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Video: Hypermotard 1100 v GSX-R600 v Speed Triple

Ducati's new Hypermotard 1100 Evo is a great bike - but it has divided opinion in the MCN office. One side of the office thinks it's a relevant and fun alternative to a supersports machine like the Suzuki GSX-R600, offering something fun and sporty without the cramped-up racetrack riding position.    But the other side is convinced that super nakeds like...

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Mar 09

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Chris14 says:

Speed Triple

Id have to go for the triple anyday, i love the way it looks, and havin ridden its little brother, i bet it goes like stink, but in a fun, road going maner. Unlike the GSXR which is almost guarenteed to get me into trouble, as much as i love sportsbikes, i cant see that apeal on the road, sorry.
While the Duke is probobly a very good bike, Ive ridden the 796 and even that was a bit skinny seat, and i found for a true supermoto a bit heavy. Considering at home I have my own Honda CRF450 supermoto, and I enjoy that far more. but there ya go.

However I still love all these bikes, and wouldn't be upset is someone gave me one, but I'd have the triumph with me own money.

My 2p's worth

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