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Michael Neeves  says:

Bimota Tesi 3D: World first ride

MCN Senior Road Tester Michael Neeves has just become the first rider, other than Bimota personnel, to ride the third generation Bimota Tesi, the 3D.

"Just one example of this radical, hub-centre steered machine currently exists, and that is in the form of a pre-production development mule. I rode with Bimota's test rider on the roads around the Italian firm's factory in Rimini and , despite the roads being very slippery, I was still able to get a good feel for what this bike's going to be like. It's very nimble, very comfortable for a sports bike and undeniably swift. the biggest compliment you...

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IronUrchin

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IronUrchin says:

flacid genitals

that's all very well but it definitely ain't sexy. PIG UGLY in fact

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Rod Smith

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Rod Smith says:

Bimota Tesi 3D

Why? Are the designers on Acid?

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sir loin

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sir loin says:

Tesi

I think it looks wild, and I would like to see how it handles some sack-smackin wheelies. Sorry about your personal problems Urchin.

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RobMoody

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RobMoody says:

tesi

it's deafenlty different i would like to see how it handles on the track although it's not a track bike i think it should do very well

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IronUrchin

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IronUrchin says:

hahaha

happens to the best of us Sir Loin especially when you see something that damn ugly......takes all sorts i suppose.

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