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Superbike Magazine  |  October 2011  


Main Test: 2011 Triumph Speed Triple vs 2011 Aprilia Tuono V4 APRC. Naked bike showdown between the established bruiser from Triumph and the new, V4 powered Aprilia bristling with electronics. Yes, we did some wheelies.

First UK Ride: Kawasaki Z1000SX. Is the Z1000SX a Z1000 with deeper pockets and comfier shoes or much more? We took Kawasaki’s 1000cc sporty tourer to the Isle of Man to see if it could be as impressive on bumpy British roads as it was on the sunny launch.

Feature: BMW Off Road Skills We took to the dirt in Wales with Dakar racer Simon Pavey to see whether BMW’s off road-styled machines had the dirt capability to match their looks. Naturally we sneaked a go on Husqvarna’s enduro bikes while we were there and promptly crashed our brains out.

Feature: The Southern 100 There’s more to road racing on the Isle of Man than the TT and the Manx. John Hogan caught up with the people who race the Southern 100 course that certain TT legends think is too dangerous. And then we made him ride round it, just to be sure.

Long Term Test BIkes: 2011 Yamaha YZF-R1, 1998 Honda CBR900RR (Stuntpig), Kawasaki ZX10R our long term test bikes abused and rated. The Honda Fireblade stunt bike coughs into life, straight into a burnout, the ZX-10R gets a shiny Akrapovic exhaust system and the R1 gets a quickshifter, a tracker and a flat battery.
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. 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.
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Superbike Magazine   |   October 2011   


Main Test: 2011 Triumph Speed Triple vs 2011 Aprilia Tuono V4 APRC. Naked bike showdown between the established bruiser from Triumph and the new, V4 powered Aprilia bristling with electronics. Yes, we did some wheelies.

First UK Ride: Kawasaki Z1000SX. Is the Z1000SX a Z1000 with deeper pockets and comfier shoes or much more? We took Kawasaki’s 1000cc sporty tourer to the Isle of Man to see if it could be as impressive on bumpy British roads as it was on the sunny launch.

Feature: BMW Off Road Skills We took to the dirt in Wales with Dakar racer Simon Pavey to see whether BMW’s off road-styled machines had the dirt capability to match their looks. Naturally we sneaked a go on Husqvarna’s enduro bikes while we were there and promptly crashed our brains out.

Feature: The Southern 100 There’s more to road racing on the Isle of Man than the TT and the Manx. John Hogan caught up with the people who race the Southern 100 course that certain TT legends think is too dangerous. And then we made him ride round it, just to be sure.

Long Term Test BIkes: 2011 Yamaha YZF-R1, 1998 Honda CBR900RR (Stuntpig), Kawasaki ZX10R our long term test bikes abused and rated. The Honda Fireblade stunt bike coughs into life, straight into a burnout, the ZX-10R gets a shiny Akrapovic exhaust system and the R1 gets a quickshifter, a tracker and a flat battery.
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