Issue: 19660701

Friday, July 1, 1966
July
7
True
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Monday, July 21, 2014
12/10/2014 8:32:51 PM

Articles
cover
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1,3
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0001.xml
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GUZZI
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GUZZI
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0002.xml
tableOfContents
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0003.xml
masthead
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MASTHEAD
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0004.xml
article
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3,4,8,10,12
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ROUND UP
TEAM CYCLE WORLD DEPARTS
50TH YEAR FOR BMW
MOTORCYCLIST REIGNS IN SPAIN
DOCTORS AGAINST CYCLES
COLORED LEATHERS IN ENGLAND
TRIUMPH PHOTO CONTEST
YAMAHA SPONSORS GURNEY AT INDY
MEETING OF THE MINDS
WISCONSIN TRADE ASSOCIATION FORMS
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FOR ME, THIS MONTH marks an important stage in the short, but successful history of CYCLE WORLD; I am stepping down from the Editor's job and converting my designation around here to Publisher & Editorial Director. Starting with this issue, Ivan Wagar takes over the reins as Editor of CYCLE WORLD. My new position does not mean that I am divorcing myself editorially from the magazine; rather, I will now have time to work at the large, overall picture.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0005.xml
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4
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Vilem B. Haan, Inc.: Bell Helmets
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Vilem B. Haan, Inc.
Bell Helmets
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0006.xml
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5
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Norton
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Norton
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0007.xml
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6,7
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Advertisements
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Benelli
250cc BARRACUDA
Benelli
50cc FIREBALL
Benelli
125cc COBRA
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0008.xml
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8
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Reya1 Enfield
750cc CUSTOM INTERCEPTOR
Reya1 Enfield
750cc G.T. INTERCEPTOR
Reya1 Enfield
750cc T.T. INTERCEPTOR
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0009.xml
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9
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SLEEPER EOUIPMENI
TUNED EXHAUST
SLEEPER EOUIPMENI
COMPETITION TUNED EXHAUST
SLEEPER EOUIPMENI
X·C SILENCER
SLEEPER EOUIPMENI
MALLORY COILS
SLEEPER EOUIPMENI
HIGH COMPRESSION HEADS
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0010.xml
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10
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U.S.MARUSHO CORP
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U.S.MARUSHO CORP
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0011.xml
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11
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LESCO
RIDING GGLOVES
LESCO
BUBBLE GOGGLES
LESCO
BELL HELMETS
LESCO
CRAVEN TRAVEL BAGS
LESCO
TABLOC SPROCKETS
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0012.xml
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12
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Pike’s Peak
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Pike’s Peak
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0013.xml
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13
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GILERA PACIFIC MOTOR CORPORATION: Gilera 124cc Super Sport
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GILERA PACIFIC MOTOR CORPORATION
Gilera 124cc Super Sport
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0014.xml
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14
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honda
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0015.xml
article
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14,16
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[TECHNICALITIES]
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GORDON JENNINGS
HISTORICALLY, THE DESIGN TREND in reciprocating, internal-combustion engines has been toward the short-stroke/ large-bore layout. Today, with bore/ stroke ratios for most recently-designed engines near 1 : 1, it is often assumed that we are seeing the trend at its leveling-off point; that things may change in other areas, but that in terms of bore and stroke, engines will remain roughly "square."
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0016.xml
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15
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GILERA
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GILERA
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0017.xml
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16
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JAWA: JAWA-CZ
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JAWA
JAWA-CZ
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0018.xml
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17
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MOTORCYCLE SUPPLIES DIVISION CEMOTO EAST IMPORTING COMPANY: FULL-BORE
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MOTORCYCLE SUPPLIES DIVISION CEMOTO EAST IMPORTING COMPANY
FULL-BORE
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0019.xml
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18
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GO POWER COPERATION
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GO POWER COPERATION
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0020.xml
article
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18,20,22,92
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THE SCENE
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IVAN J. WAGAR
AT THE AGE OF SEVEN I was mad at my father for almost a year, because he would not take me to a motorcycle race twenty-five miles from my hometown in Napanee, Ontario, Canada. All the stars were there, even Ed Kretz. My hero was a garage owner, who had an old WWI bi-plane, rode a motorcycle, and walked with a great swagger.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0021.xml
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19
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BULTACO: 250cc SCRAMBLER
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BULTACO
250cc SCRAMBLER
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0022.xml
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20
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WEBCO INC.
Airguide motorcycle tachometer
WEBCO INC.
Honda 450 megaphones
WEBCO INC.
Two stage air cleaner elements
WEBCO INC.
Alloy oil tanks for BSA and Triumph
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0023.xml
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21
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BRIDGESTONE
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BRIDGESTONE
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0024.xml
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22
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JUDSON
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JUDSON
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0025.xml
article
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23,26,28
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THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT
A REAL TURKEY
BUT WHICH IS RIGHT?
USE DISCRETION
MORE OHCs
RIGHT APPROACH
SPACE FRAME
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JOHN DUNN.
Due to the tremendous volume of Service Dept. mail, we are unable to reply to individual letters. We shall continue to answer as many as space permits in this column. I am in the armed forces stationed near Istanbul, Turkey, and have just recently taken delivery of a 1965 Honda Super Hawk, which I ordered direct from the factory.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0026.xml
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0027.xml
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24,25
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SOLO SUZUKI: X6 HUSTLER
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SOLO SUZUKI
X6 HUSTLER
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0028.xml
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26
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TRIUMPH
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TRIUMPH
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0029.xml
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27
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0030.xml
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BROWN MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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BROWN MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0031.xml
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29
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PABATCO: HODAKA
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PABATCO
HODAKA
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0032.xml
article
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30,32,36,38,40,42
LETTERS
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LETTERS
NOW, THERE IS A FAN
MAKES SENSE
HOW ABOUT NEXT YEAR?
TWO-WHEELERS AFLOAT
AHH-SO
BEHIND THE TIMES
DISAPPOINTED
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Come on CYCLE WORLD! You’re slipping! Only three pictures of Joe Park-hurst in the May issue, though I must admit that the cover shot (in color yet) staggers the imagination. That massive forehead, indicative of vast intelligence and God-like judgment, the nose of a Caesar, a mouth which clearly shows the qualities of tenderness and compassion, tempered with humor, and that chin — incredible.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0033.xml
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30
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MOTORCYCLE PARTS ACCESSORIES
HODAKA
MOTORCYCLE PARTS ACCESSORIES
HIGH RISE HANDLE BARS
MOTORCYCLE PARTS ACCESSORIES
HODAKA SPROCKET CARRIER
MOTORCYCLE PARTS ACCESSORIES
RACING EXPANSION CHAMBER
MOTORCYCLE PARTS ACCESSORIES
PASSENGER FOOT REST
MOTORCYCLE PARTS ACCESSORIES
BUDDY SEAT
MOTORCYCLE PARTS ACCESSORIES
PABATCO
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0034.xml
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31
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CIMATTI
S-50
CIMATTI
C-50
CIMATTI
c-100
CIMATTI
C-150
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0035.xml
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32
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Advertisement: KLG
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KLG
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0036.xml
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ZIPPEROO ENTERPRISES
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ZIPPEROO ENTERPRISES
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0037.xml
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33,34
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BRIDGESTONE: CYCLE WORLD RECORDS
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BRIDGESTONE
CYCLE WORLD RECORDS
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0038.xml
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0039.xml
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BUCO
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BUCO
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0040.xml
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0041.xml
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Royal Enfield
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Royal Enfield
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0042.xml
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VESCONY, INC.: Vespa
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VESCONY, INC.
Vespa
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0043.xml
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON: ZODIAC
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON
ZODIAC
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0044.xml
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McHAL ENTERPRISES
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McHAL ENTERPRISES
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0045.xml
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39
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BSA
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BSA
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0046.xml
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40
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GRAY INTERNATIONAL, INC.: MAICO
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GRAY INTERNATIONAL, INC.
MAICO
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0047.xml
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41
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Advertisement: ZIP.SEAT
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ZIP.SEAT
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0048.xml
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42
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0049.xml
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Airguide
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Airguide
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0050.xml
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43
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Advertisements
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HR
R-l Model
HR
ALSO, SIX OTHER H.A.
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0051.xml
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0052.xml
article
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44,46,48
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ARE THE YANKS COMING?
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DAVID HAGEN
RARE IS THE AMERICAN motorcyclist who doesn’t know something about European “Grand Prix” racing. Year after year, accounts of these races are read with enthusiasm. To almost everyone who follows the sport, the magic words, “Isle of Man,” mean the greatest road racing in the world.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0053.xml
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45
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KAWASAKI: 650cc
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KAWASAKI
650cc
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0054.xml
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46
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Advertisements
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BSA
FREEWAY THOROUGHBRED
BSA
COMPETITION BRED
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0055.xml
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47
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YAMAHA
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YAMAHA
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0056.xml
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48
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SEIJO TRADING OF CALIFORNIA, INC.: IRC & NITTO TIRES
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SEIJO TRADING OF CALIFORNIA, INC.
IRC & NITTO TIRES
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0057.xml
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49
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MONTESA MOTORS, INC.: SPANISH SPITFIRE
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MONTESA MOTORS, INC.
SPANISH SPITFIRE
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0058.xml
article
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50,51,52,53,54,55,56,57
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MOTORCYCLE SHOW
3RD ANNUAL CYCLE WORLD
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JOE PARKHURST
BY FAR THE LARGEST MOTORCYCLE SHOW in the United States (and fast becoming one of the largest in the world) opened its doors to more than 95,000 people in the handsome Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, and closed four days later, a resounding success.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0059.xml
review
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58,59,60,61
CYCLE WORLD ROAD TEST
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YAMAHA YM-I 305
One-third Liter Roadburner
YAMAHA
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YAMAHA
YM-I 305
$ 699.00
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YAMAHA started out in the music business in 1887, which will explain the crest used on their motorcycles — three tuning forks. Although the company has spread to the international two-wheel trade, happily we can report that they are still making music with their 305cc road machine.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0060.xml
review
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62
ROAD IMPRESSIONS
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HONDA CM-91
A New Version of an Old Favorite
HONDA
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HONDA
CM-91
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To SAY THAT THE HONDA CUB is the most popular motorcycle in the world is more than true. This little "sissy" bike with the full fenders, "step-through" frame and splash shields, is the model you "meet the nicest people on." It is a terrific little piece of transportation for the city streets, if the streets aren't too crowded with fast moving traffic.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0061.xml
article
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63,64,65,66
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HERE'S WHAT'S HAPPENING
TACH
BATTERY
AMPS
HEAD TEMP
SPECIFICATIONS
RAC TACHOMETER
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RAC Custom Electronic Instruments for riders who want their bikes to wear the best. Hey, you swingers, soloists, nice people, and all the rest of you who have discovered the two-wheeled world get the most out of your bikes by knowing what's happening as you ride.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0062.xml
article
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67,96
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HOW TO BREAK A RECORD
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GORDON MENZIE
ONE OF THE MORE FASCINATING runs in contemporary motorcycling — comparable to Hannibal crossing the Alps or to the Pan-American Road Race — is the 1,000-mile trek down the Baja Peninsula from Tijuana to La Paz. Pavement disappears fast, once past Ensenada and, were it not for the fact that gas stations get a bit scarce, the stretch would be a dirt rider’s dream (if one doesn’t mind rocks, mud, chuck-holes and other sundry distractions).
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0063.xml
review
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68,69,70,71
CYCLE WORLD ROAD TEST
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WHITE TORNADO 250 SCRAMBLER
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WHITE TORNADO
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WHITE TORNADO
250 SCRAMBLER
$745
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THE LATEST WHITE MOTOCROSS RACER is unusual in several respects, not the least of which is the name. CYCLE WORLD rode this machine when it was in the prototype category. And now, more than a year later, it is back as a full production scrambler for sale to the general public.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0064.xml
article
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72,73,74
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RULES OF THE ROAD
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PETER E. SUTHEIM
THE INFORMATION in the accompanying chart was compiled from replies to questionnaires sent to motor vehicle, highway or other appropriate departments in each of the 50 states and Washington, D.C. A few of the states didn't reply, even to second and third requests, but most were cooperative.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0065.xml
article
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75,124
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SPANISH GRAND PRIX
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CARLO PERELLI
In the absence of a United States GP, the road racing world championship series was opened with the Spanish again this year. However, it featured only the 50, 125 and 250 classes, the traditional sidecar class having been excluded. As usual, the event was held on the partially re-surfaced and widened Montjuich Park Circuit in Barcelona, which is extremely difficult, twisting and winding, up and down through the trees, along a course that is only 2.36 miles in length.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0066.xml
article
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76,77
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EXTREMELY ENDURO
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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN a research and development company is told to take one of Japan's hottest new 250cc road twins and turn it into a workable cross-country machine? The result is a lesson in thoroughness. Converting a motorcycle for enduro involves more than two knobby tires and new handlebars.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0067.xml
article
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78,79
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SWSS MOTOCROSS GRAND PRIX
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GAVIN TRIPPE
NOW THAT THE Motocross Championships have gotten under way with the Swiss round, we have some idea of who is riding and on what machinery. At Payerne the list was headed by current World Champion, Jeff Smith on his new factory "Titanium" BSA. This is the latest phase in the factory's racing policy following the Daytona Triumphs, and they are reputed to have spent $60,000 on these new motocross mounts.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0068.xml
article
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80,81,82,90
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INCREDIBLE JOURNEY
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HARRY SAVAGE
ALMOST EVERYONE has an ambition to accomplish something worthwhile in life that will serve as a monument to his memory for posterity. Peter Dillabough, a 48-year-old grandfather of eight from a small Canadian hamlet called Port Robinson, near scenic Niagara Falls, is no exception.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0069.xml
article
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83,84,85
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ZUNDAPP HISTORY
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R. L. PRICE
ZUNDER — UND APPARATEBAU – G.M.B.H., (Fuse and Apparatus Construction, Ltd.) was their original name, and it was World War I that gave them a start, producing shell fuses in conjunction with the Krupp family. Their director was Geheimrat Dr. e.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0070.xml
article
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86,87,88
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A CASE FOR ENGLISH TRIALS
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J. R. COMPTON
IT IS HARD TO UNDERSTAND why English Trials were not more popular in this country. Nothing offers more enjoyment and requires more skill, in combination with less expense, than competing in these events. The area requirements (always a problem when holding motorcycle events) are smaller than for any other form of competition, and almost all of the lighter-weight motorcycles are suitable for use "as is."
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0071.xml
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88
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Advertisements
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TABLOC SPROCKETS
YAMAHA
TABLOC SPROCKETS
SUZUKI
TABLOC SPROCKETS
HODAKA
TABLOC SPROCKETS
BRIDGESTONE
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0072.xml
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88
88
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Benelli
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Benelli
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0073.xml
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89
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OSSA
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OSSA
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0074.xml
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90
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MARTIN
[no value]
MARTIN
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0075.xml
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90
90
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
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SAMMY TANNER PRESENTS
SUN GLASSES
SAMMY TANNER PRESENTS
RIKEN
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0076.xml
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91
91
[no value]
[no value]
QUALITY ACCESSORIES INC.
[no value]
QUALITY ACCESSORIES INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0077.xml
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92
92
[no value]
[no value]
CIRCLE INDUSTRIES: SPROCKETS
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CIRCLE INDUSTRIES
SPROCKETS
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0078.xml
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92
92
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[no value]
N.B.C: DUCATI
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N.B.C
DUCATI
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0079.xml
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92
92
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisement: CYCLE NEWS
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[no value]
CYCLE NEWS
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0080.xml
advertisement
92
92
[no value]
[no value]
GHOST
[no value]
GHOST
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0081.xml
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93
93
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[no value]
ASC: ROYAL
[no value]
ASC
ROYAL
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0082.xml
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94
94
[no value]
[no value]
D-A LUBRICANT CO., INC.
[no value]
D-A LUBRICANT CO., INC.
[no value]
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[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0083.xml
article
94
94
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[no value]
BOOK REVIEW
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The High-Speed Two-Stroke Petrol Engine, by Phillip H. Smith, $12.00, from CYCLE WORLD BOOKS, BOX 20220, Long Beach, California 90812. DESPITE ITS sixty year period of development and its present-day outstanding popularity and virtual domination of motorcycling (except for the actual majority of machines, which comes from four stroke producing Honda, of course), the high-speed, two-stroke engine has never before been the subject of a really compre-hensive development and design survey.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0084.xml
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94
94
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Advertisements
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NICHOLS
PAULSON
NICHOLS
BUBBLE SHIELDS
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0085.xml
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95
95
[no value]
[no value]
BECK
[no value]
BECK
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0086.xml
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96
96
[no value]
[no value]
BSA
[no value]
BSA
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0087.xml
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96
96
[no value]
[no value]
BSA: HONDA
[no value]
BSA
HONDA
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0088.xml
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96
96
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0089.xml
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96
96
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[no value]
WIXOM BROS. CO.: RANGER MK III
[no value]
WIXOM BROS. CO.
RANGER MK III
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0090.xml
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97
97
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[no value]
GOOD YEAR
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GOOD YEAR
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[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0091.xml
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98
98
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[no value]
CYCLE WORLD BOOKS
[no value]
CYCLE WORLD BOOKS
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0092.xml
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99
99
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[no value]
BMW
[no value]
BMW
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0093.xml
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100
100
[no value]
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AVON: front
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AVON
front
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0094.xml
article
100
100,101,102,103,104,105
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ACROSS THE POND
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MIKE DUFF
BEGINNING MARCH 21, 1965, DAYTONA Beach, Florida initiated the first of a series of 13 races counting towards the World Championship. This meeting was my first ride since injuring a finger at the Japan Grand Prix in October, 1964. Phil Read and I were teammates again for Yamaha, and contrary to popular opinion, Daytona was the only race meeting where Phil and I had any orders.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0095.xml
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101
101
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AVON: rear
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AVON
rear
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0096.xml
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102
102
[no value]
[no value]
CROFT MANUFACTURING CO.
[no value]
CROFT MANUFACTURING CO.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0097.xml
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102
102
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ANAHEIM MOTORCYCLE: OSSA TELESCO
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ANAHEIM MOTORCYCLE
OSSA TELESCO
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0098.xml
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102
102
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[no value]
Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0099.xml
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102
102
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[no value]
Advertisements
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BELL HELMETS
Shorty
BELL HELMETS
500TX
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[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0100.xml
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103
103
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[no value]
PACIFICO
[no value]
PACIFICO
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0101.xml
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103
103
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[no value]
Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0102.xml
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103
103
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[no value]
HANK SLEGERS
[no value]
HANK SLEGERS
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0103.xml
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104
104
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[no value]
CHAMPION DELUXE SADDLEBAGS
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CHAMPION DELUXE SADDLEBAGS
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0104.xml
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104
104
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[no value]
RUPP MANUFACTURING INC.
[no value]
RUPP MANUFACTURING INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0105.xml
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104
104
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[no value]
HONDA
[no value]
HONDA
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0106.xml
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105
105
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[no value]
CALIFORNIA EQUIPMENT COMPANY
[no value]
CALIFORNIA EQUIPMENT COMPANY
[no value]
[no value]
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0107.xml
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105
105
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[no value]
KAUFMAN: UTILITY
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KAUFMAN
UTILITY
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[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0108.xml
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105
105
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[no value]
SPRAY`N LUBE
[no value]
SPRAY`N LUBE
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[no value]
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0109.xml
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106
106
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DE WAN MFG. CORPORATION
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DE WAN MFG. CORPORATION
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0110.xml
article
106
106,107,108,109
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RACING REVIEW
CONRAD WINS H&H NATIONAL
175-MILE NATIONAL
MARKEL AT LAWRENCEBERG
WELL DONE, CAL POLY!
EASTERN CIRCUIT REOPENS
THAT'S COOPERATION!
THE CHAMOIS 2770
PEAK TOUR COMING UP
"CAMPING” OUT INDOORS
RECORDS FALL AT MARLBORO
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The first attempt to stage the 1966 National Championship Hare and Hound was a real dud. It had been declared “no contest,” because of the dubious course marking that sent many a good rider off to limbo on California’s Mojave Desert. The second attempt a month later, hosted by the Hilltoppers Motorcycle Club of Signal Hill, came off without a hitch for the 305 competitors.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0111.xml
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107
107
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FRANCISCO RACING FUELS
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FRANCISCO RACING FUELS
[no value]
[no value]
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0112.xml
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107
107
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[no value]
Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0113.xml
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107
107
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WESTBERG MFG. CO.
[no value]
WESTBERG MFG. CO.
[no value]
[no value]
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0114.xml
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108
108
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TRIUMPH
[no value]
TRIUMPH
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0115.xml
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108
108
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MCHAL HELMETS
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MCHAL HELMETS
[no value]
[no value]
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0116.xml
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109
109
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HANK SLEGERS CO., INC.: BARBOUR SUITS
[no value]
HANK SLEGERS CO., INC.
BARBOUR SUITS
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0117.xml
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109
109
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Advertisements
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PARR OF ARIZONA
NEW PONCHO
PARR OF ARIZONA
BLACK LEATHER
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0118.xml
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110
110
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ADDZIP ADDITIVES: DAYTONA PROVEN
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ADDZIP ADDITIVES
DAYTONA PROVEN
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0119.xml
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110
110
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TRIUMPH: K·L·G
[no value]
TRIUMPH
K·L·G
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0120.xml
review
110
110,111,112,113
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NEW MODELS & PRODUCTS
WEBCO STOCKS GOODYEAR
RACING WITH STYLE
ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS
HONDA STROKER KITS
ANTI-THEFT ALARM
BUCO RACKS FOR HONDA
ALL-WEATHER GOODIES
ELECTRICAL WELDERS
GAS GAUGE FOR BIKES
NEW IMPROVED CYCLIFT
WEBCO
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WEBCO
STOCKS GOODYEAR
Webco Inc. has been appointed as a distributor for the complete line of Good-year motorcycle tires. These include all popular tread designs for both lightweight and larger machines. Drop a line to Webco Inc., 218 Main Street, Venice, Calif., for a complete listing of sizes and catalog numbers.
WEBCO
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For riders who are tired of showing up at the track in the same, old, one-color black leathers, meet after meet, Tony Llad multi-color racing leathers come in practically any color combination desired. One such set won Bill O’Brian a watch, for being the best-dressed racer at the 10-mile Charity Newsies at Columbus, Ohio last year. Llad, who signs off his correspondence with “Yours in leather,” makes some stylish leather outfits for the woman rider too. One model comes with the bell bottom legs so popular on women’s slacks these days. A complete rundown is available from Tony Llad Leathers, Dept. CW, 911 School Street, Chicago, I11. 60657.
WEBCO
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$33.50
New electronic instruments for motorcycles have been announced by Rite Autotronics Corporation of Los Angeles. Four different types, fully shock mounted. are available, including 1 to 12,000 rpm tachs; head temperature gauges; ammeters; and battery condition indicator. All RAC instruments have matching die-cast cases in chrome and black crackle finish. They are weather-proof and hooded to deflect rain. All have 2-inch, back-illuminated, easy-reading Lexan dials with steady, silicone-damped pointers. The solid-state electronic circuits require only simple electrical connections to the machine — no cables, linkages or complicated hook-ups are necessary. Tachometers to fit 1 and 2-cylinder, 2 or 4-cycle machines are priced at $33.50. Ammeters, $17.00; head-temperature gauges in 6 or 12-volt model, $20.00 complete; Bat-Chek gauge, $18.90. These instruments are available through authorized motorcycle dealers and distributors.
WEBCO
STROKER KITS
$34.95
Powroll Performance, Dept. CW, P.O. Box 926, Bend, Oregon 97701, makers of performance kits for Honda 50, 90, 150 and 160s, has just assembled a very descriptive brochure that tells the whole story. Powroll claims up to 75cc displacement by using their stroker kit on the Honda 50 and 55, up to 105cc on the Honda 90, 175cc on the Honda 150, and 190cc by using their kit on the Honda 160. Stroker kits do not use spacers; using a special process they claim to “shrink” the connecting rods, then increase the bore, thereby increasing total displacement. Finished stroker kits are ready to bolt on, no machining required. Powroll’s high compression “Big-Bore” kits include oversize pistons, rings, and reboring of cylinders. Their stroker kits include stroked crankshaft assembly, cylinder notched for rod clearance, piston skirt cut off to clear flywheels; prices are $34.95 for the 50 and 55 Hondas, and $43.95 for Honda 90. Combination kits of big bore and strokers list at $44.95 and $53.95 for the 50s, $67.95 and $70.95 for the 90s. Full details, including installation and prices can be had by writing.
WEBCO
ANTI-THEFT ALARM
$9.95
A new company, Robertson Enterprises, is making its debut with a product of great interest to riders who must leave their machines parked in public places. The gadget has the rather cumbersome name of the “Original Cycle Bike Alarm.” It is adaptable to any motorcycle with battery and horn and the makers say it may be installed easily (and out of sight). Elite Insurance Company has given this product its exclusive endorsement. Price is $9.95, with money back guarantee. Write to: The Original Cycle Bike Alarm, Dept. CW-7, Box 3163, North Hollywood, California.
WEBCO
RACKS FOR HONDA
Buco Products is introducing a new line of luggage racks designed to fit most Honda models. The company claims they are tested for durability and can be installed with simple tools. The racks have a seat rail for convenience and safety. A brochure describing the racks and other equipment is available from Buco. A dime enclosed will bring a 26-page full report on “Safety Helmet Research.” Write Buco Products, Dept. CW, Box 1062, Northland Station, Southfield, Michigan 48076.
WEBCO
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Butler and Smith, Inc., the BMW people, are promoting year-round motorcycling with its series of imported leather accessories. Several of these items will be familiar to those who have been in Europe in wintertime. They include leather handlebar-muffs (with or without sheepskin lining) that fit entirely over handlebar controls and serve the double function of keeping hands warm and control cable ends dry. Other accessories, tailored for BMWs, include tank-top leather pouch; heavy-duty lap apron to shield the rider’s legs, yet permit easy touchdown on stopping; and stylish leather gas tank covers. For additional information, write Butler and Smith, Inc., 160 W. 83rd St., New York, N.Y. 10024.
WEBCO
ELECTRICAL WELDERS
$51.50
A home electrical welder costing $51.50 is being marketed by J. C. Whitney & Co. The company says the welder is ideal for home or shop and requires no experience for use. The machine, operating on 110 volt 50/60 cycle AC single phase current, brazes, welds, solders, cuts and pre-heats. It handles 1/16" to 1/8" electrodes on iron, steel, brass or bronze and other metals to 1/2". The portable machine does both metallic arc and carbon arc welding at 20, 40, 60 and 80 amp settings. It comes with heavy masonite case, head shield, electrode holder, welding cables, ground cables and clamp, power cable, supply of assorted welding and brazing rods, carbons, solder flux and operating instructions. Ready to plug in and use. Write J. C. Whitney & Co., 1917 Archer Ave., Dept. CW 234, Chicago, 111. 60616.
WEBCO
GAS GAUGE
A Wisconsin firm has come up with an easy answer that should end doubts as to how much gasoline is left lurking under your gas cap. Called the Fuel Minder, the gauge is mounted in a fuel cap, which the rider inserts into the tank and screws shut like the regular gas cap. A complete wrap-around float chamber steadies the fuel reading at all speeds. The Fuel Minder is all-steel constructed and the external cap is finished in chrome. There are now only two Fuel Minder models available — both for Harley-Davidson. Model L for Electra Glide left tanks, Model S for Electra Glide right and all earlier Harley right and left tanks. Patented styles for other motorcycles are in the making. For more information, write Krome-Krafters, Inc., Dept. C.W., P.O. Box 484, Racine, Wisc., 53401.
WEBCO
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The Cyclift hoist for motorcycles comes with several improvements this year. These include an adjustable platform to fit any make or model of motorcycle; two-way control valve adjusting lift to any height; adjustable seals with wipers, to prevent oil leaks and reduce adbrasive wear. The centerless ground ram is fitted wih dual bearings, machined and spaced to assure rigidity in any position of ram travel. Lifting capacity is 1,000 pounds. Cyclift is manufactured by the Comwel Company, Lynwood, California, established in 1919.
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Webco Inc. has been appointed as a distributor for the complete line of Good-year motorcycle tires. These include all popular tread designs for both lightweight and larger machines. Drop a line to Webco Inc., 218 Main Street, Venice, Calif., for a complete listing of sizes and catalog numbers. (Continued on page 112) CYCLIFT SPECIFICATIONS
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0121.xml
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111
111
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FIBRE-MOLD: HONDA HUMP!
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FIBRE-MOLD
HONDA HUMP!
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0122.xml
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111
111
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Advertisements
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HARVEY OWEN
TRIUMPH
HARVEY OWEN
BSA
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0123.xml
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112
112
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TRIUMPH: K70 GOLD SEAL
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TRIUMPH
K70 GOLD SEAL
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0124.xml
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112
112
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COMWEL COMPANY Est.
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COMWEL COMPANY Est.
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0125.xml
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113
113
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YAMAHA
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YAMAHA
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0126.xml
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113
113
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Advertisement: CYCLE/BIKE ALARM
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CYCLE/BIKE ALARM
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0127.xml
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113
113
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CONTINENTAL MOTORCYCLE CORP.
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CONTINENTAL MOTORCYCLE CORP.
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0128.xml
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113
113
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Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0129.xml
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114
114
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Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0130.xml
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114
114
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SUZUKI: 97cc KIT
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SUZUKI
97cc KIT
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0131.xml
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114
114
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WEST VALLEY CYCLE SALES
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WEST VALLEY CYCLE SALES
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0132.xml
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114
114
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CALIFORNIA CYCLE & RACING SUPPLY
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CALIFORNIA CYCLE & RACING SUPPLY
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0133.xml
article
114
114,115
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REPORT FROM ITALY
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CARLO PERELLI
ITALY'S IMOLA GOLD CUP road races are only a dress rehearsal for the Grand Prix season. But they got a little breathless this year, as world championship riders smashed every record except one. Perfect weather brought 80,000 spectators, who jammed the difficult, hilly 3.1-mile course set near the Santerno River to see heavy scrapping all through the field.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0134.xml
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115
115
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LAWN-NSPORT: RADIO-RAK
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LAWN-NSPORT
RADIO-RAK
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0135.xml
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115
115
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CALIFORNIA CYCLE & RACING SUPPLY
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CALIFORNIA CYCLE & RACING SUPPLY
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0136.xml
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115
115
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NICHOLSON MOTORS: VILLIERS
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NICHOLSON MOTORS
VILLIERS
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0137.xml
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115
115
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SUZUKI MOTORCYCLES
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SUZUKI MOTORCYCLES
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0138.xml
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116
116
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MOTORCYCLE UNDERWRITERS
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MOTORCYCLE UNDERWRITERS
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0139.xml
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116
116
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Advertisements
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COLUMBIA ENGINEERING
C100
COLUMBIA ENGINEERING
C200
COLUMBIA ENGINEERING
S90
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0140.xml
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116
116
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Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0141.xml
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116
116
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Advertisement: CYCLE WORLD
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0142.xml
article
116
116,117,118,119
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REPORT FROM JAPAN
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W. B. SWIM
SIXTY DIFFERENT models of motorcycles and scooters from Japan's seven makers are on the showroom floors in Japan, according to an exacting count by that country's leading enthusiasts' magazine, the Motorcyclist. Another 15 models (for export only) were counted by the magazine's staff writers, but this correspondent can name another five export mpdels they neglected, making a grand total of 90 machines, 83 of them motorcycles, and the other 7, scooters.
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0143.xml
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117
117
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WISECO
HDDAKA
WISECO
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B. R. NICHOLLS
WHEN VICTOR ARBEKOV won the opening round of the 250 motocross series in Spain, reporters were quick to point out that to date no rider winning that event has gone on to gain the title. It is one of those tidbits of information that seems meaningless, but could it be that it will prove true again in 1966?
CycleWorld_19660701_0005_007_0149.xml
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