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Liam Marsden  says:

New MCN July 25: Super twins tested

In this week's MCN, out July 25, we test middleweight super twins. Are bikes like the Kawasaki ER-6f the best bikes in the tough new world of the £6 gallon and £9000 sports bikes? Included in this week's issue is a free adventure supplement. There's 24-pages detailing some of the greatest trails on earth, as well as some amazing stories and...

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Jul 12

Posts: 2

grumpyyouth says:


An MCN worth reading! More of the reasonably priced bikes please, whilst reviewing exotic superbikes has its place these days not many people are that interested.

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Jun 09

Posts: 33

Premises187 says:

Sounds good!

Definitely a worthy buy. It features real world bikes!!!

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Jul 05

Posts: 157

yamtcat says:

good timing

4 months after I bought an Sv650s over an er6 lol hope it gets a good review!

although putting it under a heading of CHEAP on the front page really gives me a boost....its plenty for me each month, cannae all be panigale boys!



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Aug 02

Posts: 2320

Hedgehog5 says:

Super Twin?

These 2 cyl bikes are not exactly top spec... there are singles that put out more power than at least one of them!... & what does this make my F800 with 87 bhp... a super-duper twin?... what's classified as a mega-twin?... in fact what's the definition of just an ordinary twin which is pretty much what these 3 bikes are (& my F800)?

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Mar 04

Posts: 204

v2kiwi says:

As i read on here

It takes real skill to ride a slow bike fast , but it,s easy to ride a fast bike slow. Mini twins at the TT show how good they are . Outright  power is nt the be all and end all if you can actually ride. A good rider on one of these could make turkeys out of alot of litre sportbike riders on the road. And that s the real world , where most sports bikes are ridden.

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