Issue: 19890701

Saturday, July 1, 1989
July
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Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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Articles
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0001.xml
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Philip Morris Inc.: MENTHOL Alpine
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Philip Morris Inc.
MENTHOL Alpine
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0002.xml
tableOfContents
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0003.xml
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Arai HELMET: SIGNET
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Arai HELMET
SIGNET
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0004.xml
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SUZUKI: Katana 1100
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SUZUKI
Katana 1100
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0005.xml
masthead
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0006.xml
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GNB Incorporated: SUPER CRANK
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GNB Incorporated
SUPER CRANK
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0007.xml
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AMERICAN MOTORCYCLIST ASSOCIATION
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AMERICAN MOTORCYCLIST ASSOCIATION
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0008.xml
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COLUMNS
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UP FRONT
Adventures in riding
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David Edwards
THIS TIME, I WAS HAND-IN-THE-cookie-jar, lock-him-up-and-throw-away-the-key guilty. Not only had I just executed a blatantly felonious pass on a dawdling Dodge van, but I’d done it in plain view of a California Highway Patrol officer and, worse, the motorcycle I’d done it on wasn’t even legal on U.S.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0009.xml
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BMG MUSIC SERVICE
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BMG MUSIC SERVICE
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0010.xml
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COLUMNS
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AT LARGE
Earthquakes in dealerland
Steven L. Thompson
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ONCE, I’D HAVE CONSIDERED A MOtorcycle dealership like Tyson and Stav Rose’s a common enough sort of place in the two-wheeled world. A mom-and-pop shop, full of good humor, free coffee, a dog named Hector and the guarantee of good company in the form of customers who stopped into the shop just to hang around, swap stories and maybe learn something about motorcycles, roads, destinations and people.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0011.xml
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MICHELIN: HI-TOUR
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MICHELIN
HI-TOUR
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0012.xml
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.: Pacific Coast
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Pacific Coast
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0013.xml
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ARMY
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ARMY
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0014.xml
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COLUMNS
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LEANINGS
Leading the witness
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Peter Egan
IF MY FRIENDLY EMPLOYERS SHOULD someday see the light and fire me from journalism, there’s a chance I could take up an alternate career in law. Specifically, courtroom law. Perry Mason stuff—you've seen it— where relentless, clever questioning causes beads of sweat to pop out on the upper lip of the witness, just before he suddenly stands up and shouts a confession to the entire courtroom.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0015.xml
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Yamaha Motor Corporation
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Yamaha Motor Corporation
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0016.xml
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Continental: CONTI BLITZ
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Continental
CONTI BLITZ
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0017.xml
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LETTERS
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LETTERS
D-P dreaming
Price wars
Two-bike trouble
Reader Information
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I have to agree with Peter Egan’s April column, “Ten Percenters.” Dual-purpose bikes have taken a turn for the worse! Why can sport-bikes, cruisers, motocrossers, etc., keep getting better, while dual-purpose bikes keep getting more and more street-oriented?
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0018.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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Shobert Fights Back
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Camron E. Bussard
THREE-TIME U.S. GRAND NAtional Champion Bubba Shobert's racing career remains in jeopardy after a tragic, post-race crash at the Laguna Seca U.S. Grand Prix (see “Top Ten,”pg.50). Shobert, 28, was flown unconscious from the track to the San Jose (California) Medical Center and treated for severe head injuries, a broken right thumb and a fractured left scapula.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0019.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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BMW to Build Boxer Superbike?
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Alan Cathcart
SOME THINGS STAY THE SAME for so long that people expect them never to change. Take the BMW Boxer Twins, for example. A paragon of tradition and simplicity, the engine has gone virtually untouched for years. So, the rumors that BMW has stepped up its development of an eight-valve, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected version of its 1000cc Boxer Twin comes as a surprise to many.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0020.xml
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ROUNDUP
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Turning Today's ZX-4 Into Tomorrow's ZX-6
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KAWASAKI’S ORIGINAL NINJA 600 fired the first shot in the 600cc sportbike wars back in 1985. The class quickly became one of the most hotly contested in all of motorcycling, as each of the manufacturers tried to outdo each other. This year’s big news was Yamaha’s blockbuster FZR600; but if what’s happening in Japan is any indication, that particular Yamaha may already be well on its way to obsolescence.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0021.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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QUICK RIDE
MATCHLESS G80 The classic British Single reborn?
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Jon F. Thompson
TRUE BELIEVERS IN THE GOSpel of the British bike may find cause for rejoicing: The famed flying M, symbol of Matchless-a grand old name in motorcycling founded in 1899 by brothers Harry and Charles Collier, and in production until 1969-once again graces the tank of a British motorcycle.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0022.xml
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Lorillard, Inc.: Newport
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Lorillard, Inc.
Newport
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0023.xml
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ROUNDUP
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CW 25 YEARS AGO July, 1964
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David Edwards
WHEN I LEAF THROUGH A 25-year-old magazine, it’s the advertisements that get most of my attention. Cycle World's July, 1964, edition is no exception. The first ad is for Velocette, the British company that made the classically styled, single-cylinder Venom, which the copy says could be had, with fairing and fish-tail muffler, for the sum of $1095.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0024.xml
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ROUNDUP
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DESTINATIONS
Taverna del Pescatore
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Alan Cathcart
ENJOYING ITALY’S WEALTH OF regional cuisine is an integral part of my visits there to sample that country’s latest in two-wheeled hardware. Somehow, whenever I strap the prova (test) license plate onto a new Bimota, Ducati, Benelli or Guzzi, there’s a subconscious autopilot ready to take over and direct me to the Taverna del Pescatore in the tiny, medieval village of Casteldimezzo, perched high atop a hill overlooking the Adriatic Sea in one direction and the Appentine mountains in the other.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0025.xml
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SUZUKI: RMX250
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SUZUKI
RMX250
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0026.xml
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Advertisement: Chevy S-10
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Chevy S-10
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0027.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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UPS AND DOWNS
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UP: To Minnesota Congressman James Oberstar and West Virginia Senator Jay Rockefeller, both of whom want to make sure that America’s riders and drivers have attractive alternatives to interstate-highway travel. Both men, an American Motorcyclist Association report says, are in support of a nation-wide system of “Scenic Byways.” The proposed plan of designated backroads came about as a result of a 1986 study for the President’s Commission on Americans, which showed that nearly half of all American adults enjoy driving as a favorite recreational pastime.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0028.xml
review
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28,29,30,31,32,33
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A BIKE WE DESERVE
Honda's world-class CBR1000 isn't coming to America. Not yet, at least.
Honda
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Honda
CBR1000
DAVID EDWARDS
"AYE, TIS A SMART BEEK YER GOT THARE." I COULD barely fathom the workman’s bunker-thick, northern-English accent, but after he repeated the phrase, I understood. And he was right: The bike I was on was exceptionally good-looking. More than that, though, the “beek,” a 1989 Honda CBR1000, is the best big sportbike in the world.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0029.xml
review
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34,35,36,37,38,39
CW COMPARISON TEST
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KINGS OF THE HILL!
Comparing the Kawasaki Ninja and Suzuki Katana: two sport-tourers that offer practicality as well as performance
EDITORS' CHOICE
KAWASAKI
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KAWASAKI
NINJA 750
$5249
KAWASAKI
KATANA 750
$5299
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DO YOU REMEMBER PLAYING THE CHILDHOOD GAME King of the Hill? As you played, you quickly learned that becoming King was fun, but that once you made it to the top, everyone else was looking to knock you off. Well, that’s precisely what Kawasaki has found.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0030.xml
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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_19890701_0028_007_0031.xml
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SIMPSON MOTORCYCLE
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SIMPSON MOTORCYCLE
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0033.xml
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United States Grand Prix
There are over 40,000,000 motorcyclists in the world. One Sunday at Laguna Seca Raceway, these were the TOP 10
1ST Place ... Wayne Rainey
Racing to learn becomes racing to win
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Jon F. Thompson
THE 1989 UNITED STATES Grand Prix was a race Wayne Rainey wanted. And it was a race he got, although a bizarre cool-off-lap crash that seriously injured his good friend and fellow racer Bubba Shobert turned what should have been a joyous victory into one that was, at best, bittersweet.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0034.xml
article
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United States Grand Prix
There are over 40,000,000 motorcyclists in the world. One Sunday at Laguna Seca Raceway, these were the TOP 10
2ND Place ... Kevin Schwantz
His mind lingers on points, but his heart lusts for speed
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Camron E. Bussard
FREDDIE SPENCER'S PIT CREW leaned over the wall and stared in disbelief as Kevin Schwantz slid both wheels of his Suzuki to the outside of Laguna Seca’s sharp Turn Eleven. As Schwantz twisted the throttle, the bike skidded closer to the haybales on the outside of the track, shook its head and roared past the pits, its front wheel waggling a foot off the ground.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0035.xml
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United States Grand Prix
There are over 40,000,000 motorcyclists in the world. One Sunday at Laguna Seca Raceway, these were the TOP 10
3RD Place ... Eddie Lawson
For a champion, only first place is good enough
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Ron Lawson
EDDIE LAWSON WASN’T SMILing after the 1989 USGP. The race didn't at all go according to plan. At least, it didn’t fall into place like the 1988 race had. Last year, Laguna Seca couldn't have been any sweeter, with Lawson sweeping to an effortless win in front of thousands of adoring fans.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0036.xml
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United States Grand Prix
There are over 40,000,000 motorcyclists in the world. One Sunday at Laguna Seca Raceway, these were the TOP 10
4TH Place ... Kevin MaGee
From bad to worse
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Jon F. Thompson
KEVIN MAGEE STOOD OUTSIDE the Team Roberts Lucky Strike pit the Friday before the 1989 United States Grand Prix, kicked his toe at the pavement and frowned, clearly unhappy at the memory of the 1988 USGP. That was a race in which he traveled just one lap before a problem with his bike's fuel system ended his ride.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0037.xml
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United States Grand Prix
There are over 40,000,000 motorcyclists in the world. One Sunday at Laguna Seca Raceway, these were the TOP 10
5TH Place ... Niall Mackenzie
As smooth as Scotland's best 12-year-old blends
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Camron E. Bussard
WITH CURRENT CHAMPION Eddie Lawson and returning champion Freddie Spencer getting all the pre-season attention, it went almost without notice that Scotsman Niall Mackenzie made a switch, as well. He jumped from the HB Honda team to become Spencer's teammate at Marlboro Yamaha.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0038.xml
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United States Grand Prix
There are over 40,000,000 motorcyclists in the world. One Sunday at Laguna Seca Raceway, these were the TOP 10
6TH Place ... Christian Sarron
Trying his best but taking no chances
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Jon F. Thompson
AFTER FINISHING FOURTH IN the world championship standings last year, Christian Sarron has two simple goals for this racing season: improve his overall standing and win at least one grand prix. But that win wouldn’t come at Laguna Seca.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0039.xml
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United States Grand Prix
There are over 40,000,000 motorcyclists in the world. One Sunday at Laguna Seca Raceway, these were the TOP 10
7TH Place ... Pier Francesco Chili
Goals fulfilled and unfulfilled
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Jon F. Thompson
PIER FRANCESCO CHILI (PROnounced KEE-lee) had two goals for the United States Grand Prix, one spoken and the other not. The first was to finish the race in at least fifth place, a goal left unfulfilled, but not by much; he finished seventh.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0040.xml
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United States Grand Prix
There are over 40,000,000 motorcyclists in the world. One Sunday at Laguna Seca Raceway, these were the TOP 10
8TH Place ... Michael Doohan
Under pressure
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Ron Lawson
TRY, FOR JUST A MOMENT, TO imagine the pressure that Michael Doohan must feel. There are only so many factory motorcycles on the GP trail, and there’s a whole world of fast riders. Out of them all, he’s the man Roth-man’s Honda chose to be teammate to current World Champion Eddie Lawson and former World Champion Wayne Gardner for 1989.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0041.xml
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DONELSON CYCLES, INC.
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DONELSON CYCLES, INC.
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0042.xml
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CHAPARRAL
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CHAPARRAL
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0043.xml
article
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United States Grand Prix
There are over 40,000,000 motorcyclists in the world. One Sunday at Laguna Seca Raceway, these were the TOP 10
9TH Place ... Bubba Shobert
In the right place, but at the wrong time
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Camron E. Bussard
BUBBA SHOBERT WAS GIVING Randy Mamola fits. In a battle for ninth that would last until Mamola went out with engine problems, Shobert and Mamola traded positions lap after lap. At times it was as if the more experienced and seasoned Cagiva-mounted Mamola was giving Shobert an on-the-track racing lesson as they carved their way around the track.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0044.xml
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United States Grand Prix
There are over 40,000,000 motorcyclists in the world. One Sunday at Laguna Seca Raceway, these were the TOP 10
10TH Place ... Dominique Sarron
Learning it all again
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Ron Lawson
IT’S DIFFICULT ENOUGH LEARNING the tricks and secrets of the GP world once. Dominique Sarron, younger brother of GP veteran Christian Sarron, had to learn them twice. That’s because he started off in the 250 class and was a fixture there for three years.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0045.xml
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Advertisement: CYCLE WORLD
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0046.xml
article
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RACE WATCH
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WORMS!
You can call'em worms, you can call'em sidecars; we'll just call 'em exciting.
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JON F. THOMPSON
WORMS-WEIRD OUT-board-wheeled Racing MutantS, otherwise known as the World Championship of Sidecars—came to America as part of this year’s United States Grand Prix show at Laguna Seca in April. The race itself was a bit of a runaway: World Champion driver Steve Webster and passenger Tony Hewitt passed Swiss twins Markus and Urs Egloff for the lead on the ninth lap of the 30-lap event and rode off into the distance without challenge, the Egloffs ultimately finishing a distant third behind Alain Michel and passenger Jean-Marc Fresc, both of France.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0047.xml
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Vance & Hines: Supersport Exhaust System
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Vance & Hines
Supersport Exhaust System
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0048.xml
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PIRELLI: MP7 Sport
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PIRELLI
MP7 Sport
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0049.xml
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0050.xml
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e-z wider
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e-z wider
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0051.xml
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Motorcycle Accessory Warehouse
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Motorcycle Accessory Warehouse
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0052.xml
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KERKER: Exhaust Systems
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KERKER
Exhaust Systems
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0053.xml
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RACE WATCH
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WHITE KNUCKLES ON A WILD WORM
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Doug Toland
HO-LY S_ _T!" I YELLED IN side my helmet. I knew I was in for a wild ride, but I hadn't expected anything like this. I mean, there we were, darting and skittering on the outer edge of control as we rocketed out of a 100-mph sweeper, my butt dangling only a fraction of an inch above the asphalt blurring past beneath us, my fingers clamped around the grab handles like 10 pairs of Vise-grips.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0054.xml
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Motorcycle Price Club
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Motorcycle Price Club
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0055.xml
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66
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Kryptonite Corp.: Kryptonite Motorcycle Cable Lock
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Kryptonite Corp.
Kryptonite Motorcycle Cable Lock
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0056.xml
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DIVERS ACADEMY OF THE EASTERN SEABOARD, INC.
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DIVERS ACADEMY OF THE EASTERN SEABOARD, INC.
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0057.xml
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AMI
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AMI
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0058.xml
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BEL-RAY: SV4
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BEL-RAY
SV4
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0059.xml
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CRUTCHFIELD
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CRUTCHFIELD
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0060.xml
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Dunlop Tire Corporation: K591 ELITE SP
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Dunlop Tire Corporation
K591 ELITE SP
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0061.xml
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DENNIS KIRK.
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DENNIS KIRK.
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0062.xml
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U.S. TSUBAKI, Inc.
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U.S. TSUBAKI, Inc.
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0063.xml
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Motorcycle Mechanics Institute
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Motorcycle Mechanics Institute
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0064.xml
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SUZUKI: Katana 750
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SUZUKI
Katana 750
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0065.xml
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MOTO GUZZI: MOTO GUTSY
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MOTO GUZZI
MOTO GUTSY
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0066.xml
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AGV USA
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AGV USA
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0067.xml
article
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RACE WATCH
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Clipboard
Four for four
Freddie no-show
Golden Filice
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Nobody in racing is having a better year than John Kocinski. So far in 1989, Kocinski has entered four races, and so far he has four wins. These haven’t been just any races, either; they’ve been against the toughest competition in the world. The first two had America’s best riders, in Daytona’s 250 GP (a U.S.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0068.xml
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VANCE & HINES
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VANCE & HINES
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0069.xml
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Advertisement: USGP SHIRTS
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USGP SHIRTS
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CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0070.xml
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K&N Engineering , Inc.: FILTERCHARGER
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K&N Engineering , Inc.
FILTERCHARGER
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0071.xml
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75
75
[no value]
[no value]
Competition Accessories, Inc.
[no value]
Competition Accessories, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0072.xml
article
76
76,77
DEPARTMENTS
[no value]
SERVICE
Fork stress
Chain or shaft
XT550 shock
A reader fix
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
I have a 1978 Harley Sportster with 6-inch extended forks. One of the fork seals is starting to leak and needs to be replaced. My dealer said I should remove the extended fork because of what he claimed was added stress to the fork bushings due to the longer fork legs.
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0073.xml
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76
76
[no value]
[no value]
SPECTRO OILS OF AMERICA: GOLDEN SPECTRO 4
[no value]
SPECTRO OILS OF AMERICA
GOLDEN SPECTRO 4
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0074.xml
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77
77
[no value]
[no value]
American Heart Association
[no value]
American Heart Association
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0075.xml
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77
77
[no value]
[no value]
ANDERSON’S SALES
[no value]
ANDERSON’S SALES
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0076.xml
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77
77
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0077.xml
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78
78,79,80,81
[no value]
[no value]
CYCLE WORLD SHOWCASE
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0078.xml
article
82
82
DEPARTMENTS
[no value]
SLIPSTREAM
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0079.xml
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83
83
[no value]
[no value]
METZELER: COMP K
[no value]
METZELER
COMP K
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0080.xml
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84
84
[no value]
[no value]
R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.: MAGNA
[no value]
R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
MAGNA
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_19890701_0028_007_0081.xml