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MCN Staff  says:

New Honda Fireblade takes on rivals

With over 210,000 bikes sold since 1992, the evergreen Fireblade is one of the most successful road-going superbikes ever. Honda has upgraded it for 2014, so how has it changed and how does it stack up against its Japanese rivals & the class-leader?

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gixercarl

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gixercarl says:

well done MCN

well done nice review for once

its nice to see you show that there is great value in all of these bikes, they are all great fun, and all offer something slightly diffrent

rather than the old MCN own a s1000rr or be left behind by your mates Bu======t

well done for a more balanced view for the paying public

and well done to Bob for voting for the blade

despite the Bmw hype, the experienced public know what great value the honda is and indeed all these bikes on show

for once well done MCN

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truantray

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truantray says:

It's all just numbers now

Nice to see the litre bikes finally all getting traction control and ABS, so premium bikes are now on-par with the cheapest cars. These bikes seem to now fall into the catagory of mad sports cars on Top Gear..use half the potential on public roads and you only make coppers angry, and insurance companies slightly richer.

Superbike schools in the US report a dramatic drop in crashes after switching to S1000RRs. But, still sounds like for those who pay money for motorcycles, the Suzuki is still the best deal at almost half the cost of der Beemer.

 

 

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yzrm1

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yzrm1 says:

good to hear

that honda did such a great job. and being the biggest motorcycle company realy helped alot in making the bike more user friendly for the roads. because it wasn't user friendly at all. right???????

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snev

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snev says:

ABS and Traction Control....

Oh... Hang on........ We must be talking about...Spain...Itally ..Sicily.........wouldn't want to bother testing these in ....Britain...on Wet and Cruddy roads, in the 7 months of Winter.......I guess we'll have to wait for the "Long Termers"..................I know I'm Wrong...again.

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osmanaltug

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osmanaltug says:

 bikes nice,

but beard rocks...keeep :)

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Toecutter71

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Toecutter71 says:

BMW does everthing

 We are bring japanis competitors and BMW, which is the best and have a price of two and half Suzuki which is pure robery from BMW ....i just can stpo ask my self until when BMW wich was in position to take a enourmus amount of money for something which wasnt capable to beat Kawasaki on the track, and all bike is very eaqual but BMW stil is they favor bike, and i can bet in my ass, that givet bigest money for "campaign" 

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