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Liam Marsden  says:

New MCN July 31: RCV road bike new details

In this week's MCN: MCN has new details on Honda's road-going MotoGP missile, which is expected to be unveiled in just a few months. PLUS:The search for 2013's best sports bike: MV Agusta F3 800 vs Suzuki GSX-R750 vs Ducati 848 Evo CorseYamaha XV950 world first testEnd to end for 30 quidAll the news from the Suzuka 8-hour All available in print at...

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Oct 11

Posts: 197

SundayRoast says:


Dont tell me Honda are going to launch their flagship bike in these hideous colours. it is terrible.

It looks like a retro CBR600. Surely they must be able to learn something by now from European machines that rule the market. Clearly no taste. 

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Oct 10

Posts: 109

Don't worry - it's another MCN mockup. If you look at this link: You can see it is a update to a previous (more successful looking if bland) mock up they did.

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Dec 07

Posts: 93

britri123 says:

Sunday roast

Sorry to dissapoint mate but that picture IS NOT REAL. As many of MCNs "scoops" its a computer generated image which will look nothing like the real thing. Where are the spy shots MCN? Yet again lazy reporting, lets see some REAL bikes.

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Apr 11

Posts: 1681

ow01fogno1 says:


why dont honda stop messing about and make the rvf 1000 that was teasingly pictured a few years back.:(

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Apr 06

Posts: 1216

CosherB says:

road going RCV?

i'll believe it when i see it .... and i'm not holding my breath.

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May 05

Posts: 26

davemolly says:

pointless pics

What is the point of MCN's computer generated pics? Who give a toss what their computer geek graphic designer 'thinks' the bike might look like. Tell us when you KNOW!

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Oct 11

Posts: 2475

Piglet2010 says:

Yamaha XV950 world first test

But here in the US a bunch of reviews of the 99.9% identical Star Bolt have been published.

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Sep 10

Posts: 1318

SatNavSteve says:

Another total irrelevance for public roads! Be great for track days though! I'm still waiting for that shaft-driven diesel tourer that does 100mpg with a 300 mile range (minimum!) that will take 2 people and their luggage across continents. The technology exists! Can't understand why, when manufacturers make a bike that is more efficient, they then put a smaller tank on it? Come on guys, we had big tourers doing 45mpg 40 years ago. Even cars do more to the gallon now! Shameful! Stop competing on power and concentrate on practicality for a change. Sorry if I sound old-fashioned, but we get 6 cylinders or bikes that cost more to service than a car (and more often) or 300kg or bikes that cost over a grand to repair if they just fall off the stand and they are called tourers! Oooh, I feel better for getting that off my chest.

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Feb 13

Posts: 1275

AlexDAbomB69 says:

they only

need to make 200 a year and its a world superbike contender. Does this mean a new Honda GP bike is coming? Could be

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Oct 07

Posts: 1

MotoRider says:

If this bike does not top the BMW HP4 then Honda should not waste their time.

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