Issue: 19830601

Wednesday, June 1, 1983
June
6
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Monday, July 21, 2014
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Articles
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0001.xml
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2
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B&W T CO.: Kool
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B&W T CO.
Kool
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0002.xml
tableOfContents
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3
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0003.xml
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4
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CHEVROLET: CHEVY S-10 MAXI-CAB
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CHEVROLET
CHEVY S-10 MAXI-CAB
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0004.xml
article
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UP FRONT
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RICH AND FAMOUS
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Allan Girdler
Graduation time. June, the end of the school year, the quest for careers and jobs and all that. Even so, despite knowing that graduation season is followed by people looking for work, this call was different. Nice sounding young man, who gave his name and asked if I could spare a few minutes of my time to help him.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0005.xml
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6
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Neotech: GRAB ON
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Neotech
GRAB ON
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0006.xml
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6
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BMW of North America, Inc.
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BMW of North America, Inc.
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0007.xml
masthead
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6
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0008.xml
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7
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METZELER: ME 77
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METZELER
ME 77
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0009.xml
article
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8,10,14,17
LETTERS
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LETTERS
GOOD BUYS
CONSUMER'S REUNION
SOUPING THE SECA
THE BOOB TUBE
READER INFORMATION
ANOTHER SALE
HELP FOR PARTS
IN SEARCH OF THE FREE LUNCH
A SLIPSTREAM DAY
RIDER EDUCATION
INDIAN FANS
FAIR OPINION
ANOTHER RIP-OFF
RETIRED BLISS
ROLL ON TIMES
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In your March issue you mention the Suzuki 450E selling for $ 1500. I’d like to know what part of the country they’re being sold at this price because I’m retired and prices here are much higher. Charles Sharp Las Vegas, Nev. We would also like to know where $1500 1983 Suzuki 450s are available, because we can’t find any.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0010.xml
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9
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Criterion INSURANCE COMPANY
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Criterion INSURANCE COMPANY
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0011.xml
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10
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DERALE OIL COOLERS
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DERALE OIL COOLERS
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0012.xml
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10
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Motorcycle Mechanics Institiute
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Motorcycle Mechanics Institiute
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0013.xml
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11
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0014.xml
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12,13
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advertisements
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Suzuki
GR-650 Tempter
Suzuki
GR-650X Tempter
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0015.xml
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14
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K & N Engineering, Inc.
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K & N Engineering, Inc.
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0016.xml
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15
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ZIP-PENN INC.
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ZIP-PENN INC.
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0017.xml
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16
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MICHELIN
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MICHELIN
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0018.xml
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17
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ESPRIT
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ESPRIT
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0019.xml
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17
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BG Products,Inc.
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BG Products,Inc.
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0020.xml
review
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18
BOOK REVIEW
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MOTOCOURSE 1982-83
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Hazelton Publishing
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Hazelton Publishing
MOTOCOURSE 1982-83
$36.95
Wade Roberts
This is another in the series of very attractive, well-written, highly informative motorcycle roadracing annuals. What can you say? Except that it’s as good as the Motocourses that preceded it. It’s a valuable reference book. Fun to read.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0021.xml
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18
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The Weigl Co. Inc.
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The Weigl Co. Inc.
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0022.xml
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19
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Honda Motor Co.. Inc.
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Honda Motor Co.. Inc.
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0023.xml
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20,21
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NISSAN MOTOR CORPORATION
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NISSAN MOTOR CORPORATION
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0024.xml
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22
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Champion Spark Plug Company
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Champion Spark Plug Company
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0025.xml
article
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23,26
ROUNDUP
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THE GREAT TARIFF CONTROVERSY
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Although the actual effect of the Harley vs. Japanese tariff action won’t become clear until the 1984 model year, we now have enough of an outline to report the basic facts, the sides of the question and even a few vague predictions. History: Harley-Davidson filed for emergency relief against imported motorcycles.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0026.xml
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24,25
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Advertisements
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
'82 650 Nighthau'k
American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
'82 CM250 Custom
American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
'82 Silver Wing Interstate
American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
'82 CM450E
American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
'82 XL500R
American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
'82 450 Nighthau'k
American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
'82 Silver Wing
American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
'82 CM450 Custom
American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
'82 CB650
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0027.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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MOTORCYCLING: #24, GOING STRONG
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Motorcycling was the fifth fastest-growing sport in America during a three-year period ending in 1982, according to a nationwide poll on sports participation. Last year, some 12 million people participated in motorcycling, making it the 24th most popular sport, reported pollster A.C. Nielsen Co. In popularity, motorcycling ranked ahead of sailing (10.6 million participants), snowmobiling (8.5 million) and soccer (8 million).
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0028.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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BUT HOW WILL THEY CONSUMMATE IT?
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Thanks to an East Coast newspaper and a reader in Titusville, Fla., we have the story of a motorcyclist who says that he's going to marry his bike. Really. Fed up after two divorces and a bitter split with his girlfriend of four years, the man, who lives near Miami, decided to give up on women.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0029.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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MORE ON JUNKYARDS
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After the April issue went to press we received a directory of motorcycle salvage yards from the Motorcycle Industry Shopper. MIS is a trade publication offered to dealers that features service and parts listings. The directory has 22 pages of salvage operations nationwide and serves as a handy guide to the reader who might be looking for obsolete or used parts.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0030.xml
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CARLISLE: CARLISLE ARROW
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CARLISLE
CARLISLE ARROW
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0031.xml
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28,29
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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_19830601_0022_006_0032.xml
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30
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NAVA
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NAVA
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0033.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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SUZUKI SIGNS MOTOCROSS TRUCE
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As rumored, Suzuki has joined Honda in declaring a truce in the AMA-factories motocross squabble (Cycle World, April 1983). Suzuki announced its approval of AMA’s revised motocross format and schedule, and said it would participate in the 1983 series.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0034.xml
article
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31
ROUNDUP
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SAVE OUR AIR—BAN THE CATALYTIC CONVERTER
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In the wake of the adoption by the California Air Resources Board of emissions standards so tough that catalytic converters probably will have to be fitted to 1984-and-later motorcycles, comes this news: An environmental researcher has asked Congress to consider banning catalytic converters.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0035.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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ARIETE: FROM THE OTHER VILLA
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First thing we wanted to know, was why someone would go and name an off-road bike after the Mexican bandit-revolutionary. Strange, you know? Not really. Wrong Villa. Turns out it’s Francesco, Italian road race champion of the '60s, not Pancho, the scourge of the Rio Grande valley.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0036.xml
review
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EVALUATION
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Compac Pocket Shoppers
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Pocket Shoppers
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Ever gone to the store for a couple of staples, say, beer and chips, and walked out with two grocery sacks full of goodies? Who among us hasn't, right? No problem if you're four-wheeling. On your bike, though, it’s a different matter. Unless you have a pair of saddlebags permanently affixed to your bike, chances are that occasionally you'll be caught with a big load and nowhere to put it.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0037.xml
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32,33
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KERKER
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KERKER
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0038.xml
review
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EVALUATION
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Shoei Z-100
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Shoei
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Shoei
Z-100
$199
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This is the answer to the question: What do you get when you spend $200 for a street helmet. A lot, as it turns out. The list: Kevlar/fiberglass shell, DOT and Snell 80 approved; an opening big enough and wide enough to provide the wearer with almost-panoramic peripheral vision; a sturdy, thick (2mm) face shield that’s pre-curved for an easy fit; a seven-click mechanism that opens the shield with the push of a finger; and a nifty closing device that drops the shield quickly and neatly with a press of a button on the left side of the helmet.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0039.xml
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34
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Nitrous Oxide Systems, Inc.: NOS INJECTION
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Nitrous Oxide Systems, Inc.
NOS INJECTION
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0040.xml
article
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CYCLE WORLD TEST
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SUMMARY
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0041.xml
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35
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BMW of North America, Inc.
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BMW of North America, Inc.
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0042.xml
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36,37
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Kawasaki
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Kawasaki
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0043.xml
review
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DEPARTMENTS
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NEW IDEAS
CONTINENTAL SUPER TWINS
YAMAHA MUSIC’N MOTION STEREO SYSTEM
HYDRAULIC BRAKE BLEEDING KIT
HRP WORKSTAND
ATK FORK BRACE
CONTINENTAL
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CONTINENTAL
SUPER TWINS
Continental’s new Super Twins feature a wide, rounded profile, high-speed V-ratings and high-load carrying capacities. Prices vary according to size. Get them at most dealers.
CONTINENTAL
MUSIC’N MOTION STEREO SYSTEM
$329
Yamaha’s new stereo system places the speakers in the mirrors. A Toshiba KTS-3 Personal Stereo with FM tuners mounts over the bike’s steering head and features a quick release plug so the unit can be hand carried or taken indoors. The tuner also has a protective cover to keep it out of sight and bad weather. The really nice part of the whole system is being able to use it on bikes that aren’t equipped with fairings. Price is $329 at Yamaha dealers.
CONTINENTAL
HYDRAULIC BRAKE BLEEDING KIT
$27.30
Bleeding brakes has become more difficult now that many bikes have brakeactuated anti-dive fittings. The normal technique of pumping fluid through the lines may not be effective. This vacuum pump simplifies brake bleeding and does a better job. Instead of forcing fluid and air through the lines, this pulls the air out of the bleed holes. It also eliminates spilled fluid. It costs $27.30 at dealers, or contact Neward Enterprises, 9551 Archibald Ave., Cucamonga, Calif. 91730. Phone (714) 987-8975.
CONTINENTAL
HRP WORKSTAND
$69
Throw the milk crates away, there’s a better way. HRP's new workstand is constructed from T-6 aluminum and plastic, rated at 500 lb. load and fitted with a built-in tool tray. They go for $69 in all factory team colors. Check local dealers or contact HRP, P.O. Box 2109, Sun Valley, Idaho. Phone (208) 726-4343.
CONTINENTAL
ATK FORK BRACE
$69.95
This aluminum fork brace is designed to bolt on Japanese street bikes in less than 3 min. The parts are machined and polished and the center bridge adjusts to eliminate binding. It goes for $69.95 from ATK Leitner Corp., 2650-C Walnut Ave., Tustin, Calif. 92680. Phone (714) 731-5114.
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0044.xml
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Philip Morris Inc.: Marlboro
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Philip Morris Inc.
Marlboro
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0045.xml
review
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40,41,42,43,44,45
CYCLE WORLD TEST
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KAWASAKI GPz1100
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KAWASAKI
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KAWASAKI
GPz1100
$4499
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The competition has heated up since Kawasaki reinvented the modern high-performance Four a decade ago. Back then the 903cc Z-l stood alone, fast when the rider wanted speed, docile when the rider didn’t, and reliable all the while. It was the prototype of a new class, the 1000cc Superbikes, and it spawned a generation of pretenders to the throne.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0046.xml
article
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46,47,48,49
FEATURE
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“I was a little nutty, of course."
The story behind motorcycling’s most famous picture.
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Jerry Hatfield
Rollie Free never got old. He began riding motorcycles in the early Twenties. He was a racer, a tuner, a dealer. He rode Harleys, Aces and Indians, Singles, Twins and Fours, and in his spare time he twice drove in the Indy 500. He was active for four decades.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0047.xml
review
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50,51,52,53,54
CYCLE WORLD TEST
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YAMAHA IT490K
Yamaha introduces the do-it-yourself bullet.
YAMAHA
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YAMAHA
IT490K
$2249
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With all the variety in big bore dirt bikes, there have been some surprising gaps in the class. Sure, there are two-strokes and four-strokes, motocrossers and enduro bikes and even a couple of special desert models with long-travel suspension and big gas tanks, but something was missing, too.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0048.xml
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SIMPSON
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SIMPSON
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0049.xml
article
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56,60,61,108,109
TECHNICAL
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JOCKEYING FOR NUMBERS
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Drag strip elapsed time, otherwise known as the original E.T., has in recent years become a yardstick of motorcycle performance. At first E.T. was reserved for those who spoke drag racing jargon. Then, because numbers are easily explained and understood, the magazines began listing strip performance right along with top speed and miles per hour, because everybody who'd been to the drags knew what the letters meant and everybody who cared about performance had been to the drag strip.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0050.xml
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57,58,59
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Philip Morris Inc.: Players Kings
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Philip Morris Inc.
Players Kings
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0051.xml
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62,63
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DUNLOP
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DUNLOP
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0052.xml
article
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64,65
DAYTONA '83
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Big enough to do the job.
With a big-bore kit in his tractor motor, Kenny Roberts wins the Daytona 200 enduro.
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Three laps into the Daytona 200, Kenny Roberts was fighting not for the lead, but for control, his Yamaha sliding sideways on the banking at 180 mph. He’d planned to run the 200 miles as the endurance race it is, and his plan hadn’t included trouble, again.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0053.xml
article
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DAYTONA '83
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Fast enough to do the job.
Freddie Spencer and the Honda Interceptor overwhelm the Superbike competition.
HOW DO The 750s Compare
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John Ulrich
Freddie Spencer won the Daytona Superbike race, which ran pretty much the way it would have if Freddie had written the script. Freddie rode a superbike based on the VF750F Interceptor, and so did second-place Mike Baldwin, third-place Dave Aldana and fifth-place John Bettencourt.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0054.xml
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68,69
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0055.xml
article
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70
DAYTONA '83
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Return of the native.
The Battle of the Twins goes to Jay Springsteen and the Harley XR1000.
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Allan Girdler
Officially Daytona's Battle of the Twins took place on Friday, and Jay Springsteen and the GP version of the XR1000 gave Harley-Davidson its first win at the speedway since 1969. Actually, the battle took place during Thursday practice.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0056.xml
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71
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NIPPONDENSO OF LOS ANGELES, INC.
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NIPPONDENSO OF LOS ANGELES, INC.
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0057.xml
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72,73
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Advertisements
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Suzuki
GS-550E
Suzuki
GS-750E
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0058.xml
review
74
74,75,76,77,78
CYCLE WORLD TEST
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YAMAHA XV500 VIRAGO
The pleasures of a middleweight Twin, the price of looking like a big Twin.
YAMAHA
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YAMAHA
XV500 VIRAGO
$2299
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When the Virago 500 began its trip down the drawing boards, Yamaha’s designers must have figured the task was more like play, a working vacation perhaps. The original Virago was a 750, an air-cooled V-Twin with shaft drive and full cruiser treatment, as in stepped seat, small tank and high bars.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0059.xml
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79
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BMW of North America, Inc.
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BMW of North America, Inc.
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0060.xml
review
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80,81,82,83
CYCLE WORLD TEST
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KAWASAKI KX500
It looks like last year’s factory racer, but something got lost in the translation.
KAWASAKI
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KAWASAKI
KX500
$2399
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Kawasaki is famous for many things but building open class motocross bikes isn’t one of them. The big green machines somehow haven’t been a match for the others in the class, in fact the 1981 models were so far behind the factory took model year 1982 off: no production bikes, instead they built a prototype with all new everything and ran it in national races.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0061.xml
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84
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DUNLOP
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DUNLOP
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0062.xml
article
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85,87,88,91
FEATURE
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CLUB UPDATE
Finding the club for you.
MAKES/MODELS
ANTIQUES/ CLASSICS
NATIONAL
REGIONAL
RACING ORGANIZATIONS
CANADIAN ORGANIZATIONS
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Dee Winegardner
Here it is, uncut, uncensored, direct from the clubhouses and garages of America, the most complete listing of clubs for motorcyclists ever produced. By now we're getting better at this. In the last couple of years we've accumulated the names and addresses of dozens of clubs.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0063.xml
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86
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DENNIS KIRK
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DENNIS KIRK
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0064.xml
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89
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Dairyland County Mutual Insurance Company
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Dairyland County Mutual Insurance Company
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0065.xml
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90
90
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national cycle
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national cycle
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0066.xml
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91
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ACTION ENGINEERING
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ACTION ENGINEERING
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0067.xml
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91
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INTER-GUARD CORPORATION
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INTER-GUARD CORPORATION
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0068.xml
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92,93
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Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0069.xml
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RACEWATCH
More inside info from Daytona, including Supercross, F-2 and pit notes; Vance sets Pro Stock Records on a Honda, then parks it; Freddie Spencer wins 1983’s first Grand Prix
VANCE & HINES HONDA SETS PRO STOCK RECORDS
VANCE PARKS RECORDSETTING HONDA
RIDER STRIKE CALLED OFF
SPENCER WINS FIRST GRAND PRIX
THE DONNIE CANTALOUPI SCHOOL OF ROADRACING
NETO FIRST IN DAYTONA F-2
DAY TONA 200 NOTES
BALDWIN WINS TALLEDEGA SUPERBIKE RACE
HANNAH WINS DAYTONA SUPERCROSS
HANNAH LEADS SUPERCROSS SERIES
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Terry Vance rode a Byron Hines-prepared CB1100F Honda to victory at the first NMRA Pro Stock race of the 1983 season, in Gainesville, Florida. Vance's first pass on the bike, which never set a wheel on pavement before the event, produced an 8.42 sec. E.T. Vance set both ends of the NMRA Pro Stock record with his best pass, turning 8.40 sec. at 156.79 mph.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0070.xml
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95
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Bridgestone Tire Company of America, Inc.
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Bridgestone Tire Company of America, Inc.
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0071.xml
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96,97
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HONDA
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HONDA
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0072.xml
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99
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KING COBRA
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KING COBRA
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0073.xml
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100
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0074.xml
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101
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VANCE & HINES
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VANCE & HINES
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0075.xml
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101
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AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS SCHOOL
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AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS SCHOOL
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0076.xml
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102,106,107
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SERVICE
OIL-SPITTING KAWASAKI
EASIER PISTON INSTALLATION
WATER VS. AIR-COOLING
OIL COOLER?
BIGGER 650 KAWASAKI
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About six months ago I purchased a new 1980 Kawasaki KDX250. I love everything about it, especially the power, except one thing bothers me. It spits lots of black exhaust oil onto the back fender and all over me. I leaned it out one notch but that didn’t help.
CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0077.xml
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103
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Autolite
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Autolite
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0078.xml
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104,105
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0079.xml
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106
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Kawasaki
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Kawasaki
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0080.xml
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106
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American Motorcyclist Association
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American Motorcyclist Association
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0081.xml
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106
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AMERICAN MARINE INSTITUTE
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AMERICAN MARINE INSTITUTE
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0082.xml
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107
107
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KAL.GARD: SMOOTH STROKE
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KAL.GARD
SMOOTH STROKE
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0083.xml
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108
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0084.xml
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0085.xml
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110,111,112,113
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CW SHOWCASE
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0086.xml
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0087.xml
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Advertisement: CYCLE WORLD
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0088.xml
article
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114
DEPARTMENTS
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SLIPSTREAM
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0089.xml
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115
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FORD
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FORD
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0090.xml
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116
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY: Camel Lights
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
Camel Lights
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CycleWorld_19830601_0022_006_0091.xml