feel like a bit of a hero, though I was a bit nervous of turning it in on the brakes as hard as I normally would. While there seems to be quite a lot of grip, there’s not as much feel as the other sports tyres here. Mid-corner they’re pretty vague
of this exact bike of later to be laminated and worship not for performance and power but because of its curves, its aggressive styling and its ability to turn heads. 12 years later and today im sat upon one.O.K maybe I care a little more about the power
was swiftly proffered.Turns out it means "one person, plus one horse equals one unit." Aha, I thought, nodding sagely and writing it down. Then I read it back and realised I was still none the wiser. Damn. A few beers and a lot of chat with Yamaha's PR staff
bike, the Thunderbird turns easily enough and, once into a corner, the thing’s predictable enough to let you flirt with the limits of ground clearance all the way round.Read more: http://www.visordown.com/road-tests-first-rides/2009-triumph
in the first month, to be honest I loved every single one of them.It pulls well, stops even better and turns like a dream. Personally I prefer to run Michelin Pilot Road 3's for best all year grip, they are fantastic in the wet and still pretty darn good
.Although the riding and visual experience of the 9½ is very pleasant the actual build quality leaves a bit to be desired. From a distance the bike certainly turns heads, but get up close and there are a few rough edges that we wouldn’t expect on a bike costing £8499
to be anonymus, because this bike will turn heads and will attract a lot of attention wherever you will go.748 s looks better than the standard model due to a redesigned Marchesini wheel with 5 spokes which is also lighter than the older 3 spoke, also better
to see why the GS's are the weapon of choice for most long distance travellers as well as doing the daily commute and weekend madness. This is a machine I will keep till I turn my toes up, it really is that good.
your 620 and everyone turns their heads to look at the gorgeous machine it is..Perfect bike for those who have ridden a 125 and want a comfortable Bigger bike without the madness of the sports bikes..
bits before buying one, so you know the potential pitfalls. Buy the best you can afford and focus on the engine and mechanicals being tiptop, not the bodywork. Very enjoyable bike and still turns heads. A practical bike Ross Sharp: Nostalgia over
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