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Rider Magazine July 2017 Back Issue

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116 Reviews   •  English   •   Sport (Motorsport)
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The July issue of Rider magazine has a fun selection of mild to wild bike tests, from the latest Honda CB500F and Rebel 500 to the Ducati Scrambler Café Racer and upscale Indian Chieftain Limited and Elite. The cover feature is a test of Yamaha’s radical FZ-10, which we equipped with several touring accessories before taking the cruise-control-equipped sport-standard on a long ride. For dual-sport and adventure fans, our comparison test of the Honda Africa Twin and KTM 1090 Adventure R shot in California’s spring super bloom makes for some beautiful and informative reading, and there’s more adventure to be found in a scenic California and Oregon tour the author blitzed on a Triumph Explorer 1200. In our Lake Champlain touring story, the author rediscovers the ancient terrain between the Adirondacks and the Green Mountains in New York and Vermont, and the giant monoliths of Monument Valley in Arizona and Utah are the subject of this month’s Favorite Ride. All of this great content is accompanied by a larger-than-average dose of gear tests, vintage bike reflections and navel gazing on the motorcycling life from our fascinating and sweet-smelling columnists. Enjoy the issue!
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July 2017 The July issue of Rider magazine has a fun selection of mild to wild bike tests, from the latest Honda CB500F and Rebel 500 to the Ducati Scrambler Café Racer and upscale Indian Chieftain Limited and Elite. The cover feature is a test of Yamaha’s radical FZ-10, which we equipped with several touring accessories before taking the cruise-control-equipped sport-standard on a long ride. For dual-sport and adventure fans, our comparison test of the Honda Africa Twin and KTM 1090 Adventure R shot in California’s spring super bloom makes for some beautiful and informative reading, and there’s more adventure to be found in a scenic California and Oregon tour the author blitzed on a Triumph Explorer 1200. In our Lake Champlain touring story, the author rediscovers the ancient terrain between the Adirondacks and the Green Mountains in New York and Vermont, and the giant monoliths of Monument Valley in Arizona and Utah are the subject of this month’s Favorite Ride. All of this great content is accompanied by a larger-than-average dose of gear tests, vintage bike reflections and navel gazing on the motorcycling life from our fascinating and sweet-smelling columnists. Enjoy the issue!


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The July issue of Rider magazine has a fun selection of mild to wild bike tests, from the latest Honda CB500F and Rebel 500 to the Ducati Scrambler Café Racer and upscale Indian Chieftain Limited and Elite. The cover feature is a test of Yamaha’s radical FZ-10, which we equipped with several touring accessories before taking the cruise-control-equipped sport-standard on a long ride. For dual-sport and adventure fans, our comparison test of the Honda Africa Twin and KTM 1090 Adventure R shot in California’s spring super bloom makes for some beautiful and informative reading, and there’s more adventure to be found in a scenic California and Oregon tour the author blitzed on a Triumph Explorer 1200. In our Lake Champlain touring story, the author rediscovers the ancient terrain between the Adirondacks and the Green Mountains in New York and Vermont, and the giant monoliths of Monument Valley in Arizona and Utah are the subject of this month’s Favorite Ride. All of this great content is accompanied by a larger-than-average dose of gear tests, vintage bike reflections and navel gazing on the motorcycling life from our fascinating and sweet-smelling columnists. Enjoy the issue!
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Below is a selection of articles in Rider Magazine July 2017.