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TDM video interview part one

Anonymous, 01 October 2001 00:00

Choose from the Real Player (RM) or Quicktime (MOV) video downloads to watch part one of our interview with the TDM900 design team.

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Aprilia launches new range of clothing

Anonymous, 09 September 2001 00:00

Aprilia has launched its 2002 clothing range, aimed at showing how leisure style is going hand-in-hand with technical biking gear.UK based after-sales manager Massimo Granata said, " In Italy, huge numbers of people ride scooters, and many of them like to buy our branded leisure clothes. We’ve developed a quality range which will appeal to more than just bike enthusiasts. ...

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Yamaha Tmax long term test, September

Anonymous, 02 September 2001 00:00

Douglas Adams wrote in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy that a towel is the most useful object in the universe, but I have another suggestion - a party popper.Apart from its primary function of livening up a party, the exploding tube of streamers could, be invaluable for self-defence. Set it off in the face of a wild animal and ...

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Swop my superbike for a Harley? Maybe…

Anonymous, 02 September 2001 00:00

It’s a weird feeling when preconceptions you’ve had for years are totally destroyed in the space of a few minutes. Weird and very annoying because, like most people, I can’t stand being proved wrong. I mean, I’ve hated Harley-Davidsons for ages, and for good reason – or so I thought. It wasn’t just blind prejudice born of ignorance, but the ...

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Gilera’s big-bore twins to power superbikes… and scooters

Anonymous, 26 August 2001 00:00

Gilera has revealed two new engines, which will provide the basis not only for future V-twin Gileras but Piaggios and Cagivas, too. They will power everything from scooters to superbikes.The two motors, which will be officially unveiled at the Milan show next month, share a conventional 90-degree V-angle and the same crankcase design – but unique cylinders and heads mean ...

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Round the world by Africa Twin

Anonymous, 15 July 2001 00:00

THERE are two essential items for anyone thinking of travelling the world on a bike. Not Swiss Army knives or malaria pills, not a compass or a 32-piece socket set, not even a get out of jail free card or a bagful of bungees. But two words of priceless international currency: David and Beckham. In that order. But don’t take ...

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Ducati marks 75th anniversay by resurrecting a classic road race

Anonymous, 01 July 2001 00:00

Carl Fogarty has a big head. It’s so big that it covers nearly a quarter of the side of the Ducati factory wall. He’s staring out over the car park where about 60 bikes are lined up ready to race each other. As posters of Foggy go, this is huge, but no expense has been spared by Ducati, which celebrates ...

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"He’d tape bits of plastic oil can to his knee and go out and race"

Anonymous, 13 May 2001 00:00

JOEY DUNLOP Dunlop is remembered as one of the greatest road racers ever, his 26 wins at the TT marking him out as the most successful rider in the history of the event. But while they are mightily impressive, the statistics tell you nothing about the man himself.In racing terms he had speed, unsurpassed circuit knowledge, mechanical sympathy, physical toughness ...

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Long term Kawasaki ZRX1200

Anonymous, 06 May 2001 00:00

There were a number of bikes on my private short-list that I was gagging to get a test ride on before I signed on the dotted line and bought one for myself. One of them was the ZRX1200S> But try as I might, I couldn’t find a local dealer with one on their demo fleet.As luck would have it, MCN ...

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The GSX-R1000, the Ferrari… and the jet fighter

Anonymous, 18 March 2001 00:00

BIKES, jet fighters and Ferraris. They’re all pretty fast, they’re all very expensive and they all require some kind of financial backing and a passion for sniffing fuel fumes to get involved with in the first place, whether that’s a hire purchase contract, the RAF or a Lottery win.For more than a decade, Suzuki has given us the maddest bikes ...

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