Issue: 20100101

Friday, January 1, 2010
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0001.xml
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2,3
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YAMAHA: YZ450F
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YAMAHA
YZ450F
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0002.xml
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Shell: vPower
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Shell
vPower
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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5,6
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0004.xml
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6
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TWIST INITIATIVE
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TWIST INITIATIVE
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0005.xml
masthead
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0006.xml
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Z1R: VENOM
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Z1R
VENOM
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0007.xml
article
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UP FRONT
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From One Enthusiast to Another
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Mark Hoyer
THERE ARE SOME SEATS IN THIS Business that trade hands only about as frequently as that of the Pope. Editor-in-Chief of Cycle World is one of them. First off, Em definitely not suggesting that there is anything papal about the position, just that the EIC chair doesn’t flip very often and that anybody in this religion we call motorcycling would love to give it a try.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0008.xml
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BRIDGESTONE
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BRIDGESTONE
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0009.xml
review
10
10,11,12,13
ROUNDUP
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HONDA VFR1200F
Transmission transition: the gearbox you didn’t realize you needed
HONDA
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HONDA
VFR1200F
Blake Conner
REVOLUTIONARY'’ IS A BUZZWORD THAT GETS THROWN around far too often, but I have to say that after riding Honda’s brand-new 2010 VFR1200F V-Four at the Sugo Circuit outside of Sendai, Japan, as well as on public roads nearby, this bike truly defines that expression.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0010.xml
article
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Best Bargain:
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Honda Interceptor
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Matthew Miles
Psst... Hey, buddy, looking for a smokin’ deal? Who isn’t looking for a deal these days, right? Well, listen up: American Honda has made a “permanent price reduction” on remaining-stock 2007 Interceptors, which originally retailed for as much as $12,099 for an anti-lock-brake model.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0011.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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Del Amo Ducati
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Matthew Miles
SALES FOR JAPAN’S BIG FOUR ARE down more than half from this time last year. Harley-Davidson’s earnings are way down, and Buell is out of business. At least one European manufacturer is rumored to be sitting on thousands of bikes. What can savvy dealers do to move existing inventory in a tough economy?
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0012.xml
article
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25 YEARS AGO
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Matthew Miles
"EXCLUsive: Vulcan 700. Kawasaki forges its first V-Twin.” So began an exciting new era for the Japanese industrial giant that continues to this day. In fact, last year, Kawasaki offered for sale more cruisers than it did fully faired sportbikes.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0013.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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UPs & DOWNs
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UP: To seven-time AMA Grand National Champion Chris Carr, for grabbing back his fastest-man-on-two-wheels title last September with a two-pass average of 367.382 mph. The record, which was pending ratification by the AMA and FIM as we went to press, was set at the AMA-sanctioned Land Speed Shootout at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0014.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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Norton Lives! Yes, Again.
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Paul Dean
The Norton Commando returns to the U.S. once more! Stuart Garner, CEO of Norton Motorcycles UK, recently announced that South Bay Norton in Lomita, California (www.southbaynorton.com), has been appointed the exclusive U.S. distributor for the Norton Commando 961 SE. This is essentially the same 96lcc, parallel-Twin roadster developed by American Kenny Dreer until his company ran out of funding and was eventually sold to Garner late in 2008.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0015.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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Bye-Bye Buell
Buell Timeline
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Paul Dean
In a move that stunned the entire industry this past October, Harley-Davidson announced it was discontinuing production of Buell motorcycles. Not just temporarily; for good. This brought to an end a 26-year run for Erik Buell as founder, namesake and driving force behind a line of uniquely engineered and designed motorcycles.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0016.xml
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Bombardier Recreational Products Inc.: SPYDER
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Bombardier Recreational Products Inc.
SPYDER
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0017.xml
review
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18
ROUNDUP
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QuickRide:
BMW F800R
BMW
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BMW
F800R
Bruno dePrato
TO GAIN GROUND IN THE middleweight market, BMW developed a dohc, eight-valve parallel-Twin, which is cheaper to produce than its traditional Boxer engine. Sales were initially slow with the odd-looking F800S/ST, but they launched into orbit when the F800GS was introduced in 2007.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0018.xml
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BikeBandit.com
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BikeBandit.com
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0019.xml
review
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20
ROUNDUP
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QuickRide:
KTM 150 XC
KTM
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KTM
150 XC
Ryan Dudek
KTM HAS BEEN REDUCING its off-road offerings during the past few years. With 23 dirtbikes still available in 2010, the current model list from the Austrian bike-maker doesn’t seem to be any shorter or, for that matter, less confusing. Two models, the 125 and 200 XC two-strokes, have been yanked from the roster, but filling the small-bore gap is the new $6998 150 XC. Concept behind the 150 XC is to give kids moving up the bike-riding ladder an off-road motorcycle that puts more emphasis on racing than recreation.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0020.xml
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MacNeil AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS LIMITED: WeatherTeach
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MacNeil AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS LIMITED
WeatherTeach
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0021.xml
review
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ROUNDUP
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QuickRide:
SYM SYMBA
SYM
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SYM
SYMBA
Blake Conner
ANYONE LOOKING FOR INexpensive urban transportation or a camp-ground runabout in a light, simple package should take a look at the $2598 Sym Symba. If this Taiwanese-built scooter looks familiar, it should; it’s a direct knock-off of Honda’s C70 Passport, which was produced in 1970-’73 and 1980-’83.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0022.xml
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DENNIS KIRK
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DENNIS KIRK
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0023.xml
article
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DEPARTMENTS
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HOTSHOTS
Chiefly cautious
Indian war
High” Surf
CHATTER...
Ural crazy
Brave new (Cycle) World
Clan of the cave bores...
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I want Indian to succeed in their come-back (“Indian Chief,” November), but I don’t see it happening. Yes, the Indian Chief Vintage is beautiful with a well-made exterior, great colors and a classic look. But when the attention-getting looks are over, the owner has a bike with weak performance that has an uncomfortable ride beyond the range of 20-65 mph because the engine isn’t counterbalanced or rubber-mounted, and it has a hefty price tag of $36,497.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0024.xml
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0025.xml
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ColorRite Distributing Inc.: Motorcycle Paint
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ColorRite Distributing Inc.
Motorcycle Paint
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0026.xml
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VANCE & HINES
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VANCE & HINES
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0027.xml
article
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TDC
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The Power of One
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Kevin Cameron
ROADRACER MAT MLADIN HAS REtired after winning seven AMA Superbike championships. He is the winningest rider in the history of the series. Almost 20 years ago, Erv Kanemoto described to me a video he had just seen of an amazing young Australian rider.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0028.xml
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Skip Barber Superbike School
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Skip Barber Superbike School
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0029.xml
article
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LEANINGS
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Grace Days of the Fall
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Peter Egan
LAST FRIDAY, DURING THE FINAL HOUR of our nine-day tour, my riding buddy Lew split off for his home with a honk and a wave on Highway 151, while I swung east on Highway 39. Stopping on a hilltop in Mineral Point, Wisconsin, I dug my rarely used cell phone out of a saddlebag and called home.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0030.xml
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Advertisement: Cycle world magazine
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Cycle world magazine
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0031.xml
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Arai HELMETS: RX-Q
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Arai HELMETS
RX-Q
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0032.xml
review
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34,35,36,37,38,39
CYCLE WORLD TEST
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2010 YAMAHA YZ450F
Moving forward by going backward
YAMAHA
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YAMAHA
YZ450F
$7990
RYAN DUDEK
TIME FLIES. IT ALREADY HAS BEEN 12 years since Yamaha reintroduced the four-stroke as a viable motocross bike for reasons as simple as controllable power and improved traction. Who’d have thought this concept would take off with such success that the four-stroke would become the preferred engine for every manufacturer’s premier motocross machine?
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0033.xml
article
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KING JAMES
Stewart speaks about his new 450
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Blake Conner
When you have the best motocross/supercross racer in the world, you had better ensure that your machine is at the same level. In 2009, Yamaha was the only Big Four maker to run a carbureted bike, yet Stewart was able to use his factory San Manuel YZ450F (above) to take his second AMA Supercross championship.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0034.xml
article
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FEATURES
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Reverse Engineering
Forward thinking for Yamaha’s new YZ450F
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Kevin Cameron
AS PART OF AN INTEGRATED ENGINE/ chassis program of mass centralization, Yamaha’s newYZ450F engine reverses traditional layout. Its intake system is in the front, allowing it the steep intake downdraft angle that every sportbike engine uses to boost top-end power.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0035.xml
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RIDE CRAFT
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SCHWANTZ SCHOOL
Learning to ride well with a 500cc World Champion at Barber Motorsports Park
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MATTHEW MILES
Be a better rider #9 KEVIN SCHWANTZ MADE 109 STARTS DURING HIS eight-year Grand Prix career, sat on pole 29 times, and won 25 races and the 1993 500cc world championship. He also crashed a lot, often spectacularly, breaking bones in his hands, wrists, arms and feet, and dislocating his left hip.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0036.xml
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COMPETITION ACCESSORIES
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COMPETITION ACCESSORIES
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0037.xml
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FEATURES
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Serious Business
Let the tucked-in tremble
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MARK CERNICKY
DucATI’s STREETFIGHTER S WAS CHOSEN as Cycle World's Best Open Streetbike for good reason: It is the sit-up-and-be-seen naked version of the mighty 1098, with the uncompromised power and performance of the faired original. Into this picture steps RetroSBK’s Will Kenefick, who has added transforming details to make this bike Affari Seri-Italian for Serious Business.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0038.xml
review
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CYCLE WORLD TEST
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BIG DOG BULLDOG
A sleek custom with more than bar-hopping in mind
BIG DOG
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BIG DOG
BULLDOG
$39,990
PAUL DEAN
IF YOU’RE HOPING TO SLIP OUT OF TOWN EVERY weekend unnoticed, cruising stealthily under the radar, here’s a little tidbit of advice: Don’t even think about attempting it on a Bulldog. This latest creation from Big Dog-long and low with lustrous chrome, vivid paint, slinky saddlebags, “batwing” fairing and big-inch V-Twin power-is more than just a motorcycle; it’s a moving event, a two-wheeled parade float that draws more attention than a wet T-shirt contest at high noon in Times Square.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0039.xml
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EDITORS' NOTES
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FIFTEEN YEARS AND COUNTING IS A noteworthy milestone commemorated by the repetitive “15” graphic gracing the Bulldog nose-to-tail. What may not seem like such a big deal on the heels of The Motor Company celebrating its 105th anniversary actually is when you put it into perspective.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0040.xml
article
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FEATURES
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WRENCH MONKEES
Three Danish hipsters take a bunch of established ingredients and shake up a whole new biking cocktail
MONKEE 1
MONKEE 2
MONKEE 3
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GARY INMAN
THE HARSH, high-tempo howl from the barely silenced pipe says Japanese inline-Four, but the bike looks like a late-Sixties café-racer. Vintage alloy tank that’s as long as a grade-school summer vacation; single round headlight in a BMW R69-style bikini fairing; flatblack reverse-cone megaphone exhausts; square, single-seat tailsection.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0041.xml
review
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DEPARTMENTS
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NEW IDEAS
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Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
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Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
Shuco Models
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
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$97
It has been a wild ride for German model-maker Schuco. Founded in 1921 by Heinrich Schreyer, the company has been bought, sold, reorganized, even bank-rupted. Upside is, the beautifully detailed products that originally garnered worldwide attention from children and collectors alike are once again available state-side. Seen here: 1/10th-scale BMW R80 G/S ($97), Zundapp KS 601 with side-car ($34)and Honda CB750 ($20). The latter two are from Schuco’s Piccolo series, which debuted in 1957.
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
SetWear Smart Back Belt
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
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$50
Is low-back discomfort preventing you from riding your motorcycle? SetWear suggests the Smart Back Belt ($50; sizes S-XL). This contoured, CoolMax-backed design features a patented, locking speed dial, which allows the wearer to easily and quickly increase or decrease lumbar support using only the thumb and forefinger from his or her clutch hand.
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
VholdR ContourHD 1080P
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
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With the ContourHD 1080P ($330), seeing truiy is believing. No different dimensionally than VholdR's original wireless, laser-aligned, point-and-shoot camera, this latest model features five video settings, including 1920 x 1080 resolution at 30 frames per second, and 1280 x 720 at 60 fps. A 2GB memory card is included; memory is expandable to 16GB. Easy Edit software makes uploading your experiences to the VholdR website a snap.
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
Sidi Adventure Rain
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
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$375
Off to tackle uncharted territory? Perhaps you should consider the Adventurer Rain ($375; sizes 7-13), new from Sidi. As its name suggests, this slim, non-bootie design is ready for just about anything you can throw its direction. Features include long-lasting Lorica construction, Single Flex System upper, cam-lock buckles and a breathable, water-resistant membrane to keep feet cool and dry.
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
Shoei RF-1100 and X-Twelve
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
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Shoei is on the gas, introducing not one but two new full-face street helmets for 2010. Billed as “the best sport-touring helmet money can buy,” the all-new RF-1100 ($400-500; XXS-XXXL), with its taller and wider eyeport, fully removable interior and AIM+ shell construction, carries on where the previous RF-1000 left off. The X-Twelve ($650-770; XS-XXL) builds upon the top-shelf legacy established by the X-Eleven. Shoei’s Emergency Quick Release System is incorporated, as well as the new CW-1 faceshield, Max-Dry interior and high-speed-lift-reducing Aero 2 Edge spoiler. Both helmets are DOTand Snell M2010-approved and come with a five-year warranty.
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
Aerostich Lightweight Portable Bag
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
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$25
If you’ve ever tried to balance a bag of groceries on the gas tank of your moving motorcycle, you’ll appreciate the Aerostich Lightweight Portable Bag ($25). This durable, reusable nylon bag boasts all the features a motorcyclist could want from an in-a-pinch tote: It is spacious, water-resistant, has two reinforced handles, a drawstring cinch closure and doubles as a backpack. When not in use, it can be folded up and stored in a jacket pocket or under the seat of your motorcycle.
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
Harley-Davidson XR1200 Luggage Rack and Tail Bag
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
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$120
Not a lot of storage space on the new XR1200-actually, none at all. This is why owners of this Sportster-based model may find useful the Luggage Rack ($120) and Tail Bag ($170) from Harley’s accessories division. The former is manufactured of steel and reinforced plastic, with molded tie-down notches that accept cargo net or bungee-cord hooks. The latter, a rigidly molded nylon bag with a large center compartment and two small side pockets, is specifically shaped to fit over the pillion portion of the seat and doubles as a backpack.
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
Biltwell Solo Seat
Silvergate Distributors, Inc.
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$129
One of the cappers for any period-correct bob-job or even a latter-day rockabilly rigid frame is a sprung saddle. Gold standard is an old Bates, but these are getting harder to find and invariably need a complete restoration before they’re ready to mount. Biltwell has a shortcut in its Solo Seat, inspired by the original but brand-new and tush-ready right out of the box. Choose from black or white vinyl upholstery in tuck-and-roll or diamond-pleat styles, priced at a reasonable $129. Or order just the powdercoated steel seat pan and molded polyurethane padding for $77 and cover with the material of your choice. Complete the look with Biltwell’s hinged seat-mount bracket, including weld-on frame bung. Shown is the latest investment-cast version in polished stainless-steel ($89), but 4130 chrome-moly brackets in black ($47) and chrome ($55) are also available. Check out the website for other Biltwell products, including handlebars, foot controls, DIY exhaust kits and handlebar risers.
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0042.xml
review
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CW EVALUATIONS
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Toschi Motard
A riding boot with an emphasis on comfort and style
Michael Toschi International
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Michael Toschi International
Toschi Motard
Michael Toschi International
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$725
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WHAT DO YOU EXPECT FROM A BOOT made for motorcycling? Protection? Style? Comfort? All of the above? The Motard comes from designer Michael Toschi, a former motocrosser whose company, Michael Toschi International, specializes in Italian-made shoes, outer-wear and accessories.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0043.xml
review
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EVALUATIONS
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Scotts Stabilizer Kit
Taking the edge off tough terrain
Scotts Performance Products
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Scotts Performance Products
Scotts Stabilizer Kit
Scotts Performance Products
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$490
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SCOTTS STEERING STABILIZERS HAVE long been a favorite upgrade for off-road racers. But is such a specialized piece of equipment worth the out-of-pocket cost for a casual dual-purpose rider? To find the answer, we fitted a Scotts Bolt-On SUB-Mount Steering Stabilizer Kit to a street-licensed 2007 KTM 525 EXC. Installation was a snap.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0044.xml
review
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CW EVALUATIONS
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Yamaha EF2000iS
Power to the people
Yamaha Motor Corporation
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Yamaha Motor Corporation
Yamaha EF2000iS
Yamaha Motor Corporation
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$1099
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YOU’RE PARKED IN AN IDYLLIC CAMPsite near an off-road riding area. All you hear are birds chirping and the sound of your own heartbeat-until you fire up your old generator to power an air compressor and various power tools. The resulting clatter is more reminiscent of a subway station rather than a primeval garden spot.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0045.xml
review
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EVALUATIONS
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Gerbing’s Heated Jacket Liner
Reinventing electric heat
Gerbing's Heated Clothing
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Gerbing's Heated Clothing
Gerbing’s Heated Jacket Liner
Gerbing's Heated Clothing
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$200
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ONE OF THE BEST ASPECTS OF Motorcycling is that you become an integral part of your riding environment. It can also be one of the worst things, especially when temperatures drop. Heated clothing powered by your bike’s electrical system can turn a potentially miserable ride into a perfectly comfortable one.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0046.xml
article
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DEPARTMENTS
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SERVICE
Katana hop-down
The rich and flameless
Nuts vs. bolts
Gone with the wind
Father knows best
Recall Roster
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PAUL DEAN
Q My bike is a 1990 California-model Suzuki Katana 1100 with 40,000 miles. Somewhere in its past, somebody thought it would be wise to remove the stock airbox and install K&N single filters and a Kerker pipe. The plugs over the mixture screws on the carbs have been drilled out and the screws turned out between 2 and 2½ tums.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0047.xml
article
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Quick Fix
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Mark Hoyer
Right or wrong, motorcycling has been micro-categorized over the years. In the beginning and for a long time, motorcycles were just motorcycles. These days, even touring bikes are split into multiple niches. Triumph’s Street Triple 675 and its better-suspended R variant shown here are an argument in favor of the flexibility offered by a standard naked bike, the nearest descendant of the “pure” multipurpose universal motorcycle.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0048.xml
article
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BEST USED BIKES
Yamaha FZ1 Best Open-Class Streetbike 2001 Ten Best Awards
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Years sold: 2001-present MSRP new: $8499 (1999) Blue Book retail value: $4100 Basic specs: An everyday-comfortable machine with standard-bike ergonomics and a stylish quarter-fairing. It’s powered by a 998cc, liquid-cooled, dohc inlineFour engine sourced from the mighty YZFR1, though slightly retuned for sharper midrange performance.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0049.xml
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Advertisement: CYCLE WORLD
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0050.xml
article
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Homebrews
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An acquaintance of mine periodically organizes dual-sport rides for large groups, and he sometimes has to carry a 55or 35-gallon drum of gasoline in his pickup to fuel the bikes in remote areas far from the nearest gas station. Since this requires him to drive the truck on dirt roads, he came up with a cheap, clever way to prevent the heavy drum from moving around and damaging the sides of the pickup’s bed.
CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0051.xml
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KEVIN CAMERON
HEAR TBURN AND DISCONTENT IN THE AMA PAD-dock! Tribulation in the press! What can the matter be? Never mind, the politics of U.S. roadracing are too complex to tackle here. Our concern is with one little piccolo in this orchestra of indigestion: the Buell 1125R. How did it come to win the Daytona SportBike class this past year, and what may that mean for the future?
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Plus Charger
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CycleWorld_20100101_0049_001_0058.xml
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Reader Information
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Editorial/Production: Offices are located at 1499 Monrovia Ave., Newport Beach, CA 92663; 949/720-5300. Editorial contributions are welcomed, but must be guaranteed exclusive to Cycle World. We are not responsible for the return of unsolicited material unless accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
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