Issue: 20080101

Tuesday, January 1, 2008
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Thursday, August 21, 2014
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0001.xml
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YAMAHA
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YAMAHA
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0002.xml
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0003.xml
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Z1R
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Z1R
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0004.xml
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0005.xml
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Advertisements
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batterytender
Battery Tender® Plus
batterytender
Battery Tender® Junior
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0006.xml
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cruztools
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cruztools
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0007.xml
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Cycle World
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0008.xml
masthead
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0009.xml
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MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS INSTITUTE
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MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS INSTITUTE
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0010.xml
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UP FRONT
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A Very Upright Gentleman
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David Edwards
SUDDENLY, I WAS FEELING EMBARRASSingly under-informed. Even though two of my motorcycles are emblazoned with the man’s name, I realized I knew next to diddly about James Lansdowne Norton, the self-taught engineer who sold his first motorbike in 1902, a year before Harley and the Davidsons hung out their shingle.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0011.xml
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eBay Inc.
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eBay Inc.
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0012.xml
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TRIUMPH
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TRIUMPH
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0013.xml
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LEANINGS
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The Return of Black Beauty
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Peter Egan
As THE MOUNTAINS OF COLORADO Disappeared in the rearview mirror of my Ford van, I noted with keen scientific interest (at about a third-grade level) that my image of the Rockies was remarkably undistorted, considering how many layers of glass and plastic were interposed between us.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0014.xml
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DENNISKIRK
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DENNISKIRK
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0015.xml
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TDC
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Complexity, anyone?
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Kevin Cameron
ONE SPRING DAY A FEW YEARS BACK, I was spying my way along Daytona’s pit lane when I saw one of the Yoshimura Superbikes with its usual single oxygen sensor in the exhaust collector pipe. This sensor compares the percentage of oxygen in the exhaust gas with that in the atmosphere, allowing the ECU to constantly correct the mixture.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0016.xml
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hardkrome
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hardkrome
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0017.xml
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S&T MOTORS Co.,
GT650R
S&T MOTORS Co.,
GT250R
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0018.xml
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S&T MOTORS Co., Ltd.
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S&T MOTORS Co., Ltd.
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0019.xml
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DEPARTMENTS
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HOTSHOTS
Triumph in tribute
Practicaily perfect?
Buzz KLR
Forward Vision
The Taxman cometh
(Cycle) World politics
Chopper topper
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“Tribute Triumph” in the November issue was a great piece, not to mention the extended story online at www. cycleworld.com. Editor Edwards’ twowheel tribute to his late brother was a loving, moving expression of what it means to lose someone close to you.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0020.xml
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Nissan North America, Inc.
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Nissan North America, Inc.
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0021.xml
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EDELWEISS
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EDELWEISS
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0022.xml
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MAXXIS
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MAXXIS
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0023.xml
review
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NEW IDEAS
Klim F4 Helmet
Givi T450 Trolley Bag
Leader Roadrunner Drink Holder
Motion Tek Oil Bib
Pila Codex
Simply Wow Mini Motorcycle Cleaning Kit
Sav-A-Life Deer Alert
Kushitani Explorer Jeans
Klim USA
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Klim USA
F4 Helmet
$376
Keep your cool in the new Klim F4 helmet ($376). Snelland DOT-approved, the Gore Windstopper-lined composite shell boasts a whopping 41 vents and a removable, moisture-wicking interior to keep perspiration under control even in the hottest conditions. Klim claims the three ram-air induction scoops not only grab air as it flows over the helmet, they improve the structural rigidity of the helmet, as well. Choose from eight color schemes in sizes XS-XXXL.
Klim USA
T450 Trolley Bag
$225
Ride to the airport, fly to your destination and check into a hotel room in style using Givi’s new T450 Trolley Bag ($225). This beautifully made, soft-shell design expands to a full 58 liters and locks to the company’s Monokey or Monolock mounting plates. Additional user-friendly features include a telescoping handle, heavy-duty wheels, padded laptop storage, reflective piping and rain cover.
Klim USA
Roadrunner Drink Holder
$85
Can’t leave home without a cup of coffee? Leader’s RoadRunner Drink Flolder ($85) provides safe, secure transport of your favorite hot or cold beverage. An insulated, nospill, stainless-steel, 16-ounce cup is held in place by a patented machined-aluminum mounting bracket and holding ring. Fits many American and Japanese motorcycles.
Klim USA
Oil Bib
$15
Simplify oil filter changes on your Harley-Davidson or similar big Twin with Motion Tek’s Oil Bib ($15). The precision-molded, petroleum-resistant plastic bib slides under the filter and attaches to the filter mounting bracket. Oil that drips out when the filter is removed runs down the bib and into your oil catch pan instead of onto your engine cases.
Klim USA
Codex
$82
Are you prepared for an onor off-road emergency? Start by upgrading your xenonor LED-bulbed Pila flashlight with a screw-on Codex module ($82). A Codex-equipped GL2 or GL3 can be programmed to blink, fade, strobe or dim output, and visually transmit Morse code or the SOS signal. No additional batteries are required.
Klim USA
Mini Motorcycle Cleaning Kit
$10
Forget the bucket and suds, Simply Wow’s all-organic Mini Motorcycle Cleaning Kit ($10) contains all your on-the-road bike-scrubbing needs. Contents of the kit include: one 1.25ounce bottle of Cleaner/Degreaser, two 1.25ounce bottles of Tuff Buff waterless wash/wax and a 10 x 10-inch microfiber cloth. Both spray-on products are biodegradable, non-abrasive and non-flammable.
Klim USA
Deer Alert
$26
Invented in Austria in 1979, the Sav-A-Life Deer Alert emits a high-frequency ultrasonic signal said to be 80 percent effective on deer, bear, elk and skunks. Two inches in length, the selfadhesive-backed, bulletshaped whistle fits most motorcycle fairings and works at speeds above 30 mph. Choose from black ($26) or chrome ($29).
Klim USA
Explorer Jeans
$180
Levi’s may look cool, but they don’t keep your legs warm when the sun dips below the horizon and temperatures begin to tumble. That’s what makes Kushitani’s Explorer Jeans ($180; waist sizes 30-38) so appealing. At a glance, they look like traditional, darkwash denim pants. What you don’t see is a layer of weatherbeating Gore Windstopper. Other ride-friendly features include a high waist and extra-long boot-cut legs. For protection against a fall, add snug-fitting T-Pro inner pants ($ 160) with Armourflex at the hips, tailbone, thighs and knees.
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Klim USA, 3753 E. County Line Rd., Rigby, ID 83442; 208/552-7433; www.klim.com Givi USA, Inc., 9309 Forsyth Park Dr., Charlotte, NC 28273; 877/679-4484; www.giviusa.com Leader Motorcycle Accessories, 959 236th Ave.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0024.xml
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ROUNDUP
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NINJA SAVES FLAT-TRACK?
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Allan Girdler
PROBLEM: ROOKIES working toward a career in flat-track earn points toward a Pro license racing 450cc Singles, but when they get their Expert rating, they move up. Way up, to 750 or 1000cc Twins, with twice the power and only a bit more weight.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0025.xml
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ROUNDUP
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TRANSFORMER?
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Blake Conner
Unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show in late October as a special prototype model, the Yamaha Tesseract looks like something straight out of the movie Transformers. But it’s not just the four-wheeler’s appearance that makes it unique. It’s propelled by a hybrid powertrain that combines a liquid-cooled V-Twin engine and an electric motor.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0026.xml
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ROUNDUP
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SUZUKI FLIES AT TOKYO
TWOWHEELED PRIUS
HOT-ROD YOUR HONDA
EXOTIC TOURING
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It looks like a UFO but Suzuki calls it the Biplane. Unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show, the bronze-colored machine is powered by a lengthwisemounted V-Four and meant to give you the feeling of flying in an opencockpit aircraft. It is worth noting that the bike was conceived and drawn in Suzuki’s recently reestablished U.S.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0027.xml
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ROUNDUP
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RISE OF THE MIDDLEWEIGHTS
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Mark Hoyer
RACE-REPLICAS FOR the masses have been a Suzuki specialty since the 1985 GSX-R750 was introduced, and 2008 celebrates this heritage yet again with a pair of all-new sporting machines. As has been the case in recent years, the new GSX-R600 and 750 are virtually identical in most specifications except displacement.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0028.xml
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POWER PLAY
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After testing the waters in the Boxer-Cup racing series, as well as a foray into the 07 World Endurance Championship with a heavily modified R1200S (Roundup, November, 2007), BMW announced at last year’s Paris show the next logical step in its HP2 lineup: the Sport.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0029.xml
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Piaggio Group Americas, Inc.
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Piaggio Group Americas, Inc.
MP3 500
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0030.xml
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ROUNDUP
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25 YEARS AGO JANUARY, 1983
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Matthew Miles
Studio shots of four exciting 1983 streetbikes—one each from Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha—led the way on this month’s cover. To the left of those images is a listing of 22 brand-new or heavily revised models from the Big Four that offered something for everyone, from small-bore dirtbikes to middleweight cruisers to Open-class sportbikes.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0031.xml
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ROUNDUP
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SECRET STOPPERS
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Kevin Cameron
ARE WE ALL SLAVES TO fashion? In my “tribe,” we continue to wear clothes even when hot weather makes this a silly thing to do. In other tribes, it is a point of honor to have no front brake on your motorcycle. But some states require front brakes in annual inspections.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0032.xml
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ROUNDUP
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A CELEBRATION OF XS
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Mark Hoyer
If Yamaha’s “more than meets the eye” Tesseract leaning four-wheeler (see page 27) has left you with a techno hangover, consider another of the Tuning Fork Folks’ Tokyo concepts, this one far more likely to make production. Dubbed the XS-V1 Sakura, the retro-style machine celebrates Yamaha’s first four-stroke streetbike, the 1970 XS-1 650cc parallel-Twin.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0033.xml
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vanceandhines
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ROUNDUP
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Ups & Down
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UP: To Steve McQueen, for continuing to be the King of Cool, no matter that he puffed his last Marlboro 28 years ago. Hot on the heels of his 1963 Ferrari GT 250 Berlinetta selling for a record $2.3 million at auction comes a new book, McQueen’s Machines by auto writer Matt Stone.
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ROUNDUP
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Quick Ride
VICTORY KINGPIN 8-BALL Rolling for dollars
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Mark Hoyer
CHROME IS THE ENEMY. It costs a lot and if it is done the cheap way, it is bad for the environment, which is why it costs a lot. But we love it on our cruisers, so most of the time we get it, and we pay for it. Victory offers an alternative. A few years ago, the Minnesota makers began offering the Vegas in basic black, deleting most of the chrome and other shiny metallic finishes and giving customers a break on price.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0036.xml
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Motorcycle-Superstore
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Motorcycle-Superstore
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0037.xml
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FEATURES
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Magicz in the Streets
A little factory in Bologna outsmarts the Big Four on the track and beats them to the road with a MotoGP replica
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KEVIN CAMERON
THESE ARE GREAT DAYS FOR DUCATI, the small Italian manufacturer that produces about 40,000 machines a year. It has won the MotoGP World Championship with Casey Stoner and the GP07 800cc desmo V-Four—in that engine’s first season on the track.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0038.xml
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FEATURES
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REAL DEAL
Racing improves the breed. Here’s Ducati’s three-dimensional, 200-hp proof
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NICK IENATSCH
RACE-REPLICA: THE MOST OVERUSED PHRASE IN SPORTBIKE history. And don’t think I haven’t fallen for the mystique they promise. Yamaha Daytona Special, Suzuki 1000S and RG500, Honda RC30 and NS400R, Yamaha OW01... just a few of the race-replicas that have accumulated in my garage, each promising through name or description to deliver racetrack performance on the street.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0039.xml
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American FLYERS
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HIS & HERS A Tale of Two Ducks
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David Edwards
ALL MOTORCYCLES ARE CREATED EQUAL; SOME just wind up with better stories to tell. Dave Hartleip’s pair of Ducati bevel-drive Singles, for instance, which look as if they might have rolled out of the Bologna factory 40 years ago but are, in fact, total custom builds from the tire nubs up.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0040.xml
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American FLYERS
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REVELATION
What would Jesus ride?
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Mark Cernicky
INSPIRATION WORKS IN mysterious ways. A friend’s sand rail sent Rodney Aguiar spinning. It was powered by a Mazda 13B rotary fitted with short straight pipes. “The sound was something that you felt as much as you heard—it blew right through my inner ear,” he explains.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0041.xml
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American FLYERS
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WHIZZ-BANG!
Paperboy’s revenge
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Mark Cernicky
OBSESSION COMES IN many forms. Feast your eyes on a little project that was Dave Miller’s own private fixation for 300-odd hours, the world’s wildest, wackiest Whizzer. Not familiar with the brand? Then you’re probably too young. Back in the late 1940s and ’50s, almost every neighborhood in America was awakened by a paperboy making his rounds on a balloon-tired Schwinn assisted by a Whizzer motor.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0042.xml
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American FLYERS
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TIME CAPSULE
Forgotten Suzuki lives again
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Mark Hover
RACEBIKES USUally die one of two deaths. Cartwheeled into oblivion or ground up steadily into nothing. In either case they are dust in the wind or so much obsolete trash dispersed as parts and forgotten. This 1979 Suzuki 125cc roadrace bike dodged both outcomes.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0043.xml
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American FLYERS
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BAJA BULLET
Future Thumper from 1976
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Ryan Dudek
IT’S HARD TO BELIEVE that the modern fourstroke dirtbike has driven the two-stroke to near extinction. There was a time 30 years ago when Thumpers weren’t taken seriously and definitely not considered race worthy. Unless your name was Bill Bell, who out of his Long Beach, California, dealership built revolutionary off-road racers based on Honda’s XL350 four-stroke trailbikes.
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American FLYERS
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BOYHOOD BOBBER
Child of the Sixties
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David Edwards
CALL THIS A PERIOD perfect Triumph Bonneville bobber— never mind that the period we’re talking about occurred 30 years before the bike’s owner was even born! Dustin Boyko grew up around his dad’s musclecars and motorbikes. At age 14—all of three years ago—he decided he wanted to build a Triumph 650 bob-job.
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American FLYERS
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BANDSAW KEENER
Building a rally bike from scratch
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Mark Hoyer
LIKE ANY GOOD PROJECT, this rally-spec BMW GS exists as a result of inspiration and information. The inspiration part was easy for owner/builder Cory Munsterman. He’s a huge fan of Gaston Rahier, the late Belgian motocrosser-turned-rally-great who won Paris-Dakar for BMW in the mid-’80s.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0046.xml
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YAMAHA
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YAMAHA
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0047.xml
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CW COMPARISON
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LEGENDS REVISITED
Or reborn, actually: Ducati GT1000, Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 Roadster, Triumph T100 Bonneville
DUCATI
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GT1000
$10,495
DUCATI
1200 ROADSTER
$9175
DUCATI
BONNEVILLE T100
$8879
PAUL DEAN
THEY MAY NOT LOOK LIKE IT, but these are three very special motorcycles. What makes them special isn’t mind-fogging performance, space-age technology or avant-garde styling; these bikes are extraordinary by virtue of their heritage.
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motosport
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motosport
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0049.xml
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CW RIDING IMPRESSION
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NEW BIKES 2008 STAR RAIDER
Think of it as the Easy Liner
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PAUL DEAN
IN THE LONG, LOW, RAKED-OUT WORLD OF CRUISERS, YAMaha’s spinoff Star division is navigating its way quite nicely, thank you. And it seems to be doing so in a rational, time-proven fashion: by following the trail of breadcrumbs left behind by Harley-Davidson.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0050.xml
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FEATURES
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Bud Ekins 1930-2007
We all wanted to be Steve McQueen. Steve McQueen wanted to be Bud Ekins.
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MARC COOK
BUD EKINS HAS FINALLY MADE THE GREAT ESCAPE. Inexorably tied to the barbwire-fence jump in the 1963 film that helped launch good friend Steve McQueen into stardom, Ekins’ accomplishments went far beyond stuntman and mentor to McQueen. Four times an ISDT gold medalist, Ekins created the first American team to contest the ISDT; the 1964 running held in East Germany.
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RACE WATCH
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FAREWELL RC
Goodbye to the greatest rider of all time
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BLAKE CONNER
IT’S ONLY FITTING THAT THE GREATEST MOTOCROSSER OF all time ended his career on the high of all highs, with a victory at the Red Bull Motocross of Nations at Maryland’s Budds Creek MX Park, in front of a huge crowd of more than 50,000 spectators from around the world.
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FEATURES
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RICKY'S RIDE
On-track with Carmichael’s factory Suzuki RM-Z450
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Ryan Dudek
Ricky Carmichael could win on any color lot motorcycle. In fact, he proved he could win on three. Though he was farmed up by Team Green Kawasaki and set records on a Ride Red Honda, he will mostly be remembered for his dominating career finish on a blazing-yellow Suzuki RM-Z450, a bike tailor-made just for him.
CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0053.xml
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KYMCO
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KYMCO
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Motul USA, Inc.
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Motul USA, Inc.
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CycleWorld_20080101_0047_001_0057.xml
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CYCLEWORLD
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firstaidforbatteries
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firstaidforbatteries
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Cycle World
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CompetitionAccessories
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CompetitionAccessories
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SERVICE
Slippin' and a-slidin'
All wheels big and small
Tool Time
Parallel universe
Recall Roster
Air pods, not iPods
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PAUL DEAN
Q I feel real stupid asking this, but your answer may help others. I was lucky enough to find a 1988 Kawasaki Vulcan SE 1500 with only 5500 miles on it, and in an a effort to make it look real pretty, I used tire dressing that contains silicone.
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TECH TIPS
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Ever had a gearshift lever fall off or get so loose that it wiggled around on the shaft? Or was it a kickstart lever on a dirtbike that went missing during a trail ride? Levers sometimes even come loose not long after you’ve tightened the pinch bolt that holds them in place.
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