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25 Misano Circuit San Marino 2011 MotoGP
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2 Phillip Island Australia 2007 MotoGP
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Church Of MO 2004 Yamaha V Max

Church Of MO 2004 Yamaha V Max

Yamaha's original V-Max was wild, bombastic, and an absolute shock to the senses when it was first introduced to the masses 30 years ago. Nearly 20 years later the V-Max was still in Yamaha's lineup, still delivering mind-numbing straight-line performance. You'd think that two decades would be...

Published on July 27 2015, 18:18
Source: www.motorcycle.com
 

This week's Church feature brings you a review of the 2004 Yamaha RoadStar. More than that, however, this week's Church feature brings you an example of Eric Bass truly soaking up a motorcycle press intro, complete with photos of the hotel room, EB making a duck face for the camera, posing in a... 

Whenever he gets a chance, John Burns likes to ramble on about how much he likes Buell motorcycles. The old ones, the new ones, it doesn't matter. He's a fan of Erik Buell's vision and its execution. Case in point? JB's review below of the 2004 Buell XB12S. A self-proclaimed lover of the XB9S,... 

For this week's Church feature, we're going to party like it's 1999 with the help of the 1999 Yamaha Customs. You might recognize them now as Star Motorcycles, but even today we go back and forth with calling the Tuning Fork cruisers Yamaha or Stars. YamaStars, maybe? Anyway, here we look back... 

In light of the new Yamaha FZ-10 I rode a few days ago, let's travel back 10 years to the intro of the 10's predecessor: the FZ1. It, too, was a more comfortable version of the built-for-the-track R1, but in stark contrast to the new FZ-10 it's styling can only be considered bland by comparison.... 

This week on Church of MO, we turn the clock back to 1998 and the Yamaha TDM 850. Long before Yamaha's FZ-07 had the marketing department abuzz with the words "crossplane concept" in regards to its 270ยบ firing order, the TDM 850 was already doing the same thing. In fact, it was doing it with... 

With the announcement of the new Honda CBR1000RR SP and SP2 at Intermot, as well as the standard CBR1000RR at EICMA 2016, we haven't been this excited about Honda's flagship literbike since, well, 2008, when the now outgoing model was first introduced to the world. So, for this Church of MO... 

"Blah, blah, blah, bore and stroke, Genesis valve system, blah, blah, blah..."No offense to Ed Schielder, but I wanted to tell him to shut up. I could read the tech stuff later and the rain clouds were rolling in fast. The world-famous Carlsbad Raceway is not a place you want to test a new...