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2 Misano Circuit San Marino 2012 MotoGP
9 Brno Czech Republic 2012 MotoGP
5 Indianapolis 2012 MotoGP
12 Laguna Seca United States 2012 MotoGP
21 Mugello Italy 2012 MotoGP
18 Mugello Italy 2012 MotoGP
25 Catalunya 2012 MotoGP
4 Aragon 2011 MotoGP
14 Misano Circuit San Marino 2011 MotoGP
25 Indianapolis 2011 MotoGP
25 Brno Czech Republic 2011 MotoGP
26 Laguna Seca United States 2011 MotoGP
42 Laguna Seca United States 2011 MotoGP
7 Assen Netherlands 2011 MotoGP
6 Phillip Island Australia 2010 MotoGP
6 Catalunya 2010 MotoGP
11 Assen Netherlands 2010 MotoGP
11 Jerez Spain 2010 MotoGP
22 Jerez Spain 2010 MotoGP
32 Jerez Spain 2010 MotoGP
24 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2009 MotoGP
22 Brno Czech Republic 2009 MotoGP
4 Donington Park Great Britain 2009 MotoGP
21 Jerez Spain 2009 MotoGP
 

ASK KEVIN: What's the Advantage of Radial-Mount Calipers?

ASK KEVIN: What's the Advantage of Radial-Mount Calipers?

QUESTION: Would you please explain why it's better to mount disc brake calipers radially instead of the traditional bolting them to the side of the fork slider? Scott Kulicke Kirkwood, PA ANSWER: When Yamaha's TZ750s showed up at Daytona in 1974, their twin 4.5-lb. cast-iron calipers were...

Published on August 21 2015, 14:36
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

It's been two years since we summoned together the superpowers of the sportbike world. In that time the , ,, and have either been heavily revised or completely overhauled. These changes beg a reinspection into the pecking order of world's premier street-legal superbikes. Can Japan wrest away the... 

Last week's Church of MO feature brought you the Suzuki GSR 600, a naked middleweight, the likes of which are re-gaining popularity within the past few years. As we saw last week, and will see again this week with our look back at the 2002 Kawasaki ZR-7s, the naked middleweight class is a very... 

Just as there are a million ways to skin a cat, there are a million ways to go sport-touring, too. Some folks prefer the full-on Gold Wing style of touring, while others sway the other direction, slapping on a backpack filled only with the bare essentials as they dart off aboard their sportbike.... 

Kids. For every hard-working junior scholar in the world, there's probably four or five little hooligans who prefer to walk on the wild side. You know, the kids who race their Big Wheels down steep hills, poke bee hives, throw rocks at dogs or joy-ride their mom's car at 15.The OEMs are grateful... 

That sums up the first impression the Suzuki B-King made on me, too. It looks like something out of a comic book. Frankly, I expected it to ride that way, too. Big, heavy; all form, no function. Still, it was a bike, and it's not as though I really get to pick which ones I test, so after the... 

Say what you will about Chinese motorcycles; in most cases the MO team would probably agree with you. When your core market is the Asian continent simply looking for cheap transportation, as a manufacturer you stamp out cheap motorcycles by the truckful to meet the demand. Transport nearly any... 

For this holiday edition of our weekly Church feature, we turn to 2006, and a motorcycle many surely wanted Santa to bring them: the Ducati Monster S4Rs. By this point, Ducati had figured out that plucking the engine from their full-fledged superbikes and stuffing them into the Monster chassis...