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CW 25 Years Ago: June, 1990

CW 25 Years Ago: June, 1990

This issue was packed with great stories, highlighted by our test of the new ST1100 V-4, which appeared on our cover long before any police agencies got their hands on this Honda. Even though the ST had what we called "comparatively lazy frame geometry," we quickly fell in love with the pricey...

Published on July 1 2015, 21:07
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A hot issue! Hot pink, that is. But the bikes were also hot: "Built for Speed II" lined up five hopped-up musclebikes in a big performance shootout. Jay Gleason, all 135 pounds of him, ripped the bikes through the quarter mile, while legend Don Vesco ran them for ultimate top speed. The Vance &... 

The coverline "Giant Killers" couldn't have been more appropriate reflecting back to when I read this article for the first time all those years ago. The Japanese-market Honda CBR400RR and Yamaha FZR400RR SP sportbikes that were featured might as well have been Ferraris; even if I could have... 

Dominating the cover of this issue was the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy, a newsworthy bike at the time to be sure, but the little inset of the 1990 Suzuki GSXR750 is what caught my attention. I used to have the Suzuki ad for this very model pinned to my bulletin board, and it gave me motivation to... 

Watch Out, World! That warning adorned an unusual cover featuring Team Roberts and its all-star lineup: manager Kenny Roberts and 500cc riders Wayne Rainey, Eddie Lawson, and 250cc rider John Kocinski. For the 1990 season, Roberts built a super team. In addition to bringing then-current 500 GP... 

Forgive us, please, for the trendy Day-Glo colors that dotted our October 1990 issue—on the cover and in several layouts. Far more important, however, are the rare bikes that appeared on this cover: a Wankel-powered Norton F1 ("Norton's Back!" Really?) and the 1991 Harley-Davidson Sturgis. For... 

These were the days for 600cc supersports: "Hot Damn!" the cover declared on the arrival of Kawasaki's all-new ZX-6. The little Ninja used its 36mm Keihin carbs to make 100 horses, spin to a then-astronomical 14,000-rpm redline, and run a super-solid 11.36-second quarter-mile, all while being a... 

While flipping through the crusty pages of this quarter-century-old issue, I was delighted to come across a studio photo of my nitrous-oxide-equipped Suzuki GSX-R1100 I had built and raced in the Formula USA national series. Race Watch offered a look into the WERA-sanctioned "anything goes"...