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Rapid Magazine Issue#86 2013 Back Issue

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Grab yourself a copy of Rapid Bikes issue #86 with our 2013 Middleweight Naked Shootout! We put Triumph’s Street Triple R, KTM’s 690 Duke R, Suzuki’s GSR750 and Ducati’s Streetfighter 848 to the test at the finest testing facility to find the funnest middleweight nakedbike.
Features include an amazing nine second Ninja 636 owned by Jamie Prothero, a stunning turbocharged sleeper YZF-R6 as well as a turbo’d Harley-Davidson Sportster.
Matthew Shields headed over to the KTM 1290 Super Duke R launch to test out ‘The Beast’ and Jeff rode Yamaha’s MT-09 – an amazing new triple offering for the nakedbike fans, as well as the latest LAMS test on Kawasaki’s Ninja 650L.
In Tech Tips we continue our NOS theme and show you how to tune your newly fitted system, while Workshop covers the basics of supercharging. And of course all the regulars such as Flipped with Matt Mingay and ET for your drag racing fix, plus all the regular columns.
In the Knee Down track section you will find columns by Steve Brouggy, Remy Gardner, Andrew Pitt, Bryan Staring and a new column by exercise physiologist Emma Bailey of EJB Exercise Physiology, as well as a track guide for Lakeside Raceway, our tyre warmer track tips and a look into doing your first track day, with Track Day Virgin. Andrew Pitt also chats with Kenan Sofuoglu in our Legends feature, while we get an inside look at Guy Martin’s life behind the racing and where he’s going next.
Available for $9.95 in all good newsagents or visit  HYPERLINK "http://www.rapidbikes.com.au/%7E/page/rapidbikes.com.au" rapidbikes.com.au HYPERLINK "http://www.rapidbikes.com.au/%7E/page/rapidbikes.com.au"  and click on the Online Shop tab. Also available digitally as an App via Zinio or iTunes
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Issue#86 2013 Grab yourself a copy of Rapid Bikes issue #86 with our 2013 Middleweight Naked Shootout! We put Triumph’s Street Triple R, KTM’s 690 Duke R, Suzuki’s GSR750 and Ducati’s Streetfighter 848 to the test at the finest testing facility to find the funnest middleweight nakedbike. Features include an amazing nine second Ninja 636 owned by Jamie Prothero, a stunning turbocharged sleeper YZF-R6 as well as a turbo’d Harley-Davidson Sportster. Matthew Shields headed over to the KTM 1290 Super Duke R launch to test out ‘The Beast’ and Jeff rode Yamaha’s MT-09 – an amazing new triple offering for the nakedbike fans, as well as the latest LAMS test on Kawasaki’s Ninja 650L. In Tech Tips we continue our NOS theme and show you how to tune your newly fitted system, while Workshop covers the basics of supercharging. And of course all the regulars such as Flipped with Matt Mingay and ET for your drag racing fix, plus all the regular columns. In the Knee Down track section you will find columns by Steve Brouggy, Remy Gardner, Andrew Pitt, Bryan Staring and a new column by exercise physiologist Emma Bailey of EJB Exercise Physiology, as well as a track guide for Lakeside Raceway, our tyre warmer track tips and a look into doing your first track day, with Track Day Virgin. Andrew Pitt also chats with Kenan Sofuoglu in our Legends feature, while we get an inside look at Guy Martin’s life behind the racing and where he’s going next. Available for $9.95 in all good newsagents or visit  HYPERLINK "http://www.rapidbikes.com.au/%7E/page/rapidbikes.com.au" rapidbikes.com.au HYPERLINK "http://www.rapidbikes.com.au/%7E/page/rapidbikes.com.au"  and click on the Online Shop tab. Also available digitally as an App via Zinio or iTunes


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Grab yourself a copy of Rapid Bikes issue #86 with our 2013 Middleweight Naked Shootout! We put Triumph’s Street Triple R, KTM’s 690 Duke R, Suzuki’s GSR750 and Ducati’s Streetfighter 848 to the test at the finest testing facility to find the funnest middleweight nakedbike.
Features include an amazing nine second Ninja 636 owned by Jamie Prothero, a stunning turbocharged sleeper YZF-R6 as well as a turbo’d Harley-Davidson Sportster.
Matthew Shields headed over to the KTM 1290 Super Duke R launch to test out ‘The Beast’ and Jeff rode Yamaha’s MT-09 – an amazing new triple offering for the nakedbike fans, as well as the latest LAMS test on Kawasaki’s Ninja 650L.
In Tech Tips we continue our NOS theme and show you how to tune your newly fitted system, while Workshop covers the basics of supercharging. And of course all the regulars such as Flipped with Matt Mingay and ET for your drag racing fix, plus all the regular columns.
In the Knee Down track section you will find columns by Steve Brouggy, Remy Gardner, Andrew Pitt, Bryan Staring and a new column by exercise physiologist Emma Bailey of EJB Exercise Physiology, as well as a track guide for Lakeside Raceway, our tyre warmer track tips and a look into doing your first track day, with Track Day Virgin. Andrew Pitt also chats with Kenan Sofuoglu in our Legends feature, while we get an inside look at Guy Martin’s life behind the racing and where he’s going next.
Available for $9.95 in all good newsagents or visit  HYPERLINK "http://www.rapidbikes.com.au/%7E/page/rapidbikes.com.au" rapidbikes.com.au HYPERLINK "http://www.rapidbikes.com.au/%7E/page/rapidbikes.com.au"  and click on the Online Shop tab. Also available digitally as an App via Zinio or iTunes
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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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