Friday, July 31, 2009

Famous Beauty Actress Emma Watson Join New Models Agencies

Harry Potter star Emma Watson says although she loves modelling and fashion, the idea of launching her own clothing line or perfume 'makes her want to vomit'.

Beauty ActressThe fashion-conscious actress - who is the new face of Burberry's Autumn/Winter 2009 campaign - has no intention of launching her own label, claiming the whole idea is "ridiculous".

She said: "I'm really not interested in doing it for my own ego. I'm not a designer. It's gotten so ridiculous. The idea of making my own perfume makes me want to vomit."

The 'Harry Potter' star added she would only consider sketching her own designs if the proceeds from sales went to charity.

She explained: "If someone asked me to do something that was beneficial to a cause, then maybe I'd consider it, but not just to be able to say 'Look at me! I've got my own line!' "

However, the 19-year-old beauty - who has worked on several high-profile photoshoots since joining a models agencies two years ago - was thrilled to be offered the Burberry campaign by the fashion house's creative director Christopher Bailey.

She told WWD: "We just really hit it off. I was really excited. I've done a bit of modelling over the past year, so I'd had practice.

"But I really don't want fashion to overshadow my career - that's my worst nightmare. First and foremost, I'm an actress."

The 'Harry Potter' actress first signed to work with a modelling agency two years ago because she was worried about becoming typecast after appearing in the popular wizard film franchise.

She said: "Fashion's great because you're able to recreate yourself whenever you want. Daniel Radcliffe had time to go away and do 'Equus' on Broadway and break out of 'Harry Potter' a bit and I was always studying. So my way of getting casting directors to look at me in a slightly different way was modelling."

fashion galleriesThe 19-year-old actress loves wearing bright clothes because she spends so much time in a wet and gloomy climate.

She said: "I'm a real Londoner when it comes to fashion. We often have grey weather and I think it encourages a very grey and eclectic fashion sense. You mix and match stuff a lot.

"I mix high-street stuff with high-end fashion and vintage. My mum also has a great sense of style, so I learn a lot from her."
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Emma is preparing to move to America to study, but insists she won't be confirming to fashion beauty ideals Stateside.

She added to Britain's Grazia magazine: "You have to be super-skinny in Hollywood. I don't aspire to be super-skinny, it's not pretty. It's not inspirational at all to me."

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Source: stuff.co.nz

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

WALLPAPER 2010 Kawasaki KX250F and KX450F

WALLPAPER  2010 Kawasaki KX250F and KX450F, specification




Sure seems like there’s a lot in common with the 450F, and the price hike is no different. If this is the bike for you, the 2010 model rings in at $6999 - an extra 500 bucks over the ’09. Keep your fingers crossed for some First Rides on the KX450F and KX250F in August and September.

2010 Kawasaki KX250F Specs:

Engine: 4-stroke Single with DOHC and four valves
Displacement: 249cc
Bore x stroke: 77.0 x 53.6mm
Cooling: Liquid
Carburetion: Keihin FCR37 and hot start circuit
Compression ratio: 13.2:1
Ignition: Digital CDI with K-TRIC throttle position sensor
Transmission: Five-speed with wet multi-disc manual clutch
Final drive: Chain
Frame: Aluminum perimeter
Rake / trail: 27.4 degrees / 4.7 in.
Front suspension / wheel travel: 47mm inverted Showa twin-chamber telescopic fork with 16-way compression and rebound damping / 12.4 in.
Rear suspension / wheel travel: UNI-TRAK® linkage system and Showa shock with 13-way low-speed and stepless high-speed compression damping, 17-way rebound damping and fully adjustable spring preload / 12.2 in.
Front tire: 80/100-21
Rear tire: 100/90-19
Front brake: Single semi-floating 250mm petal disc with dual piston caliper
Rear brake: Single 240mm petal disc with single-piston caliper
Overall length: 85.4 in.
Overall width: 32.3 in.
Overall height: 50.0 in.
Wheelbase: 57.9 in.
Ground clearance: 13.4 in.
Seat height: 37.6 in.
Curb weight: 231.4 lbs. claimed
Fuel capacity: 2.1 Gal.
Color: Lime Green
MSRP: $6999

2010 Kawasaki KX85
As the sole remaining updated 2-stroke in Kawasaki's dirt bike lineup, the KX85 is holding on with some new graphics and black wheels.
2010 Kawasaki KX85
Kawasaki’s only updated 2-stroke motocross bike is unchanged for 2010 except for some aesthetic cues. Yes, you read correctly – no KX65 or KX100 will be produced this year, however, they have not been dropped entirely from the lineup. Kawi, along with the rest of the motorcycle world, still hasn’t introduced a super-mini-class 4-stroke to combat Honda’s CRF150R.

Some new graphics and black rims freshen things up and apparently are worth an extra $550 (MSRP $3849), but otherwise the KX85 is the same machine as in 2009.

2010 Kawasaki KX85 Specs:

Engine: 2-stroke single with KIPS®
Displacement: 84cc
Bore x stroke: 48.5 x 45.8mm
Cooling: Liquid
Carburetion: Keihin PWK28
Induction: Crankcase reed valve
Compression ratio: 10.0:1 (low speed) – 9.2:1 (high speed)
Ignition: Digital CDI
Transmission: Six-speed
Final drive: Chain
Frame: High-tensile steel perimeter design with subframe member
Rake / trail: 27 degrees / 3.5 in.
Front suspension / wheel travel: 36mm inverted telescopic cartridge fork with 18-way compression damping / 10.8 in.
Rear suspension / wheel travel: UNI-TRAK® single-shock system with 4-way compression and 16-way rebound damping, plus adjustable spring preload / 10.8 in.
Front tire: 70/100x17
Rear tire: 90/100x14
Front brake / rear brake: Hydraulic disc / Disc
Overall length: 71.7 in.
Overall width: 28.9 in.
Overall height: 41.5 in.
Ground clearance: 13.4 in.
Seat height: 33.1 in.
Curb weight: 152.1 lbs. claimed
Fuel capacity: 1.5 gal.
Wheelbase: 49.4 in.
Color: Lime Green/Ebony
MSRP: $3849

2009 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 Monster Energy





2009 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 Monster Energy



Ultimate Ninja® Superbike Adds Ominous Looks to Its Repertoire

For riders looking to shock and awe their rivals, the sinister looking special edition Kawasaki Ninja® ZX™-14 Monster Energy® is the sportbike of choice. Dressed in all black, it promises a cranked-up heart rate for anyone with a pulse, thanks to the black bodywork, frame and pinstriped wheels, highlighted by an aggressive Monster Energy graphics package.

The Monster Energy ZX-14 is a testament to effective engineering. Its engine and exhaust system permit it to comply with strict Euro-III emissions and tightening noise regulations. However, the ZX-14’s low-end torque, mid-range surge and its legendary Ninja peak power place it at the top of the sportbike food chain.

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this is wallpaper Kawasaki Versys, 2009 Kawasaki Versys U.S. Overview

Kawasaki announced the availability of the Versys in the U.S. market for 2008. "The new 2008 Kawasaki Versys is a machine which occupies a hard to define sweet spot in the motorcycling universe. Is it a practical commuter? Long-legged urban assault vehicle? Sportbike? Light Tourer?

The answer on all counts is a resounding Yes! This isn’t a niche specialist but rather a jack-of-all-trades with user-friendly versatility as one of its many charms.

The 649cc parallel twin and the neutral handling and light steering chassis of the Ninja 650R sportbike made the perfect starting point for this comfortable gridlock commando. A swoopy gull-wing swingarm, long-travel inverted 41mm fork, six-spoke Superbike-inspired wheels, adjustable-height windscreen and a comfortable cockpit were combined to create a motorcycle that just begs to be ridden wherever the pavement might lead."
Kawasaki Versys Features

* Aggressive styling
* Powerful parallel-twin engine



* Compact size and weight
* Long-travel suspension
* Comfortable cockpit



Monday, July 27, 2009

DoVicioso ¡arriesgó y le salio bien!.Gana la carrera de Moto Gp en Donington Park 2009


Jorge Lorenzo por los suelos en Donington


Colin Edwards contentisimo con su podio de Donington


Valentino Rossi en Donington Park 2009


Jorge Lorenzo por los suelos en Donington


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Aoyama gana en Donington y amplia su liderato en el Mundial


Jorge Lorenzo en Donington Park 2009


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Sunday, July 26, 2009

Andrea Dovizioso Took First Victory at Donington

Honda Repsol team rider Andrea Dovizioso claimed his first victory in his MotoGP career in a remarkable British GP at Donington circuit. Dovizioso took the race lead after championship leader Valentino Rossi slid off from first spot, before remounting to finish in fifth. However Rossi still extended his points lead because his nearest title rival, Jorge Lorenzo failed to finish and Casey Stoner came home in 14th place following a bad tyre gamble.

Monster Yamaha Tech 3 rider Colin Edwards came second with Honda LCR's Randy de Puniet third, and Edwards' teammate James Toseland in a career-best equalling sixth place.

Andrea Dovizioso 2009 British GP Winner
Andrea Dovizioso 2009 British GP Winner
Andrea Dovizioso 2009 British GP Winner

Saturday, July 25, 2009

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Rossi's Fantastic Final Lap Saves Pole at Donington

Yamaha's Valentino Rossi made a fantastic lap in the final of MotoGP qualifying session to save pole position for Sunday's FIM MotoGP World Championship round at Donington Park. Reigning champion and series leader Rossi was lingering in fifth position until the last three minutes when he put his Fiat Yamaha in first with a lap of one minute 28.116 seconds.

Valentino Rossi's teammate and nearest title challenger Jorge Lorenzo was on third with Honda's Dani Pedrosa on second. Ducati's Casey Stoner, who has won the last two races at Donington, was fourth with Britain's James Toseland ninth on his Tech 3 Yamaha.

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Valentino Rossi British MotoGP

Friday, July 24, 2009

Valentino Rossi siempre se muestra "cauteloso" con sus rivales,pero en pista es otra cosa.


Dani Pedrosa esta recuperado,y consigue otro podio en Sachsenring


Valentino Rossi en Sachsenring,consigue una impresionante pole en mojado y gana la carrera en seco.


Marco Simoncelli Pole y victoria en Sachsenring


Jorge Lorenzo Sachsenring


Mamola y sus "mamoladas"


Valentino Rossi celebra su victoria en Sachsenring


Bautista y Aoyama impacto brutal


SBK Nieto correrá en Brno


Monday, July 20, 2009

Valantino Rossi Rules 2009 German MotoGP

Valentino Rossi managed to stay ahead of Jorge Lorenzo and won 2009 German MotoGP in a thrilling late battle at Sachsenring circuit. The Fiat Yamaha riders were only separated by less than one tenth through the finish line, while Dani Pedrosa and Casey Stoner, who also were in with a chance to win for most of the race ended up around three and ten seconds behind respectively.

The reigning champion Valentino Rossi made a fine start from pole position to keep the lead at the first corner, followed by Pedrosa, which made another super start from eighth on the grid, and Randy de Puniet, who crashed his LCR Honda a few corners later. Stoner took the lead from Rossi on lap seven, two laps after having overtaken Pedrosa for second, but he was not able to open up a gap on Rossi and was passed back by the Italian ten laps later, with Lorenzo also overtaking Stoner on lap 18.

With five laps of the 30-lap race left, the first corner saw Lorenzo taking the lead from Rossi and Pedrosa passing Stoner for third, after which the Australian gave up and was not a factor for the win anymore, while Pedrosa managed to keep the gap around one second for a while longer. Rossi managed to out-brake Lorenzo at the beginning of the penultimate lap, and despite a few attempts by the Spaniard to take the lead back, there was nothing he could with Rossi defending the line on the last lap.

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