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21 Mugello Italy 2012 MotoGP
2 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2012 MotoGP
3 Losail Circuit Qatar 2012 MotoGP
23 Phillip Island Australia 2011 MotoGP
12 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2010 MotoGP
9 Catalunya 2010 MotoGP
15 Mugello Italy 2010 MotoGP
32 Jerez Spain 2010 MotoGP
3 Le Mans France 2009 MotoGP
25 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2008 MotoGP
20 Misano Circuit San Marino 2007 MotoGP
16 Brno Czech Republic 2007 MotoGP
34 Jerez Spain 2007 MotoGP
19 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2006 MotoGP
19 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2006 MotoGP
13 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2006 MotoGP
26 Laguna Seca United States 2006 MotoGP
38 Donington Park Great Britain 2006 MotoGP
19 Donington Park Great Britain 2006 MotoGP
7 Valencia 2005 MotoGP
6 Phillip Island Australia 2005 MotoGP
8 Losail Circuit Qatar 2005 MotoGP
18 Motegi Japan 2004 MotoGP
32 Donington Park Great Britain 2004 MotoGP
 

Triumph Bonneville – Best Used Bikes A faithful replication of the beloved Bonnies of the 1970s.

Triumph Bonneville – Best Used Bikes A faithful replication of the beloved Bonnies of the 1970s.

Years sold: 2001-present MSRP new: $6999 (2001) to $10,499 (2012) Blue Book retail value: $3795 (2002) to $9390 (2012) Basic specs: A retro-styled, dohc parallel-Twin displacing either 790 or 865cc, depending upon year and model. The Bonneville was introduced in 2001 as a lone 790cc model, had...

Published on January 18 2013, 08:43
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

YEARS SOLD: 2006–2010 BASE MSRP NEW: $9995 ('06) to $11,495 ('10) BLUE BOOK RETAIL VALUE: $9550 ('06) to $12,280 ('10) BASIC SPECS: This Ducati is powered by one of the great engines of its generation, a 992cc, sohc, two-valve-per-cylinder, 90-degree V-twin that's rich in character and packed... 

YEARS SOLD: 1986–2003 MSRP NEW: $3995 ('86 XLH) to $9595 ('03 1200C) BLUE BOOK RETAIL VALUE: $2975 ('86) to $3940 ('03) BASIC SPECS: Begin with the best of both worlds. The ridged-mount Evo Sportster was lighter, faster, and more reliable than the very first XLs, the iron-top version. On the... 

From the January 2008 issue of Cycle World They may not look like it, but these are three very special motorcycles. What makes them special isn't mind-fogging performance, space-age technology or avant-garde styling; these bikes are extraordinary by virtue of their heritage. They are direct... 

From the February 2001 issue of Cycle World. It was winter, which was my discontent. The kind of weather that could make motorcycle riding a mild form of hardship, something you felt like you were to endure, not enjoy. But life is usually a question of attitude. And riding the 2001 Triumph... 

Looking back over the past decade of publishing this website I can't think of a year that offered more exciting new motorcycles than 2016. It's clear that manufacturers have bought into the "new wave" of motorcycle customisation, recognising the attraction of classically styled motorcycles to... 

"I swear I've never tried hard to make it look like art," claims custom bike builder Shinya Kimura. Yet, that's exactly what he ends up producing. I would make the case that his bikes are metaphysical statements about the relationship of man, nature, work, materials, and speed. I recently asked... 

Anything retro seems to be all the rage lately, and I'm okay with that because in a way, it pulls on our heartstrings. Technology is improving so quickly that it's hard to keep up with all the latest and greatest. As soon as you think you have the best, something better comes along. But one...