Whats caught your eye for 2018?

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Re: Whats caught your eye for 2018?

Post by Goody » 07 Jan 2018, 16:05

called in j&s had a look at the z900, very nice indeed

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Re: Whats caught your eye for 2018?

Post by rumpoldstilskin » 07 Jan 2018, 18:57

Clarkey wrote:
rumpoldstilskin wrote:
Clarkey wrote:It's the Vyrus 986... It's at least 7 years old that beauty, I remember lusting after it back then and it still looks as good today

Was Vyrus's attempt to enter Moto 2 I think - not sure it ever made it though

http://www.motorcyclenews.com/news/firs ... -of-moto2/

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Well thats me told hahahah, only just seen it and its gorgeous
Hmm, was trying to be helpful more than 'get you told', my apologies!

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Don’t read into it, meant i’m well behind.

Sat on the new Z900 before, the misses had to drag me away from a finance deal 🤣 who needs a honey moon anyway?? What a looker that bike is

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Re: Whats caught your eye for 2018?

Post by J..R » 08 Jan 2018, 11:58

The Honda CMX500 Rebel definitely caught my eye.

This year though aiming for the full bike test, few rideouts on the 125 & plenty of photographs of travels.

But definitely not taking this out on any track!

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Re: Whats caught your eye for 2018?

Post by pch1 » 11 Jan 2018, 14:25

J..R wrote:The Honda CMX500 Rebel definitely caught my eye.

This year though aiming for the full bike test, few rideouts on the 125 & plenty of photographs of travels.

But definitely not taking this out on any track!

That CMX500 definitely was unusual.
Not sure if it was a concept or not, but Honda had a naked CB1000R type looking bike at the Milan bike show - it was an eye catcher.

Oh yes, and the GSX-R 1000 was looking as lustful as ever, and I'm glad they've changed the awkward switchgear on the left bar!

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