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Where’s Mystic Meg when you need her? Better still, a Triumph Factory mole? Neither appears to be in the Yellow Pages, and Boothy reckons he’s had no luck checking the numbers on public toilet walls. This leaves me no other option than to speculate. Yep, just like one of those truth-bending tabloids I’m about to fill your minds with pure hype, albeit of the considered kind. Of course, I’m talking about the expectations surrounding a potential Daytona 765. I’ve spent a good few days with the Hinckleybased brand this month, nattering to racers, developers and managers alike. I’ve got to know their Moto2 mule pretty intimately, and I’ve seen first-hand the twinkle in eyes when you mention a new Daytona.

The retorts have been consistent; regardless of who you ask, saying that if we want it, they’ll build it. And after having had a good stint in the saddle of the largely Daytona-based 765 Moto2 mule, I know we need such a bike in our lives. It was utterly brilliant. But is it going to happen? I reckon so. I’ll leave it there, as there’s loads more goss you can indulge in on my test review of the Trumpet. And don’t forget to sign the government petition demanding the new model before Christmas; I’m sure someone will make one.

Something that’s very much real but has been kept a good secret is the revised ZX-10R trio. They’re a smart move by Kawasaki, especially considering the brand’s determination to rule supreme in the ever more stringently regulated World Superbike series, which could’ve left them trailing the likes of Ducati and the expected powerhouse Panigale V4 R. But away from the race track, they’re sure to spice up the Kwackers on the roads, or so our man Urry claims, who’s been lapping them up out in Japan. He’s given us the lowdown and it’s well worth a read if you’re in the market for a new litre bike...
Fast Bikes magazine is the definitive source for sportsbike nuts. Packed with hardcore riding, exhaustive new and used bike tests, riding advice, product reviews, project bikes, entertaining features and the world-famous 'Addiction'.
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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Fast Bikes 345.

Maybe, just maybe WELCOME Where’s Mystic Meg when you need her? Better still, a Triumph Factory mole? Neither appears to be in the Yellow Pages, and Boothy reckons he’s had no luck checking the numbers on publi...
NEW KAWASAKI H2 ANNOUNCED FOR 2019 As if it wasn’t mental enough already, Kawasaki have only gone and given their already bonkers H2 a whopping 31bhp power hike… Upfront PLANT FAST BIKES-NEW METAL NEWS & REVIEWS Back in 2015...
H2 SETS WORLD RECORD AT BONNEVILLE SPEED WEEK Full gas. Yep, Kawasaki may have just revealed a new H2 but their old one definitely isn’t slow, having clocked up a brand new speed record at the Bonneville Speed Week ...
RACING SET TO END AT ROCKINGHAM THIS YEAR After 17 years of racing action, motorsport activity is finally coming to a close at Rockingham, with a change of ownership planning to build an ‘automotive logistics hub’ – which basically sound...
NEW ACCESSORY PACK FOR SUZUKI GSX-R125 RELEASED Got yourself a new GSX-R125 and want to make it look that little bit special? Well look no further than this genuine Suzuki accessories kit which has been designed exclusively for the black mo...
TWO ESTABLISHED BIKE FESTS WILL JOIN FORCES FOR 2019 We all love a good fest, right? Well two of the UK’s most popular bike weekenders are joining forces to create one huge festival next summer. Prescott Bike Festival has teamed up with the Kickback Mo...
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Where’s Mystic Meg when you need her? Better still, a Triumph Factory mole? Neither appears to be in the Yellow Pages, and Boothy reckons he’s had no luck checking the numbers on public toilet walls. This leaves me no other option than to speculate. Yep, just like one of those truth-bending tabloids I’m about to fill your minds with pure hype, albeit of the considered kind. Of course, I’m talking about the expectations surrounding a potential Daytona 765. I’ve spent a good few days with the Hinckleybased brand this month, nattering to racers, developers and managers alike. I’ve got to know their Moto2 mule pretty intimately, and I’ve seen first-hand the twinkle in eyes when you mention a new Daytona.

The retorts have been consistent; regardless of who you ask, saying that if we want it, they’ll build it. And after having had a good stint in the saddle of the largely Daytona-based 765 Moto2 mule, I know we need such a bike in our lives. It was utterly brilliant. But is it going to happen? I reckon so. I’ll leave it there, as there’s loads more goss you can indulge in on my test review of the Trumpet. And don’t forget to sign the government petition demanding the new model before Christmas; I’m sure someone will make one.

Something that’s very much real but has been kept a good secret is the revised ZX-10R trio. They’re a smart move by Kawasaki, especially considering the brand’s determination to rule supreme in the ever more stringently regulated World Superbike series, which could’ve left them trailing the likes of Ducati and the expected powerhouse Panigale V4 R. But away from the race track, they’re sure to spice up the Kwackers on the roads, or so our man Urry claims, who’s been lapping them up out in Japan. He’s given us the lowdown and it’s well worth a read if you’re in the market for a new litre bike...
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Fast Bikes magazine print subscription.
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