Issue: 19940401

Friday, April 1, 1994
April
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Tuesday, August 26, 2014
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Articles
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0001.xml
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2,3
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GM Corp.: Chevy S-Series ZR2
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GM Corp.
Chevy S-Series ZR2
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0002.xml
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4
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U.S. Tobacco Co.: SKOAL
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U.S. Tobacco Co.
SKOAL
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0004.xml
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6,7
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BMW
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BMW
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0005.xml
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8
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sbs
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sbs
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0006.xml
masthead
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0007.xml
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9
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DRAG SPECIALTIES
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DRAG SPECIALTIES
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0008.xml
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10,11
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Kawasaki: VULCAN 88
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Kawasaki
VULCAN 88
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0009.xml
article
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UP FRONT
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Higher standards
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David Edwards
THE SUBJECT FOR TODAY IS STANDARD-style motorcycles; more precisely, the U.S.’s lack of same. Five years ago, this magazine called for a new kind of standard, a bike that had a powerful engine, modern suspension, front-line brakes and suitable sticky tires, but one that wasn’t as intense-in riding position, amount of bodywork or purchase price-as a repli-racer sportbike.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0010.xml
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USA-ARMY
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USA-ARMY
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0011.xml
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LEANINGS
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Should you buy a German bike?
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Peter Egan
WELL HERE WE GO AGAIN; ANOTHER complex and difficult psychological exam. Some readers may remember a couple of previous columns from recent years, provocatively titled “Should you buy a British bike?” and “Should you buy an Italian bike?
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0012.xml
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15
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DENNIS KIRK.
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DENNIS KIRK.
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0013.xml
article
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TDC
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Class struggles
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Kevin Cameron
WHY DO WE CLASS MOTORCYCLES BY engine displacement? Easy answer: It lets advertisers say things like “Fastest (or Lightest, Sweetest-Smelling, etc.) 600 on the market.” Historically, we might find the importance of displacement derives from the weakness of governments for taxation.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0014.xml
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Budweiser
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Budweiser
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0015.xml
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18,19
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HONDA
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HONDA
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0016.xml
article
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LETTERS
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LETTERS
Standard-issue GTS
Cruise-off comments
Triple threat
AAA alternative
Reader Information
Re“volt”ing ES21
Politically incorrect
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One big reason Yamaha’s innovative GTS 1000 sits on the shelf (see “Brilliant But Unsold,” CW, February, 1993), at least in the U.S., is because it looks silly. Many riders in the 35-and-older age group who may have reached the income level where they can contemplate sinking $15,000 into one motorcycle remember when Triumphs, Nortons and other bikes were styled around their essential mechanical components-not an added-on plastic skin.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0017.xml
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EDELWEISS BIKE TRAVEL
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EDELWEISS BIKE TRAVEL
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0018.xml
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HONDA
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HONDA
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0019.xml
review
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DEPARTMENTS
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NEW IDEAS
CUSTOM CHROME AKRONT WHEELS
AUTO METER TIRE PRESSURE GAUGE
SHOEI VF-X FLASH
GENUINE FISHER VIBRATION DAMPER
HIGASHI SLIP-ON SILENCERS
GERARD DESIGN HELMET STICKER KITS
Performance Products
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Performance Products
CUSTOM CHROME AKRONT WHEELS
$350
Customizing your Harley-Davidson? Why not try a set of Akront rims and wheel assemblies from Custom Chrome (16100 Jacqueline Ct., Morgan Hill, CA 95037; 800/729-3332)? The polished, 6051 T-6 aluminum rims are laced to steel hubs (aluminum is also available) with either stainless-steel, polished-stainless or chromed-steel spokes. Various rim diameters are available, with widths ranging from 2.15 to 5.5 inches. Prices for the Custom Chrome Akront rims and wheel assemblies start at $350.
Performance Products
AUTO METER TIRE PRESSURE GAUGE
$18
One of the most important, and often overlooked, elements of motorcycle maintenance is tire-pressure adjustment. Auto Meter’s model 2343 tire-pressure gauge reads up to 60 psi and retains the last measurement taken until the pressure is manually released, says the manufacturer. It costs $18 and can be purchased from Cycle Performance Products (2724 Spring Garden Rd., Winston-Salem, NC 27106; 919/722-1407).
Performance Products
SHOEI VF-X FLASH
$570
Shoei’s premier off-road helmet is the VF-X Flash, a Snell M90-approved fiberglass/Kevlar/carbon-fiber design with a Troy Lee visor and graphics. Two versions are available: The TC-1 is blue with yellow-and-orange graphics, and the TC-2 has an orange shell with yellow-and-blue artwork. The VF-X Flash is available in XS-XXL sizes and retails for $570. For more information, contact your dealer or Shoei (333 S. Hope St., Suite 2550, Los Angeles, CA 90071; 213/628-0275).
Performance Products
GENUINE FISHER VIBRATION DAMPER
$415
If you love your Big Twin-powered Harley-Davidson’s appearance, but find its engine vibration bothersome, Genuine Fisher (2900 Bristol St., Suite G-107, Costa Mesa, CA 92626; 714/751-6723) might have a solution. The company claims its engine-vibration damper reduces vibration by 60 percent, thereby improving component life. On certain models, minor modifications to the primary case may be required. The CNC-machined billet dampers are manufactured in the United States and retail for $415.
Performance Products
HIGASHI SLIP-ON SILENCERS
$165-$290
Italian-made Higashi silencers are now available in the U.S. from Indigo Sports (12405 Unit J, Slauson Ave., Whittier, CA 90606; 310/945-8149). Each slip-on unit features a carbon-fiber body and mounting bracket, and an aluminum end cap with a rolled tip. According to the Higashi, the silencers are completely rebuildable and fit without other modifications. Both two-stroke and four-stroke versions are available. Prices range from $165-$290, depending on the application.
Performance Products
GERARD DESIGN HELMET STICKER KITS
$24
Gerard Design, best known for its custom helmet painting, offers a line of sticker kits designed to enhance the look of any solid-color helmet. Available in red/yellow/gray or pink/purple/black, the Gerard Design Helmet Sticker kits are said to fit all popular helmets, including off-road models with chin guards and visors. They cost $24 from Gerard Design (7103 Unit B, Owensmouth Ave., Canoga Park, CA 91303; 818/703-6589) or from dealers. □
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0020.xml
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Chrysler Corporation
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Chrysler Corporation
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0021.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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VR HARLEY SUPERBIKE FOR THE STREET?
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Kevin Cameron
COULD IT BE THAT SOMEthing of Harley’s new VR1000 (see “America’s Superbike,” CW, March, 1993) might leak onto the street? Could it be that, as the machine becomes real and visible, even the most confirmed traditionalists at the Motor Company will be swept along in the enthusiasm of the moment, and will begin to expect a street version?
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0022.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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VR 1000 PARTS FOR THE PEOPLE
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Robert Hough
VR1000 ENGINE TECHnology for the general public remains just a tantalizing possibility, but suspension and brake components based on the H-D Superbike will be available as early as 1995, according to sources at Penske and Wilwood.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0023.xml
article
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25
ROUNDUP
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BRITTEN BREAKS RECORDS, BUILDS BIKES
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Robert Hough
THE BRITTEN V-1000 NOW holds four world speed records, and plans are moving rapidly for a high-power, low-weight Britten Single. About the only thing not moving quickly in Britten’s Christchurch, New Zealand, shop is production of 10 customer bikes.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0024.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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ETC.
LOVE RIDE THUNDERS THROUGH
FEDS TO TEST MORE HELMETS
IN FOR THE LONG HAUL
HEAR THE DUCKS SING
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Love Ride 10, an annual Muscular Dystrophy Association fund-raising ride in Southern California raised more than $1 million for the MDA, and attracted 17,000 riders. The 50-mile ride has become the world’s largest one-day motorcycle fund-raising event.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0025.xml
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Arctco Sales, Inc.: TIGERSHARK WATERCRAFT
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Arctco Sales, Inc.
TIGERSHARK WATERCRAFT
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0026.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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NORTH FRAMES ROLL ON
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Robert Hough
DICK MANN TOOK THE 1971 Daytona 200 on a BSA with a Rob North frame. Now you can take a North frame home. North had an independent bike shop in England, when, in the late 1960s, Triumph racing engineers asked him to build a frame for the team to test.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0027.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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TRUIMPH HERE FOR 1995
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David Edwards
Riding a crest off popularity, Triumph will introduce its line off motorcycles to the U.S. starting with the 1995 model year, said Michael Lock, Triumph export manager. Triumph sold 6000 units in Europe in 1993, reported Lock, and the entire 1994 production run is already spoken for.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0028.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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25 YEARS AGO APRIL, 1969
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Robert Hough
Some things don’t change much. With the introduction of the 500 Mach III, Kawasaki strengthened its name as a maker of very fast motorcycles. Sounding like we were reviewing a ZX-11, we said, “It’ll raise the hairs on the back of a rider’s neck, or turn them gray in 13 seconds flat...yet is as docile as a kitten.” The Mach III put out a claimed 60 horsepower and hit the scales at 415 pounds.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0029.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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H-D CAFE OPENS IN NEW YORK
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Robert Hough
THE FIRST HARLFY-DAVIDson Cafe is open in New York City, with splashy displays and special effects. It’s not all glitz though, they take the food seriously there. Owner Marc Packer brought in chef Jay Lippin, who worked at Montrachet, one of the city’s best French restaurants.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0030.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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BIKE SALES CRUISE AHEAD
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Robert Hough
MOTORCYCLE SALES IN the United States climbed 6.4 percent in 1993, with cruisers leading the sales charge, according to Don J. Brown, a long-time industry analyst. Sales of street, dirt and dual-purpose motorcycles reached 276,559 in 1993, up from 260,056 in 1992.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0031.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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QUICK RIDE
SUZUKI KATANA 750 A winning combination
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Brenda Buttner
ITS FLASHY BRIGHT BLUE wheels and glaring, neon-like graphics make the 1994 Suzuki Katana 750 look as if it would fit right in on the Las Vegas Strip. But this time-tested bike, with only a few styling changes for the new season, is no gamble.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0032.xml
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ROUNDUP
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UPS AND DOWNS
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Pootler Pillion
UP: To Magnolia Publishing, for printing Take a Ride: A Motorcycle Adventure, a children's book telling the story of a boy who spends his day on a motorcycle. Author Donna Keegan said, "We have attempted to show motorcycling as an integral part of a happy, active life, including the excitement of travel, the camaraderie of new friends and a successful conclusion to every ride."
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0033.xml
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Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0034.xml
article
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STANDARDS ON STEROIDS
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MEAN GREEN
AN EDDIE LAWSON REPLICA FOR THE NINETIES
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PETER EGAN
WHEN THE CRUST WAS COOLING IN 1980 and bell-bottom riding leathers were just going happily extinct-flapping all the way-big Japanese transverse-Fours ruled the Earth. Heavy, simple bikes, with two-sided swingarms, twin shocks, two wheels, a gas tank and hefty dohc engines.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0035.xml
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STANDARDS ON STEROIDS
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VIVA 19
A HONDA CB1000 IN THE SPIRIT OF FREDDIE SPENCER'S DAYTONA WINNER
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ALLAN GIRDLER
PUT “SUPERBIKE” AND “Freddie Spencer” in the same sentence and for me, there’s an instant recall, an image sharp and quick as summer lightning. It’s Daytona, 1982, early in the Superbike race and I am standing outside the turn where the infield section of the roadcourse jinks left to zoom up onto the west banking.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0036.xml
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42,43,44,45
STANDARDS ON STEROIDS
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SUPER MONSTER
PRO ITALIA’S BEAUTY OF A BEAST
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STEVE ANDERSON
BARRUPPP! YOU THUNDHR AWAY FROM A LIGHT, TRYING hard to keep your good-citizen badge (and license), but the front wheel ignores your noble intentions, rising so high and so quickly you have to chop the throttle. You thumb a signal and flick the bike left onto a side street, marveling at the ease with which you achieve a silly lean angle.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0037.xml
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STANDARDS ON STEROIDS
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YELLOW PERIL
PROJECT CBR900RR: A CURE FOR THE SUBSTANDARD STANDARD
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MATTHEW MILES
NEARLY FIVE YEARS HAVE PASSED SINCE WE PROPOSED THE CYCLE WORLD Convertible, a provocative concept that mated Suzuki’s air-and-oil-cooled GSX-R750 engine with a GS500-style chassis and Katana-like ergonomics. We called it a modern standard.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0038.xml
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FEATURES
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FROM HOT RODS TO HOT HARLEYS
A CUSTOM WITHOUT CHROME? YEP, BUT THE PRICE IS GENUINELY GLOSSY: $47,000
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BRENDA BUTTNER
SURE, HIS FUNNY CARS BROKE just about every drag record possible, and, yeah, the first race car he built went straight to the Indianapolis 500, but John Buttera is not one to brag. Ask him what he does for a living, and he mutters, “I make stuff.” As for his latest stab at “stuff,” a hot Harley custom that will set you back a cool 50 grand, “Aw, that’s a plain ole’ motorcycle."
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0039.xml
article
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FEATURES
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ARLEN NESS STRIKES AGAIN
THIS TIME, FOR THE FIRST TIME, ON A DYNA GLIDE
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Brenda Buttner
IF THERE WERE A CUSTOMIZING COMPETITION IN THE Olympics, Arlen Ness would surely carry home more gold (or would it be chrome?) than anyone else. Using an agile and active imagination-and lots of built-from-scratch parts-the acknowledged King of Customs has been muscling motorcycles into the shape and style of his dreams for 25 years now.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0040.xml
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0041.xml
review
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CW EVALUATION
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THOR EXPLORE GEAR
Simple, stylish D-P duds
Explore line from Thor
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Explore line from Thor
THOR EXPLORE GEAR
$260
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THE EMERGENCE OF DIRT-ORIENTED dual-purpose bikes has resulted in many products tailor-made for the D-P market. One example is the Thor Explore line. Manufactured entirely in Italy, the line consists of a traditional enduro jacket, old MX-style pants and off-road oriented boots, all of which are devoid of the wild colors and graphics currently associated with most off-road gear.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0042.xml
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0043.xml
review
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CW COMPARISON
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BARGAIN HUNTERS
FIVE GOOD DEALS FOR THE OPEN ROAD
SUZUKI GS500E FUN ON THE CHEAP
KAWASAKI NINJA 500 THE EX500 EARNS ITS BLACK BELT
YAMAHA SECA II FULL-SIZE BARGAIN BLASTER
YAMAHA FZR600 NOT OUT TO PASTURE JUST YET
SUZUKI KATANA 600 THE KAT FINDS ITS CALLING
KAWASAKI
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KAWASAKI
NINJA 500
$4399
KAWASAKI
GS500E
$3649
KAWASAKI
KATANA 600
$5499
KAWASAKI
FZR600
$5699
KAWASAKI
SECA II
$4399
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A NUMBER OF CHANGES HAVE GONE DOWN since Cycle World's, last budget-bike shootout. Unfortunately, one thing that hasn't is the price of the participants. Yet these five bikes still represent the most sport for the least spent in today’s market.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0044.xml
review
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CW EVALUATION
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DAINESE SET GLOVES
Digit defense
DAINESE
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DAINESE
Dainese Set gloves
$100
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PROTECTING YOUR HANDS and their complex collection of bones, ligaments, muscles, nerves, tendons and skin is serious business, which makes choosing a pair of motorcycle gloves an important decision. The Dainese Set gloves tested here are produced in Korea and distributed by, among others, Lockhart-Phillips, U.S.A. (991 Calle Negocio, San Clemente, CA 92673; 714/498-9492).
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0045.xml
review
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CW EVALUATION
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KEV-CO/STUBBS 5100 KIDNEY BELT
Redefining comfort and support
KEV-CO/STUBBS
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KEV-CO/STUBBS
5100 KIDNEY BELT
$40
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A QUALITY KIDNEY BELT IS AN ESSENTIAL part of the off-road rider’s wardrobe. Most kidney belts, however, are nothing more than constrictive elastic devices that support your stomach and lower back at the expense of squashing your insides.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0046.xml
review
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72,73,74,76,78,80
CYCLE WORLD TEST
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ATK 605 DUAL SPORT
PUSH-BUTTON DIRTBIKE FOR THE STREET
ATK
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ATK
605
$7895
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CYCLE WORLD HAS JUST DONE A FULL ROAD TEST on a dirtbike. It was even taken to the dragstrip and the dyno just like all our test streetbikes. What’s going on? Well, this particular dirtbike comes with just enough lights and switches, along with a mirror and a horn to justify a license plate-barely.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0047.xml
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SUZUKI: GSX-R750W
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SUZUKI
GSX-R750W
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0048.xml
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FEATURES
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INVENTING ATK
A LOOK INSIDE AMERICA’S OTHER MOTORCYCLE COMPANY
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Jon F. Thompson
GIVEN THE HISTORY OF motorcycle manufacturers in the U.S., starting a motorcycle company is a notion that ought to be worth, at the very least, several bad cases of ulcers. After all, lots of Americans have done it. Most of them failed. Only Harley and the Davidsons have made a continuing impact.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0049.xml
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Advertisement: CYCLE WORLD MAGAZINE
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CYCLE WORLD MAGAZINE
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0050.xml
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79
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SHOEI: RF-700
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SHOEI
RF-700
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0051.xml
article
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EDITORS NOTES
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HEAVEN FORBID THAT I SHOULD HAVE only one motorcycle to ride. My list of riding requirements for that poor bike would be difficult to fill. It would have to be a tough trail bike. It would have to be capable of doing well in enduros and hare-and-hounds, maybe even the occasional motocross.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0052.xml
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SLICK 50
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SLICK 50
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0053.xml
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HONDA
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HONDA
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0054.xml
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84,85
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Competition Accessories Inc.
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Competition Accessories Inc.
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0055.xml
article
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FEATURES
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MASTERFUL MINIATURES
FOR ONE MODEL BUILDER, IT’S A SMALL, SMALL WORLD
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KIRK BELL
IN THE WORLD OF MOTORCYCLE modeling, smaller is definitely better, a maxim that Russ Schwenkler has taken to an extreme. In his effort to pump big detail into tiny packages, he typically builds his replicas with more than 150 individual pieces of custom-milled hardware.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0056.xml
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BRIDGESTONE: BATTLAX
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BRIDGESTONE
BATTLAX
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0057.xml
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GEICO: Cycle-Gard
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GEICO
Cycle-Gard
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0058.xml
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Advertisements
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YAMAHA
FZR1000
YAMAHA
GTS1000A
YAMAHA
YZF750R
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0059.xml
article
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FEATURES
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A MODEL MUSEUM
EXOTICA FROM RACING’S PAST PRESERVED IN PLASTIC
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Joe Parkhurst
YOU MIGHT IMAGINE IT’S AFTER hours in a long-lost garage of the world's foremost cycle collector. Go ahead, check the supple suspension on that screaming-green Moto Guzzi V-Eight. Finger the delicate details of the 500cc Gilera Four.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0060.xml
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93
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Advertisement: Cycle World
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Cycle World
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0061.xml
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94
94,95
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Dunlop Tire Corp.
491 Elite II
Dunlop Tire Corp.
D402 Touring Elite
Dunlop Tire Corp.
D401 Elite S/T
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0062.xml
article
98
98,99,100,105,106,109,111,113
RACE WATCH
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MAKING GOOD
Putting controversy behind him, John Kocinski takes aim on life, and on a 500cc GP world championship
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JON F. THOMPSON
JOHN KOCINSKI IS LIVING, BREATHING EVIDENCE OF THE danger of getting what you wish for. “No question about it,” he says, “I wanted to be in Europe racing for a world championship.” Kocinski has his wish, but it was granted at immense personal cost.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0063.xml
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100
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0064.xml
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101
101,102,103
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HONDA: CBR600F2
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HONDA
CBR600F2
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0065.xml
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104
104
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MICHELIN
A89X FRONT
MICHELIN
M89X REAR
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0066.xml
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105
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SPECTRO
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SPECTRO
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0067.xml
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105
105
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HONDA
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HONDA
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0068.xml
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106
106
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D.I.D Racing Chain: New Gold Premium X-Ring
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D.I.D Racing Chain
New Gold Premium X-Ring
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0069.xml
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106
106
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MOTORCYCLE SAFETY FOUNDATION
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MOTORCYCLE SAFETY FOUNDATION
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0070.xml
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109
109
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SUZUKI
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SUZUKI
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0071.xml
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109
109
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OSI Sports
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OSI Sports
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0072.xml
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109
109
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Corbin
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Corbin
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0073.xml
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110
110
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HEALTHMAX
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HEALTHMAX
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0074.xml
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111
111
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SUZUKI
Katana 600
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0075.xml
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111
111
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Consumer Information Center
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Consumer Information Center
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0076.xml
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111
111
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K&N
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K&N
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0077.xml
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112
112
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0078.xml
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113
113
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SUZUKI: Intruder 1400 & 800
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SUZUKI
Intruder 1400 & 800
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0079.xml
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113
113
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0080.xml
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113
113
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SuperTrapp/Kerker Products
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SuperTrapp/Kerker Products
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0081.xml
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114
114
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Motorcycle Accessory Warehouse
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Motorcycle Accessory Warehouse
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0082.xml
article
115
115,116
RACE WATCH
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Clipboard
Schultz captures NHRA Pro-Stock Championship
Aprilia’s better 500cc Grand Prix bike is a 400
Kenny Roberts Jr. heads for Europe
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Veteran drag-racer Dave Schultz scored his fourth NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle championship with a win at the season-ending Winston Finals in Pomona, California. Schultz, riding his Sunoco-sponsored Suzuki, beat Byron Hines with an elapsed time of 7.752 seconds at 167.22 mph.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0083.xml
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115
115
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SUZUKI: new DualSport 125SE
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SUZUKI
new DualSport 125SE
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0084.xml
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115
115
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NordicTrack
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NordicTrack
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0085.xml
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116
116
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VANCE & HINES: SS2R
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VANCE & HINES
SS2R
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0086.xml
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116
116
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MOTORCYCLE SAFETY FOUNDATION
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MOTORCYCLE SAFETY FOUNDATION
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0087.xml
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117
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0088.xml
article
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120,122,124,126
DEPARTMENTS
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SERVICE
Lead sled F-Zed
No idler threat
Bogus black box
Clueless in Cleveland
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Paul Dean
I own a 1990 Yamaha FZR1000 that is very sound mechanically and has just 15,000 miles on the odometer. It’s a dream to ride in the canyons, but during freeway-type riding, the throttle-side clip-on has a vibration that puts my hand to sleep after about 20 or 30 miles.
CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0089.xml
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120
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Barnett
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Barnett
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0090.xml
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120
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TRAVELCADE
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TRAVELCADE
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0091.xml
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120
120
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0092.xml
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121
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CHAPARRAL
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CHAPARRAL
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0093.xml
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122
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CLYMER
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CLYMER
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0094.xml
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122
122
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Motorcycle Mechanics Institute
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Motorcycle Mechanics Institute
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0095.xml
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123
123
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Bell Helmets
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Bell Helmets
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0096.xml
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124
124
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Edelweiss Bike Travel
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Edelweiss Bike Travel
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0097.xml
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125
125
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Advertisement: CYCLE WORLD MAGAZINE
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CYCLE WORLD MAGAZINE
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0098.xml
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126
126
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AMA
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AMA
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0099.xml
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126
126
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AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE INSTITUTE
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AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE INSTITUTE
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0100.xml
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126
126
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Competition Chemicals
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Competition Chemicals
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0101.xml
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126
126
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Consumer Information Center
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Consumer Information Center
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0102.xml
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127
127
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TOYOTA
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TOYOTA
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0103.xml
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128
128
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Philip Morris Inc.
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Philip Morris Inc.
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CycleWorld_19940401_0033_004_0104.xml