-book and bopped the big Ninja on the nose.But, even compared to the mighty R1, the ZX-9R still had some things going in its favour.Firstly, it was fast. Like fast as only Kawasaki can do, even outpacing the R1 in some road tests. Then there was the practicality
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I was at the launch of the Sprint RS in southern Spain in 1999. Some muppet in the office thought it would be a good idea to ride back from there to the Midlands, in late December.But thanks to decent winter kit and the Sprint RS's solid attributes, I got back in one piece and no...
unique for their two-wheeled kicks. That makes it not only the newbie's favourite, and a great city bike, but also a favourite for the motorcycle modifiers out there.Continue the Honda Hornet CB600F Used Review
that is the FZ6. Alas poor Fazer! We knew you well...Continue the Yamaha Fazer 600 Used Review 2/2
beam frame and Yamaha had upped the ante with the racier-still R6. These made the ZX-6RG and J the sensible option with a wild streak running through 'em, perfect for most of us bikers, then...Continue the Kawasaki ZX-6R Used Review - 2/2
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-Cat had been the sensible man's choice - big, comfy and more than capable of going two-up in comfort or heading Europe-side for a spot of touring.Like the FZR600 a few years before it, the R6 became the racer on the road compared to the then more sensible
on the second-hand front, with both the SRAD and the 750Y. From £1500 for an SRAD track bike to almost £6000 for a mint late model Y, there's a little piece of biking history that's affordable to all.Continue the Suzuki GSX-R750 Used Review
MUCH LIKE THE child of two very closely related redneck hicks the baby Multistrada was never going to be a looker. Launched in the middle of 2005 the 620 was the entry level Multistrada from Ducati, aiming to cash in on the surprising success of its 1000cc parent and attract a ne...
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