Issue: 20070901

Saturday, September 1, 2007
September
9
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Thursday, August 28, 2014
12/10/2014 8:32:51 PM

Articles
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0001.xml
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toyota: TUNDRA
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toyota
TUNDRA
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0002.xml
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KAWASAKI: CONCOURS 14
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KAWASAKI
CONCOURS 14
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0003.xml
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cobra
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cobra
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0004.xml
tableOfContents
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0005.xml
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icon
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0006.xml
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SPEED
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SPEED
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0007.xml
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ZERO GRAVITY
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ZERO GRAVITY
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0008.xml
masthead
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0009.xml
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tourmaster: Tour Master Flex
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tourmaster
Tour Master Flex
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0010.xml
article
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UP FRONT
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Anatomy of a black eye
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David Edwards
VIEWED THROUGH MODERN EYES, IT’S tough to see what all the fuss was about. In 1953’s The Wild One, Marlon Brando, supposedly the archetypal biker hood, comes off as more of a constipated Village Person. In nominating the film (so far, unsuccessfully) for inclusion in the National Film Registry-a repository of “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant” movies-the Library of Congress’ Karen Lund notes the paradox, too.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0011.xml
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ebay Motors
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ebay Motors
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0012.xml
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SUZUKI
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SUZUKI
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0013.xml
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LEANINGS
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A trip to the new Barber
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Peter Egan
WELL, THIS CERTAINLY ISN’T HOW I’D hoped to arrive. For years I’ve imagined a sportbike ride from Wisconsin down to the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum near Birmingham, leaning this way and that through the shaded green hills of the South, dressed in full leathers and dialing on the throttle in a road-narrowing rush of speed.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0014.xml
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DENNIS KIRK
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DENNIS KIRK
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0015.xml
article
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TDC
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Technology duel
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Kevin Cameron
THERE MUST HAVE BEEN SOMETHING close to desperation at Yamaha after Valentino Rossi reported that both his bike and its Michelin tires performed flawlessly in the Chinese MotoGP-yet Casey Stoner won by 3 seconds on a Bridge-stone-shod Ducati.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0016.xml
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SHOEI: X-ELEVEN E-BOZ TC-I
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SHOEI
X-ELEVEN E-BOZ TC-I
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0017.xml
article
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DEPARTMENTS
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HOTSHOTS
Racing for a cure
Island madness
Non-starter
Big Bandito
Pair-a-Ducks
UnSquare Four
Snake charmer?
Slippery stuff
Torquin’ smack
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Regarding Kevin Cameron’s article about the AMA (Race Watch, “Imminent Change,” July) and the state of racing in the U.S., he is right on. I am a longtime racer, enthusiast and general motorcycle lover.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0018.xml
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MICHELIN: Pilot Road 2
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MICHELIN
Pilot Road 2
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0019.xml
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ford
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ford
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0020.xml
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ford
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ford
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0021.xml
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SHARK: RSR 2 Duhamel
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SHARK
RSR 2 Duhamel
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0022.xml
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HYOSUNG MOTORS: Hyosung GV650
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HYOSUNG MOTORS
Hyosung GV650
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0023.xml
review
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DEPARTMENTS
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NEW IDEAS
Team Hawg Racing Lift
RXR Organic Air Protector
CruzTools DMX2
Design Engineering Reflect-A-Cool
Acewell Speedometers
Dowco Fastrax Sport & Adventure Luggage
Revision Eyewear
Hearing Dynamics HD 2000 Pro In-Ear Headphones
Skinners Helmet Covers
Aero Design 3-Season Vegan Gloves
Peet Helmet DryPort
Street FX Electropods
Team Hawg Racing
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Team Hawg Racing
Team Hawg Racing Lift
$200
Gotta get your cruiser, dirtbike or sportbike off the ground? Then you need a Team Hawg Racing Lift. An alternative to traditional table lifts, the THR Lift leaves both front and rear wheels free for easy removal. Choose from the Trackside Pro ($200), the Smart Lift ($799) or the Cruz R Up lift ($450). The latter hydraulically takes any sub-800-pound boulevard bike from 4 to 21 inches off the deck in less than 60 seconds.
Team Hawg Racing
RXR Organic Air Protector
$200
Let’s face it: Motocross bikes are getting faster and the jumps are getting bigger. So you need more protection. The RXR Organic Air Protector ($200) gives you just that, without restricting movement. Tipping the scales at less than 2 pounds, the inflatable torso guard uses exclusive, patented Air Shock Absorber technology-think air bag for your body. In the event of a fall, air moves quickly between the various chambers to absorb impact energy before it reaches your body. Replacement bladders cost $70.
Team Hawg Racing
CruzTools DMX2
$100
Why wear a heavy fanny pack when you can mount your tools on your motorcycle? CruzTools’ DMX2 ($100) is a fully equipped toolkit that fits either the front or the rear fender of most dirtbikes. Compression straps and hook-and-loop tape secure the 500-denier nylon kit to a supplied bolt-on fender pad.
Team Hawg Racing
Design Engineering Reflect-A-Cool
$11
Beat engine and exhaust heat with Reflect-A-Cool. Designed to withstand direct continuous temperatures as high as 400 degrees Fahrenheit, the self-adhesive aluminum sheets are available in a range of sizes and can be trimmed to fit various shapes. Prices start at $11.
Team Hawg Racing
Acewell Speedometers
$109
Can't decipher the tiny, densely packed numbers on your speedometer and tachometer while on the fly? Acewell Speedometers’ high-tech multi-function design combines backlit, easy-to-read digital and analog bar graphics for road speed, rpm and temperature with a run timer that acts as a service reminder. Prices start at $109.
Team Hawg Racing
Dowco Fastrax Sport & Adventure Luggage
$110
Cross-country-compatible soft luggage? Dowco’s got you covered. Engineered by sport riders for sport riders, the ergonomically designed, universal-fit Fastrax tail bag ($110), tank bag ($120) and saddlebags ($170) are constructed from rugged 1680-denier polyester. Among the many features: nine-option color-coding system, audio/electronic ports and waterproof zippers with lockable, molded pulls.
Team Hawg Racing
Revision Eyewear
$60
Since Revision Eyewear is designed to exceed military standards for ballistic protection, an errant rock tossed up by a passing 18-wheeler shouldn’t pose a vision problem. Choose from three styles: Sawfly Eyewear System ($60), Desert Locust Military Goggle ($70) or Bullet Ant Tactical Goggle ($70, shown). The latter has a slim profile that doesn’t interfere with snug-fitting open-face helmets. Prescription vision-correction lenses are available.
Team Hawg Racing
Hearing Dynamics HD 2000 Pro In-Ear Headphones
$250
Custom in-ear headphones are only as good as the molds from which they are produced. That’s why Hearing Dynamics relies on certified hearing professionals to make impressions for their customers. Result? Improved comfort, fit and reduced wind noise. Great for iPods, CD, DVD and MP3 players and satellite radios, the molded-vinyl, single-driver HD 2000 Pros ($250) are individually labeled for left and right ears, flush-fitting for in-helmet use, offer a wide frequency response and provide 25-decibel noise suppression. A corrosion-resistant 3.5mm plug is standard, and each pair comes with a protective zippered carrying case.
Team Hawg Racing
Skinners Helmet Covers
$15-25
Personalize your helmet? Why not? Skinners helmet covers make it easy to quickly customize your lid. The patented creations have been tested at speeds up to 110 mph. More than 150 different designs are available, with prices ranging from $15-25.
Team Hawg Racing
Aero Design 3-Season Vegan Gloves
$67
Looking for a lightweight textile alternative to traditional medium-gauntlet leather gloves? Aero Design, maker of the Aerostich Roadcrafter riding suit, suggests the all-black 3-Season Vegan ($67, S-XL sizes). Soft, synthetic materials provide all-day comfort, and attention to safety includes molded knuckle guards. A rubber faceshield squeegee is positioned atop the left thumb.
Team Hawg Racing
Peet Helmet DryPort
$40
Say goodbye to wet boots, gloves and helmet liners. Peet’s electrically powered thermal convection dryers funnel warm air upward through ports to eliminate perspiration and odor. Choose from the Original Peet ($40), the Helmet DryPort ($15) or the Glove DryPort ($15). Or, buy ’em all!
Team Hawg Racing
Street FX Electropods
$20
If your straight-through exhaust no longer captures bystanders’ attention, accent lighting might do the trick. Street FX Electropods ($20) come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from strips that bend to fit practically any surface to compact shapes that are small enough to slip into the tiniest on-bike nook or cranny. Should you need to locate your bike at night, a wireless remote is available. Add a Bass Reactive Music Interface to synchronize the light show with music.
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0024.xml
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VANCE & HINES
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VANCE & HINES
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0025.xml
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VANCE & HINES
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VANCE & HINES
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0026.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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SMALLER, LIGHTER, FASTER
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Kevin Cameron
JUST AS MBAS WITH a business plan may knock on venture capital's door, today engineers can design a virtual motorcycle on Solid Works, structure by Finite Element Analysis and internal and external aerodynamics by Computational Fluid Dynamics.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0027.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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2008 STREET TRIP
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Blake Conner
Take one part Speed Triple, one part Daytona 675, sprinkle in a little spirit of a vintage 650cc Bonneville and you get Hinckley's latest creation: the Street Triple. Like the original Bonnie did way back in '59, this liahtweight, upright middleweight should have all the right ingredients for sporting nirvana, just expressed in fully modern terms.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0028.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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TDC FOR YOU AND ME
SHOWTIME!
LEASE YOUR APRILIA
WIN A ROCKET
EDISON DYE, 1918-2007
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Clear your schedule, tune up your brain and get ready for a major trip through motorcycle racing and technical history, Top Dead Center: The Best of Kevin Cameron, is here. With writings selected from his 35-year career with both Cycle and Cycle World, the 320-page hardcover is a compendium of his best work and includes photos from his personal collection.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0029.xml
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ROUNDUP
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25 YEARS AGO SEPTEMBER, 1982
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Paul Dean
“The Liquidators” was the headline emblazoned across the issue’s cover heralding a shootout between the liquid-cooled 125cc motocross bikes from the four Japanese companies. Liquid-cooled MXers were such a recent development that people often referred to them as “water-pumpers” to distinguish them from their air-cooled counterparts.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0030.xml
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ROUNDUP
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ITALIAN V-FORCE
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Mark Hover
THE CELL-PHONE CAMera is just one of the many little electronic devices that is clearly playing havoc with the usually secretive development departments at motorcycle manufacters. The computer-enhanced photo-illustration below is an example, because it was based on a low-res photo of Aprilia’s all-new “Race Machine,” captured in what appeared to be the Aprilia design center in Noale!
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0031.xml
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Benelli: TNT 1130cc
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Benelli
TNT 1130cc
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0032.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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NEW 'BUSA BREAKS COVER
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Kevin Cameron
BRAND MANAGERS STALK the halls of major enterprises, ensuring that corporate and product identity are maintained. Suzuki is sport-bikes! And greatest among them has been the flamboyant Hayabusa, whose name is velocity. Let nothing change this central truth!
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0033.xml
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Z1R
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Z1R
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0034.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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Ups & Downs
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DOWN: To aging action-flick hero Bruce Willis, for hogging the limelight on the June cover of Vanity Fair. Star shooter Annie Leibovitz obviously was going for a Steve McQueen vibe when she posed Willis on a suitably battle-scarred mid-’60s Triumph TR6 desert sled and turned on the wind machine.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0035.xml
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ROUNDUP
Quick Ride
KYMCO XCITING 500
The next big thing?
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Gabe Ets-Hokin
EVERYTHING THAT used to be small is now big: motorcycles, TVs, fountain drinks and now scooters.The biggest two-wheeler from Taiwan is the Kymco Xciting, and everything about it is big. It’s powered by a 499cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke dohc single-cylinder engine, has a huge windscreen, triple-disc brakes and a 63-inch wheelbase.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0036.xml
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RED WING SHOES
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RED WING SHOES
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0037.xml
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CW EXCLUSIVE
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VICTORY VISION
From the Midwest, a world-class touring machine
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KEVIN CAMERON
WHEN YOU MAKE A DEAL, IF THE other party agrees too easily, you know you've overlooked something. So it is with styling. If everyone loves it, the designer knows it’s too conventional and has nothing left for tomorrow. I’m looking at the first 106-inch Victory Vision Tour to roll off the production line in Spirit Lake, Minnesota.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0038.xml
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CW RIDING IMPRESSION
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VISION ON THE ROAD
A cruiser-only company no more
KYMCO
XCITING 500
MARK HOYER
IT WAS A MOST UNEXPECTED MOTORCYCLE. EVEN though Victory has set itself apart from other recent American bike-manufacturing start-ups by: a) not failing; b) not failing twice; and c) actually succeeding and making a profit, the 2008 Vision was still quite a shock.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0039.xml
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CW EXCLUSIVE
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HEAVY HITTER
Concours 14: Inside Kawasaki's sport-tour de force
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MARK HOYER
SPEC-PANEL SPECULATION CAN BE A DANGEROUS thing in this business. But in the case of the Kawasaki Concours 14, it is impossible to resist. Building a sport-tourer on the foundation of the quickest production bike ever made fuels a powerful curiosity in motorcycle enthusiasts.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0041.xml
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Advertisements
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Kawasaki Motors Corp.
KX450F
Kawasaki Motors Corp.
KX250F
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0042.xml
review
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CW COMPARISON
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BMW F800ST vs. Honda Interceptor
Comparing every 800cc sport-tourer sold in America. All two of them.
BMW
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BMW
F800ST
$13.553
BMW
INTERCEPTOR
$13.099
PAUL DEAN
SOMEONE NEEDS TO COME UP WITH A BETTER NAME for motorcycles like these. They’re called “sport-tourers,” but for most people, that term is more confusing than G.W. Bush’s explanation of...well, just about everything. “Sport” resides at one far end of the streetbike spectrum, “touring” at the other, leaving people to wonder just exactly where any given sport-tourer operates within those extremes.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0043.xml
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COBRA
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COBRA
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0044.xml
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URAL
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URAL
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0045.xml
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DUNLOP: D756
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DUNLOP
D756
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0046.xml
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FULMER HELMETS
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FULMER HELMETS
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0047.xml
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NISSAN
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NISSAN
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0048.xml
article
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FEATURES
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MOTHER RODE
Mom is my co-pilot
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ROBERT PANDYA
AFAMILIAR, LIGHTLY ACCENTED voice in my head whispered “Be careful” as I laid out the plan. Pick up a bike in Denver for a week-long trip to San Francisco. With my mother. In my 39th year on this fine planet, it was time to kick back and spend more quality time with family, in this case taking my mom Jackie on her first epic motorcycle ride.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0049.xml
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FEATURES
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Love Machine
The why of riding
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PETER JONES
I LOVE OLD BIKES FOR WHAT THEY WERE AND NEW BIKES for what they are. I love the romance of kick starts and the convenience of starter buttons. I love bikes with more power than I sometimes have the discretion to use properly. I love passing cars where no car can pass.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0050.xml
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CW EXCLUSIVE
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Ridin' the Wedge
2008 S&S X-Wedge: Clearing the air for primetime
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DON CANET
FOR A PERFORMANCE-MINDED, THIRD-GENERATION, FAMILY-owned-and-operated company such as S&S-which has built a name making power and noise for decades-moving ahead into a brave new world of tighter EPA mandates calling for cleaner and quieter exhaust emissions has presented a formidable challenge.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0051.xml
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Allstate Insurance Company
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Allstate Insurance Company
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0052.xml
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79a
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HARD-KROME
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HARD-KROME
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0053.xml
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harley-davidson
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harley-davidson
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0054.xml
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Advertisement: Cycle World
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Cycle World
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0055.xml
review
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CW EVALUATIONS
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StarCom1 Advance
Managing all that noise
Tecstar Electronics Ltd.
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Tecstar Electronics Ltd.
StarCom1 Advance
$288
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GOT A LOT OF ELECTRONIC GADGETS? So do we. Problem is integrating all of those devices so you can get directions from your GPS, a warning from a radar detector, a call from your boss, or angry admonishments from your passenger without flipping switches, messing with wires or having to fiddle with volume knobs.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0056.xml
review
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CW EVALUATIONS
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VisorVision V2 Sponge
Foam for your faceshield
VisorVision Ltd.
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VisorVision Ltd.
VisorVision V2 Sponge
$13
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IT IS A FACT OF MOTORCYCLING LIFE: Your faceshield will eventually need cleaning. No matter how careful you are or where you ride, bugs, dirt and road grime will eventually find you, often at the most inopportune moment, heeled over in the middle of a corner, for instance, to make a complete mess of your personal window to the world.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0057.xml
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cortech: GK SPORT
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cortech
GK SPORT
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0058.xml
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Advertisement: cycleworld
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cycleworld
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0059.xml
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CYCLEWORLD
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CYCLEWORLD
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0060.xml
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dp-brakes
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dp-brakes
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0061.xml
review
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CW EVALUATION
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Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa
Street-legal race rubber
Pirelli Tires
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Pirelli Tires
Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa
$279
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FOUR YEARS AS THE SPEC TIRE-MAKER for World Superbike has paid big dividends for Pirelli. For hard-charging streetriders and track-day aficionados, the evidence is in the performance of the recently released World Supersport-bred Diablo Supercorsa.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0062.xml
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Advertisement: MOTORCYCLESHOWS
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MOTORCYCLESHOWS
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0063.xml
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CHAPARRAL
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CHAPARRAL
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0064.xml
article
92
92,93,94,96,98,100,102,104,105,106,107
RACE WATCH
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Precious Resources
In MotoGP, winning now comes down to the serious business of fuel and tires
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NEIL SPALDING
THIS IS THE FIRST YEAR OF THE NEW MOTOGP 800S AND, YES, the engines are now a bit smaller than last year, but no one is talking about displacement. Rather, all the chatter to date has been about the new tire and fuel regulations, as these areas have affected the way the races have been run so far to a greater degree than any reduction in engine size.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0065.xml
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95
95
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HJC
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HJC
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0066.xml
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97
97
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CompetitionAccessories
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CompetitionAccessories
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0067.xml
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98
98
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[no value]
K&N
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K&N
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0068.xml
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99
99
[no value]
[no value]
AMA
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AMA
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[no value]
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0069.xml
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100
100
[no value]
[no value]
Fi2000
[no value]
Fi2000
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[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0070.xml
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101
101
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisement
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0071.xml
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102
102
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[no value]
PROGRASSIVE SUSPENTION
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PROGRASSIVE SUSPENTION
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[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0072.xml
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103
103
[no value]
[no value]
motosport
[no value]
motosport
[no value]
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[no value]
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0073.xml
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104
104
[no value]
[no value]
MAXXIS: PRESA
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MAXXIS
PRESA
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[no value]
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0074.xml
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105
105
[no value]
[no value]
Dynojet: POWER COMMANDER
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Dynojet
POWER COMMANDER
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0075.xml
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106
106
[no value]
[no value]
Motul USA, Inc.
[no value]
Motul USA, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0076.xml
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107
107
[no value]
[no value]
Deltran Battery Tender
[no value]
Deltran Battery Tender
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0077.xml
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107
107
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[no value]
Advertisement: CYCLEWORLD
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CYCLEWORLD
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0078.xml
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107
107
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didchain: 520ERV3 GOLD
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didchain
520ERV3 GOLD
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0079.xml
article
108
108,109,110,111,112,113,114
DEPARTMENTS
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SERVICE
Which meter is neater?
Looking for Mr. Neutral
Undercut? Underdogs?
Tool Time
Candid Cameron
Spec-ulation
R1 throttle response
Feedback Loop
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PAUL DEAN
I have a question about motorcycle electrical systems. My car has an ammeter on the dashboard, and my truck has a voltmeter, but most bikes these days have neither. I think it’s stupid not to have one or the other on a motor vehicle, but I’m not sure which is better.
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0080.xml
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110
110
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PROGRESSIVE
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PROGRESSIVE
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[no value]
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0081.xml
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110
110
[no value]
[no value]
CRG
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CRG
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[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0082.xml
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111
111
[no value]
[no value]
MotorcycleRamps.com
[no value]
MotorcycleRamps.com
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[no value]
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0083.xml
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112
112
[no value]
[no value]
MMI
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MMI
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[no value]
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0084.xml
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112
112
[no value]
[no value]
DENNIS KIRK
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DENNIS KIRK
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0085.xml
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113
113
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[no value]
S100
[no value]
S100
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0086.xml
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114
114
[no value]
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GI.VI USA, Inc.
[no value]
GI.VI USA, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0087.xml
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114
114
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MSF
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MSF
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[no value]
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0088.xml
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114
114
[no value]
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CRUZTOOLS
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CRUZTOOLS
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[no value]
CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0089.xml
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115
115
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[no value]
Advertisement: CYCLE WORLD
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0090.xml
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116
116,117,118,119,120,121,122,123,124,125,126,127,128,129
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CYCLE WORLD SHOWCASE
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0091.xml
article
130
130
DEPARTMENTS
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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_20070901_0046_009_0092.xml
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131
131
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ALPINESTARS
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ALPINESTARS
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0093.xml
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132
132
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MV Agusta: F4 1000 R
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MV Agusta
F4 1000 R
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CycleWorld_20070901_0046_009_0094.xml