to bring you the biggest and hardest group test TWO has ever done just to split these bikes. We tested seven of the best naked middleweights - three of them brand new for 2004 - from six different manufacturers on the road, track and city streets, as well
were about to be put through the bloody grinder and no mistake. Let thrashing commence!Four sportsbikes, four TT racers, and one TT circuit. This is what happened...Start the TT road test 2/7THE OTT TESTERSDave Jefferies, TT Legend6-times TT winner, big
Triple long-termer for its final test to see how it would hold up on this fast challenging circuit.The day started with a chill in the air but with the promise of 27 degrees and unbroken sun spirits were high. After an excellent briefing
's very horrendous suspension makes it feel too nervous for road riding. In many ways, the Triumph was the best bike on this test. Comfortable, great styling, great engine and most importantly it's got bags of character. You can really hustle the Speed
over function, a real posing tool for the city, we were all sure that our esteemed Art Director would breakdown long before the Triumph did.There are so many questions that remain unanswered in a typical magazine multi-bike test. Naturally, here
The Supertest began as an idea last year between Spanish magazines Solo Moto and el Periodico, Portuguese mag Motojornal, Italian magazine La Moto and Two Wheels Only. The idea of the test was to put all of the very best sportsbikes head
Click to read: BMW S1000RR owners reviews, BMW S1000RR specs and see the BMW S1000RR image gallery.Session OneJust sitting on the new BMW1000 RR makes me think of my long-term R6. I’m five-foot eight and it just fits me really well - everything is really light and compact. It’s a...
it accelerates. It does it so smoothly. It’s also got anti wheelie and it’s brilliant here with high and low speed crests, you can feel the front coming up as the road drops away and the front wheel gradually gets put back down even though the throttle’s still
calculator working out which would cost the most to own. With points awarded for each discipline, the coronation ceremony would be for the bike that scored the highest.This is possibly the biggest road test TWO has ever done. The winner surprised some
Scotland lost a true hero when the great Bob McIntyre was killed at Oulton Park in 1962. At the time I was only one year old so I never saw the man race. However, I was fortunate to spend my teen years around a man that did.Pim Fleming, from Motherwell, was Bob's friend, mechanic...
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