Issue: 19830401

Friday, April 1, 1983
April
4
True
22
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
12/10/2014 8:32:51 PM

Articles
cover
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1,7
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0001.xml
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2,3,4,5
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HONDA
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HONDA
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0002.xml
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6
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B&W T Co.: KOOL ULTRA
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B&W T Co.
KOOL ULTRA
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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7
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CYCLE WORLD
TEST
APRIL FOOLS'
FEATURES
TECHNICAL_
PROFILE
EVALUATION
DEPARTMENTS_
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0004.xml
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8
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Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0005.xml
article
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9
DEPARTMENTS
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UP FRONT
A BOOB ON THE TUBE
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Allan Girdler
During the reign of that mass delusion known as Pop Art, one of its prophets said that thanks to the miracles of space age science and communication, every individual on the face of the earth would someday be world famous, that is, would appear on television for 15 minutes.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0006.xml
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10
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Kawasaki
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Kawasaki
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0007.xml
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10
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Advertisements
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S&S Performance Products
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0008.xml
masthead
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10
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0009.xml
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11
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METZELER
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METZELER
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0010.xml
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12
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FORD: V-6 RANGER
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FORD
V-6 RANGER
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0011.xml
article
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13,14,16,20,24
LETTERS
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LETTERS
A GOOD THING GOING
HELMET INFO
READER INFORMATION
HELP IN NEW YORK
OWN IDENTITY
CREDIT WHERE DUE
MONEY'S WORTH
HARLEY SPORT TWIN
HONDA PENTROOF
AUTOMATICALLY FASTER
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All right, you guys! What the hell’s going on? I’m referring to The Sunday Ride, Alice’s Restaurant by Bill Shiffmann. Being a Bay area boy, I’ve been taking Highway 35 from 92 to Santa Cruz for many a year, and I’ve enjoyed almost every trip.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0012.xml
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14
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Sears: DIEHard
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Sears
DIEHard
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0013.xml
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15
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VANCE & HINES
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VANCE & HINES
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0014.xml
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16
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Micronics International, Inc.: KING COBRA
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Micronics International, Inc.
KING COBRA
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0015.xml
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17
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Carlisle Tire & Rubber Company: CARLISLE
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Carlisle Tire & Rubber Company
CARLISLE
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0016.xml
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18,19
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HONDA
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HONDA
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0017.xml
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20
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ESPRIT
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ESPRIT
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0018.xml
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20
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AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS SCHOOL
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AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS SCHOOL
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0019.xml
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21
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SUPERTRAPP
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SUPERTRAPP
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0020.xml
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22,23
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NISSAN: DATSUN
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NISSAN
DATSUN
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0021.xml
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24
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Dyna Tour Corporation: KIWI
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Dyna Tour Corporation
KIWI
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0022.xml
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24
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CAPITAL CYCLE CORPORATION
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CAPITAL CYCLE CORPORATION
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0023.xml
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24
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THE SPORT SPOT
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THE SPORT SPOT
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0024.xml
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24
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Langlitz Leathers
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Langlitz Leathers
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0025.xml
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25
25
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Kawasaki
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Kawasaki
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0026.xml
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26
26,27
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.: Winston
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0027.xml
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28
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KONI
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KONI
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0028.xml
review
29
29
DEPARTMENTS
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NEW IDEAS
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BROOKS T-LINE LEATHER JACKETS
Brooks T-Line jackets feature T-81 Thinsulate insulated lining. The new material is thin, washable, and durable. Inch for inch, it’s claimed twice as warm as other synthetics or down. Two styles plus a vest are offered. For prices contact any Brooks dealer.
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GOGGLE FOAM OIL
$3.95
Keeping the dirt from filtering through the foam vents on goggles has been a major problem in years past. Terrycable has the solution, a special oil that’s dabbed into the foam vents before riding. The oil attracts dust and keeps it from entering the goggles and getting into the rider’s eyes. The oil is safe on your skin and doesn’t harm the plastic goggle frame or the foam filters. The oil and dirt can be easily washed from the foam with mild detergent between rides. A 4-oz. bottle goes for $3.95 from dealers or Terrycable Racing Products, 17336 Eucalyptus, Hesperia, Calif. 92345. Phone (714) 244-9351.
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MALCOLM SMITH PRO-RING CHAIN
$73.63
This O-ring chain is designed for open class motocrossers. The 520 chain features heavy-duty side links and nickle plating. Of course it can be used on smaller engines as well if weight is of no concern. It costs $73.63 from Malcolm Smith dealers.
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DECOSTER MX GLOVES
$26.95
These gloves have goatskin palms, foampadded backs, elastic joints and knit cuffs. Available in sizes 8, 9, 10 and 11 for $26.95 .Get them at local dealers.
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CYCLE-AM STADIUM GRIPS
$5.95
Cycle-Am’s new grips have two wire-tie grooves so they don’t move around or pull off during competition. They cost $5.95 in black, blue, green or yellow.
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BELL ROADSTAR HELMET
$110
Bell’s Roadstar features a handlaid fiberglass shell, a clear flip-up face shield with multi-position detent, closure snaps molded into the shell, recessed shield edges to reduce wind noise, foam-lined chin strap, brushed nylon interior and DOT and Z90.1 safety certifications. Price is $110 from Bell dealers.
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ESPRIT RAIN SUIT
$34.95
Esprit’s new rain suit is made of polyurethane coated nylon and all seams are heat sealed to prevent leaks. Sleeves and back are extra long and Velco fasteners ensure airproof sealing at the ankles, wrists and front. The two-piece suits are available in sizes from small through extra large in royal blue, black, yellow or orange. Price is $34.95 from local motorcycle dealers.
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0029.xml
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30,31,32,33,34,35
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Advertisements
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YAMAHA
Virago 500
YAMAHA
Midnight Maxim 700
YAMAHA
Midnight 50 Special
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0030.xml
article
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36,37
PROFILE:
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JIMMY FILICE
As a factory rider, Filice was Rookie of the Year. As a privateer, he expects to do better.
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William Schiffmann
For Jimmy Filice, the 1982 season was as bad as the 1981 season was good. And 1981 was very good. Filice began the season as a full member of Yamaha’s road racing team, while riding AMA dirt events for the factory-backed but not-quite official Roberts/Lawwill effort.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0031.xml
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37
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Jack Daniel Distillery Lem Motlow, Prop., Inc.,: Tennessee Whiskey
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Jack Daniel Distillery Lem Motlow, Prop., Inc.,
Tennessee Whiskey
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0032.xml
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38
38,39
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Continental
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Continental
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0033.xml
article
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40,43,44
DEPARTMENTS
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ROUNDUP
TRUCE IN AMA-FACTORIES SQUABBLE
THE HESKETH-NOT EXACTLY RESTING IN PEACE
CARPOOL LANES MAY OPEN UP FOR BIKES
CALIFORNIA, HERE WE COME
KAWASAKI ENTERS THE TOURING FRAY
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For a while, it looked like AMA-organized professional motocross was on the ropes. Major factories had pulled out of series long-ago committed to, non-negotiable demands were being made and a lawsuit had been filed by the AMA against some of its industry members.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0034.xml
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41
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Philip Morris Inc.: Marlboro
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Philip Morris Inc.
Marlboro
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0035.xml
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42
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Advertisements
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BELL
Roadstar
BELL
Tourstar S
BELL
Star LTD
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0036.xml
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45
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CHEVROLET: CHEVY S-10 BLAZER 4×4
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CHEVROLET
CHEVY S-10 BLAZER 4×4
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0037.xml
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46
46,47
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Advertisements
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SUZUKI
GR-650 Ibmpter
SUZUKI
GR-650X Tempter
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0038.xml
review
48
48,49,59,51,52,53,54,55
CYCLE WORLD TEST
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HONDA V65 MAGNA
From the Folks Who Brought Us VHD, TRAC, FOIL and CVCC Comes TBBYES (The Baddest Bike You’ve Ever Seen)
HONDA
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HONDA
V65 MAGNA
$3898
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The guy drove a ’57 Chevy, primer grey and jacked up with huge wide rear tires and a staggering idle punctuated by deepthroated bursts of rpm. He leaned out of his window at a stoplight, sneered at the kid on the brand-new Honda CB450 in the next lane and laughed, “This car turns elevens.” The year was 1970.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0039.xml
article
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56,57
TECHNICAL
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Project Ducati
Teaching an Old Duck New Tricks, as in Power! ...Speed! ...Performance!
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John Ulrich
Big Twins have their appeal. There’s a comfort in their large, well-spaced power pulses, a delight in their exhaust cadence, a mystique in their ability to cruise quickly at low rpm. Big Twins also have their limits. As sold for street use, Twins aren’t very quick, making less power and delivering less performance than smaller four-cylinder motorcycles.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0040.xml
review
58
58,59a,60,61,62,63
CYCLE WORLD TEST
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SUZUKI RM250
Are Minor Updates Enough to Keep the RM250 King?
SUZUKI
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SUZUKI
RM250
$2219
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Suzuki caught the other motocross manufacturers napping when they introduced the first Full-Floaters three model years ago. No other brand’s rear suspension came close to match ing the sheer smoothness and comfort of the Full-Floater.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0041.xml
review
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64,65,66,67,68
CYCLE WORLD TEST
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YAMAHA VISION SSO
A Stylish Fairing, a Fix for the Carbs, Some Suspension Tuning; Oh What a Difference a Year Makes.
Cornering is light and precise.
Sometimes you feel you could think the Vision into a turn.
YAMAHA
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YAMAHA
VISION 550
$3299
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What we’re dealing with here is one of those age-old, universal questions. Granted that it might not rank up there alongside “To be or not to be?” But then, how many people ever actually wondered whether they wanted to be? Or whether they preferred the alternative?
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0042.xml
article
69
69,70,71
APRIL FOOLS
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Consumer's Reunion
Transportation Appliance Of The Future? Discover The Truth As C.R. Tests Three Versions Of A Japanese import
MOTORCYCLES_
C.R. Discovers Two, Maybe Three Motorcycles You Should Own
Sport Model
Low-Rider
Standard Model
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Max Burns
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0043.xml
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72
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Advertisement: Dunlop
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Dunlop
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0044.xml
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73,74,75,76,77,78,79,80,81,82,83,84
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MOTORS HARLEY-DAVIDSON COMPANY: HARLEY OWNERS GROUP
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MOTORS HARLEY-DAVIDSON COMPANY
HARLEY OWNERS GROUP
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0045.xml
review
85
85
EVALUATION
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Motorcycle Jumper Cables
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$13.95,
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Several months ago Mr. Editor Girdler came up with what he fondly declared to be an original idea: because motorcycle batteries are a weak link in the system, and because car batteries and cables are large and powerful enough to endanger the bike’s components, and because the faddish factories are dispensing with the reliable kick lever for backing up the electric leg, why, what the world needs now is jumper cables for motorcycles.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0046.xml
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85
85
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Viking Ind.
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Viking Ind.
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0047.xml
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85
85
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COSMOPOLITAN MOTORS: MARZOCCHI
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COSMOPOLITAN MOTORS
MARZOCCHI
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0048.xml
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86,87
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Advertisement: DUNLOP
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DUNLOP
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0049.xml
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88
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0050.xml
article
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89,91,92
FEATURES
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RECYCLED CYCLES
A Treasury of Junkyards
CALIFORNIA
CONNECTICUT
COLORADO
FLORIDA
GEORGIA
INDIANA
MARYLAND
MASSACHUSETTS
MINNESOTA
NEVADA
NEBRASKA
NEW JERSEY
OKLAHOMA
OREGON
TEXAS
WASHINGTON
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Dee Winegardner
Contained by a corrugated metal fence, a mountain rises, sun spots and shadows, dull and bright, rust red and chrome silver. To some, a pile of junk. But to others, that heap of motorcycle frames and crankcases and sidecovers and carburetors and gas tanks means a spare engine for racing; a bike back on the road without waiting three weeks for an out-of-stock part to be ordered by a dealer; a restoration completed; a lost sidecover inexpensively replaced.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0051.xml
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90
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Nippondenso: ND
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Nippondenso
ND
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0052.xml
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93
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Nava
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Nava
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0053.xml
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94,95
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HONDA
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HONDA
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0054.xml
review
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96,97,98,99,100,101,102,103
CYCLE WORLD TEST
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SUZUKI XN85 TURBO
It’s Not the Turbocharger That Makes the XN85 So Sporty. It’s Everything Else.
It’s All Controlled By Common Sensors.
SUZUKI
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SUZUKI
XN85 TURBO
$4700
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Getting something for nothing may be part of the human dream. It’s certainly what makes Las Vegas and TV game shows successful. It's also what makes turbochargers so intriguing, that idea of getting something for nothing, turning wasted exhaust energy into more power at the rear tire.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0055.xml
review
104
104,105,106,107,108,109
CYCLE WORLD TEST
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KTM 250MXC
Six Speeds and Torque Make Big Hills Little Hills.
KTM
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KTM
250MXC
$2703
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When the last 250 KTM Enduro was tested, it arrived as one of seven enduro machines in a comparison test. Before the test began the KTM looked as though it would be the winner. Based on the KTM motocrosser, but with a big gas tank and lighting kit added on, the KTM enduro had the most suspension travel, a beautiful chrome-moly frame and hardware that could be sold as works of art. After six days of testing against the competition the orange and white bike didn’t stack up as well.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0056.xml
article
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110,111
FEATURES
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Breaking The Rules
Jeff Flaherty’s homemade motorcycle works better than it looks.
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Wade Roberts
Universal. For a few years now, motorcyclists have sniffed indignantly at the mere mention of the word. If they used it at all, it was with disdain, in a disparaging manner, as an insult. Universal has become a synonym for boring. For compromised.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0057.xml
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112,113
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KAWASAKI
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KAWASAKI
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0058.xml
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114
114
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Champion Spark Plug Company
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Champion Spark Plug Company
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0059.xml
article
115
115,116,118
TECHNICAL
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Gearing for the Best
GEARING CALCULATIONS
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Steve Anderson
When Mike Baldwin was racing a TZ750 he put double effort into his choices of gearing. First, he did the usual racer routine of working out the right sprockets for the engine and the track. Second, when he installed the sprockets of his choice he put them on backwards; the numbers showing how many teeth faced inward.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0060.xml
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117
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U.S. Optics
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U.S. Optics
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0061.xml
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119
119
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MICHELIN
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MICHELIN
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0062.xml
review
120
120
EVALUATION_
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Castre Thermal Lens Fog-Free Face Shield
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Face shields for open face helmets have undergone a lengthy development from flat pieces of acetate, to the bubble shield, to various flip-up and sliding face shields. Progress has come at each step along the way. Latest in this line is the Castre fogfree shield, a flip-up, double lens shield.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0063.xml
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120
120
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PACIFICO: SOUND-PAK
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PACIFICO
SOUND-PAK
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0064.xml
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121
121,122,123
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BMW
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BMW
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0065.xml
article
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124,128,129,130,131,132,136
DEPARTMENT
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RACE WATCH
Who’s Riding What In 1983; Bruce Hammer Founds John Woo Memorial Safety Project; Steve Wise Proves His Critics Wrong.
JON WOO
JON WOO MEMORIAL SAFETY PROJECT
WISE IS ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
SMITH/ASHCRAFT WIN FRONTIER 500
FORMULA TWO THE HARD WAY
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—John Ulrich
RACING IN 1983 The AMA Winston Pro Series becomes the Camel Pro Series, Suzuki and Yamaha scale back their U.S. road racing efforts, Eddie Lawson heads to Europe, and motocross gets one national champion—those are the headline stories for the 1983 racing season.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0066.xml
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125
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national cycle
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national cycle
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0067.xml
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126
126,127
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Advertisements
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Suzuki
GS-550E
Suzuki
GS-750E
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0068.xml
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129
129
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Derale
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Derale
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0069.xml
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129
129
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Wiseco
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Wiseco
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0070.xml
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130
130
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KRYPTONITE
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KRYPTONITE
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Maxi-Products,Inc.
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Maxi-Products,Inc.
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0072.xml
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0073.xml
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K & N
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K & N
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0074.xml
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0075.xml
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0076.xml
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XMOTO RACE: DAINESE
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XMOTO RACE
DAINESE
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0077.xml
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HONDA
SILVER
HONDA
SILVER
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0078.xml
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DEPARTMENT
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SERVICE
SABRE SPEEDOMETERS
H-2 EXPANSION CHAMBERS
KX PLUG FOULING
SERVICE FOR SEATS
RD350 TIPS
DUCATI PANTAH TIPS
BRAKE TESTS
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I have a 1982 Sabre and love it except for one problem. The 85 mph speedometer is useful only about two thirds of the time. Is there a way to modify it to read something more useful, like 125 or so? Dave Munsinger Mt. Prospect, III. It’s possible to substitute the tach and speedo assembly from the 1983 Sabre in the 1982 Sabre housing.
CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0079.xml
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KAL-GARD
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KAL-GARD
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0080.xml
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AMI INC.
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AMI INC.
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0081.xml
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LEATHER SPORTSWEAR,INC.: BROOKS
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LEATHER SPORTSWEAR,INC.
BROOKS
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0082.xml
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DRAG SPECIALTIES
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DRAG SPECIALTIES
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0083.xml
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IRC
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IRC
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0084.xml
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0085.xml
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0086.xml
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0087.xml
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0088.xml
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0089.xml
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DENNIS KIRK.
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DENNIS KIRK.
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0090.xml
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0091.xml
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LAVERDA
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LAVERDA
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0092.xml
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0093.xml
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0094.xml
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0095.xml
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0096.xml
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0097.xml
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0098.xml
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Cycle World
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Cycle World
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0099.xml
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DEPARTMENT
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SLIPSTREAM
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0100.xml
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SIMPSON
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0101.xml
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CAMEL
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CAMEL
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CycleWorld_19830401_0022_004_0102.xml