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2016 Yamaha R1 Review
To say I was both excited and scared when I found out I was going to test ride the new 2016 Yamaha R1 sports bike would be an understatement of the highest magnitude. One has to remember that I only passed my test last year and do not yet have the skill, or indeed the confidence, to ride a beast of a machine like this on a public road. The thing that struck me on first sight was that the new R1 seemed so small. I mean tiny! In isolation it looks no bigger than an R6 or even an R3 and perhaps the R125. It is only when  you see the bike  next to these bikes, as I was lucky enough to view a fwe months later, do you spot the obvious differences which is mainly the size of the tank and the back wheels. Of course, the details give...
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I popped along to the local T-Fest day at Jack Lilley in Surrey to have  a ride on the new Triumph Speed Triple R and Thruxton R but whilst I was there, and with time on my hands, I took the opportunity to take this rather splendid 2016 Triumph Bonneville T120 out for a ride. I have always respected this classic sort of motorcycle shape and, of course, the Bonneville name is somewhat legendary but it has never really been 'my thing'. I therefore took the keys for the bike with absolutely no expectations whatsoever. First of all, I had a good look around it and started to see the attraction as the Triumph T120 clearly had raw motorcycling appeal despite being rather contemporary with an abundance of modern motorbiking technology adorning it. What stood out for me was the pure simplicity of it. I also admired its clarity of...
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Whether you are into modern super naked motorcycles, agressive super sports motorbikes, cruisers, scramblers or even super motos you will always admire the look of the new Thruxton R from Triumph. It seems to elevate itself above simply being about looks and provides a heavy dose of style and the elusive feel good factor. It makes you smile, it makes your son smile, it makes your father smile and it makes your grandpa smile. It is retro, yet modern, traditional yet contemporary, loud but safe. The fulll name is actually a Triumph Bonneville Thruxton 1200 R priced at £11700. There is also a non-R version priced at £10,400 which has less detailing and lower quality suspension/brakes.   Ade's Review When I first saw this bike in large print form in a Triumph dealership I was immediately struck by just  how 'honest' the bike looked. After all, this bike is a fake!...
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2016 MV Agusta Brutale 800 in Dark Grey
i was fortunate enough to get out on the new 2016 MV Agusta Brutale 800, a bike that grabbed me the moment i looked at it on the screen. As you may know from my other blogs and vlogs I am an MV fan though I have never owned one. This love affair goes back to my youth and my early recollection of an MV from a Top Trump pack that I had. The brand stuck in my mind ever since. In the flesh, this new 800cc Brutale bike does not disappoint. It has amazing curves, angles and details with quite the most amazing seat area that I have EVER seen on a motorcycle. We will surely see some copycats, though the overall look of seat lightness might contribute to it's firmness and uncomfortableness on long journeys. First impressions were that is was a little bike, almost toy like, and height...
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Yamaha XJ6 Motorcycle
So, why did I choose the Honda CBR600F for my first 'real' If you have been following my blog and video submissions for WhichBike.com on YouTube then you will know that I started off with a new 2014 Honda PCK which I rapidly grew out of, from a performance perspective.. As I was a frequent visitor at Honda in Fanrham I guess I was more seduced by that marque than any other really. Still, I could have got any other bike I wanted. As it happens, my first thoughts were actually on getting a Yamaha R3. Alas, this is not out until April 2015 and there was no way ui was going to wait 5 months or so. The R3 looks amazing but knowing what I know now, that the bike would never have had enough power to satiate me, I am glad I dod not wait. I had obviously gained...
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