Issue: 20110301

Tuesday, March 1, 2011
MARCH '11
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Saturday, August 23, 2014
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Articles
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1,5
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0001.xml
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2,3
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Advertisements
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FORD
EcoBoost
FORD
37L V65
FORD
37L V65
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0002.xml
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4
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BELL HELMETS
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BELL HELMETS
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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5,6
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0004.xml
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6
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TWIST INITIATIVE
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TWIST INITIATIVE
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0005.xml
masthead
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6
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0006.xml
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7
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BikeBandit: OEM
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BikeBandit
OEM
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0007.xml
article
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COLUMNS
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UP FRONT
Dear Arnold
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MARK HOYER
BECAUSE MOTORCYCLING HAS BEEN so maligned over the decades and, even at its most popular, has never been Truly Huge, we generally cheer and applaud any person of note who has the sense to enjoy one of the very greatest activities devised by humankind: motorized movement on two wheels.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0008.xml
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9
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Allstate Insurance Company: ALLSTATE RIDER PROTECTION
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Allstate Insurance Company
ALLSTATE RIDER PROTECTION
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0009.xml
article
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10,11
ROUNDUP
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High Voltage!
Mission R electric racebike
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KEVIN CAMERON
THIS PAST DECEMBER, MISSION Motors of San Francisco, California, revealed its "Mission R" electric-powered racing motorcycle at the Long Beach International Motorcycle Show. As you can see from the photograph, this machine uses the high-level brake, wheel and suspension technology you’d expect to find on a roadracing motorcycle.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0010.xml
article
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12
ROUNDUP
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BY THE NUMBERS:MV Agusta F3
Is the new Triple a serious threat?
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Kevin Cameron
WHEN A NEW MACHINE COMES ALONG and information is scarce, I begin exploring possibilities. Recently, MV Agusta revealed that it had developed a three-cylinder 675cc machine with 138 horsepower. Poking around the Internet suggests this bike has been in development for at least two years, delayed by uncertainty over the company's future.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0011.xml
article
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13
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EBR 1190 typhon
German-built Buell gets naked
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John Burns
After the Pegasus race team and rider Harald Kitsch won the 2010 German Sound of Thunder Championship with their brand-new Erik Buell Racing 1190 RR-B, boredom set in, and right behind it the idea to build the ultimate streetfighter. Together with Gruner Engineering, an automotive design house right down the street in Wolfsburg, Germany, the team got to work shedding parts from the 185-horsepower EBR Superbike.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0012.xml
article
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13
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25 YEARS AGO MARCH 1986
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Paul Dean
"Bigger, Badder and Better,” blazoned the cover lines touting Yamaha’s new FJ1200 sport-tourer. Inside, our test called it “the king of the streetbikes,” a powerful, comfortable all-rounder that could even outgun the mighty V-Max in roll-on acceleration.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0013.xml
article
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14,15
ROUNDUP
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THE CATALYST
CYCLE WORLD/RIDE FOR KIDS PROJECT HONDA CBR1000RR
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BLAKE CONNER
FOR THE 11TH YEAR, CYCLE WORLD AND Ride for Kids (www.rideforkids.org) have teamed up to create an incredible custom motorcycle that will be given away to a lucky winner in a drawing to be held on May 2; all proceeds will benefit the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation (PBTF).
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0014.xml
article
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14,15
ROUNDUP
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CATALINA OR BUST!
Cycle World takes on Red Bull Catalina Grand Prix—and wins!
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Blake Conner
Motorcycle racing returned to California’s Catalina Island after a 52-year hiatus when the Red Bull Catalina Grand Prix was held on the island December 3-5. The popular Southern California vacation destination hosted thousands of racing fans and more than 800 competitors during the three-day event.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0015.xml
article
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16
ROUNDUP
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QUICKRIDE
2011 Honda CRF25OR
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Ryan Dudek
ALREADY A PROVEN WINner in Cycle World's 2010 Lites-class shoot-out, the Honda CRF250R continues to evolve. Not in need of major revisions, it received a few key changes, which refined the package that got a major makeover just a year earlier.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0016.xml
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17
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Akrapovič America
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Akrapovič America
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0017.xml
article
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18,20
DEPARTMENTS
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HOTSHOTS
Buenas Harlistas!
Bay Em Vay Sechs
The dilemma really is eternal
Touching Nothing Real
Long-standing impact
The other Peter
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Loved the “Harlista Buena Social Club” article (CW, January). To get just a glimpse of what the Cubans must do to enjoy something we’re able to do here with just a flip through a catalog or a search on the ’net to get a part for our bikes shows real tenacity.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0018.xml
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Garmin Ltd.: zūmo
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Garmin Ltd.
zūmo
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0019.xml
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21
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DENNIS KIRK
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DENNIS KIRK
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0020.xml
article
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TDC
Lost Opportunities
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KEVIN CAMERON
LET’S IMAGINE WE ARE OFFICERS OF A race sanctioning body, looking at rules options for the coming years. We do a little research and we soon see that the trend of such rules is toward putting a stop to “technology creep,” the constant invention and development of new technologies that destabilize the carefully constructed Parity of racing machines—their ability to run at identical speeds.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0021.xml
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YUASA
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YUASA
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0022.xml
article
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LEANINGS
Bonneville Fever
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PETER EGAN
YESTERDAY—AS I WRITE THISY—WAS Black Friday, that infamous shopping day after Thanksgiving when consumers line up in front of shopping malls and try to kill each other. This morning’s paper reports that a fist-fight broke out between two women at Toys“R”Us, and one woman was taken away in handcuffs.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0023.xml
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25
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bridgestonemotorcycletires: BATTLAX BT-003
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bridgestonemotorcycletires
BATTLAX BT-003
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0024.xml
review
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26,27,28,29
CW FIRST RIDE
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SUZUKI GSX-R600
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SUZUKI
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SUZUKI
GSX-R600
MICHAEL NEEVES
JUST PUSHING IT OUT FROM THE GARAGE AND INTO PIT LANE tells you most of what you need to know about Suzuki's new 2011 GSX-R600. It's very light. As well it should be: Suzuki has put its supersport baby on a crash diet to the tune of 20 pounds. To get an idea of just how much 20 pounds is, the next time you’re bored, put four bags of flour in your backpack and hold it out in front of you with one arm; you won’t be like that for long!
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0025.xml
review
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30,31,32,33,34,35
FEATURES
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So, You Want To Go SuperBike Racing?
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GSX-R1000
$75,000
MATTHEW MILES
WITH 4 MINUTES AND 32 SECONDS remaining in the second qualifying session for AMA Pro American SuperBike at Virginia International Raceway, Eric Bostrom rolled into the Team Cycle World Attack Performance Yoshimura Suzuki pit. He flipped up his faceshield and leaned to-ward crew chief Richard Stanboli.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0026.xml
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34a,34b
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GEICO
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GEICO
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0027.xml
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36,37
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Helmet House, Inc.: CORTECH
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Helmet House, Inc.
CORTECH
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0028.xml
review
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38,39,40
CW FIRST RIDE
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Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero
Bagger? Cruiser? This one's a Bruiser
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ALLAN GIRDLER
EVER HAD THE CHANCE TO OPERATE A REALLY BIG PICKUP TRUCK, say, a dually with four-wheel-drive and turbocharged diesel? Sure it's a handful in the parking lot, takes two to get your MX bike up into the bed, and the sticker price tops your mom and dad's first house...
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0029.xml
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vanceandhines: PRO PIPE CHROME
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vanceandhines
PRO PIPE CHROME
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0030.xml
article
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42,43,45,46,47,48
FEATURES
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Cannonball!
A celebration of adventure, a journey to the past. Riding machines from the dawn of motorcycling across the country in honor of a man they used to call "Cannonball"
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BARRY HATHAWAY
AT A SMALL-TOWN GAS STATION SOMEWHERE IN OKLAHOMA, a local farmer examined a 1913 Indian Twin as it leaked oil profusely onto the concrete and exclaimed, “I wouldn’t ride that thing to California for nothin’!” To gain some insight into the group’s lunacy, take a look at their role model, Erwin “Cannonball” Baker, a man who crossed the United States 143 times on motorcycles (the first was in 1912).
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0031.xml
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0032.xml
article
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Cheating
Or, how to be everywhere at once when chasing the Cannonball Rally
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Barry Hathaway
PART OF ME WAS HESITANT TO CHASE the Cannonball on Victory’s flamboyant Vision. I imagined being scoffed at, or worse, rejected by the event’s hardcore-vintage faithful. Tarred and feathered? Stoned as a heretic? I didn’t entirely rule it out.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0033.xml
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OLYMPIA MOTO SPORTS: X-Moto jacket
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OLYMPIA MOTO SPORTS
X-Moto jacket
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0034.xml
review
50
50,51,52
CW RIDING IMPRESSION
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Honda CBR250R
Red-hot small-arms race
Honda
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Honda
CBR250R
$ 12,000
DON CANET
AMIDST THE FALLOUT OF FINANCIAL ASH CREATED BY the global economic meltdown simmers a post-apocalyptic price war. Smoke wafts from registers ringing up $ 12,000 middleweight supersports and volatility at the pump has driven even a few flannel-clad meat eaters into hybrids.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0035.xml
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JakeWilson
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JakeWilson
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0036.xml
review
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54,55,56
FEATURES
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COBRA CUSTOM HONDA RS750 FLAT-TRACKER
Imitation is the sincerest form of flat-trackery
COBRA
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COBRA
HONDA RS750 FLAT-TRACKER
JOHN BURNS
WHEN HONDA WANTS A “CONCEPT BIKE” BUILT, OR A “PROJECT bike” or whatever you want to call them, it doesn’t Google “custom motorcycle builders” and commence dialing from the hip. Oh, no. Even when it’s going through a rough patch, Honda has a certain standard to uphold.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0037.xml
article
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FEATURES
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Scrambling the RS
Cobra's Concept 2 shows another path
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John Burns
The obvious concept here is pulling of heartstrings, Honda-nostalgia-style. Never mind that the 305 Scrambler that this latter-day concept owes its style to was a parallel-Twin and the Shadow RS is a Vee. Builder Denny Berg describes the process of “scrambling” the RS: “The original 305 Scrambler was pretty small and tidy, so I tucked in the rear shocks and sidecovers 1.5 inches on both sides to slim it down a bit, and added longer skirts on the rear to give the seat a Sixties look.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0038.xml
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MacNeil IP LLC: WeatherTech
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MacNeil IP LLC
WeatherTech
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0039.xml
article
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58,59,60
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CLEVELAND CYCLE WERKS HEIST
Chinese rake-out
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JOHN BURNS
REALLY, THE HEIST IS BEST SUMMED up by Cleveland Cycle Werks' new West Coast distributor, Steve Barber, of Scooter City Sacramento. For many potential buyers who wander into his emporium, there are three choices: a scooter, the Heist or the bus.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0040.xml
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CompetitionAccessories
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CompetitionAccessories
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0041.xml
article
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Petite Café
You don’t have to be Miles Davis to appreciate John Zainer’s jazzy giant slayer
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MARK CERNICKY
CAPTAIN CHAOS—COMPLETE WITH FULL LEATHERS, MOTOcross boots and carbon-fiber helmet—was pretty surprised when I got the holeshot away from the red light on this tiny bike. He and his unbaffled ZX-14 blasted by squirreling around on one wheel.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0042.xml
article
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FEATURES
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BMW F800R
First a superbike, then a six-cylinder GT, now a stuntah?! BMW is on a tear.
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JOHN BURNS
EMBOLDENED BY THE SUCCESS OF ITS incredible new S1000RR (and justifiably so), BMW has gone ahead and built itself a dang hooligan bike. In fact, it’s been on sale in Europe since 2009, while the company has used the typical excuse not to import it to the States: Americans don’t do naked bikes.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0043.xml
review
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LONG-TERM UPDATE
Honda VFR1200F DCT
Can-Am Spyder RT-S
Husqvarna TE630
BMW
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BMW
F800R
BMW
VFR1200F DCT
$17,499
BMW
Spyder RT-S
$26,449
BMW
TE630
$8999
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IN JUST THREE MONTHS’ TIME, WE’VE managed to rack up more than 5000 miles on our long-term Honda VFR1200F DCT. In addition to the bike’s use in February’s sport-touring comparison, CW staffers Mark Hoyer, John Burns and Andy Leisner, plus Road & Track Associate Art Director Bert Swift and former National Editor Mike Monticello, have all taken long rides on the big, powerful, dual-clutch-transmission-equipped V-Four; Monticello even brought along his wife, Julie, for a two-up weekend sport-tour in and around Southern California.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0044.xml
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AFX: FX-5
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AFX
FX-95
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0045.xml
review
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DEPARTMENTS
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NEW IDEAS
Twisted Throttle Accessories
Brembo Mechanical Clutch Lever Kit
MotoCorsa CorsaCaffe
Gator Skins
Arai Vector-2 and XC/XC-Ram
Puig Windscreen
PFSMX Ride Control Suspended Top Clamp
Eastwood Fuel Guard
Twisted Throttle Accessories
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Twisted Throttle Accessories
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$59.99
Is the road less traveled calling your name? Twisted Throttle’s ever-expanding line of adventure-madeeasier accessories now includes just about everything but the proverbial kitchen sink for the 2010-11 Ducati Multistrada 1200. For example, SW-MOTECH Quick-Lock Sidecarriers ($254.99) are compatible with several brands of sidecases—TraX (45-liter shown; $325), Pelican, GIVI, Shad and others. Also from SW-MOTECH, powdercoated mild-steel Crashbars ($244.99) are designed to flex upon impact, providing better protection for costly bodywork. Seeing is believing with either Denali LED ($299.99) or PIAA driving lights; mounting is a snap with SW-MOTECH Auxiliary Light Mounts ($59.99). Also available: SW-MOTECH Handlebar Risers ($49.99) and Header Guard ($114.99) and, well, the list goes on and on...
Twisted Throttle Accessories
Mechanical Clutch Lever Kit
$164.95
Complement your Brembo 15, 16 or 19mm RCS radial front brake master cylinder with a matching Clutch Lever Kit ($164.95). Designed for Japanese sportbikes fitted with cable-actuated clutches, the machined-from-billet aluminum mounting boss is emblazoned with the Italian tricolore and laser-etched with the Brembo Racing logo. The lever itself is forged aluminum, folds to prevent breakage and is shaped to clear the standard handlebar-mounted switchgear housing.
Twisted Throttle Accessories
MotoCorsa
$14.25
Arun Sharma loves Italian motorcycles and wine, so he founded MotoCorsa and CorsaVino. Sharma is also passionate about coffee, so he partnered with Ristretto Roasters, which, like MotoCorsa, is located in Portland, Oregon. Together, they created a Ducati-inspired line of coffees called CorsaCaffe. Choose from three roasted-daily, whole-bean blends: Rosso ($14.25), Nero ($13.75) and Decaffeinato ($13.75).
Twisted Throttle Accessories
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$60
Gator Skins were created to keep riders warm without resorting to heavy, bulky layers. Developed by DuPont, the rugged, lightweight microfiber material used to make the thermal top ($60; XS-XXXXL) and pants ($45; S-XXXXL) is said to provide a breathable, water-repellent, windproof barrier against the elements while delivering three times the warmth of wool. A fleece-backed neck warmer ($25) and glove liners ($29; XS-XL) are also available.
Twisted Throttle Accessories
Vector-2
$499.95
Full-or open-face? Regardless of the style of helmet that you prefer, Arai has a new DOT-and Snell 2010-approved design to suit your riding needs. The Vector-2 ($479.95-609.95; sizes XS-XXXL) benefits from the wider, latest-generation SAI faceshield and eyeport for enhanced peripheral vision. The ACR-2 rear exhaust vent/wing is said to more efficiently remove interior heat. Likewise boasting a multi-density single-piece EPS liner, both the XC ($499.95; sizes XS-XXXL) and fixed Air Wing-equipped XC-Ram (shown; $559.95) offer extended coverage in the cheek area. New side exhaust cowls complete the ventilation upgrades.
Twisted Throttle Accessories
Puig Windscreen
Latest addition to Puig’s line of replacement windscreens is this shapely, slippery-looking design for the Honda VFR1200F. Available in clear, smoke (shown), dark smoke ($84.95) or red tint ($88.95), the 1,2-inch-taller-than-stock “double-height” design is manufactured of tough, 3mm-thick acrylic and pre-drilled at the factory in Spain for an original-equipment fit. Uses stock hardware.
Twisted Throttle Accessories
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$299.95
Reduce the effect that braking bumps, landings from big jumps and other off-road obstacles have on your body with a PFSMX Ride Control Suspended Top Clamp ($299.95). This unique, steering-stabilizer-friendly machined aluminum design incorporates pivoting bar clamps that act as secondary suspension while retaining steering accuracy. Fits late-model Honda CRF450Rs; other applications are in the works.
Twisted Throttle Accessories
Fuel Guard
$7.99
If you haven’t noticed, modern gas sucks, especially ethanol blends. Nothing turns to tar, gum and varnish or drops octane and/or ignitability faster. Plus, ethanol-blended fuels readily absorb water (even from the air!), which can lead to phase separation, a phenomenon where water-saturated ethanol actually drops out of solution and forms a separate watery layer in your tank. Octane drops, rust ensues and the only “fix” for phase-separated fuel is a complete draining and cleaning of your motorcycle’s fuel system. Ethanol itself is also quite aggressive, potentially harming rubber, plastic and fiberglass components, particularly those of older machines. To help combat these problems, Eastwood offers Fuel Guard in both Ethanol Protec tion Formula ($7.99; an 8-ounce bottle treats up to 30 gallons) and Ethanol Stabilizer Formula ($9.99; 8 ounces treats up to 20 gallons in stored vehicles for as long as 12 months). Your pilot jets or fuel injectors will thank you.
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0046.xml
review
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70
CW EVALUATION
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Aerostich Falstaff Jacket
Waxing on about cotton
Aerostich
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Aerostich
Falstaff Jacket
$397
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PRETTY MUCH EVEN THE NAME THAT Aerostich gave this jacket tells you the kind of thought that went into it. Belstaff is famous for its waxed-cotton riding apparel, but that name was already taken (and that company seems to have gone seriously haute-couture expensive).
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0047.xml
review
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CW EVALUATION
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Transitions SOLFX Faceshield
Clear to dark tint in seconds
bellpowersports
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bellpowersports
SOLFX Faceshield
$119.95
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WE'RE TRYING TO REMEMBER WHEN the first eyeglasses that darkened on their own came out. Seems like about the same time frame as the first Pulsar digital watch, which sold for like $2000. Expensive! Both items went well with the leisure suit. Must've been the 1970s, not long after the first full-face helmet.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0048.xml
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BAZZAZ: ZFi
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BAZZAZ
ZFi
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0049.xml
review
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CW EVALUATION
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exo2 StormRider Bodywarmer
Hot tip for cool-weather riding
exo2theheatinside
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exo2theheatinside
StormRider Bodywarmer
$199.99
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EVALUATING ELECTRIC RIDING GEAR IN Southern California would, on the surface, seem to be as fruitful as working on a tan in Seattle. While some of the beach-bred locals may think that black ice is a rap artist, our year-round riding season does present its fair share of chilly two-wheeling.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0050.xml
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ColorRite Distributing Inc.
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ColorRite Distributing Inc.
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0051.xml
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Penske Racing South, Inc.: Shell Saver Card
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Penske Racing South, Inc.
Shell Saver Card
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0052.xml
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CHAPARRAL MOTORSPORTS
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CHAPARRAL MOTORSPORTS
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0053.xml
article
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DEPARTMENTS
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SERVICE
Slip-slidin' away
No wrong answer
Sump-thing to consider
ToolTime
Best UsedBikes
A real stand-up guy
HomeBrews
TechTips
To rev or not to rev
Recall Roster
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PAUL DEAN
Q Reading the November Service column, I found special interest in your “Breaking the Mold” comments about the dangers of mold release on new tires. Like the guy who wrote that letter, Mark Teragawa, I too have a 2001 Suzuki SV650, and I recently had it fitted with a new rear Dunlop Sportmax Q2.
CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0054.xml
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RASE WATCH
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The Electronic Era
When discussing electronics as applied to motorcycles, some people speak as though this were a moral choice. It's not. Electronics have become an integral part of the motorcycle. Here's why.
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KEVIN CAMERON
LET'S BEGIN WITH BREAKING PERFORMANCE compromises. Magnetos sparked at one fixed timing (with possibly a simple starting retard), which gave away power because no engine's ignition timing needs are constant as rpm and throttle angle vary in use.
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DiscountRamps
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DiscountRamps
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0058.xml
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cardo communication in motion
scala rider Q2
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CycleWorld_20110301_0050_003_0059.xml
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88,89,90,91,92,93,94,95,96,97
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DEPARTMENTS
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SLIPSTREAM
Reader Information
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PROGRESSIVE
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