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Superbike Magazine February 2012 Back Issue

View Reviews   |   Write Review Superbike is an irreverent, humorous, and massively informative magazine for all kinds of bikers. The staff have decades of testing and riding experience and are still passionate about bikes. .. read more Biking is – or should be- great fun as well as a huge thrill. Superbike is the best source of definitive bike tests as well as features on riding, technology and maintenance, combined with the latest product developments and behind-the-scenes race information.  read less
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Superbike Magazine  |  February 2012  


First Ride: 2012 Honda Fireblade. The Honda Fireblade is 20 years old this year. So has Honda laden the 2012 bike with all manner of trickness? A 220bhp engine? MotoGP electronics? We wish. We check out the new chassis and styling tweaks at the Portimao racetrack.
Feature: Honda TT legends endurance racing at Qatar. We spent the weekend with John McGuinness, Keith Amor and Glen Richards at the final round of the world endurance championship.
Feature: Car (Nissan GTR) vs Bike (Kawasaki ZX-10R) If you open your garage and see a Kawasaki ZX-10R nestled next to a Nissan GT-R supercar, then we hate you. .. read more Which has been confusing this month, since it’s us who’ve had the six-wheel dream experience. Living with a £73k, 530bhp supercar and a £13k 209bhp superbike – a tough gig…
Feature: Triumph Speed Triple All you could possibly want to know about Triumph’s big bore naked streetfighter. The Speed Triple gets diced, sliced and dissected by owners and dealers. The real truth on Triumph’s big naked triple
Long Term Test BIkes: 2011 Yamaha YZF-R1, 2011 Kawasaki ZX-10R, 2011 BMW S1000RR our long term test bikes abused and rated. Kenny wears his brake pads out on the S1000RR, John gets an oil leak on the ZX-10R and the battery goes flat on Chris’ R1. In between breaking them, the ‘termers were taken for a run to the seaside for sand, sea and, er, clouds.  read less
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