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Superbike Magazine March 2012 Back Issue

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7 Reviews   •  English   •   Aviation & Transport (Motorcycles)
Main Test: 2011 Yamaha V Max vs 2011 Ducati Diavel. Two monster cruisers hit the streets of London for a winter showdown. We pulled skids and muscles, and went quicker than you’d think.

We ride a British Superbike. Road tester Chris Northover braved the cold to ride John Hopkin’s BSB-title runner-up Samsung Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000. Then we took it to pieces and got excited about all the techy bits. Mmm carbon fibre.

Launch KTM 690 Duke Chris Northover nabs some winter sun while he rides one of the founding fathers of the Supermoto scene. The 2012 KTM 690 Duke has big power (for a single cylinder), a low seat height and service intervals measured in miles rather than minutes. Who’d have thought it? Well, KTM, actually.

Feature: all you need to know: Triumph Daytona 675 The sharpest, sweetest-handling and best-looking bike from modern Triumph family. If you need to know everything about them, you need to read this.

Long Term Test BIkes: 2011 Yamaha YZF-R1, 2011 Kawasaki ZX-10R, 2011 BMW S1000RR Chris, John and Kenny swap bikes and pick holes in each others steeds, while Chris and John remain secretly jealous about Kenny’s BMW.
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March 2012 Main Test: 2011 Yamaha V Max vs 2011 Ducati Diavel. Two monster cruisers hit the streets of London for a winter showdown. We pulled skids and muscles, and went quicker than you’d think. We ride a British Superbike. Road tester Chris Northover braved the cold to ride John Hopkin’s BSB-title runner-up Samsung Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000. Then we took it to pieces and got excited about all the techy bits. Mmm carbon fibre. Launch KTM 690 Duke Chris Northover nabs some winter sun while he rides one of the founding fathers of the Supermoto scene. The 2012 KTM 690 Duke has big power (for a single cylinder), a low seat height and service intervals measured in miles rather than minutes. Who’d have thought it? Well, KTM, actually. Feature: all you need to know: Triumph Daytona 675 The sharpest, sweetest-handling and best-looking bike from modern Triumph family. If you need to know everything about them, you need to read this. Long Term Test BIkes: 2011 Yamaha YZF-R1, 2011 Kawasaki ZX-10R, 2011 BMW S1000RR Chris, John and Kenny swap bikes and pick holes in each others steeds, while Chris and John remain secretly jealous about Kenny’s BMW.


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Main Test: 2011 Yamaha V Max vs 2011 Ducati Diavel. Two monster cruisers hit the streets of London for a winter showdown. We pulled skids and muscles, and went quicker than you’d think.

We ride a British Superbike. Road tester Chris Northover braved the cold to ride John Hopkin’s BSB-title runner-up Samsung Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000. Then we took it to pieces and got excited about all the techy bits. Mmm carbon fibre.

Launch KTM 690 Duke Chris Northover nabs some winter sun while he rides one of the founding fathers of the Supermoto scene. The 2012 KTM 690 Duke has big power (for a single cylinder), a low seat height and service intervals measured in miles rather than minutes. Who’d have thought it? Well, KTM, actually.

Feature: all you need to know: Triumph Daytona 675 The sharpest, sweetest-handling and best-looking bike from modern Triumph family. If you need to know everything about them, you need to read this.

Long Term Test BIkes: 2011 Yamaha YZF-R1, 2011 Kawasaki ZX-10R, 2011 BMW S1000RR Chris, John and Kenny swap bikes and pick holes in each others steeds, while Chris and John remain secretly jealous about Kenny’s BMW.
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