Issue: 20101201

Wednesday, December 1, 2010
December
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Monday, August 25, 2014
12/10/2014 8:32:51 PM

Articles
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0001.xml
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2,3
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Ford: F-150
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Ford
F-150
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0002.xml
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4
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ALPINESTARS
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ALPINESTARS
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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5,6
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0004.xml
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6
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Advertisement: Cycle World
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Cycle World
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0005.xml
masthead
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0006.xml
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URAL
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URAL
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0007.xml
article
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UP FRONT
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Cottage Industry
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MARK HOYER
IT'S IMPOSSIBLE NOT TO HAVE HUGE respect for companies like NCR in Italy, who build some of the most beautiful, functional art ever to make combustion noise. Likewise Falcon Motorcycles for its stunning reinterpretation of classic motorcycle forms.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0008.xml
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9
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Garmin Ltd.: zūmo
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Garmin Ltd.
zūmo
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0009.xml
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10,11
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RAM
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RAM
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0010.xml
article
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12,13
ROUNDUP
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Hyde Harrier
A proper British Triumph
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GARY INMAN
THIS IS THE BIKE Triumph should have built." If I've been told that once, I've been told it a dozen times. But truth is, the motorcycle plenty of people think the factory should be building is the Hyde Harrier—a Brit-made, Hinckley Bonneville-powered special inspired by Meriden's late 1960s and early '70s factory racebikes.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0011.xml
article
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14,15
ROUNDUP
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UPDATE: TEAM CYCLE WORLD
ATTACK PERFORMANCE YOSHIMURA SUZUKI AMA PRO AMERICAN SUPERBIKE
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Kevin Cameron
TOOLS ENABLE US TO MAKE THE things we need. For years, senior Swedish and German master machinists were essential to some of our highest technologies, but there weren't nearly enough of them. Their knowledge was therefore "canned" into the software that today controls CNC machining.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0012.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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Kawasaki's Perfect Miles
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Allan Girdler
Just as in the perfect storm, everything came together: On the night before the Indianapolis GP, in front of a packed grandstand and everyone who's anyone in motorcycle racing, Bryan Smith, on a mile bike powered by a Kawasaki 650 Twin, edged Harley-mounted, seven-time national champion Chris Carr by a fraction of a second and won the showpiece Indy Mile.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0013.xml
article
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ROUNDUP
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25 YEARS AGO DECEMBER 1985
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Blake Conner
We Set World Speed Record," screamed this month's cover. The goal, to set a 24-hour world speed record on the then-new Suzuki GSX-R750, seemed simple enough. But the actual attempt, which took place in the blistering heat on Uniroyal Tire Company's test track at its Laredo Proving Grounds in Laredo, Texas, turned out to be extremely difficult.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0014.xml
article
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16,17
ROUNDUP
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2011: What's just over the horizon?
Suzuki GSX-R600/750
Kawasaki Z750R
A pair from Piaggio
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Matthew Miles
Bruno dePrato
LOOKS LIKE SUZUKI WENT AND DID IT AGAIN—SHRUNK THE GSX-R, that is. This spy photo, shot mid-September in Southern California during a closed-gate racetrack testing session, reveals what appears to be an even more compact sporting platform from the Japanese bike maker.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0015.xml
review
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18
ROUNDUP
QUICKRIDE
Kymco Super 8 150
High performance without the high velocity
Kymco
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Kymco
Kymco Super 8 150
John Burns
WHAT? $4K FOR A decent scooter with enough power to evade cardiac arrest? Way too much. Kymco has a better idea: its swoopy Super 8 150, introduced in 2008, is quite a bit of scooter for just $2399, and it's not your typical tiny-wheeled wobbler, either.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0016.xml
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19
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Advertisements
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DENNIS KIRK
Icon Alliance Speedmetal Helmet
DENNIS KIRK
Icon Overlord Jacket
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0017.xml
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20,21
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Yamaha Motor Corp.: Ténéré
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Yamaha Motor Corp.
Super Ténéré
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0018.xml
review
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22
ROUNDUP
QUICKRIDE
KTM 690 SMC
Super-versatile supermoto
KTM
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KTM
KTM 690 SMC
Mark Cernicky
ONE LOOK IS ENOUGH to tell experienced motorcyclists that this KTM is a great bike for sliding around corners, riding wheelies, doing stoppies, smoothing rough pavement, hitting the random road jump and generally paving over all kinds of life's roughest spots.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0019.xml
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JakeWilson
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JakeWilson
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0020.xml
article
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24,25,26
DEPARTMENTS
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HOTSHOTS
K.C. fan club
Nothing nice to say at all
A gruntled Canadian reader
Twin-Engined Triumph Dragsters
Double-dog FZ1 gauntlet manslap
Egan baiting
Questioning sanity
The lovely Miss Labeled
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Kudos to Kevin Cameron for "Reality Racing." I've enjoyed his writing for more years than I can remember, and he never fails to provide insight into an issue—especially one I may not have thought of previously. His take on MotoGP fuel requirements hits the carbon molecule on the head.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0021.xml
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vanceandhines
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vanceandhines
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0022.xml
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26
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ColorRite
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ColorRite
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0023.xml
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27
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YUASA: Yuasa battery
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YUASA
Yuasa battery
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0024.xml
article
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TDC
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Thrust
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KEVIN CAMERON
TRACK DAY. YOU'RE OLD ENOUGH TO afford this bike, but not so old that you can't have the throttle fully open as soon as the front wheel's descent shows it's time. As the torque peak in the next gear arrives, there's a last lift. These are pleasant moments.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0025.xml
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BikeBandit
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BikeBandit
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0026.xml
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30,31
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Advertisements
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Bombardier Recreational Products Inc.
SPYDER RS
Bombardier Recreational Products Inc.
SPYDER RT
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0027.xml
article
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LEANINGS
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Trucks of the North
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PETER EGAN
EVERY TIME THERE'S A MAJOR FLOOD somewhere in the Midwest, we get calls from our friends in the nation's coastal and mountain regions, checking to see if we're okay here in Wisconsin because they know we have a creek running through our property.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0028.xml
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cardo: scala rider G4
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cardo
scala rider G4
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0029.xml
review
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34,35,36,37,38,39
CW RIDING IMPRESSION
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Yamaha Super Ténéré
Coming To America. Finally.
Yamaha
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Yamaha
Super Ténéré
PAUL CARRUTHERS
WHEN IT COMES TO MOTORcycles, we Americans can be a shallow bunch. Instead of choosing substance, we tend to go for style, opting for bikes that look the part but might not play the role very well. We gravitate toward motorcycles we think will grab the attention of riders at the café rather than the bikes more likely to get us there first or in the highest level of comfort.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0030.xml
review
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40,41,42
SPECIAL SECTION RIDING ON THE CHEAP
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Millennium R1
When the going gets tough, the tough go shopping (and try not to spend much)
Yamaha
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Yamaha
Millennium R1
JOHN BURNS
THE WOMEN'S MAGAZINES SAY THAT WHEN YOU NEED to wash that man right out of your hair, rearrange the furniture. Me? I get on Craigslist. And one day, BOOM!, there it was, the bike of my dreams: 2000 Yamaha YZF-R1, 14k miles, pranged-up fairing, $2500.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0031.xml
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0032.xml
article
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SPECIAL SECTION RIDING ON THE CHEAP
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Recycled Twin
No animals were harmed in the making of Roland Sands' Café Sportster, but the author used up a few brain cells writing about it
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MARK CERNICKY
ROLAND SANDS WAS SURFING ELECTRONIC INTERNET PULSES WHEN THE BEAM screeched to a halt at www.safaricycle.com. That's where he saw a somewhat salvageable crashed 2008 Harley XL1200N Nightster selling for just $4000. Striving to perform a custom-bike build while incurring minimal budgetary starvation—the goal here in this economic jungle we've all been hacking our way through—Sands bought that machine and embarked upon the Café Sportster.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0033.xml
review
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47
SPECIAL SECTION RIDING ON THE CHEAP
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Sportster Buyer's Guide
Which year and model and why?
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON
Sportster
Allan Girdler
OUR SUBJECT HERE IS SECONDHAND HARLEY-DAVIDSON Sportsters, the key word is value, and the conclusion, presented now so we can work toward the reasons, is the early Evo XLH, model years 1986 through 1990. And yes, we can make some exception.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0034.xml
review
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48
SPECIAL SECTION RIDING ON THE CHEAP
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HONDA CB200
You can go home again. Just not very rapidly.
HONDA
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HONDA
CB200
PETER JONES
I BOUGHT A 1975 HONDA CB200. Woo hoo, yeah! It's green, Honda racing green, with its signature rubber pad running down the top of the fuel tank to prove it's a racebike; it's for lying flat-out upon to maximize speed, just like any café racer.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0035.xml
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CompetitionAccessories
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CompetitionAccessories
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0036.xml
review
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SPECIAL SECTION RIDING ON THE CHEAP
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1979 SUZUKI GS1000S
Larry Pearson doesn't call his business Meticulous Motorcycle Painting for nothing
SUZUKI
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SUZUKI
GS1000S
JOHN BURNS
TIME IS MONEY, MONEY IS TIME. Both are currencies you can use to come up with a nice motorcycle. Larry Oliver Pearson lives in Spokane, Washington, and doesn't ski, snowmobile, snowshoe or any of those things. What he likes to do, from the time the snow flies until it melts again, is hunker in his garage workshop and make things perfect.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0037.xml
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WeatherTech
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WeatherTech
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0038.xml
article
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SPECIAL SECTION RIDING ON THE CHEAP
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BACK From the DEAD
Resurrecting a bargain blaster
Tires
Gas Tank
Brakes
Engine
Appearance
Carburetors
Electrics
Seat
Exhaust
Suspension
Chain & Sprockets
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PAUL DEAN
OKAY, SO IT'S NOT EXACTLY THE BIKE OF YOUR DREAMS. But it's all you can afford right now, and it will get you back in the saddle and out on the road again. Yeah, it might require a little TLC—and in some cases, maybe more than a little. But if you stitch together a systematic game plan and are willing to shell out a few greenbacks to replace some items that may be at death's door, you could end up with a solid, reliable, fun ride for not a lot of dough.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0039.xml
review
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SPECIAL SECTION RIDING ON THE CHEAP
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HARD Bargains for HARD Times
Economic stimulus packages you can ride
Honda VFR800 Interceptor
Suzuki GSX-R1100 GSX-F1100 Katana
Ducati 900SS
Moto Guzzi
Suzuki Bandit 1200/1250
BMW R1100R
Yamaha YZF-R6
Triumph Thunderbird/Thunderbird Sport
Honda
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Honda
VFR800 Interceptor
Honda
GSX-R1100
Honda
900SS
Honda
Moto Guzzi
Honda
Bandit 1200/1250
Honda
R1100R
Honda
YZF-R6
Honda
Thunderbird
JOHN BURNS
MODERN FUEL-INJECTED MOTORCYCLES START INSTANTLY, run for the most part flawlessly and require little maintenance. What fun is that? And more importantly, how much does it cost? With plenty of exceptions, if what you want is a real deal on a motorcycle, you'll be journeying back in time to a place where fuel flowed into your motor(cycle) through little brass jets and nozzles and gummed up in float bowls, and you knew where you stood and who to blame.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0040.xml
review
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TEST
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LONG-TERM UPDATE
Can-Am Spyder RT-S
Honda VFR1200F DCT
CAN-AM
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CAN-AM
SPYDER RT-S
$26,449
CAN-AM
VFR1200F DCT
$17,499
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AT THE PRESS INTRODUCTION LAST year of the Can-Am Spyder RT-S, Bombardier Recreational Products said that when the Spyder was conceived, it was always meant to be a turn-key touring rig. When we sampled the pre-production models at the intro, we noted that BRP had done a good job of assembling the components of a three-wheeled Gold Wing, but that only extensive testing would reveal whether the components added up to a machine that made the company's slogan of "riding reinvented" more than marketing hype.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0041.xml
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0042.xml
review
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DEPARTMENTS
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NEW IDEAS
Ilmberger BMW S1000RR Carbon Fiber
Sudco Keihin FCR41 Kits
Chadd Padd Disposable Refueling Bib
Renthal Moto Handguards
Harley-Davidson Saddlebag Storage Stand
Redline Engineering Sport Bike Center Stand
Touratech Helmet Shelf
Eagle One Gel Wax
Sierra BMW Motorcycles
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Sierra BMW Motorcycles
BMW S1000RR Carbon Fiber
BMW smacked a grand slam home run this year with its new, über-powerful S1000RR. So it should come as no surprise to anyone that the motorcycle aftermarket is running at redline to create all manner of performance upgrades for this bar-raising repli-racer. For example, want carbon fiber? Germany's Ilmberger has the S1000RR covered—both literally and figuratively. There are options aplenty for street riders and racers alike. All parts are manufactured exclusively through autoclaving and clear-coated for durability. Prices range from $80 for heel guards to $1266 for a complete race fairing kit.
Sierra BMW Motorcycles
Keihin FCR41 Kits
$598.50
Fuel-injected motorcycles may be commonplace these days, but there are many carbureted bikes still in use both on- and off-road. For stock or modified single-cylinder four-strokes, Sudco offers its Keihin FCR Kit, which includes a pre-jetted Keihin FCR41, plus the necessary push/pull cables and throttle assembly. Kit prices start at $598.50.
Sierra BMW Motorcycles
Disposable Refueling Bib
$9.95
Fuel burps or spills during fill-ups can be harmful to paint or even lead to a fire if gas were to come in contact with a hot engine. Clean-ups can be problematic, too; paper towels, when available, can scratch. Partially perforated to accommodate most gas-tank filler ports, the 10 x 10-inch Chadd Padd ($9.95 for a six-pack) is made from soft, absorbent polymers, anti-static-treated, water-resistant and able to soak up as much as 4.5 ounces of petroleum products.
Sierra BMW Motorcycles
Moto Handguards
$39.95
New from Renthal, Moto Handguards ($39.95) are designed to protect your paws from dirt and rocks thrown up by other bikes. These lightweight, dual-compound, molded-plastic guards feature flexible synthetic-rubber edging and offer a wide adjustment range. Available for most late-model motocross bikes equipped with ⅞-inch handlebars.
Sierra BMW Motorcycles
Saddlebag Storage Stand
$99.95
A place for everything, and everything in its place, right? Harley-Davidson's Saddlebag Storage Stand ($99.95) keeps both standard and extended Touring hard saddlebags off the ground and out of harm's way while you're servicing or washing your FLH or FLT model. Four adjustable feet level the lightweight stand, while quarter-turn, quick-disconnect fasteners lock the bags securely in place.
Sierra BMW Motorcycles
Sport Bike Center Stand
$249.50
Adjust the drive chain, drain engine oil, remove the wheels or even the front and rear suspension from your late-model European or Japanese sportbike with the simple to-use and versatile Redline Engineering Sport Bike Center Stand ($249.50). Select from the 12 supplied adapter pins the pair that best fits your bike's swingarm pivot, slide each steel stand half into place, lock the halves together with the rosette thumbscrews and lift the bike with the telescoping handle.
Sierra BMW Motorcycles
Helmet Shelf
$59.90
No better way to begin the garage organization process than establishing a dedicated storage place for your helmet and riding gear. Touratech's Helmet Shelf ($59.90) is just the tool for the job. This stainless-steel design has a 12 x 14-inch ventilated shelf for your lid and two hooks that are perfect for hanging a jacket and pants. A smaller lower shelf is ideal for earplugs, keys and other pocket-size items.
Sierra BMW Motorcycles
Gel Wax
Eagle One says its new Gel Wax is easier to use than liquid wax and lasts just as long as paste products. Thanks to “advanced nano-technology,” it glides on easily, won’t discolor black trim or leave behind white residue and wipes off quickly for a showroom shine. Further, unlike conventional waxes, Gel Wax doesn’t need to haze or dry prior to removal. We put a coat of this citrus-scented product on Cycle World's long-term 2010 Honda VFR1200F DCT, and it was indeed easy to apply to both plastic and metal painted surfaces. The wax spread smoothly and, when buffed off immediately with a clean microfiber towel, left behind a deep, rich, lustrous finish. Good stuff.
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0043.xml
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GEICO
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GEICO
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0044.xml
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CHAPARRAL MOTORSPORTS
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CHAPARRAL MOTORSPORTS
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0045.xml
review
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CW EVALUATIONS
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National Cycle VStream Special Edition
Smoothing out the wind upon your 'Wing
National Cycle, Inc.
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National Cycle, Inc.
GL1800 Gold Wing
$394.95
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NO MOTORCYCLE IS PERFECT. THAT'S true even for Honda's GL1800 Gold Wing, a bike that continues to be the superstar of big-rig tourers despite remaining essentially unchanged for 10 model years. Ever since this 1832cc luxury liner first hit the road in 2001, many of its riders have longed for even better weather protection than what the stock windshield provides.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0046.xml
review
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CW EVALUATIONS
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Sidi Vortice
A boot that fits like a glove
Motonation
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Motonation
Sidi Vortice
$475
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IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR AN EASY-ENTRY, slip-it-on, zip-it-up-type sport-riding boot, Sidi offers several such models. Cinching up the Vortice, the Italian cobbler's top-of-the-line racing model, however, is neither easy nor quick but worth the effort.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0047.xml
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vanceandhines
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vanceandhines
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0048.xml
article
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64,65,67,68,69,70
DEPARTMENTS
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SERVICE
Scoping it out
Oil gone AWOL
Rotary club news
M/C hammer
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PAUL DEAN
Q I recently changed the exhaust system on my 1986 Yamaha SRX-6, and it sounds to me like there now is an exhaust leak. It's been hard to diagnose the problem because within a few seconds after the engine is started, the exhaust system becomes too hot for me to check for leaks using my fingers.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0049.xml
article
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ToolTime
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Gotta drill a hole in something? Okay, so here's the "drill," pardon the pun: You go to the toolbox, slide open the required drawer, take out the drill index, flip it open, look for the desired drill bit, remove it, chuck it in the drill motor, drill the hole, then reverse the entire procedure.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0050.xml
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0051.xml
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MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS INSTITUTE
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MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS INSTITUTE
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0052.xml
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Advertisement: CYCLE WORLD
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0053.xml
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0054.xml
article
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Recall Roster
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NHTSA Recall No. 10V327000 Manufacturer: Yamaha Motor Corp. USA Model: 2009 VMax Number of units involved: 700 Problem: On certain of these motorcycles, there could be excessive electrical resistance in the ground wire between the acceleration position sensor (APS) and the throttle position sensor (TPS) due to an insufficiently crimped connector.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0055.xml
review
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Best UsedBikes
Honda VTX1800
Honda
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Honda
VTX1800
$12,499
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Best Cruiser, 2001 Years sold: 8 (2001-08) MSRP new: $12,499 (2001) to $16,499 (2008) Blue Book retail value: $5545 (2001) to $8635 (2008) Basic specs: A 1795cc, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled V-Twin with tomato-can-sized 101mm (3.97-inch) pistons and an incredibly long, 112mm (4.4-inch) stroke.
CycleWorld_20101201_0049_012_0056.xml
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