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Adam Child  says:

TT analysis: Spot the difference

Quattro Bournemouth Kawasaki man James Hillier is one of the exciting next generation of TT riders. He has a TT win under his belt and has joined the elite 131mph average club, just missing out on a senior podium spot this year. Our very own Senior MCN road tester is only in his second year, and is on sharp learning curve...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (05 July 2013 11:25)

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Feb 12

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Titosfuneral says:

Very interesting, especially having watched your video of part of the lap. Just shows how committed the pros are round here.

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Jun 13

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jeffpatrick says:


An interesting read. You can analyse the figures all you like, but what you did still took massive balls of steel!! fair play to you.

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Jul 08

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Carlosoul says:

Well done...

Chad, very good riding on each attempt, still remember your wheelie at Rhencullen... nice! All the best in future TT's mate

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Oct 11

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Piglet2010 says:


locktab - I have ridden my Honda Dullsville on a super-moto track with the panniers and top-box loaded with my traveling stuff. Ground off a good bit of the acorn nuts on the peg feelers.

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