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Liam Marsden  says:

Poll: What is your ideal capacity for a Japanese sports bike?

600cc supersport bikes were once championed as the perfect bikes to tackle Britain's twisty, undulating back roads. But recent sales figures show a surprising lack of interest in the supersport market. Japan also seems less than excited by the class, with most supersport bikes receiving nothing but cosmetic upgrades over the last few years - the Honda CBR600RR is essentially the same...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (18 July 2012 17:12)

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dukie

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dukie says:

170kg 400cc with about 40nm torque and a cruising speed of 100mph returning 70mpg 17L tank. I'm dreaming though

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EthanCorneille

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I'm not into sports bikes, because it's the fastest way to remain without a licence. I prefer buying a normal motorcycle and keeping my only connection to sports by watching the fantasy football 2012 cup rather than having to be forced to slow down and do nothing with what I own.

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