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14 Mugello Italy 2010 MotoGP
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25 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2008 MotoGP
45 Phillip Island Australia 2007 MotoGP
2 Phillip Island Australia 2007 MotoGP
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26 Donington Park Great Britain 2007 MotoGP
57 Jerez Spain 2007 MotoGP
25 Jerez Spain 2007 MotoGP
15 Valencia 2006 MotoGP
3 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2006 MotoGP
19 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2006 MotoGP
13 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2006 MotoGP
4 Brno Czech Republic 2006 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
 

MO staffer and current MO contributor, Gabe Ets-Hokin called the Bavarian muscle bike a "Gorilla In A Tuxedo." It's an appropriate term, as the 1157cc inline-Four packs an approximately 140 hp and 80 lb-ft punch. Essentially a naked version of the K1200S, the lack of any substantial bodywork... 

While Ducati might get much of the glory for being the Italian brand with a mega naked-bike presence, one must not forget Cagiva. It's easy to do, Cagiva being an obscure brand and all, but what it showed in the Raptor was a bike that was so close to hitting the mark. It was a looker, had the... 

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,... 

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... 

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... 

Idle hands are the devil's workshop; idle lips are his mouthpiece. In those ancient days of MO, before the turn of the century, we were too damn busy to chisel down more than a few notes on our stone tablets at the launch of Ducati's first modern sport-touring motorcycle. That, or hackers, who... 

Like their sportbike cousins, middleweight cruisers provide nearly as much pleasure as their big-displacement counterparts, but have the benefit of lighter weight and better maneuverability. Two middleweight cruisers that are reliable as a rock, though perhaps a little bland, the Honda Shadow...