Issue: 19711001

Friday, October 1, 1971
October
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Articles
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1,3
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0001.xml
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2
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Norton: Commando 750's
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Norton
Commando 750's
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0002.xml
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3
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Parkhurst Publishing Co.
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Parkhurst Publishing Co.
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0003.xml
masthead
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3
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Masthead
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0004.xml
tableOfContents
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3
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0005.xml
article
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4,6
DEPARTMENTS
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ROUND UP
ON ANY SUNDAY
KENNY WINS INTERNATIONAL MX
BSA/TRIUMPH: AD SAFETY
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JOE PARKHURST
MORE ALERT READERS of Cycle World might have noticed on page 97 of the March, 1971 issue, (smack in the middle of the huge Suzuki advertisement, the largest ever run in a motorcycle magazine), an ad with the headline, “How To Win $1000 Worth Of Suzuki Motorcycles Of Your Choice.” The ad announced a design contest for CW readers titled “motorcycle of the future.” Several hundred entries were received, much to my shock, since I had rashly volunteered to be a judge about six months before.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0006.xml
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5
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YAMAHA
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YAMAHA
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0007.xml
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6
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SHIRT SCENE
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SHIRT SCENE
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0008.xml
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7
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BMW
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BMW
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0009.xml
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8
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A.P.E. PRODUCTS: DUNECYCLE
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A.P.E. PRODUCTS
DUNECYCLE
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0010.xml
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8
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granturismo
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granturismo
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0011.xml
article
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8,15,16
LETTERS
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LETTERS
"CAN'T BE BOUGHT"
CONVEX MIRRORS
DOING HIS BIT
A RACER ON NOISE
SLIPSTREAM CONTEST
SOME ALSO-RANS
RISK EXERCISE STUDY
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Seriously, I like your mag and carefully compared it to several others before purchasing my subscription. The technical articles are good, and the historical features are interesting and informative. Your claims for the “World’s Biggest Monthly” in the March issue were quite silly, considering all the pages taken up by Suzuki and BSA ads, but your test report on the Suzuki TM400R was critical enough to indicate that your opinion could not be bought by 40 pages of advertising.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0012.xml
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9,10,11,12,13,14
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Advertisements
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Harley-Davidson Motor Co., Inc.
Super Glide
Harley-Davidson Motor Co., Inc.
Electra Glide
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0013.xml
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15
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Avon
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Avon
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0014.xml
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16
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Advertisement: Cycle World Calendars
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Cycle World Calendars
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0015.xml
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17
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JOSEPH LUCAS NORTH AMERICA INC.
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JOSEPH LUCAS NORTH AMERICA INC.
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0016.xml
article
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18
DEPARTMENTS
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"FEEDBACK"
1969 NORTON COMMANDO
"MODULAR PARTS"
LOVING SERVICE
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I had a ’69 Norton Commando fastback which I bought in May 1970 with 2600 miles on it. It was in excellent shape, except that it burned a bit of oil and also leaked a bit (what English bike doesn’t). The handling was excellent, braking fair (front brake good, rear brake poor), and acceleration was excellent with a top speed of 115 mph.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0017.xml
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18
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YANKEE MOTOR COMPANY: FULL BORE
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YANKEE MOTOR COMPANY
FULL BORE
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0018.xml
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19
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SUZUKI FUN CENTER
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SUZUKI FUN CENTER
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0019.xml
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20
20
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COSMOPOLITAN MOTORS, INC.: Benelli MINI CYCLES
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COSMOPOLITAN MOTORS, INC.
Benelli MINI CYCLES
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0020.xml
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20
20
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CALIFORNIA CYCLE SUPPLY
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CALIFORNIA CYCLE SUPPLY
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0021.xml
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20
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PHOTO POSTER
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PHOTO POSTER
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0022.xml
article
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20,24
DEPARTMENTS
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THE SERVICE DEPT
POLARITY CHECK ALTERNATIVE
SEALED BEAM CONVERSION
CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT
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JODY NICHOLAS
May I offer a simpler method for “Polarity Check”? This was shown to me a few years ago by an old Swedish mechanic, and the steps are as follows: 1. Cut a potato in half. 2. Place two copper wires of unknown polarity about a half-inch apart in the exposed white part of the potato.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0023.xml
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21
21
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Champion: Spark Plug
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Champion
Spark Plug
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0024.xml
advertisement
22
22,23
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Revell
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Revell
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0025.xml
advertisement
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24
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Advertisements
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0026.xml
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25
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YOKOHAMA
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YOKOHAMA
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0027.xml
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26
26
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THE DIRT RIDER: THE BOONIE BOOK
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THE DIRT RIDER
THE BOONIE BOOK
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0028.xml
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26
26
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m&m Limited: easy rider
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m&m Limited
easy rider
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0029.xml
article
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26,27,83
DEPARTMENTS
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THE SCENE
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IVAN J. WAGAR
SEVERAL months ago the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, formerly National Highway Safety Bureau, issued a notice of proposed rule making in standardization of safety related motorcycle controls. At the time I did not make a big fuss over the issue, because during my presidency of the old Motor Scooter & Allied Trades Association I knew that that group had gone on record as being in favor of standard control location when questioned by NHSB in early 1967.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0030.xml
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27
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BN SUPPLY
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BN SUPPLY
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0031.xml
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27
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COMERFORDS
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COMERFORDS
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0032.xml
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27
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BATES INDUSTRIES, INC.
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BATES INDUSTRIES, INC.
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0033.xml
article
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28,29,30,31
COMPETITION
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THE AMA NATIONAL TRAIL
BSA & TRIUMPH
AUSTERITY AHEAD?
Making Sense Of Mid-Season, We Find Sisyphus In The Lead
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
SUZUKI'S BLAHS
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DAN HUNT
THE AMA NATIONAL mid-season point standings, following Dick Mann's hair raising road race win at Kent, were as follows: The names in the Top 10 and those that are absent from same reveal much of the complexion of this year's professional racing series.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0034.xml
article
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32,33,34,35
COMPETITION
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BART MARKEL, 1971
Meet "Black Bart," Harley's Evergreen, All-Time AMA National Winner, Bold And Creative Charger. This Is The Markel Away From Motorcycles. Does Anyone Really Know Him?
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JOE SCALZO
BART MARKEL SLEPT through a tornado. He can't recall all the details... just that one midnight years ago he was roused from a deep sleep by a roaring wind hammering against the window beside his bed. Opening the window, he groggily poked his head out and looked around, then fell back asleep with his head still out the window.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0035.xml
review
36
36,37,38
CYCLE WORLD ROAD TEST
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BULTACO SHERPA T
The Kit That Is No Longer A Kit Makes The "T" Even Better.
BULTACO
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BULTACO
SHERPA T
$895
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DEVELOPED AND PERFECTED by Sammy Miller, unquestionably the best trials rider in the world, the 1971½ Bultaco Sherpa T abounds in new and subtle changes which make it quite possibly the best trials machine in the world. The most obvious change from the 1971 model is the Kit Campeon fiberglass work, which consists of the narrowest seat/gas tank combination to be found on a 250-cc trials machine.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0036.xml
article
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39,40,41,42
COMPETITION
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ISLE OF MAN
After 64 Years, Criticism Is Mounting, But The TT Is Strong Enough to Survive.
FORMULA 750 CLASS
AUERBACHER/BMW WIN 750 SIDECAR EVENT
MV FAILS IN 350 CLASS
SCHAUZU LEADS 500 SIDECAR
FOUR-LAP 250 RACE
PRODUCTION MACHINE RACE
MORTIMER TAKES 125 CLASS
SENIOR RACE
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B.R. NICHOLLS
SOMEBODY UPSET the wee folk this year in the Isle of Man. In fact it must have been a good few people who ignored them as they crossed the Fairy Bridge from the airport to Douglas or when out touring. It is an old Manx custom that locals and visitors alike say "Hallo" or "Good day, wee people" as a mark of respect.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0037.xml
review
43
43,44,45,46,47
CYCLE WORLD ROAD TEST
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HONDA CB500 FOUR
Like The 750, A Brilliant Highway Machine, But Smaller, Quieter, And Easier To Manage.
HONDA
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HONDA
CB500 FOUR
$1345
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WHEN YOU'VE ALREADY designed and built two of the most exotic motorcycles in general production in the world today, what do you do for an encore? Honda's twin-cam CB450 with torsion bar valve springs created a mild furor when it was introduced several years ago.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0038.xml
article
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48,49,50,57
FEATURES
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24 HOURS
AN IMPOSSIBLE SITUATION
"YOUNGSTERS ARE BEING SHAFTED"
A Look At A Motorcycle Training Course Designed To Keep Your First Hours On A Bike From Ending In Injury
PRACTICAL RIDING EMPHASIZED
THE INSTRUCTOR IN FRONT!
OBSTACLES AND THE UNEXPECTED
NOT ALL MAKE IT
A REFRESHER
MINIMAL COST/NO FRILLS
AN UPHILL FIGHT
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JOSEPH E. BLOGGS
RESEARCH HAS shown that most motorcycle accidents occur early in the game, and some studies indicate an injury rate as high as 60 percent for first outings. So your first day on a motorcycle can well be one of the most important in your life. One answer to this high initial accident rate may be the acquisition of experience in a controlled environment.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0039.xml
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51,52,53,54,55,56
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Advertisements
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Kawasaki
350 cc F9
Kawasaki
250 cc F8
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0040.xml
article
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57
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THE "HOW-TO" OF MOTORCYCLE TRAINING
SELECTION OF THE AIM
SECURE BACKING
WHO WILL INSTRUCT?
WHAT WILL YOU NEED?
WHERE WILL YOU TEACH?
WHEN WILL YOU RUN A COURSE?
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Who and what are you going to teach? This may range from the approach of a busy dealer trying to give one quick lesson to a youngster, all the way up to advanced defensive handling. The following progressions are suggested as stages of training: Phase I: Starting, control operation, steering and stopping a cycle.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0041.xml
article
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58,59
SPECIAL COLOR FEATURE
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PROJECT FUTUREBIKE
The Best of 300 Design Contest Entries
WINNER
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JOSEPH C. PARKHURST
WHAT WILL the motorcycle of the future look like? What features will it have? What possible engineering innovations will be present in its conception? In cooperation with U.S. Suzuki, who offered $1000 worth of their motorcycles to the winner, the March issue of CYCLE WORLD put that question to readers in the form of a design contest called Project Futurebike.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0042.xml
article
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60,61,62,63
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SIX HONORABLE MENTIONS
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TERRY TAGGART of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, operates an art studio. His “Yellow Jacket” is one of six honorable mentions, and came very close to first spot. Taggart would employ the racing car construction method of monocoque for lighter weight and greater strength.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0043.xml
article
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64,65
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OTHER DESIGN TWISTS
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"A grand touring motorcycle” is how David E. Bennett of Ferndale, Michigan, describes his astute design. His 750-cc four-cylinder engine is rendered in both two and four-cycle versions, both rated at 75 bhp and water cooled. The chopper influence rears its ugly head again in the reclining rider’s position.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0044.xml
review
66
66,67
CYCLE WORLD IMPRESSION
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MONTESA COTA 25
A Mini-Trialer Designed For Youngsters 5 To 9.
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FROM A DISTANCE you have to look twice. The proportions of the Montesa Cota 25 are so like the full-sized trialer on which it was modeled that it fools the eye, turning rocks into boulders and bushes into trees. The bike is a mini-trialer, designed specifically for serious junior-sized trials riders 5 to 9 years old.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0045.xml
article
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68,69,70,100,101
FEATURES
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LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
A Mystic With A Love Of Speed
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JACK WOODS
ALTHOUGH DOZENS OF books have been written about Lawrence of Arabia, the attention given to his love of motorcycling has been scanty. Indeed, many of his biographers scarcely mention the subject, which is a pity, as it provides an insight into the real nature of Lawrence's apparently enigmatic personality, so often the subject of analysis.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0046.xml
review
71
71,72,73
CLASSIC TEST
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1937 BROUGH SUPERIOR SS80
AN INSPIRED LAWRENCE LIVED AND DIED WITH A BROUGH. CLASSIC BUFFS SWEAR BY THEM
BROUGH SUPERIOR
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BROUGH SUPERIOR
SS80
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THE FIRST BROUGH Superiors rolled out of George Brough's workshop at Haydn Road, Nottingham, England, in 1919, shortly after the close of WWI. After leaving his father's employ, George set out to produce a large displacement, luxury motorcycle, handcrafted and finished to appeal to the connoisseur.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0047.xml
article
74
74,75
FEATURES
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MCB PREVIEW
Street Legal And Winner Of Eight ISDT Medals
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AMERICAN COMPETITORS in the 1970 International Six Days Trial at E1 Escorial in Spain were surprised to find a new, very competitive Swedish 125 taking three gold, four silver and one bronze medal. Suddenly, Sweden was no longer just the land of Husqvarnas.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0048.xml
article
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76,77
COMPETITION
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MEMO FROM BOSTON GARDEN
"...His Strategy Was To Get His Truck Loaded As Quickly As Possible."
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JOHN H. WAASER
NEW ENGLAND is officially known in the AMA as District One. Except that if you look in the AMA books, very few activities are listed for District One, for New England has, for several years now, been independent. The all-powerful New England Sports Committee controls scrambling, the most prevalent form of the sport here. Thus it is that when the AMA comes to New England to promote a race, a lot of eyes are watching closely.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0049.xml
article
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78,82,83
DEPARTMENTS
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RACING REVIEW
YAMAHA GOLD CUP
MURRAY GOES 8.87/174.75 MPH
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The advance publicity read, “The First Iron-Horse Races Ever At Roosevelt Raceway,” and that’s what 21,000 eager New Yorkers came to see. When it was all over they saw ex-Canadian Dave Sehl, aboard a factory Harley XR, ride to a smooth, determined 1st place.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0050.xml
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78
78
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YANKEE MOTOR CO.: OSSA
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YANKEE MOTOR CO.
OSSA
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0051.xml
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79
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DUCATI: Desmo Ducati R/T 450
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DUCATI
Desmo Ducati R/T 450
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0052.xml
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80,81
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Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0053.xml
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82
82
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Accessory Distributors, Inc.: HA
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Accessory Distributors, Inc.
HA
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0054.xml
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82
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MOTORCYCLE UNDERWRITERS
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MOTORCYCLE UNDERWRITERS
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0055.xml
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82
82
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PACIFICO, INC.
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PACIFICO, INC.
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0056.xml
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83
83
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Advertisements
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AMERICAN JAWA LTD.
JAWA 90cc CROSS / ROADSTER
AMERICAN JAWA LTD.
CZ125 175cc SPORT
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0057.xml
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83
83
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KK Motorcycle Supply
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KK Motorcycle Supply
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0058.xml
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84
84
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Advertisements
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CIRCLE INDUSTRIES
YAMAHA FRONT FORK BOOSTER SPRINGS
CIRCLE INDUSTRIES
DOUBLE DAMPERS
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0059.xml
advertisement
84
84
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ELITE INSURANCE COMPANY
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ELITE INSURANCE COMPANY
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0060.xml
review
84
84,86,88
DEPARTMENTS
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NEW MODELS & PRODUCTS
HELMATE
ACTION FOUR HEADERS
HONDA 750 NORRIS CAMS
CHOPPER STOPPER
PETROCHEM SPRAY-ON
Rroomm
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Rroomm
HELMATE
$3.75
Rroomm is offering the Helmate, a retaining strap designed to hold a spare helmet to either a “buddy” seat or a rack. It is of mar-proof design, and will snugly fit all helmet sizes of both the full and “shorty” types. Bonded Velcro strips, which are jet-black precoated, attach the Helmate to any “buddy” seat firmly in just a few minutes. The Helmate can also use passenger hand rails or a carrier rack by means of a self-fastening loop included. Price is $3.75 postpaid, and the Helmate is available directly from Rroomm, Dept. CW-10. Box 108, Blue Point, NY 11715.
Rroomm
HONDA 750 NORRIS CAMS
For those Honda 750 owners interested in owning an “under 12 sec.” performing machine, Norris has produced a hot cam kit, featuring a new design with triple springs and titanium retainers. Write for specs and additional information to Norris Performance Products, Dept. CW-10, 14754 Calvert St., Van Nuys, CA 91401, or phone (213) 873-4846 or (213) 780-1102.
Rroomm
PETROCHEM SPRAY-ON
$1.50
A powerful chemical cleaner for motorcycle electrical systems, Petrochem Spark Plug and Contact Klean, is available in a convenient 4-oz. aerosol spray can. It is claimed to work in seconds, extending plug life and improving firing efficiency. Sprayed surfaces are left clean, dry and free of oily film, as Spark Plug and Contact Klean displaces moisture, and evaporates almost immediately. The Petrochem spray-on chemical is non-flammable, electrically non-conductive and leaves no after-deposits. Retail price for the 4-oz. can is $1.50; a 16-oz. can is also available through Ashland Chemical Co., Specialty Products, Division of Ashland Oil Inc., Dept. CW-10, 10505 South Painter Ave., Santa Fe Springs, Calif.
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0061.xml
advertisement
85
85
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Advertisements
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WOLVERINE WORLD WIDE, INC.
Top Gear boots
WOLVERINE WORLD WIDE, INC.
Top Gear Gloves
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0062.xml
advertisement
86
86,87
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Advertisement: CYCLE WORLD BOOKS
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CYCLE WORLD BOOKS
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0063.xml
advertisement
88
88
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HERCULES DIST. LTD.: DKW
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HERCULES DIST. LTD.
DKW
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0064.xml
advertisement
88
88
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Advertisements
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ENDURO ENGINEERING CO.
POLARIZED SHIELD
ENDURO ENGINEERING CO.
MOTO-CROSS GLOVES
ENDURO ENGINEERING CO.
FORK BRACE
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0065.xml
advertisement
89
89
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Advertisement: CYCLE WORLD POSTERS
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CYCLE WORLD POSTERS
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0066.xml
advertisement
90
90
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MOTOR CYCLE WEEKLY
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MOTOR CYCLE WEEKLY
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0067.xml
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90
90,91,92,93
DEPARTMENTS
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REPORT FROM ITALY
LAVERDA PRODUCTION BIKE
TWO MODDED 350s
LAVERDA 1000
MONZA PRODUCTION RACE
THE MV SPORT
MOTO GUZZI V7 SPORT
[no value]
[no value]
CARLO PERELLI
Laverda, an enthusiastic family business that has become Italy’s most active big bike builder, has started delivery on the 750 SF-C production racer. It’s geared for about 130 mph at 7800 rpm, and has already made a brilliant debut in Holland where it won a 24-hour marathon.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0068.xml
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91
91
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[no value]
Advertisement: RIDE SADDLEBACK PARK
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RIDE SADDLEBACK PARK
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0069.xml
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91
91
[no value]
[no value]
June MOUNTAIN Inn: GULL LAKE MOTEL
[no value]
June MOUNTAIN Inn
GULL LAKE MOTEL
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0070.xml
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91
91
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
CHECKERED FLAGS CUSTOMS
Kit #100
CHECKERED FLAGS CUSTOMS
Kit #200
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0071.xml
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92
92
[no value]
[no value]
AFS distributors
[no value]
AFS distributors
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0072.xml
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92
92
[no value]
[no value]
Vetter: HONDA 750
[no value]
Vetter
HONDA 750
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0073.xml
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92
92
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
COAST CYCLE ACCESSORIES
Chopper Tank Universal Mount
COAST CYCLE ACCESSORIES
Cobra Seat
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0074.xml
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93
93
[no value]
[no value]
D.LEWIS LTD
[no value]
D.LEWIS LTD
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0075.xml
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93
93
[no value]
[no value]
GARVON PRODUCTS: Garvon-Lok
[no value]
GARVON PRODUCTS
Garvon-Lok
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0076.xml
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93
93
[no value]
[no value]
H&L MOTORS, LTD
[no value]
H&L MOTORS, LTD
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0077.xml
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93
93
[no value]
[no value]
S. S. PRODUCTS
[no value]
S. S. PRODUCTS
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[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0078.xml
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94
94
[no value]
[no value]
PUCH DISTRIBUTING
[no value]
PUCH DISTRIBUTING
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0079.xml
article
94
94,95
DEPARTMENTS
[no value]
REPORT FROM JAPAN
HONDA CHARIOT
RACING YAMAHA STYLE
HONDA CB 350, 250 AND 125
YAMAHA TRAIL RT 360 AND DT 250
[no value]
[no value]
JACK YAMAGUCHI
Honda built a couple of ST70 (affectionately called "Dax" in Japan) sidecar outfits to transport the most meritorious players in our pro baseball series in a parade marking the finale of the season. The sidecar is not what we normally call a "chair," but is merely a platform with a tall shield (armor plate to fend off rotten apples thrown by enemies).
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0080.xml
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95
95
[no value]
[no value]
Elite Motors (Tooting) Ltd.
[no value]
Elite Motors (Tooting) Ltd.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0081.xml
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95
95
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisement
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[no value]
[no value]
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CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0082.xml
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95
95
[no value]
[no value]
BAJA INDUSTRIES
[no value]
BAJA INDUSTRIES
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0083.xml
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95
95
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
WHEELS of man
Wheéls IDs
WHEELS of man
Keytainer
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0084.xml
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96
96
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
Buco
GALAXY HELMET
Buco
ENDURO HELMET
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0085.xml
article
96
96,97,98,99
DEPARTMENTS
[no value]
CONTINENTAL REPORT
NORTH WEST 200
AGO AT I.O.M.?
SUPERBIKE SERIES
MOTOCROSS SERIES
[no value]
[no value]
B.R. NICHOLLS
The overture to the TT races comes in Ireland a week before, at the annual classic North West 200 event. Twenty years ago it was the ideal testing ground for the Isle of Man, but as works support dwindled, the North West lost its attraction and failed to draw the aces.
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0086.xml
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97
97
[no value]
[no value]
Bowman Products: CARB-TUNE
[no value]
Bowman Products
CARB-TUNE
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0087.xml
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97
97
[no value]
[no value]
HICKORY CYCLE SALES
[no value]
HICKORY CYCLE SALES
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0088.xml
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97
97
[no value]
[no value]
SPORT MOTORS INC.
[no value]
SPORT MOTORS INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0089.xml
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97
97
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
RACECRAFTERS INTERNATIONAL
HIWAY PEGS
RACECRAFTERS INTERNATIONAL
HEADLITE BRACKET
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0090.xml
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98
98
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0091.xml
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99
99
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0092.xml
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100
100
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
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[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0093.xml
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101
101
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
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[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0094.xml
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102
102
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
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[no value]
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[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0095.xml
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103
103
[no value]
[no value]
CLASSIFIED
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[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0096.xml
article
104
104
DEPARTMENTS
[no value]
SLIPSTREAM
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0097.xml
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105
105
[no value]
[no value]
HODAKA: HODAKA 100-B
[no value]
HODAKA
HODAKA 100-B
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0098.xml
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106
106
[no value]
[no value]
Honda Motor Co., Inc.: Motosport 175
[no value]
Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Motosport 175
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19711001_0010_010_0099.xml