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Rapid Magazine Issue#101 2016 Back Issue

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Rapid is back with Issue 101; the first with new editor Chris Pickett. We test Kawasaki’s new ZX-10R here in Australia and at Sepang in Malaysia. Harley fans will love the Pro Street Breakout CVO, and there’s a massive Adventure Performance compare between BMW, Ducati and Aprilia’s products. On the modified scene we have an immaculately prepared Suzuki RGB500, built by a racer to replicate another racer’s machine. There’s a CBX1000 with lots of modern bits, two stroke Yamaha cafe racers, and a BMW S 1000 RR made to look like a retro endurance racer – very cool. Kar Lee is back with his retake on modern classics, and we look at two young Australian road racers, one preparing for the Isle of Man TT and the other in the World Supersport Championships. There’s also plenty of technical articles, new columnists, products and even a story on why the GP racers like to wave their legs around so much.
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Issue#101 2016 Rapid is back with Issue 101; the first with new editor Chris Pickett. We test Kawasaki’s new ZX-10R here in Australia and at Sepang in Malaysia. Harley fans will love the Pro Street Breakout CVO, and there’s a massive Adventure Performance compare between BMW, Ducati and Aprilia’s products. On the modified scene we have an immaculately prepared Suzuki RGB500, built by a racer to replicate another racer’s machine. There’s a CBX1000 with lots of modern bits, two stroke Yamaha cafe racers, and a BMW S 1000 RR made to look like a retro endurance racer – very cool. Kar Lee is back with his retake on modern classics, and we look at two young Australian road racers, one preparing for the Isle of Man TT and the other in the World Supersport Championships. There’s also plenty of technical articles, new columnists, products and even a story on why the GP racers like to wave their legs around so much.


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Rapid is back with Issue 101; the first with new editor Chris Pickett. We test Kawasaki’s new ZX-10R here in Australia and at Sepang in Malaysia. Harley fans will love the Pro Street Breakout CVO, and there’s a massive Adventure Performance compare between BMW, Ducati and Aprilia’s products. On the modified scene we have an immaculately prepared Suzuki RGB500, built by a racer to replicate another racer’s machine. There’s a CBX1000 with lots of modern bits, two stroke Yamaha cafe racers, and a BMW S 1000 RR made to look like a retro endurance racer – very cool. Kar Lee is back with his retake on modern classics, and we look at two young Australian road racers, one preparing for the Isle of Man TT and the other in the World Supersport Championships. There’s also plenty of technical articles, new columnists, products and even a story on why the GP racers like to wave their legs around so much.
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Rapid brings you all the latest sportsbikes, naked bikes and custom bikes - tried and tested by the best riders and journo's in the country. With 500 GP World Champion Wayne Gardner looking after our track testing and along with Andrew Pitt and Editor Jeff Ware we offer the most comprehensive new bike tests for any magazine in the world. Rapid is also the leading modified bike magazine in Australia, with all the best turbo, NOS, big bore and custom bikes built here featured each month - plus loads of tech articles and the most detailed tech features available.

With names like Wayne Gardner, Peter Molloy, Andrew Pitt, Mick Wither's, Tony Wilding and Jamie Bezzina part of the crew it is no wonder Rapid is considered to be the most believable and comprehensive performance bike magazine in Australia.

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