1973 Harley-Davidson Z-90 – Standard with Sunroof

1973 Harley-Davidson Z-90 – Standard with Sunroof. The Harley-Davidson Z90. Cycling’s one-upmanship over convertibles. Nothing to fence you in or hold you back. And obviously Harley-Davidson. Two-stroke design mastery. Responsive 90cc power. Metered oil injection to end fuel mixing. Four speed transmission…

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1997 August Cycle World – Blast Off! 1998 BMW K1200RS

Cover Story: Blast Off! 1998 BMW K1200RS; Features: Four-Runners – four cylinder forebears; Unlikely Champion – Harley-Davidson KR750; The Economics of Restoration – where does the money go?; Long-Term wrapup- BMW R850R; Special Section: Ten Best Bikes of 1997; Ultimate MX Comparison: Yamaha YZ125 vs. Honda CR250 vs. Kawasaki KX500 vs. Husaberg FC501; Rising Star – Ricky Carmichael; more

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1973 Yamaha GT1 Enduro & Motocross bikes – all mountains reduced by 25%

Starting now, all mountains are reduced by 25%. Trying to take most small motorcycles uphill was enough to get anybody down. Not anymore. Because Yamaha has introduced the GT1 Enduro and GT1 Motocross bikes, with engines that are 25% larger for 1973…if you want a powerful machine that’ll take you beyond where the others are going, you want a new Yamaha GT1 or GT-MX. They’ll make molehills out of mountains.

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1973 Honda 350′s – best choice on the road

Shown: Super Sport CB-350 K4. The King; CB-350 G. That’s for “Gee what a beautiful new twin; Scrambler CL-350 K4. The twin that leads two lives; The CB-350 Four. The four with more.

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1973 Triumph Motorcycles – Only 1 out of 25 bikes sold in America is a Triumph

Simply because there are far more enthusiasts than experts.

In motorcycling, as in everything else, the expert is a very rare breed. So when he chooses his machine, his approach is quite different from that of the average enthusiast. He’s more than a good rider, he’s an accomplished rider. He understands motorcycles completely. He respects attention to engineering, and isn’t impressed by just gadgets and gizmos. Sure, he wants a good liiking bike. But to him, the truly beautiful motorcycle is the classic. A machine that has evolved through years of development and refinement. One that ultimately combines form and function into the perfect design. And because of his vaster riding experience, the expert can feel even subtle differences in handling that might completely escape the enthusiast. And he knows precisely why those differences exist. There are a lot of good motorcycles around for the enthusiasts who represent the great majority. But we make the Triumph for a special kind of person. We always have. We always will.

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1973 CZ-250 Motocross Road Test

The CZ is a genuine, combat-hardened motocross racer. It has absolutely no frills whatever, only the essentials necessary to do battle.

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1996 December Cycle World Magazine Back-Issue – Special New Bikes ’97 issue

Special New Bikes ’97 issue; Features: Superbike vs. Supercar – Yamaha YZF1000R meets Dodge Viper; Making the Switch – 5 racers who went from bikes to cars; Honda VTR1000; Suzuki TL1000S; 1997 Honda CR250R; Speed Triple – Triumph builds a streetfighter; King of Speed – The Blackbird flies in Europe; more

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1973 Yamaha TZ-350 – the water-cooled, roadracing version of the RD-350

To the TR3 roadracer, add radiator, plumbing and coolant. Change the expansion chambers. Result? The new TZ350.

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1973 Yamaha DT3-250

This is the two best motorcycles you can own. This is the Yamaha DT3250…

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1973 Kawasaki Z-1 Valve Adjustment

Your heart seizes. “Who me, adjust that? It’s a double overhead camshaft engine – too complex!” Stop worrying. With the right tools, it’s a snap. 6-Page print article.

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1973 Danny Johnson’s Roaring Double – a Mind Shredder

A Mind Shredder, two Harley-Davidson engines, each stretched out to 107 cubic inches, power this 460 pound Goliath. The thing has already devoured a quarter mile in 8.51 and its teeth haven’t been honed. Does the monster have a seven second future?

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1997 January Cycle World Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue – 1998 Excelsior Super X

Cover Story: Excelsior-Henderson cuts through the hype and hoopla to deliver a new American cruiser – Super X; Tests: Honda CBR1100-XX Super Blackbird; Honda CR250-R; Features: Super X; The X-Factor; Rollin’ & Tumblin’; Super Twin Tech – what makes Suzuki’s TL1000 tick?; View from Bologna – the Italians answer back; Double Life – Artist in banker’s clothes; more

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1997 February Cycle World Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue – Ultimate 600 Challenge

Cover Story: Ultimate 600 Challenge – Honda CBR600F3 vs. Kawasaki ZX6R vs. Suzuki GSXR600 vs. Yamaha YZF600-R; Tests: 1997 Suzuki Marauder 800; Long-term update – BMW R850R, Honda XR400R, Suzuki GSXR750; Features: Supersport Evolution; Schwantz Song; Once Warriors – when racers retire; The Final Triumph – Britain goes down swinging; more

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1997 April Cycle World Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue – The great 916 Challenge

Cover Story: The Great 916 Challenge – Honda, Suzuki & Triumph take their best shot at Ducati’s super 916!!! Ducati 916 vs. Honda VTR1000F vs. Super Hawk vs. Suzuki TL1000S vs. Triumph Daytona T595; Features: EFI at last! – fuel injection for the masses; Guilt by Association – is Ducati’s 748 too damn good?; American Racers – of Squirrel, Van Looney, Brat Mackrel and a man named Mann; Baja Cannonball – Mexico via dual-purpose bike; more

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1996 July Cycle World Back-Issue Motorcycle Magazine – Honda’s 100-hp Cruise Missile!

Cover: 1997 Honda Valkyrie 1500

Tests: 1997 Honda Valkyrie; Buell S1 Lightning; Features: Built for Comfort, Built for Speed – BMW R1100RT vs. Honda ST1100 vs. Triumph Trophy 1200; The Ultimate Stone Axe – how the BMW R90S got super; ATK 605 – thumber frame job; more

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1996 September Cycle World Magazine Back-Issue – Yamaha YZF600R

Cover: Yamaha’s new YZF600 will be streaking into showrooms soon.

Tests: Yamaha YZF600R; Long-tern wrap-up – Triumph Sprint 900; Features: YZF World View – what the Euros are saying; Super Duke – Motard to the maximum; 1996 KTM Duke; Of Man and Machine – entering the Neutral Zone; Ode to Mr. Max – riding the 1997 V-Max; Mod Max; Thundercross! – a tale of factory Thumpers; Matchless MXer; more

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1979 Harley-Davidson Low Rider – built by Milwaukee, but…

1979 Harley-Davidson Low Rider – built by Milwaukee, but born in the biker havens of America. Harley-Davidson has never forgotten the basic relationship between man and motorcycle. Witness the Low Rider. Willie G. Davidson’s response to years of speaking with the proud owners of customized Super Glides. After countless nights spent talking bikes in places like Daytona’s Boot Hill Saloon, Willie went home and built one his way…

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Long Beach ’79 – R.G. Canning opens the show season with something for everyone

Photos: Yvonne Walker’s 98″ street Shovel was a real crowd stopper; There is little debate that Charlie Brown has one of the finest show machines in the natiion. Big Inch Honda boasts unique turbo-weber set up along with hand made body, 12 spoke mags and super elaborate art work; Larry Goldsmith’s 68 Shovel makes for quality show’n'go material; “Polaris” is one of the southland’s latest entries into the national show circuit, owner Jim Welch had Jim Chen of Independent Honda handle the engine work while intricate paint scheme was applied by Jim Reagan.

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1979 Street Chopper – “Easy Livin’” – one week bolt together on a limited budget

What you see here is a simple straight forward bolt together Honda as offered by Chopper Specialties. Nothing radical but instead a bike that combines both looks and function…

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1996 October Cycle World Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue – One for go, one for show

Cover: One for go, one for show: Honda’s new-new Super Blackbird and Harley’s old-new Springer Heritage Softail

Features: Super Blackbird – Honda CBR1100-XX; Trademark Troubles – Harley strikes back, round two; 1914 Thor Twin; The First Production Motorcycle – Hildebrand & Wolfmuller in 1894; Special Section: Ten Best Bikes of 1996; Ten Best Bikes Worldwide; Tests: Harley-Davidson Springer Heritage Softail; Long-Term Update: BMW R850-R, Honda XR400-R and Suzuki GSXR750; Project: Killer KX – works replica roost machine; more

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