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By Liam Marsden -
03 October 2012 14:46
The major new bike announcements from the 2012 Cologne Show have all been made, with the all-new BMW R1200GS topping the bill.
As well as the new GS, there was a new Street Triple and Street Triple R, the long-awaited CB1100 and a V-Strom 1000 concept unveiled by Suzuki. Now all the bikes have been unveiled, what do you think to them?
Take our surveys on each of the bikes below.
Triumph Street Triple and Street Triple R
20th anniversary Ducati Monster 1100
Arctic white Ducati 1199 Panigale
Tricolore Honda Fireblade
Suzuki V-Strom 1000
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Is it just me or is the V-Strom 1000 hideous? And I own a Versys 650!
11 October 2012 21:18
wheres the trailles?
So where is the replacement for the drz 400, there is nothing you can buy that compares apart from an oll drz 400 , i know honda released the crf250l but its underpowered with only 23 bhp, you think that a 500cc traille would be a hit with customers instead of big overwieght adventure style bikes.
11 October 2012 12:58
Not bad at all!
04 October 2012 18:45
A mixture of...........
......................the great and the awful.
What's wrong with plastic btw?
It's light, easy to make, and weather proof.
Only a 1930s Harley crank would object.
04 October 2012 16:11
New Bikes at Cologne
Glad to see the continuing trend of reducing weight, but would be much better to improve fuel consumption rather than performance. Designers and decision-makers obviously buy their fuel on their expense accounts and don't have to pay for it themselves.
04 October 2012 14:29
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