Issue: 19770601

Wednesday, June 1, 1977
June
6
True
16
Friday, August 8, 2014
12/10/2014 8:32:51 PM

Articles
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0001.xml
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2
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Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0002.xml
masthead
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3
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Masthead
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0004.xml
article
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4,10,14
DEPARTMENTS
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Round Up
BUYERS BEWARE
KAWASAKI SPEED FESTIVAL
METRIC IS COMING
DAYTONA SURPRISE
ALL-INDIAN DAY
Z-THOU LEGAL
NEWS FROM NVT
A SAFER AVERAGE
A HALL OF FAME
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Butler and Smith, BMW importers for the U.S., sends along a useful warning: “A word to the wise—purchase only motorcycles that comply with U.S. standards. “Many purchasers who have bought motorcycles from foreign dealers are experiencing considerable difficulties in passing them through U.S.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0005.xml
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5
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Advertisements
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HONDA
1976CJ-360T
HONDA
1976TL-250
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0006.xml
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6
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UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION: SIMONIZ
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UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION
SIMONIZ
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0007.xml
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6
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Publishing Division of CBS Inc.
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Publishing Division of CBS Inc.
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0008.xml
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7
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER: SCOUT
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
SCOUT
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0009.xml
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8,9
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Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0010.xml
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10
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GUNK LABORATORIES, INC.
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GUNK LABORATORIES, INC.
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0011.xml
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10
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Dunstall
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Dunstall
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0012.xml
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11,12,13
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0013.xml
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14
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S & S HEADERS
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S & S HEADERS
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0014.xml
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14
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JAY ROBERTS TIRE CONNECTION, DEPT.
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JAY ROBERTS TIRE CONNECTION, DEPT.
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0015.xml
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14
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Kross Kountry Industries
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Kross Kountry Industries
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0016.xml
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15
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PREMIER MOTOR CORPORATION
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PREMIER MOTOR CORPORATION
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0017.xml
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16,17
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FORD
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FORD
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0018.xml
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18
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Hella
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Hella
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0019.xml
article
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18,22,24,26,28
LETTERS
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LETTERS
SIDE HACK RACING
SEAT HEIGHT
UNINSURED MOTORIST COVERAGE
THUMBS UP IN MEDFORD
RACE GUIDE
TAKE NOTE, YAMAHA
MARUSHO/LILAC OWNERS CLUB
SOS
PARTS FROM COLOMBIA
TESTIMONIAL
PHYSICIANS UNITE
ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH
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I hold in my hand the latest copy of the American Motorcyclist Association News and, once again, I find no mention of side hack racing. Side hack racing has consistently been ignored by the AMA since the inception of this type of racing. The reasons for this escape me.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0020.xml
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19
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Rally
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Rally
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0021.xml
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20,21
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Advertisements
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Kawasaki
KE100
Kawasaki
KE125
Kawasaki
KE175
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0022.xml
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22
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PACIFICO
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PACIFICO
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0023.xml
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22
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COMPETITION CHEMICALS: Simichrome polish
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COMPETITION CHEMICALS
Simichrome polish
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0024.xml
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22
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CYCLE SYSTEMS
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CYCLE SYSTEMS
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0025.xml
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23
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Advertisements
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KONI
KONI Gas
KONI
BIKONI LIMITED
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0026.xml
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24
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NORTH AMERICAN SCHOOL OF MOTORCYCLE REPAIR
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NORTH AMERICAN SCHOOL OF MOTORCYCLE REPAIR
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0027.xml
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24
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PASER INSTRUMENTATION, INC.: CARBSTIX
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PASER INSTRUMENTATION, INC.
CARBSTIX
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0028.xml
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24
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JML Products
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JML Products
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0029.xml
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25
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Carlisle Tire & Rubber Company
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Carlisle Tire & Rubber Company
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0030.xml
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26
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Bassani Manufacturing
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Bassani Manufacturing
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0031.xml
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27
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Harley-Davidson
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Harley-Davidson
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0032.xml
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28
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AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE INSTITUTE
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AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE INSTITUTE
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0033.xml
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SCOTT
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SCOTT
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0034.xml
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The Lester Tire & Wheel Co.: LESTER
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The Lester Tire & Wheel Co.
LESTER
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0035.xml
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30
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Advertisements
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BATES
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0036.xml
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30
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STEPHEN ALLEN CO.
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STEPHEN ALLEN CO.
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0037.xml
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30
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Clinton Cycle & Salvage Inc.
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Clinton Cycle & Salvage Inc.
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0038.xml
article
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30,32,34,124
DEPARTMENTS
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FEED BACK
FLOPPED IN FLORIDA
CAN-AM CRONY
CB500 WOES-PART II
THE GOLDEN LEMON
Zi HELMET HOOK
HONDA HARMONY
PUNCTURE FLATS
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Readers, as well as those involved in the motorcycle industry, are invited to have their say about motorcycles they own or have owned. Anything is fair game: performance, handling, reliability, service, parts availability, lovability, you name it.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0039.xml
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31
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Hi-Q PRODUCTS
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Hi-Q PRODUCTS
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0040.xml
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32
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DAIDO CORPORATION
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DAIDO CORPORATION
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0041.xml
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32
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MEYER PLASTICS, INC.
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MEYER PLASTICS, INC.
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0042.xml
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33
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American Safety: buco
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American Safety
buco
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0043.xml
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34
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HONDA of MINEOLA
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HONDA of MINEOLA
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0044.xml
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34
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CARR'S HONDA
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CARR'S HONDA
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0045.xml
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34
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JACKSON HOLE CYCLE
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JACKSON HOLE CYCLE
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0046.xml
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34
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REEDER CORPORATION: GASPRING-ST
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REEDER CORPORATION
GASPRING-ST
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0047.xml
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35
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HONDA of MINEOLA
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HONDA of MINEOLA
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0048.xml
review
36
36,37,38,39,40
Cycle World Road Test
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HONDA 750F2
More Sport and More Speed Make the F2 the Best of the 750 Hondas
HONDA
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HONDA
750F2
$2148
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Memo to the test crew: Listen: This wine-tasting technique, cleaning our palates between tests so we can better report on each new bike, is a great idea. It works. Nothing like spending a few weeks on a pair of muscle-bound Twins and switching to a brace of commuter scooters to put one in the mood for a sporting 750 Four.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0049.xml
review
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41,42,43,44
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Cycle World Road Test
HONDA 750A
The Automatic Transmission Works, the Engine Has Been Improved, but the Custom Seat is a Pain in the. . .
HONDA
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HONDA
750A
$2198
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Designing motorcycles must be the most thankless task on earth. Last year Honda introduced the 750A, the old reliable Four with a torque convertor and two-speed transmission replacing the hand-operated clutch and standard gearbox.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0050.xml
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NIRVANA, INC.
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NIRVANA, INC.
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0051.xml
article
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46,47
TRACK GUIDE
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CARLSBAD
WHERE TO WATCH THE RACING
WHERE TO EAT
HOW TO GET THERE
WHERE TO STAY
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Response to our February “Insider’s Guide to Daytona” was so good we’re going to give you more of the same throughout the racing season. Obviously, we can’t do each and every major race and track, but we’ll select some of the most popular and important in different locations around the country and fill you in on the interesting details.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0052.xml
article
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48,49
TRACK GUIDE
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SEARS POINT
TICKET INFORMATION
WHERE TO WATCH THE RACING
WHERE TO STAY
WHERE TO EAT
HOW TO GET THERE
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It’s since been an a AMA number National of years Road Race was held at Sears Point. Since that time the track has undergone a number of changes, there are many new faces in racing and the latest equipment is naturally superior to that of the past.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0053.xml
article
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50,51
TRACK GUIDE
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SAN JOSE
TICKET INFORMATION
HOW TO GET THERE
WHERE TO STAY
WHERE TO EAT
WHERE TO WATCH THE RACING
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Do you know the way to San Jose? If you don’t and follow the AMA Camel Pro Series, you ought to find out. Because not far from the city lies the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, home of some of the best dirt track racing on the national circuit.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0054.xml
article
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52,53,54
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TRACK GUIDE
WHERE TO STAY
HOW TO GET THERE
WHERE TO EAT
BIKE SHOPS
WHERE TO WATCH THE RACING
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Loudon town situated is a sleepy halfway little between Concord and Laconia, New Hampshire. Laconia was the motorcycling event in the northeast in the Fifties. It was a true Gypsy tour, a term long since deleted from the AMA vocabulary.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0055.xml
article
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55,56,57
TECHNICAL
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RD250/350/400 FORK FIX
Easy Modifications for Improved Performance
PROS . . .
. . . AND CONS
SPRING RATE AND TRAVEL
THE FIXERS
ADDITIONAL SUGGESTIONS
SUMMARY
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Len Vucci
In the July and August 1976 issues of CYCLE WORLD, we provided instructions for modifying the forks on many common street bikes. Suggestions for rear shock and/or spring replacement were also offered. In subsequent issues, CW has utilized the suspension dyno section of its road tests to provide this information for current onand off-road machines.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0056.xml
article
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58,59,60,61,64,65,66,67,116,120,128,129
COMPETITION
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THE DAYTONA 100
The Race Got Shortened, Baker Got a Win and Everybody Else Got Tired of Talking
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John Waaser
Daytona is always full of surprises, never mind that the actual racing usually follows the form book and the usual winners can find their way to the winner’s stand with their eyes closed. For the 40th anniversary of the Daytona 200 the weather, the teams, the tire people and the governing bodies all combined, er, efforts, which is not the right word, to give the fans more surprises than even the longtime crowd expected: The Daytona 200, which is supposed to be 200 miles on Sunday, was actually the Daytona 100.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0057.xml
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62,63
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SUZUKI
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SUZUKI
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0058.xml
article
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64,65,132
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THEY HELD THE WRONG RACE ON SUNDAY
A Trackside Look at Alternatives to the Game of Motorcycle Monopoly.
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Dan Hunt
Racing the door chief of the Dick Harley O’Brien racing stands garage at and grumps. He’d rather be fishing, thank you. and no, we won’t be seeing any factory 750s in the race on Sunday. Inside the garage, the soft Italian patter spoken by the two mechanics assigned to the Aermacchi lightweights doesn't equal the Midwestern twang we’ve come to expect from this racing team.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0059.xml
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66,132,133
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CAST OF HUNDREDS
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Daytona’s course more motorcycle than AMA week pros is and of their 750 racers at the speedway. There’s the beach, the hot spots, the constantly changing street scene. Somewhere between the professional riders and the tourists come the supporting events; motocross and enduro, production and lightweight road racing.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0060.xml
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Sears, Roebuck and Co.: The Winner
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Sears, Roebuck and Co.
The Winner
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0061.xml
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68,69,70,71,72
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Advertisements
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Kawasaki
Z-1000 LTD
Kawasaki
Z-1000
Kawasaki
KZ750
Kawasaki
KZ650 Custom
Kawasaki
KZ650
Kawasaki
KZ400 Deluxe
Kawasaki
KZ400 Standard
Kawasaki
KZ400 Special
Kawasaki
KZ200*
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0062.xml
review
73
73,74,75,76,77
Cycle World Enduro Test
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SUZUKI TS250
A Much Better Dual-Purpose Bike than the Looks Would Indicate
SUZUKI
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SUZUKI
TS250
$1140
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an't take your eyes off Suzuki for a second. Soon as the 1977 TS250B. latest in Suzuki’s dual-purpose line, rolled into the shop the crew replied with jokes. A chrome fandangle on the exhaust pipe! A side decal that didn’t match the tank decal!
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0063.xml
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77
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ADVANCED CYCLE PRODUCTS, INC.
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ADVANCED CYCLE PRODUCTS, INC.
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0064.xml
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78
78,79
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BMW
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BMW
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0065.xml
review
80
80,81,82,83,84
Cycle World Road Test
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SUZUKI GS400
A Sophisticated and Comfortable Twin that Offers A Lot for the Money
SUZUKI
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SUZUKI
GS400
$1295
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It was inevitable that Suzuki would eventually get into the four-stroke market after producing nothing but two-strokes for so many years. And in tackling this new market, one would guess that they would enter in a gentle sort of way, without making waves, for Suzuki has by tradition been a conservative company.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0066.xml
article
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85,86,87,88
Cycle WORLD Mini Test
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SUZUKI RM80 AND YAMAHA YZ80
Two Tiny Terrors with Race-Winning Power.
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Christmas past is safely in the past and Christmas future is ’way off there somewhere, many moons from now. Surely at this moment no kids are thinking about Christmas presents, namely minicycles. It is therefore safe to report on the Suzuki RM80 and Yamaha YZ80, two of the best minicycles ever made.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0067.xml
review
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88,89
FEATURES
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THE (JUNIOR) RACER'S EDGE
A DG-Converted Suzuki RM80, for Kids Who Can Afford to Go to the Head of the Class
ENGINE
CARBURETION
EXHAUST SYSTEM
SUSPENSION
WHEEL ASSEMBLIES
FINAL DRIVE
ACCESSORY COMPONENTS
KIT COMPONENTS
DG RM80B IMPRESSIONS
SUZUKI
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SUZUKI
RM8OB
$269.95
Len Vucci
Speed costs money-how fast do you want to spend?” This simple philosophy has been applied to the Suzuki RM80B by DG Performance Specialties with impressive results. DG specializes in motocross performance modifications. It is a true performance facility, often working in conjunction with factory personnel on developmental engineering.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0068.xml
review
90
90,91,92,93
Cycle World Road Test
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YAMAHA XS400D
More Flash and Extra Spunk Combine to Make a Sporting Commuter
YAMAHA
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YAMAHA
XS400D
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Just what is it about mid-displacement four-stroke Twins that endears them to so many members of the motorcycling population? Many things, from economy to ease of maintenance to reliability to peppy performance, plus an added bonus of a fairly low initial cost; all important factors that spell success in terms of sales.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0069.xml
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94
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ARCO PUBLISHING COMPANY INC.
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ARCO PUBLISHING COMPANY INC.
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0070.xml
article
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95,96
FEATURES
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New Ideas In Braking
SAFETY BRAKER M/C
TEST PROCEDURES
THE TEST, STOCK
SAFETY BRAKER, REAR ONLY
SAFETY BRAKER, FRONT AND REAR
CONCLUSION
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Quite a few new product releases are passed around the CYCLE WORLD editorial offices each month for consideration. Most are of the utilitarian variety, good products, but rarely eliciting a truly enthusiastic re sponse. Others are standard stuff, with cosmetic changes to fool Irving into think ing they're really different than the ones that Julius manufactures.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0071.xml
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97
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Bel-Ray Company, Inc.
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Bel-Ray Company, Inc.
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0072.xml
article
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98,99,100
FEATURES
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HOW MUCH GOVERNMENT IS IN OUR FUTURE?
Those Gray-Faced Men Who Did So Much for High-Performance Cars Are Not—Repeat Not—Going to Do the Same for Motorcycles.
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Fred Gregory
The government's relationship with the automobile has been acrimonious and stormy, but it has chosen to treat the motorcycle with benign neglect. For the past 10 years, the feds have had the power to run the cycle makers through the emission and safety wringers much as they’ve done with the car boys.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0073.xml
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100
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Tandy Leather Co.
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Tandy Leather Co.
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0074.xml
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100
100
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Number 1 Products Inc.
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Number 1 Products Inc.
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CLYMER PUBLICATIONS
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CLYMER PUBLICATIONS
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DEPARTMENTS
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RACE WATCH
The Latest from Russ Darnell, More on the AMA MX Schedule, and Hanna Wins the Supercross Series Opener
LATEST FROM HONDA IN MOTOCROSS
RUSS DARNELL MOTOCROSS SCHOOL SCHEDULE
RUSS DARNELL MOTOCROSS SCHOOLS
WORLD ICE SPEEDWAY FINAL
THE PASSING OF DOUG SCHWERMA
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D. Randy Riggs
MR. PIBB SUPERBOWL OF MOTOCROSS SOUTH Twenty-year-old Bob Hannah started off the Supercross Series in the proper frame of mind and in the right manner by winning the series opening event on the manmade motocross in Atlanta Stadium, riding a Yamaha YZ250.
CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0077.xml
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MICHELIN FIRST
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MICHELIN FIRST
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0078.xml
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Yamaha: XS500
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Yamaha
XS500
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0079.xml
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Jardine
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Jardine
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0080.xml
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Conti Rubber Products, Inc.
RB2 Front
Conti Rubber Products, Inc.
K112 Rear
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0081.xml
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0082.xml
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SUZUKI: GT 500A
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SUZUKI
GT 500A
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0083.xml
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110
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VDO CYCLE INSTRUMENTS: Handlebar Gauges
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VDO CYCLE INSTRUMENTS
Handlebar Gauges
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0084.xml
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110
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CAPITAL CYCLE CORPORATION
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CAPITAL CYCLE CORPORATION
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0085.xml
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American Heart Association
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American Heart Association
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0086.xml
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Motorcycles Unlimited
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Motorcycles Unlimited
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0087.xml
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pro-tec
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pro-tec
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0088.xml
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HONDALINE: BriteStripe
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HONDALINE
BriteStripe
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0089.xml
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CRAWFORD HOUSE
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CRAWFORD HOUSE
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DEPARTMENTS
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THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT
HEADLIGHT TURN-OFF
AMAL CARB UPDATE
BMW BATTERY BOOST
KAWASAKI EXHAUST
YAMAHA XS750 TIPS
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Len Vucci
We welcome your technical questions or comments. We get an enormous amount of mail, but we attempt to answer as many letters as possible and we’ll publish those we think are of interest to our readers. We’ll also print some helpful hints and how-to’s reflecting frequently asked questions.
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UNI FILTER INC.
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UNI FILTER INC.
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0092.xml
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BG PRODUCTS, INC.
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BG PRODUCTS, INC.
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0093.xml
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American Heart Association
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American Heart Association
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0094.xml
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HONDALINE
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HONDALINE
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0095.xml
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PJ1: Fork Oil
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PJ1
Fork Oil
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0096.xml
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0097.xml
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0098.xml
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SUZUKI
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SUZUKI
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0099.xml
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K&N Engineering, Inc.
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K&N Engineering, Inc.
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0100.xml
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HONDA AND KAWASAKI PARTS & ACCESSORIES
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HONDA AND KAWASAKI PARTS & ACCESSORIES
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0101.xml
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0102.xml
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Vetter Fairing Company: Windjammer SS
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Vetter Fairing Company
Windjammer SS
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Harley-Davidson
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Harley-Davidson
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DITTO: Hooker Racing Jacket
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DITTO
Hooker Racing Jacket
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DODGE
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DODGE
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Kawasaki: KZ-200
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Kawasaki
KZ-200
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0107.xml
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HOWE ENGINEERED KALES CO.: Windkutter Mark IV
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HOWE ENGINEERED KALES CO.
Windkutter Mark IV
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Kawasaki
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Kawasaki
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DUNLOP
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DUNLOP
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PHANTOM RIDER
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PHANTOM RIDER
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D.LEWIS LTD
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D.LEWIS LTD
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Cycle World
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Ken Ross Inc.
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Ken Ross Inc.
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HONDA: MR175
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HONDA
MR175
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0115.xml
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Domi Racer DITRIBUTORS, Inc.
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Domi Racer DITRIBUTORS, Inc.
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POWROLL
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POWROLL
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SPINETTI’S
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SPINETTI’S
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MOTORCYCLE INDUSTRY COUNCIL,INC.
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MOTORCYCLE INDUSTRY COUNCIL,INC.
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Wiseco Piston, Inc.
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Wiseco Piston, Inc.
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SUPER SEER
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SUPER SEER
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CycleWorld_19770601_0016_006_0125.xml
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New Models & Products
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JT Racing. Dept
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JT Racing. Dept
"KEEP" THE PROBLEM AWAY
$1.95
Kable Keep by JT Racing eliminates any possibility of the front brake cable hanging up on fork crown bolts. Each Keep comes complete with instructions and all mount ing hardware necessary for easy installa tion. Universal-type mounting makes it easily' adaptable to any make motorcycle. The price is $1.95. You can order directly from JT Racing. Dept. CW-6, 303 W. 35th St.. Suite D. San Diego. Calif. 92050. Telephone: (714) 479-9696.
JT Racing. Dept
4-STROKE OIL
New Bel-Ray EXP 4-stroke motorcycle oil is formulated from the finest petroleum base stocks and is claimed to cut friction and increase power in all 4-stroke motors. EXP's detergent system fights sludge. var nish and combustion chamber deposits for cleaner engines. Bel-Ray says EXP mini mizes cylinder scuffing. ring sticking. and protects against rust and corrosion.
JT Racing. Dept
HARLEY TRANSMISSION COUNTERSHAFTS
Andrews Products announces their transmission countershafts for the Harley Davidson Sportster. These countershafts are direct replacement items, which fit all Sportsters from 1957-1977. Manufactured to specifications from a heat-treated alloy steel, these countershafts are claimed to be stronger than the stock items they replace. Every countershaft is 100 percent warran teed against defects in workmanship. For further information, write or call Andrews Products. Dept. CW-6, 9872 Far ragut. Rosemont, 111. 60018. Telephone: (312) 678-4014.
JT Racing. Dept
FAIRING FOR GS750
Vetter Fairing Company announces a new hardware kit to fit the Suzuki GS750. Windjammer ill fits more than 35 dif ferent motorcycles and comes in silver. white or black. The standard Wind-jam mer comes complete with 12-volt head light, clear windshield, side reflectors. completely illustrated instruction and all necessary hardware. Contact Vetter Fair ing Company. Dept. CW-6. Rantoul, Ill. 61866. Telephone: (217) 893-9300.
JT Racing. Dept
EXHAUST SYSTEM FOR SUZUKI
J&R Exhaust Systems has introduced their new Challenger system for the Suzuki GS750. The system comes with the J&R Retro-Flow mechanical baffle, which is within + I2db of 83db level. A glass pack silencer is also available. Features include an oil and filter which can be changed without removing the sys tem, and the center stand and side stand do not have to be removed. The system is said to increase performance and corner; ing clearance. Available in black or chrome, the system comes with gasket set and installation instructions. There is a 100 percent warranty against defects in mate rial or workmanship. For additional infor mation write to J&R Exhaust Systems. Dept. CW-6, 1967 N. Glassell, Orange. Calif. 92667. Telephone (714) 998-6410.
JT Racing. Dept
SIMON SAYS
$325
Lightweight forks for most popular late model motocross bikes including Suzuki RM. Husky. Honda and Yamaha. are now available from Simon Setup. The 1½-in, diameter fork tubes are claimed to be the largest on the market and to provide more rigidity per given weight. The materials are heat-treated 4130 steel alloy fork tubes. 4140 steel alloy axle, and forged triple clamps. 1 Simon's spring-air forks bolt on with no machining or fabrication necessary. The suggested retail price is $325 a pair. For further information write Simon Setup. a division of Dynamic Enterprises. Dept. CW-6, 2625-D Miller Ave.. Mountain View, Calif. 94040. or call (415) 948-3470.
JT Racing. Dept
ROT STOP
Advanced Cycle Products' Rot Stop is claimed to protect leather, rubber, vinyl and wood products from ozone, oxygen. and the ultraviolet rays of the sun. Available for $2.29 (8 oi.) or $2.98 (12 oz.) from Advanced Cycle Products, Inc., Dept. CW-6, 3633 W. MacArthur, Suite 410. Santa Ana, Calif. 92704. Telephone (714) 549-8707.
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Slipstream
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Reader Comment: “Every bike should be tested by average riders. If the experts only talk to the experts, it leaves us average riders wondering.” Editor’s reply: “Enclosed is a picture of Our Leader, taken during a recent test.”
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
Winston King
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
Winston 100's
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