of progress has developed into a flat out sprint when it comes to the supersport 600s.Which is great news for the bargain-hunting buyer because as with every race there are always stragglers. I don't mean this in a detrimental way, it's just that in the 600cc
that gramps had exceeded 100mph, got his knee down and pulled a wheelie. But you know what, I reckon that if they asked me if I had ridden a CBF600S I would struggle to remember. Which is the problem with this new Honda: it’s an instantly forgettable bike
Click to read: Suzuki GSF600S Bandit owners reviews, Suzuki GSF600S Bandit specs and to see the Suzuki GSF600S Bandit image gallery.By the time the Bandit got an update in 2000, it had been trounced by the Fazer, Hornet and Suzuki's own SV650
Looking at the current crop of sports 600s it’s hard to believe, but just a few years ago supersport bikes were regarded as the poor man’s superbike. All the cutting edge technology was thrown at the litre bike class and the 600s were considered
. But the steering is quick and light thanks to the steering damper being removed."And it's a shame the brakes are so poor. Again this isn't traditional GSX-R territory - normally the 600's brakes are fine - but these do feel as though they've suffered a little over
HONDA IS recalling certain models of the CBF600 Naked, Naked ABS, S and S ABS because of a potential electrical system problem which could cause a short circuit on the bike.Each registered owner of the motorcycles concerned will be contacted directly by Honda which says that the ...
IT SOUNDS as though this weekend's World Supersport outing at Monza is going to be another blisteringly good encounter with Assen thriller winner Eugene Laverty properly up for a scrap.Parkalgar Honda star said: “I’m really looking forward to it even through it will be a new tra...
Getting from A to B on a bike designed solely to get from A to B as cheaply as possible used to be a rather wretched affair. Such bikes were, quite frankly, built down to a price, plasticky, slow, handled like shopping trollies and looked crap. They would do the job adequately bu...
I'm struck with the senselessness of it all. All this human waste and complete devastation. No, I'm not queuing in the gents' bogs at Brands Hatch after a World Superbike race; I'm standing by a commemorative obelisk in the drizzling rain and reading about the battle of Naesby in...
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