Issue: 20040201

Sunday, February 1, 2004
February
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Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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Articles
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0001.xml
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2,3
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Advertisements
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GM Corp.
CHEVY
GM Corp.
FORD
GM Corp.
DODGE
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0002.xml
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4,5
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Yamaha Motor Corporation
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Yamaha Motor Corporation
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0003.xml
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6
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Progressive Casualty Insurance Co.
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Progressive Casualty Insurance Co.
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0004.xml
tableOfContents
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0005.xml
masthead
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0006.xml
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Daytona Beach
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Daytona Beach
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0007.xml
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8
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EDELWEISS BIKE TRAVEL
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EDELWEISS BIKE TRAVEL
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0008.xml
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9
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DRAG Specialties
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DRAG Specialties
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0009.xml
article
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UP FRONT
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Bike of the Year
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David Edwards
IF IT'S WINTER, THEN IT MUST BE TIME to close out the 2003 model year with the "International Bike of the Year" balloting, an annual compendium of learned opinions from moto-mag editors around the world. Rules are simple enough for even the most deadline-addled scribbler to comprehend: Vote for your top three machines, first place getting 3 points, second place 2 and third place 1, bike with the highest total from the 11 magazines polled gets the big trophy.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0010.xml
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ICON: MOTORHEAD JACKET
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ICON
MOTORHEAD JACKET
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0011.xml
article
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LEANINGS
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Lost summers
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Peter Egan
IT ISN'T EVERY DAY YOU GET A LETTER on cast-off official stationery from the palace of Saddam Hussein, but it happened to me last month. I have been corresponding, you see, with one SP/4 Darrell Pacheco, who is an MP patrolling the streets of Baghdad.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0012.xml
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DENNIS KIRK
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DENNIS KIRK
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0013.xml
article
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TDC
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Superbike situations
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Kevin Cameron
THINGS ARE HAPPENING, WHICH IS OKAY by me. When I was a little boy, I yearned for things to happen—for something to interrupt the bland routine of daily life. Even a flat tire in the family car would do. For the past several years, we have been treated to the spectacle of close competition in World and AMA Superbike racing—series that are based on production machines extensively modified for racing.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0014.xml
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0015.xml
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16,17
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Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
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Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0016.xml
article
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18,20,22
DEPARTMENTS
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HOTSHOTS
Nudist colony
Armed robbery
Urban renewal
Ex-rated
Guzzi not gone
Tyke on a Bike
Ham we am
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Your December, 2003, "Naked & Naughty" issue was awesome! It has been years since I wanted literally every bike on a front cover. You guys really got your finger on my (rapid) pulse with this Special Issue. Bob Bennett Seattle, Washington Wow!
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0017.xml
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afxhelmets: X-15R
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afxhelmets
X-15R
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0018.xml
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20
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Motion Pro, Inc.: Racer Mini Pro T-handle Set
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Motion Pro, Inc.
Racer Mini Pro T-handle Set
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0019.xml
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21
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VANCE & HINES
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VANCE & HINES
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0020.xml
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Advertisement: Cycle World Magazine
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Cycle World Magazine
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0021.xml
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23
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Advertisements
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Hard-Krome
Hard-Krome K-2's
Hard-Krome
Hard-Tips
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0022.xml
review
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24,25
DEPARTMENTS
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NEW IDEAS
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HydroDynamics USA, Inc.
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HydroDynamics USA, Inc.
HydroDynamics USA iShock
$380
It's incredible just how many parts are available for the Honda CRF/XR50R mini-bikes. Take the $380 iShock Limited Edition, a reservoir-equipped, hard-anodized, aluminum-bodied damper that doubles wheel travel and boasts adjustments for spring preload, compression and rebound damping. A variety of spring rates are available.
HydroDynamics USA, Inc.
High Roller Stay-Lock Tie-Downs
$25
A tie-down is a tie-down is a tie-down—until the attachment hook opposite from where you're standing pops loose and you find yourself pinned under your own bike! That won't happen with the Stay-Lock's heavy-duty, carabineer-style base hooks. Choose from cam-lock ($25) or ratchet-style ($32) adjusters with 72-inch straps in red, blue or black.
HydroDynamics USA, Inc.
EVS Flux Chest Protector
$90
All chest protectors are created equal, right? Wrong. At first glance, the EVS Flux looks like any other lightweight, full-coverage roost deflector, but when you put it on and move around, it shifts with you! All this comfort-enhancing goodness begins with the replaceable "recoil" shoulders, from which the vented chest and back plates are suspended. Bio-foam padding attached to the armor pivots at the abdomen and lower back. Combined with the adjustable snap-together fasteners at the sides, this allows for a snug, kidney-belt-like fit, minus the belly rub. Sold in two sizes—adult ($119) and youth ($90)—the Flux is available in black, blue or red.
HydroDynamics USA, Inc.
T-Bags Roller-T
$200
Turn your cruiser's backrest into a luggage rack with a T-Bags Roller-T. Sized to fit the overhead compartments in commercial aircraft, this vinyl-backed polyester carryall has room for a laptop computer, cell phone, PDA and clean duds. Universal mounting, a telescopic handle and smooth-gliding, rollerblade-style wheels ensure the trek from parking stall to boarding gate will be well worth the $200 fare.
HydroDynamics USA, Inc.
Bates Leathers Jackets
$170
Bates, SoCal's legendary custom leathers-maker, has expanded its line to include non-cowhide riding duds. Available in M-XXL sizes, the new nylon, nylon/mesh, mesh and canvas zip-ups blend urban/industrial fashion with motorcycle-oriented protection. Some of the features: zippered air vents, removable windproof liners and adjustable waistbands. Prices start at $170.
HydroDynamics USA, Inc.
Moto Work Table
$300
Trackside bike maintenance can be backbreaking work. Kneeling on the garage floor can get old, too. Moto Work Table to the rescue! The fourleg aluminum fold-up comes with a removable wheel chock and retails for $600. A rigid model goes for $300.
HydroDynamics USA, Inc.
Acerbis Universal Enduro LED Taillight
$40
Acerbis' Universal Enduro LED Taillight could double as a license-plate mount...if only it were street-legal (wink-wink, nudge-nudge). Low-consumption LEDs operate over a 12-15-volt range and run through a waterproof board. Attached at three points, the $40 unit is pre-wired for both running and brake lights.
HydroDynamics USA, Inc.
Axis Design Rotors
$299
No marketing gimmickry, the unique architecture found on Axis Design brake rotors greatly enhances thrust-face load-transfer surface area, improving heat transfer and eliminating button/carrier wear. Choose from ductile-iron or stainless-steel discs, both cryogenically treated. Per-rotor pricing starts at $299.
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0023.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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DUCATI GOES RETRO-AGAIN!
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Bruno de Prato
PIERRE TERBLANCHE IS the right man at the right place. He loves Ducati—its tradition above all—and is particularly interested in the events and models related to the early years of the 90-degree V-Twin. Spanning most of the 1970s, the saga of the bevel-gear Desmo began with the legendary victory at Imola in 1972 and ended with the TT-F1 world title in ’78.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0024.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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APRILIA SUPERMOTO V-TWIN
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Bruno de Prato
Aprilia's revolutionary 450cc V-Twin contested the penultimate round of the Supermoto World Championship at Belgium's Spa Francorchamps circuit this past November. Eighteen-year-old roadracer Alex De Angelis, second in the 125cc World Championship, raced the bike, which combines steel-tube framework with large, stamped sideplates that sandwich the rear of the engine and locate the swingarm pivot.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0025.xml
article
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27,28
ROUNDUP
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etc.
MV'S MALAYSIAN CONNECTION
COME RIDE WITH CYCLE WORLD
HELPING HAND
MOTO MORINI RETURNS?
BARGAIN BRIT
MAPPING MOTORCYCLING
HONORABLE MENTION
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Cagiva is at a crossroads—again. Deep in debt, it can either focus on specialty brands MV Agusta and Husqvarna or find a partner. The latter option may be the most viable. Proton is said to be interested. Besides financial aid, Cagiva would like to acquire the Malaysian manufacturer's low-cost, single-cylinder engines to develop a range of small- to medium-displacement machines.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0026.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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FOGGY FULFILLED
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Matthew Miles
CARL FOGARTY shocked the racing world when he spurned Ducati to lead Malaysian oil-giant Petronas' entry into World Superbike racing. After all, the four-time champ appeared to have it made: legions of fans, buckets of money, dealership options, etc. But the idea of a fresh challenge—not to mention having his name on the gas tank—won out, and the clean-sheet Foggy Petronas FP1 was born.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0027.xml
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DODGE
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DODGE
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0028.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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25 YEARS AGO FEBRUARY, 1979
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Brian Catterson
Long-travel suspension had clearly come of age in motocross, as this issue's cover depicted Test Editor Ron Griewe's son Donnie airing out a Suzuki RM400N over a snow-covered mountain peak. "New frame, new forks, new shocks, new motor, new, new, new," read the subtitle, and Griewe approved, calling the yellow-and-blue MXer "an all-out racing machine, capable of competing with factory works bikes."
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0029.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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FUTURE DIRT: '05 SUZUKI AND YAMAHA
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Jimmy Lewis
WITH TESTING OF THE current crop of motocrossers barely completed, images from Japan reveal what we'll be riding later this year. Suzuki and Yamaha recently unveiled works versions of the 2005 RM-Z450 and YZ125, with production models likely to hit dealerships as soon as August.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0030.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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FREESTYLE FORKIN'
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Steve Anderson
One thing is certain: In freestyle competition, anyone who wants to win will have to keep upping the ante. Marzocchi engineer Claudia Caporaletti is helping by creating a fork that can spin 360 degrees to allow new aerial tricks. Borrowing from bicycles, Caporaletti's design eliminates the top triple-clamp, relying instead on a massive lower clamp.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0031.xml
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Z1R HELMETS
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Z1R HELMETS
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0032.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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Ups & Downs
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UP: To 10-year-old Curtis Herrmann, for doing his part. After losing his little sister Breeana to a brain tumor, Curtis came up with the idea for Laps 4 Love. At the inaugural event, held at Los Angeles County Raceway in 2002, he rode 100 laps in 5 hours and raised $14,000 for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0033.xml
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ROUNDUP
Quick Ride
VICTORY KINGPIN
Classic-fied Vegas
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Mark Hoyer
THERE ISN'T A LOT wrong in the world when you're riding the right bike in the right place at the right time. Such was the case when Victory invited us to California's wine capital, Napa Valley, to sample its new Kingpin, a full-fendered retro-custom based on the lovely-and-talented Vegas platform.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0034.xml
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Buell Motorcycle Company
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Buell Motorcycle Company
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0035.xml
article
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FEATURES
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Red · Rocker
Phase II of Jesse James' plan for total world domination
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DAVID EDWARDS
JESSE JAMES IS JUST LIKE YOU and me, an incorrigible gear-head who... what's that... you're not married to former skin-flick goddess Janine? Yeah, well me neither. But aside from that, Jesse James is just like you and me...huh? Well, no, actually, I don't tool around town in a Ferrari 360 Modena cup-racer-and even if I did, I probably wouldn't have the stones to paint it primer-black and lay on flames and a big Iron Cross.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0036.xml
review
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40,41,42
CW RIDING IMPRESSION
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DucatiST3
New engine, new fairing, new life
Ducati
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Ducati
ST3
MARK HOYER
SITTING QUIETLY AT THE press presentation for Ducati's 2004 ST3, everyone seemed to take for granted the fact that its new three-valve desmo V-Twin engine just...exists. But you've got to wonder who's in charge, which Ducati brain says, "I must solve these engineering problems with these answers." In the case of the desmotre powering the ST2 replacement as entry-level sport-tourer in the Ducati line, it was the company's grand old man of engineering, R&D Director Gianluigi Mengoli.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0037.xml
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GEICO Indemnity company: Cycle-Gard
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GEICO Indemnity company
Cycle-Gard
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0038.xml
article
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FEATURES
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An Artier Ducati?
Italy's next-generation sport-tourer, as seen from New Jersey
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Brian Catterson
Like the looks of the 2004 ST3 and its identical twin, the ST4S? If so, send a polite e-mail thanking Pierre Terblanche, head of Ducati Design, whose team penned the restyled sport-tourer's new upper fairing. If not, leave the man alone; he's gotten enough grief already.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0039.xml
review
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44,45,46,47,48,49,50
CYCLE WORLD TEST
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VULCAN 2000
Kawasaki redefines the Piston Enlargement Program
EDITORS' NOTES
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VULCAN 2000
$14,499
MARK HOYER
IS THE BIG GAME OVER? WILL THE KAWASAKI VULCAN 2000'S GIANT 125-cubic-inch V-Twin spell an end to the Displacement Race in the two-cylinder production-bike world? How big can you possibly go with a V-Twin motorcycle engine? "There is really no reason why 3-liter cylinders cannot be made to run just fine," says CW's Tech Editor Kevin Cameron.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0040.xml
article
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CW RIDING IMPRESSION
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HONDA SHADOW AERO
Cut-down, not cut-rate
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Matthew Miles
Ain't no replacement for displacement, right? Guess again, bub. Tire-smoking burnouts may get the girls, but there's nothing worse than a traffic-light tip-over brought about by an inability to get a boot down in time. Which is why the Shadow Aero sits lower than any other Honda cruiser, save for the entry-level VLX. New this year, the Aero replaces not just one, but two models: the retro-look A.C.E. 750 Deluxe and custom-style Shadow Spirit 750.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0041.xml
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Advertisements
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Ford
Ford Explorer
Ford
Lincoln LS
Ford
Mercury Sable
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0042.xml
article
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FEATURES
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ANGER MANAGEMENT
Meaner Streaker
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David Edwards
GOTTA LOVE A SUIT WHO'S NOT AFRAID TO BUST A knuckle every now and then. That would be John Hoover, chief product planner at Kawasaki U.S., and the man behind this most sanitary of Mean Streak 1500s. While the stocker is a nice enough piece, one of the best-balanced cruisers on the market, its 65 rear-wheel bhp means it's not exactly a player in the horsepower race.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0043.xml
article
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54,55,56,57,58,59
FEATURES
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AIRHEAD
Keeping BMW's sporting heritage alive
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BRIAN CATTERSON
POP QUIZ: NAME THE BRAND OF MOTORCYCLE THAT won the 1939 Isle of Man Senior TT. Can't do it? Then how about a record 19 sidecar world championships? Still don't know? All right, then how about the inaugural AMA Superbike Championship in 1976?
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0044.xml
review
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CW COMPARISON
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STANDOFF!
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HONDA
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HONDA
CRF250R
$5799
HONDA
KX250F
$5599
HONDA
RM-Z250
$5599
HONDA
YZ250F
$5599
JIMMY LEWIS
YOU'RE GOING TO BE DISAPPOINTED IN US. WHY? Because we didn't pick a winner. Never mind Cycle World's reputation as the voice of authority, the motorcycle magazine of record. Never mind our hard-hitting founding publisher, old Joe Parkhurst, rolling over in his grave.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0045.xml
review
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TESTS
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Long Term Update
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DUCATI
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DUCATI
MULTISTRADA
$11,800
DUCATI
Z1000
$8499
DUCATI
VEGAS
$14,999
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LATEST ADDITION TO OUR LONG-TERM fleet, Ducati's all-new Multistrada, has gotten off to a butt-bruising start. Last August, Executive Editor Brian Catterson and his girlfriend Gina took the Multistrada and another longtermer, the KTM 950 Adventure, on a weeklong getaway to Colorado, trading off the whole way.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0046.xml
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BROCKTON CYCLE CENTER
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BROCKTON CYCLE CENTER
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0047.xml
review
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68,69
CW EVALUATION
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Screamin' Eagle Sportster 1200 Hop-Up
Strong medicine for the low-performance blues
DETAILS
Harley-Davidson Motor Co., Inc.
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Harley-Davidson Motor Co., Inc.
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$1190
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IN THE WONDROUS WORLD OF HARLEY-Davidson, it wasn't big news, it was huge news: For 2004, the venerable Sportster would have a rubber-mounted engine. Finally, that bike's notorious vibration would be banished to its rightful place in motorcycling's hall of pain.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0048.xml
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Advertisement: Cycle World Magazine
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Cycle World Magazine
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0049.xml
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69
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Advertisement: Cycle World Magazine
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Cycle World Magazine
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0050.xml
article
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70,71,72,73,74,75
RACE WATCH
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MOTEGI PIT WALL
Sights and sounds of MotoGP
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KEVIN CAMERON
WITH TOKYO A MERE 13 hours ahead, I was winging my way to the Pacific Grand Prix at Motegi, Japan. Soon I would hear the 990cc four-strokes of MotoGP in person for the first time. At Narita Airport I first joined a group of journalists headed for Yamaha's plants and museum in Hamamatsu, four hours south.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0051.xml
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CHAPARRAL MOTORSPORTS
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CHAPARRAL MOTORSPORTS
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0052.xml
article
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RACE WATCH
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Clipboard
Waiting for Bubba
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Davey Coombs
Ever since James "Bubba" Stewart burst onto the professional racing scene in January of 2002, race-watchers have been waiting anxiously for the day he would make his bid to become the King of Supercross. Stewart had a Kawasaki factory contract before he had a driver's license, and he became the youngest rider ever to win a 125cc Supercross when he won the San Diego support race exactly 21 days after his 16th birthday.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0053.xml
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VENTO MOTORCYCLES, U.S.A.
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VENTO MOTORCYCLES, U.S.A.
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0054.xml
article
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80,81,82,84
DEPARTMENTS
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SERVICE
A little piece of Pi
Cylinder inclinations
No gas, no go
Slide job
FEEDBACK LOOP
The seal's the deal
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Paul Dean
What is the formula for calculating engine displacement? My 900 Ninja has a 72.5mm bore and 55mm stroke, and that equals 3987.5. I divide that by 4 (pistons) and I get 996.875, but my Ninja displaces 908.2cc. I also want to convert the cubic centimeter numbers to cubic inches for measuring the displacement of Harleys.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0055.xml
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American Motorcycle Institute
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American Motorcycle Institute
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0056.xml
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Deltran: Battery Tender
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Deltran
Battery Tender
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0057.xml
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81
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cruztools
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cruztools
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0058.xml
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Advertisement: Cycle World magazine
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Cycle World magazine
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Cycle World Magazine
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0060.xml
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SERVICE
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NHTSA Recall No. 03V336 Victory Motorcycles Model year: '99-01 V92C; '00-01 V92SC; '01 V92DC Dates of manufacture: July '98-July '01 Number of units involved: 9120 Problem: The sidestand spring and/or the pin used to attach the spring to the frame may be damaged, allowing unintended deployment of the sidestand, increasing the risk of a crash.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0061.xml
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MAW MOTORCYCLE ACCESSORY WAREHOUSE
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MAW MOTORCYCLE ACCESSORY WAREHOUSE
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0062.xml
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THOMSON EDUCATION DIRECT
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THOMSON EDUCATION DIRECT
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0063.xml
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0064.xml
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0065.xml
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CYCLE WORLD SHOWCASE
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0066.xml
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SLIPSTREAM
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Reader Information
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Editorial/Production: Offices are located at 1499 Monrovia Ave., Newport Beach, CA 92663; 949/720-5300. Editorial contributions are welcomed, but must be guaranteed exclusive to Cycle World. We are not responsible for the return of unsolicited material unless accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0067.xml
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Ford: F-150
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CycleWorld_20040201_0043_002_0069.xml
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