class things are progressing so fast that some truly fantastic bikes are now considered, well...old hat. Which means that both brand new and second-hand these five bikes offer tremendous value for money.Take the CBR600 F1 for example. Just two years ago
V-twinPower: 180bhpWeight: 165kg2012 PTR WSS-spec CBR600RR - £38,400Performance Technical Racing (PTR) are a British based team that have taken the Supersport fight to the might of Ten Kate and the various Japanese factory teams and won.You can’t pop
Dunlop Sportmax Qualifier tyres, and an empty track at our disposal we set about the track comparison. Will the road bikes mimic the success of their race brothers?Continue for the Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade Review - 2/6
The sportsbike market is a battleground between manufacturers all trying to prise the cash from your hands. Every year the one-upmanship takes on new heights as every new model tries to better the current market leader by grabbing the headlines with a huge power figure, new piece...
By the time you read this good ol' George Dubya, a man without the mental capacity to eat a pretzel safely - will probably be trying to put more dents in Iraq than you'd find on the average black cab. Chances are this will end up like many a playground scuffle where the big lad p...
Sitting in a Spanish bar following two days of testing the new breed of 600s on both the track and road, we still haven't come to a conclusion. There are two pressing questions. First, who is our favourite film star and secondly, which is the best 600."The problem is that there i...
components, all aimed at giving the engine more grunt. This year Honda has chosen a similar path with its latest version of the CBR600RR.Since its introduction in 2003 the RR has come under fire for its lack of midrange. The most sporty CBR ever cut
Kawasaki unveiled the first of the radically styled ZX-6Rs and Honda unleashed the CBR600RR. Balls.Having learnt its lesson the hard way with the dreadful TT600, Triumph put a lot more effort into the Daytona 600. The styling was radical, the chassis sorted
sold, while the year before 388 of the older style bikes were cleared from dealer's floors, despite the eight-year-old styling. Can you imagine an eight-year-old CBR600 almost matching the sales of the new CBR600RR? And in 2004, things are even worse
this size will ever need; with a lightweight teenager on it will be even better.At £3616 - £967 more than a CBR125 - the RS is probably out of most teenagers' league. But the CBR is a soulless four-stroke that is functional at best. For teenage kicks the RS
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