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Liam Marsden  says:

New MCN October 10: Japan's back!

In this week's MCN, out October 10, we have all the analysis from the Cologne Show, as Japanese manufacturers look to take the fight to the Europeans. Yamaha unveiled a three-cylinder engine which the say will be here within 12 months, while Suzuki took the covers off their V-Strom 1000 concept. Also in this week's MCN we take on the Dawn to...

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SHIVA_

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SHIVA_ says:

Japan is back?

Japan is back because of V-Strom? That's what you got from the lackluster INTERMOT this year?  Granted you are a tabloid and need to move paper once a week, but who's gonna buy a title having the words "Japan" and
"Back" next to a pic of the V-Strom?  Weak stuff...

 

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ivanhoe

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ivanhoe says:

Piss Poor Links

Love the suspense when you click on a picture of Max Biagi and find this page.

Whatever next.  MCN make Microsoft look good.

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snev

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snev says:

I have to say...

with a statement so bold I was at least expecting an onslaught of new ground breaking machines but...... erm ...not much really came of it , did it?

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sprintst955

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sprintst955 says:

really

2 concepts and a rebored z750,the europeans must be shitting themselves.

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SPRINTMAN52

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SPRINTMAN52 says:

Japan's going back

Is the above headline true and if it is Why?.I'm curious to know what is happening in Japan,is it material costs or are they giving up on the larger capacity machines and concentrating more on profitable smaller machines.Maybe Japan is back,maybe they see the future and the future is ever increasing petrol prices and hence increasing sales with fuel-sippers

C'mon you lot on here who know everthing about everything.even SNEV with his sick pumpkin...er...carrots?

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snev

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snev says:

SPRINTMAN52

:unsure: Erm.... I'm Not Sure.

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SPRINTMAN52

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SPRINTMAN52 says:

Japan's going back

Just read the Kevin Ash artical about the subject and as i suspected there motorcycle industry is big trouble.Never thought i would see the day.

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