Issue: 20041001

Friday, October 1, 2004
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Friday, October 17, 2014

Articles
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1,7
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0001.xml
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2,3
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NISSAN: Xterra
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NISSAN
Xterra
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0002.xml
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4,5
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Kawasaki
KX250
Kawasaki
KX250F
Kawasaki
KX65
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0003.xml
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DUNLOP: D208 GP-A
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DUNLOP
D208 GP-A
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0004.xml
tableOfContents
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0005.xml
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Battery Tender
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Battery Tender
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0006.xml
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CruzTOOLS
Sliding T-Sockets PowerDrive
CruzTOOLS
Folding Tool Set OUTBACK'R
CruzTOOLS
Roadside Tool Kits
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0007.xml
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AMI
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AMI
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0008.xml
masthead
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0009.xml
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9
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DRAG Specialties
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DRAG Specialties
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0010.xml
article
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UP FRONT
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My brother's Beemer
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David Edwards
PROBATE ATTORNEYS WORK IN A WORLD of assigned values, of course, but still the question caught me off-guard. "So, how much do you think your brother's BMW is worth?" Hard to say. Just what is the value of a favorite old bike, in my brother Kevin's case a 1982 BMW R80G/S that wore the patina of world travel.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0011.xml
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POWER TRIP
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POWER TRIP
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0012.xml
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12,13
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NISSAN: TITAN
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NISSAN
TITAN
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0013.xml
article
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LEANINGS
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Colorado Mountain High
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Peter Egan
"AREN'T YOU AND JIM RIDING YOUR bikes out to Colorado?" my wife, Barbara, asked innocently. "No, we're taking them in the van," I replied, with an evasive shift of the eyeballs. Only last winter, you see, I had explained to Barb that the whole reason I needed a dual-sport bike like the Suzuki DR650, in addition to a pure dirt bike like my KTM 525, was so I could ride straight from my own garage to a trailhead without trucks or trailers.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0014.xml
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DENNIS KIRK.
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DENNIS KIRK.
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0015.xml
article
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TDC
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Fixing things
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Kevin Cameron
How DO WE LEARN TO DO THINGS? Many who later become motorcyclists grow up fixing things. A child confronts a wind-up alarm clock that doesn't go anymore. With a screwdriver it's possible to remove the case and reveal the works inside. Shaking the clock causes it to tick a few times, and demonstrates the back-and-forth rotation of the balance wheel.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0016.xml
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HARD-KROME: K-2
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HARD-KROME
K-2
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0017.xml
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YAMAHA
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YAMAHA
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0018.xml
article
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DEPARTMENTS
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HOTSHOTS
Road Rocket
Techno Freaks
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When I saw the new Triumph Rocket III (CW, August), my jaw hit the floor and I started to drool. This is one badass bike! I live in the Land of Harley, where we believe you need a big V-Twin to deliver awesome horsepower and torque. Leave it to the Brits to turn everyone on their ears.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0019.xml
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icon
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0020.xml
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Kuryakyn
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Küryakyn
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0021.xml
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Dynojet
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Dynojet
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0022.xml
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MOTORCYCLE STUFF
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MOTORCYCLE STUFF
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0023.xml
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Z1R: StrikeRazor
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Z1R
StrikeRazor
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0024.xml
review
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DEPARTMENTS
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NEW IDEAS
BOS Exhaust Systems
Oil Safe Drums
KTM casual watch
Eagle One Wax As-U-Dry
CruzTools Sliding T-Driver Socket Set
Sidi Joel Robert Replica
S&S Concepts Fast Funnel
Spiegler Brake Systems USA, LLC
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Spiegler Brake Systems USA, LLC
BOS Exhaust Systems
$339
Here's an exhaust note from the Netherlands: BOS is bringing its European style and racetrack-proven performance to the States. The latest systems feature stainless-steel baffles, tubing and polished end caps, with a choice of aluminum, carbon-fiber or titanium muffler sleeves. Several versions are available (including underseat systems) for current sport- and naked bikes. Prices start at $339.
Spiegler Brake Systems USA, LLC
Oil Safe Drums
$8 to $26
Chemical- and heat-resistant Oil Safe drums are a safe and efficient way to pour, store and transport lubricants. Ranging in size from 1.5 to 10 liters, the translucent, graduated containers are manufactured from high-density polyethylene, and feature built-in anti-static and ultra-violet inhibitors. Five interchangeable leak-proof lids-three "delivery," one storage and one utility-come in a range of bright colors for easy coding. Drums range in price from $8 to $26, and lids from $12 to $33.
Spiegler Brake Systems USA, LLC
KTM casual watch
$50
Who says BMW, Ducati and Harley riders should get all the cool swag? Not KTM. which has addressed that faux pas with its new $50 casual watch. The high-quality, stainless-steel, battery-powered timekeeper features a scratch-resistant, bright-orange face that is sure to be a conversation starter.
Spiegler Brake Systems USA, LLC
Eagle One Wax As-U-Dry
$4.99
Dry and wax your motorcycle at the same time? That's the idea here. Postsoap 'n' suds, spray a light coat of Wax As-U-Dry on all metal and plastic surfaces (including windshield), then wipe off using a clean towel or chamois. The result is a protective, residue-free shine. May also be used between washes as a quick detailer. An 18-ounce bottle retails for $4.99.
Spiegler Brake Systems USA, LLC
CruzTools Sliding T-Driver Socket Set
$27
A new addition to CruzTools' PowerDrive line, the Sliding T-Driver with Socket Set includes: a 3/8-inchdrive sliding "T" handle; 8-, 10-, 12-, 14- and 17mm sockets; 5- and 6mm hex bits; and a #2 Phillips screwdriver bit, all of which fit on a snap-on clip. Dazzling in polished chrome, the set retails for $27.
Spiegler Brake Systems USA, LLC
Sidi Joel Robert Replica
$250
Back in 1970, six-time 250cc world motocross champ Joel Robert helped Sidi produce the first purpose-built MX boot. Now, 34 years later, a replica of the Belgian's boot is back in production, the only significant alteration being a modern-day sole-and the $250 price.
Spiegler Brake Systems USA, LLC
S&S Concepts Fast Funnel
$1.50
Tear off, pop open and pour. That's the idea behind the Fast Funnel. Manufactured from coated heavy stock and sold in convenient $1.50 three-packs, the folding spout takes the hassle out of adding engine oil or coolant, even on bikes with difficult-to-reach filler holes. Plus, it's disposable, so there's no post-fill drip to wipe up. Stow one under the seat of your motorcycle or in a saddlebag for on-road top-ups, and hang the others on a wall in your garage using the handy hook opening.
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0025.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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YAMAHA MT-01 HITS THE ROAD!!!
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David Edwards
DANG, IT'S HAPPENED again! A concept bike has escaped the show circuit and will appear in dealerships soon—unfortunately for us, though, it won't be in U.S. showrooms, at least not for now. Yamaha's rakish MT-01 was the smash-hit of the 1999 Tokyo Motor Show, looking very much like the result of a clandestine coupling between a Buell and a V-Max.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0026.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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DEEP DISCOUNT?
LAGUNA SECA CAN BE YOURS!
BIKETOBERFEST OR BUST...
BLATA, BLATA, BLATA
ONE LAST RIDE
BLM HAND-SLAPPED
H-D MUSEUM GETS GO-AHEAD
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Whoa up there, pardner! No, your local Harley dealer is not up to his old price-gouging ways again, so back away from the keyboard and save the stamps. We blew it when we announced in Roundup last month that '05-model Custom Vehicle Operations V-Rods were going for $17K and change—that's the stocker's MSRP. The CVO versions, with more displacement and 10 percent more horsepower and torque, plus custom paint and special wheels, go for $24,495.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0027.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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HUMAN-POWERED HONDA
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Andrew Juskaitis
Honda's racing arm, HRC, has successfully been campaigning this super-trick aluminum framed downhill mountain bike—dubbed the RN01—over the past season of the UCI World Cup Downhill race series. While the alloy frame is trick and suspension custom Showa, the centerpiece of the design is the internal gearbox mechanism located low in the frame that allows the bike to function sans front or rear derailleurs.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0028.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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IF APPLE BUILT A MOTORCYCLE...
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Steve Anderson
THE NEW, 984cc BUELL Lightning CityX (say "City Cross") is all about attitude. In performance terms, the only things that substantially set it off from 2004's 984cc Lightning are the stiffer 43mm fork and the new Pirelli Scorpion Sync tires.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0029.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON GETS LOW
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Steve Anderson
A Harley-Davison Alligator? No, Harley didn't announce a Dan Gurney-licensed cruiser at its annual dealer show and 2005 model introduction, but the Motor Company did show a pair of new models that feature exceptionally low seat heights.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0030.xml
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0031.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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25 YEARS AGO OCTOBER, 1979
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Don Canet
Detail photos of the Ten Best Bikes of 1979 on this issue's cover offered clues to which machines earned top honors within. If the fanned-out cooling fins of Maico's Magnum 450 Open-class motocrosser didn't get readers hot, then surely instrument-cluster close-ups of Honda's CB750F, CX500 and the lightweight Hawk would rev up readers.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0032.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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A 50/50 CHANCE YOU'RE A FUTURE RACER...
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Mark Cernicky
A 50cc ENGINE DOESN'T usually make a person think "roadracer," but the Honda Dream 50R and NSR50R owe their very existence to motorcycle sport. Their spiritual inspiration was provided by the late Soichiro Honda's original dream of taking part in international roadracing more than 50 years ago, specifically spurred on by his 1959 visit to the Isle of Man TT. The connection to Honda’s roadracing history is obvious in the $5499 Dream 50R, built as a modern replica of the CR110 club racer sold to the public beginning in June of 1962.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0033.xml
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RJRTC: Winston
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RJRTC
Winston
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0034.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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Ups & Downs
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UP: To Gary Eagan, for breaking the Iron Butt Association's record for a north-south transverse of North America. Riding a Ducati Multistrada outfitted with a 6-gallon auxiliary fuel cell, the noted long distance rider covered the 5632 miles from Prudhome Bay, Alaska, to Key West, Florida in a mindboggling 101 hours.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0035.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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Quick Ride
SHERCO 2.9 One more reason to try trials
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Jimmy Lewis
THE SPORT OF OBSERVED trials has come a long way over the years, and it's still heading out there. Just look at what trials bikes have evolved into: a motor housed in the slimmest of frames, and not much more. Wheel sizes have stayed the course with a 21-inch front and an 18-inch rear, and suspension travel hovers in the 6- to 8-inch range, but beyond that everything has changed.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0036.xml
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HONDA
CRF450R
HONDA
CRF250R
HONDA
CR85R
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0037.xml
review
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CW COMPARISON
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EXCELLENCE EXEMPLIFIED
Searching once again for the World's Best Streetbike
APRILIA
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APRILIA
TUONO
$11,999
APRILIA
R1200GS
$15,100
APRILIA
XB12S
$10,995
APRILIA
MULTISTRADA
$11,995
APRILIA
FXDX DYNA SPORT
$13,995
APRILIA
INTERCEPTOR ABS
$10,999
APRILIA
BRUTALE S
$13,995
APRILIA
Z1000
$8499
APRILIA
950 ADVENTURE
$11,998
APRILIA
1000S
$11,900
APRILIA
V-STORM
$8999
APRILIA
SPEED TRIPLE
$8890
APRILIA
FZ1
$8499
MARK HOYER
IT'S MADNESS TO TRY TO CHOOSE THE WORLD'S Best Streetbike. Hard enough to choose a winner in a narrow-focus category, like your 1000cc superbikes or 600cc supersport machines. But to gather 13 motorcycles from as many manufacturers around the world—a sport-cruiser, standards, sportbikes, adventure-tourers and others that defy category and get called "naked"—then hit the road for three days and close to 1000 miles riding north, south, east and west, up mountains, into valleys, along the coast, on freeways and deserted two-lanes looking for that One True Bike from among the many-man, that is nuts!
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0038.xml
article
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CYCLE WORLD Handling Course
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CONE KINGS
Getting a handle on it
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Don Canet
Saddle-hopping 13 machines can make your head spin, especially if a skid pad is part of the equation. To distill handling differences between each bike, we set up a simple course in a parking lot at California Speedway consisting of a 200-foot-diameter skid circle, a coned slalom and a hairpin turnaround.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0039.xml
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48-a,48-b
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GEICO: Cycle-Gard
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GEICO
Cycle-Gard
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0040.xml
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mvagustausa
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mvagustausa
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0041.xml
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motosquad
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motosquad
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0042.xml
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VANCE & HINES
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VANCE & HINES
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0043.xml
article
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FEATURES
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Hoot-n-Holler
Cycle World's Rolling Concours gains a Southern accent
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DAVID EDWARDS
As STOPLIGHTS GO, THIS ONE WAS A CERTIFIABLE hall-of-famer. Waiting for the green was a 1958 Moto Guzzi Falcone, its laydown Single chuffing away nicely, evidenced by the spinning of its external "bacon slicer" flywheel. Next to it, a classic 1969 BMW R60/2 in ivory white, looking like something a tweedy, pipe-smoking professor might ride to campus.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0044.xml
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FEATURES
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Ride to Remember
Superhawks across America
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David Edwards
It’s entirely appropriate that Ed Abdo and Mike Krzemien should cap their cross-county odyssey aboard 1960s CB77 Honda Superhawks at the Cycle World Rolling Concours. It was our own Peter Egan, see, who provided the inspiration for their trip.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0045.xml
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SHOEI
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SHOEI
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0046.xml
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Brockton Cycle Center
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BROCKTON CYCLE CENTER
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0047.xml
article
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FEATURES
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Italian Lessons
How far would you go to be a better rider?
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BRIAN CATTERSON
OKAY, I ADMIT IT: I'M A LOUSY STUDENT. Always have been. Although I some-how managed to earn a college degree in journalism, my high-school years were a blur, spent cutting class and getting high in the woods beyond the athletic fields. Forget about reading, writing and 'rithmetic, all I cared about was sex and drugs and rock-and-roll.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0048.xml
review
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FEATURES
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2005 DUCATI 999R
A Superbike for America
DUCATI
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DUCATI
999R
$29,995
Brian Catterson
What does it take to stay on top of Superbike racing? One key element is refinement, and for the 2005 model year, Ducati has done just that with its flagship 999R. Why bring out the '05 model so early? Simple: Racing rules required it. When Ducati Corse decided to ramp up its involvement in the 2004 AMA Superbike season with Eric Bostrom and the Ducati Austin team, they needed to produce a bike to suit that series' technical rules, which are slightly different than those in FIM-sanctioned World Superbike competition.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0049.xml
review
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FEATURES
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HUSQVARNA 510 CENTENNIAL
One hundred years in the making
HUSQVARNA
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HUSQVARNA
510 CENTENNIAL
$22,000
Brian Catterson
A funny thing happened on the way to motocross school. Having showed up at the Cagiva factory early in the morning, I was dismayed to discover that class didn't commence until afternoon. So to pass the time, Press Officer Martino Bianchi set up a little demo ride for me—on a $22,000 dirtbike!
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0050.xml
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SUZUKI
S40
SUZUKI
S50
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0051.xml
article
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CW RIDING IMPRESSION
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Christini All-Wheel Drive
At last, the front wheel isn't just along for the ride
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PAUL DEAN
WE HAVE SEEN THE FUTURE. AND IT INVOLVES MOTORCYCLES THAT PULL AS WELL as they push. That's no joke, no cutesy play on words. Technically, motorcycles push themselves forward with the rear wheel, an arrangement that gets the job done just fine, thank you, as it has for more than a century.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0052.xml
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cyclegear
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cyclegear
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0053.xml
article
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FEATURES
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2WD
Next stop, streetbikes?
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Two-wheel-drive might not be a dirtbike-only experiment. There are other technologies that may one day make 2WD attractive on the street as well. One is regenerative braking, now being contemplated for trucks and buses used in stop-and-go urban driving, Instead of throwing vehicle kinetic energy away as heat in friction brakes, such systems employ hydraulic pumps at each wheel, generating brake torque by forcing fluid into a high-pressure accumulator.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0054.xml
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stella
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stella
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0055.xml
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SCORPION SPORTS, INC.: SCORPION EXO
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SCORPION SPORTS, INC.
SCORPION EXO
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0056.xml
review
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TESTS
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Long-Term Update
Honda CBR600RR Round and round
Kawasaki Z1000 Better than new?
KTM 525 SMC Dual sport bike
Honda
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Honda
CBR600RR
$8599
Honda
Z1000
$8499
Honda
525 SMC
$7298
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It's going too fast! Not our long-term Honda CBR600RR, our time together. It's been a few months since our last update, but aside from one minor setback, it's been nothing but oil and tires changes for Old Faithful. We recently sampled a set of the new Maxxis Supermaxx radials ($288).
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0057.xml
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KRYPTONITE
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KRYPTONITE
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0058.xml
review
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DEPARTMENTS
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THE CW LIBRARY
The Bikeriders
Birth of a Legend
First Chronicle Books
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First Chronicle Books
The Bikeriders
$23
First Chronicle Books
Birth of a Legend
$50
David Edwards
Kevin Cameron
Riding a classic is one thing, but reading a classic? That's an entirely apt description of Danny Lyon's book, The Bikeriders, a seminal work of photojournalism originally published in 1968, and lucky for us now available in reprinted form.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0059.xml
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MICHELIN: Pilot Power
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MICHELIN
Pilot Power
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CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0060.xml
review
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CW EVALUATION
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Velocity Street Laminated Tearoffs
Seeing is believing
Velocity Tearoffs, Inc.
[no value]
Velocity Tearoffs, Inc.
[no value]
$12
[no value]
ANYONE WHO HAS PURCHASED A REplacement faceshield knows they don’t come cheap—as much as $60 in some cases. Yet the nonstop beating from bugs and road debris makes it difficult to keep them clean and free of scratches. What to do? Racing tear-offs are one possible option, but fitment requires drilling holes in the shield for mounting posts-or the purchase of a shield equipped with posts.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0061.xml
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84
84
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[no value]
D.I.D: X2-RING
[no value]
D.I.D
X2-RING
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0062.xml
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85
85
[no value]
[no value]
FULMER
[no value]
FULMER
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0063.xml
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86
86
[no value]
[no value]
THOMSON
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THOMSON
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0064.xml
review
86
86
CW EVALUATION
[no value]
The MotoCam
Rear-vision system
CyberSpeed Technologies
[no value]
CyberSpeed Technologies
MotoCam
$650
[no value]
WHEN IT COMES TO STREET RIDING safety, seeing is everything. Designed to improve situation awareness, the MotoCam employs video technology to compensate for the rearview blind spot inherent with motorcycle mirrors. Installing the three-piece system onto our Yamaha FZ6 testbike took less than 30 minutes.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0065.xml
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87
87
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[no value]
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0066.xml
article
88
88,89,90,92,94,96,98,99,100,101,102
RACE WATCH
[no value]
WAR OF THE WORLDS
Where is Superbike racing headed, both here and abroad?
[no value]
[no value]
KEVIN CAMERON
A SPEC-TIRE RULE KEPT TWO WORLDS—AMA AND WORLD Superbike—separate at Laguna Seca Raceway. Young Aussie Chris Vermeulen, on a Dutch-prepared Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR, won both WSB legs, topping the "Ducati army" headed by series points leaders James Toseland and Regis Laconi.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0067.xml
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91
91
[no value]
[no value]
Arai Helmets, Ltd.
[no value]
Arai Helmets, Ltd.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0068.xml
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93
93
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
Protect All, Inc.
Protect All Polish, Wax &Treatment
Protect All, Inc.
Cable Care Kit
Protect All, Inc.
Cable Luber
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0069.xml
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94
94
[no value]
[no value]
CHAMPION
[no value]
CHAMPION
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0070.xml
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95
95
[no value]
[no value]
MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS INSTITUTE
[no value]
MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS INSTITUTE
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0071.xml
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96
96
[no value]
[no value]
ROYAL ENFIELD: BULLET 65
[no value]
ROYAL ENFIELD
BULLET 65
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0072.xml
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97
97
[no value]
[no value]
MAW
[no value]
MAW
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0073.xml
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98
98
[no value]
[no value]
BEL-RAY Company, Inc.: EXS
[no value]
BEL-RAY Company, Inc.
EXS
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0074.xml
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99
99
[no value]
[no value]
tourmaster: CORTECH
[no value]
tourmaster
CORTECH
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0075.xml
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100
100
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
Motion Pro, Inc.
Levers
Motion Pro, Inc.
Throttles
Motion Pro, Inc.
Grips
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0076.xml
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101
101
[no value]
[no value]
tourmaster: CORTECH
[no value]
tourmaster
CORTECH
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0077.xml
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102
102
[no value]
[no value]
Motul USA, Inc.
[no value]
Motul USA, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0078.xml
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103
103
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisement
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0079.xml
article
104
104,106,107
RACE WATCH
[no value]
Clipboard
Men at The Isle
[no value]
[no value]
David Booth
I figured I knew everything there was to know about the Isle of Man TT. But when I arrived in Douglas this past June just in time to catch Suzuki-mounted Open Production winner Bruce Anstey explode over Ago's Leap at 165 miles per hour while only 3 feet away from a wall made from bricks as sharp as razor blades, I realized right then and there I knew absolutely nothing about this nearly century-old roadrace.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0080.xml
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104
104
[no value]
[no value]
COBRA: Fi2000
[no value]
COBRA
Fi2000
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0081.xml
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105
105
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisement
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0082.xml
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106
106
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisement: S100
[no value]
[no value]
S100
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0083.xml
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107
107
[no value]
[no value]
GI.VI USA, Inc.
[no value]
GI.VI USA, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0084.xml
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107
107
[no value]
[no value]
K&N Engineering, Inc.
[no value]
K&N Engineering, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0085.xml
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108
108,109
[no value]
[no value]
CHAPARRAL
[no value]
CHAPARRAL
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0086.xml
article
110
110,111,112,113
DEPARTMENTS
[no value]
SERVICE
Where the rubber doesn't meet the road
Crazy 8s or sweet 16s?
Like, totally gross
[no value]
[no value]
Paul Dean
I enjoyed Kevin Cameron's July-issue "Rubber Revolution" article that described how tires are manufactured, even though he lost me a few times with all the technical jargon. But I have questions about the service life of the current crop of motorcycle tires.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0087.xml
article
111
111
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[no value]
ToolTime
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Paul Dean
If you've ever tried to adjust the compression damping on certain motocross or enduro bikes with inverted forks, you know that accessing the adjusters can be a minor annoyance. Each adjusting screw is located atop its respective fork leg, directly under the horizontal portion of the handlebar, which makes it difficult to get the blade of a screwdriver into the adjuster's slot.
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0088.xml
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111
111
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[no value]
Progressive Suspension
[no value]
Progressive Suspension
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0089.xml
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112
112
[no value]
[no value]
PROGRESSIVE MOTORCYCLE INSURANCE
[no value]
PROGRESSIVE MOTORCYCLE INSURANCE
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0090.xml
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113
113
[no value]
[no value]
Talon
[no value]
Talon
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0091.xml
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113
113
[no value]
[no value]
MOTO-TOTE
[no value]
MOTO-TOTE
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0092.xml
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113
113
[no value]
[no value]
MOTORCYCLE INDUSTRY COUNCIL, INC.
[no value]
MOTORCYCLE INDUSTRY COUNCIL, INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0093.xml
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113
113
[no value]
[no value]
K&N Engineering, Inc.
[no value]
K&N Engineering, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0094.xml
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114
114,115,116,117,118,119,120,121,122,123,124,125
[no value]
[no value]
CYCLE WORLD SHOWCASE
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0095.xml
article
126
126
DEPARTMENTS
[no value]
SLIPSTREAM
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_20041001_0043_010_0096.xml
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127
127
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[no value]
Dickies
[no value]
Dickies
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0097.xml
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128
128
[no value]
[no value]
TRIUMPH
[no value]
TRIUMPH
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20041001_0043_010_0098.xml