Three things in life are certain. Birth, death and at some point you will own a middleweight 600. Everyone I can think of has, at some point in their biking life, done their daily commute on one of these best sellers or its predecessor. It's just a
looking up. It wasn't raining any more and the roads had dried, so it was time to explore James' 'magic triangle,' - his local scratching route and the best roads in the area.Continue the 2005 Middleweight Nakeds Test - 2/2
ZongshenJialingLoncinTHREE OF China's biggest motorcycle builders have teamed up to make the country's first modular 600cc sportsbike that will go on sale in Europe.Loncin, Zongshen and Jialing have joined forces to create an all-new 600cc, four cylinder motor that will power thr...
as not only couriers but also commuters beat the rush hour traffic chaos. Scooters may be great for short distance runs but if your ride involves motorways then it's the middleweight 600s that riders are turning to.They really are the Jacks
Click to read: Kawasaki Z750 owners reviews, Kawasaki Z750 specs and to see the Kawasaki Z750 image gallery.The Kawasaki Z750 has to be one of my preferred middleweights. Five and a half grand buys you this sharp looking, 100bhp naked bike with my
budget middleweight craze back in the mid '90s.Models of this age will feel slightly dated now given that motive power comes from a decidedly aged 600cc air/oil-cooled lump that first saw service in the GSX600F 'Teapot'.Still, it's a smooth, gutsy engine
streetbike middleweights, and one of the very first Triumph Street Triple Rs to leave the factory gates. nothing has changed on Yamaha’s Fazer 600, Kawasaki’s Z750 or Honda’s Hornet 600 for 2009, but Triumph has capitalised on the success of the Street Triple
For as long as there have been motorcycles there’s been two types of streetbike: the middleweight and the heavyweight. In the 1970s it was Kawasaki’s Z650 and decade-defining Z1. Years later Suzuki offered the iconic Bandit in two flavours, 600
Poke yourself in both eyes and the Triumph Street Triple could be a Ducati Monster. Especially in red. In fact, shortly after this picture was taken, a bloke in a pub car park said to his girlfriend, ‘look, a Ducati Monster. I want one of those.’I didn’t get the chance to ask him...
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