.

PAsang mangga yang bersesuaian mengikut motor. sebaiknya pilih yang besar dan jarang di gunakan. alah membeli menang memakai

9:54 PM by tawau · 0

Ini Baru Minyak



artikel nie saya dapat dr satu discussion forum website yg antaranya fames di m’sia…tgh2 tensen nie,baca celoteh diorg nie best gak…hahahaha..kukuikukui..pak lah o pak lah…


daripada owner thread:

-sebenarnya bnyk kesan negatif bler harga minyak naik nie..semua xnak harga die naik..aku pon xnak..sbb pasni semua brg akan naik harga… tp,cuba korang pikirkan kesan positif disebalik kenaikkan harga mnyak nie..hehe… jap,aku bukan org pak lah..saja utk mengembangkan idea dan sembang2…
di sini adalah antara kebaikkan2 yg akan berlaku bila harga minyak naik:



mat rempit akan x aktif
mat rempit tukar jd mat beskal..
polis2 akan tukar moto jd beskal sbb nak save duit krjaan..mat rempit pon nek beskal gak..
kereta semua kat malaysia sama standard jer..xder yg tukar enjin,xder yg tukar exzos,tmbh turbo sbb takut makan mnyk..semua mcm mula2 dapat dr kedai..hehe
wujud lebih bnyk keluarga bahagia..bapa2 kedai kopi malas nak p kedai kopi da..xder duit nak isi tangki mnyk motor,harga kopi nek,,so bek lepak umah jer..
kos penghantaran pizza delivery akan nek..org da xmakan pizza,makan pisang jer..bek utk kesihatan
satu ambulan leh bwk 2,3 pesakit..jimat minyak..sekali angkut 2,3 org..
polis akan pakai kete kancil jer..kalau ade kete baru pon tambah viva jer..
perodua viva,savvy,kancil,myvi akan conquer highway malaysia..
kedai beskal(lerun,bmx)bukak lg bnyk cwgn..
modenas akan mengeluarkan basikal dgn nama KRISSKAL
beca jd fames..same taraf dgn limo di klia.
F1 akan merosot..semua team xnak join..boikot..ferrari,mc laren semua join lumba beskal lak
pencemaran udara makin berkurang..tp percemaran bahasa akan bertambah sbb rakyat sbuk caci maki krjn..haha..pdn muka… sape suh pangkah xxxx..
isteri2 susah nak dapat nafkah batin bler suami yg keje jauh..biase balik seminggu sekali,tp da jd 2 bulan sekali..


tue jer dr aku… so,if korg rase ade lg reason2 yg best atau hikmah2 yg leh dimuatkan,jom share.releasekan tension nie…
aku pon mental gak nie… … ..hehehe…

geng2 forum reply:

ooo yeker… ..ni aku lak komen aku… .berdasarkan kesan positif yg kau listed down tuh
1. mat rempit akan buat part time ragut beg org coz nk beli myk mtor
2. takkan dorang sanggup jual kapcai dorang tuh
3. buat aper dorang nak bpeluh kayuh beskal… .dorg dlm tugas guna duit kjaan, dorang kisah aper… .gaji dorang tetap dpt

4. apa plak, keta mewah kroni2, konco2, tauke2 cina tetap akan megah di jln raya..takkan nak hntar kat used car kot

5. bukan stkt piza hut, mlhn roti high5, gardenia, etc akn naik jugak kos delivery nyer ke kdai2 di seluruh mesia… .kita mkn ubi kayu yg tnm blkg umah dah la… ..

6. beskal anak yg darjah satu pun dorang rembat kalu dah namanya hantu kdai kopi… .

7. tak terhad pd ambulan, boleh aplikasi pd keta jenazah jugak…

8. huhu… polis nek kancil jer?huhu..sesilap perompak yg kjar polis..

9. kalu family besar, saiz bdn masing2 pun besar, mampat viva, kancil etc tuh… .

10. ok gak nek beskal g kjer, kalu duk serdang g kjer putrajaya, kol 5 pg dah start kayuh… .

11. lagi sedap kaluLAGENDAkal instead of krissKAL, sebab aku rs xsampai seminggu nek beskal g kjer, tukar nek keta balik… ye la, sampai2 opis dah tengik coz peluh mngayuh… .kira beskal tu jd lagenda jer la…

12. beca?sesilap hari bulan kn byar tol gak… .x balik modal beb… .

13. lorh… ..dorang bukan org mesia pun… ..xjadi kudis buta lgsung kat dorang minyak kita naik hrga

14. POINT NO 14 NI AKU SETUJU (aku pun ada caci kjaan harinih)

15. ek eleh, laki tu psang lagi satu la… .kat area dier kjer… larat ker thn thn 2 bulan?

8:19 PM by tawau · 0

Friday, July 25, 2008

kelab motorsikal Tawau


Tawau motorcycle CLub

6:20 PM by tawau · 0

Friday, July 4, 2008

About Logo Kelab Tawau Classic bike






aaa

1:51 AM by tawau · 1

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Perlumbaan Kejuaraan Daerah Grass TRACK 2008 Jemputan Sebatik Otomatif Club (Indonesia)


From Tawau motorsports carnival (TAWAU DRAG) ke motorcross race
_____________________________________

Adalah dengan segala hormat di maklumkan, TCBC telah menerima surat tawaran no ruj: (11/PP/SOC/pengda-imi/sbt/vi/2008) akan menyertai pertandingan Motocross pada hari dan tempat yang telah di tetapkan.

Tarikh : 27-29 Jun 2008 .
Tempat : Sirkuit PT Rezky Utama Sebatik Sungai Bajau
Desa Tanjung Karang. Indonesia

02. Sehubungan dengan itu. Tawau Classic Bike Club Akan menghantar 7 buah motorsikal dengan 15 orang crew.untuk mengiktu pertandinagn ini. Oleh itu Pihak Kami sangat,sangat berharap agar pihak tuan dapat memberi PELEPASAN bagi melancarkan penyertaan kami dalamm pertandingan ini... BLA.. BLA..


......... SUNTINGAN dari surat gue... copy paste.. jer
sk MPT,IPD tawau, Belia dan sukanz,tawau,,

susah juga mau mengurus.. aktiviti2 sihat sebegini YA... NAk minta Sign nan President MPT pun kena tunggu 1 week.. huh,,, blom lg.. temasuk... signan awekzz.. gue... ntuk Cop Kluar.... mau-mau makan 2 bulan juga.. bru seatle...

4:12 PM by tawau · 0

Monday, June 16, 2008

tawau drag race may 2008


10:16 AM by tawau · 0

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Jalan Jalan di Jalan Persisiran Tawau
















jalan jalan di jalan persisiran tawau

4:37 PM by tawau · 0

Saturday, June 7, 2008

gambir Tawau BikeShow 2008

































jumpa di TAwau drag may 2008
Welcome 2 da CluB!!

9:26 PM by tawau · 0

Tawau BikeShow 2008


eVENT - Tawau BikeShow 2008, Sempena Konsert Jelajah Sabah.
DATE - 17 MAC 2008 / SABTU (8am-5pm)
LOCATION - Perkarangan Dewan Masyarakat Tawau.
ORGANISED BY - JANTAN GARAJ & TAWAU SCOOT CLAN.



2 motor kelab klasik telah memperagakan diri.. dengan jaya nya.
apakan daya.. kita tersalah ekut anjuran.. so x dpt merangkul apa-apa..
huh.. Namun kepuasaan dalam apa jua aktiviti permotoran tetap tersmartzzz..
syabaz.. 4 en karim n en daud.. hidup Klasik!! hidup Klasik Tawau

5:37 PM by tawau · 1

Monday, June 2, 2008

SEJARAH PENUBUHAN TAWAU CLASSIC BIKE



Penubuhan Kelab ini secara tidak rasmi ialah pada hujung tahun 2007 dengan nama Kelab Honda classic diterajui oleh En Herman bin Kasman. Pada awal penubuhannya ia hanya di sasarkan kepada pemilik motor Honda berkelajuan 50 cc ke bawah. Namun di atas kurangnya pemilik motorsikal yang mahu menghidupkan kembali motorsikal mereka, dan permintaan yang tinggi dari pemilik Honda c70. kelab ini telah membuka keahliannya kepada semua pemilik motor yang berpikiran terbuka dan ingin memajukan, mengubah suai motor yang berusia 25 tahun ke bawah. Sehubungan dengan itu, Kelab Honda Klasik menukarkan nama kepada Tawau Clasic Bike Club. Hasil gabungan ahli lama dan baru, Mohd karim Hj. Masi membuat Keputusan untuk mendaftar Kelab ini dan telah dibincangkan dalam mesyuarat yang diadakan pada 13 April 2008 di Kompleks Wakaf jam 5.00 petang dengan perlantikan barisan Jawatankuasa seperti berikut :-

6:25 PM by tawau · 2

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Tawau Classic Bike


Sukacita dimaklumkan, Tawau Classic Bike Club atau selepas ini disebut sebagai TCBC, telah ditubuhkan pada tahun awal tahun 2008 kini telah sebuah kelab yang berkembang maju untuk di Jabatan Pendaftaran Pertubuhan Malaysia untuk melaksanakan aktiviti-aktivitinya yang berorientasikan kepada aktiviti sukan, rekreasi dan permotoran secara sah disisi Undang-Undang Malaysia

4:29 PM by tawau · 0

FxxK Yahudi