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New Bonnie spotted in Oz

Anonymous, 01 April 2001 00:00

THE cruiser-style version of Triumph’s Bonneville has been spied on test in Australia.The bike, which was first reported in MCN last year, will use the same air-cooled, 790cc, four-stroke parallel twin engine as the current Bonneville. It’s likely to produce a similar 60-odd bhp. Although Triumph is likely to make changes to the bike’s appearance and design before its public ...

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The return of the Hesketh

Anonymous, 01 April 2001 00:00

IT’S 22 years since Hesketh tried to bring us an all-British superbike with the benefit of breeding. Now it’s back, as a well-to-do classic. Now you can own a brand new version for £11,750.According to Mick Broom, who has kept the Hesketh name alive since the original firm crashed in 1982, production will be in batches of six – and ...

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Raptor special is a big noise in the city

Anonymous, 25 March 2001 00:00

FROM their bike emporium in North London Moto-Casoli are used to adding extra special touches to their customers’ already special bikes.Their's is an Aladdin's cave of Italian exotica; MV Agustas fight for floorspace with Foggy reps and other varieties of V-twin loveliness All expensive, all exclusive.We’re here to savour a particular bike that for the moment renders even these machines ...

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Guzzi reveals limited edition versions of its California

Anonymous, 25 March 2001 00:00

MOTO GUZZI has unveiled two new cruisers which give us a taste of the direction the firm is going in under new owner Aprilia.Both are based on the long-time favourite California cruiser and will be produced in strictly limited numbers.The new California Stone is a stripped-to-the-bone version of the venerable V-twin. Even the chrome is restrained. It will be available ...

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Enfield Clubman takes you back

Anonymous, 25 March 2001 00:00

" What year is it mate? " " Err, 2000 actually. " This innocent question, asked by a passer-by just seconds after I parked the Clubman, demonstrates exactly what this bike is about. A 1950’s bike, built in 2000, and totally timeless.In the late 50s and throughout the 60s if you rode a bike you were either a mod or ...

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The shape of the R1 to come

Anonymous, 25 March 2001 00:00

YOU’LL have to wait the best part of a year before this will be in our showrooms, but if the ultimate in sports performance is what you’re after, you might find it’s worth the wait.The current R1 is a stunning machine, providing one of the most exciting experiences you’ll find anywhere on the planet.But the new version, due to go ...

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Falling like nine pins

Anonymous, 25 March 2001 00:00

It was tempting fate to invite a load of bike journalists to a go-kart track in Kent to ride a scooter that Yamaha said was designed to handle.Rain, on top of a track laced with oil and rubber, resulted in seven of the new four-stroke scooters being crashed within an hour. Perhaps not everyone there was " riding to the ...

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New 996 will be lighter, faster… and redder

Anonymous, 18 March 2001 00:00

Pierre Terblanche, the man who is working on a replacement for the Ducati 996, gave a few hints about how it will look when he joined in a live chat session on motorcyclenews.com on Friday.Terblanche, said it would handle sharper, go faster and be lighter, but he also revealed it would be more practical than the current bike. " It ...

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Hailwood memorial run this Sunday

Anonymous, 18 March 2001 00:00

JOIN a ride-out to mark the 20th anniversary of Mike Hailwood’s death on Sunday, March 25.The run goes from Fort Dunlop, Birmingham to Portway Motor Centre, to the spot where Mike and his daughter Michelle were fatally injured in a road accident on March 23, 1981.As a tribute to Mike, the Portway Motor Centre will be naming its new auction ...

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Pierre Terblanche in his own words

Anonymous, 18 March 2001 00:00

Pierre Terblanche is Ducati’s top designer. He is in charge of the project to create a bike to replace the 996.He joined us in the VIP Lounge in the TALK BIKES area of the site on Friday, March 23 and answered your questions for an hour-and-a-half.In a frank interview he talked about the pressures he’s under, how the " new ...

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