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When Mick Jagger sang “You can’t always get what you want” I wonder if he knew of the American motorcyclist’s pain. And while it’s true that US customers had in the past been habitually denied some of biking’s most exciting efforts, the issue simply isn’t what it used to be..(continued)

Bike of the Month

1965 T120 Bonneville Thruxton

The question regarding the first superbike has been tossed about for years, with many owners and fans basing the pick more on opinion than fact. Technically, the term was first applied in print regarding the Honda Four, but it wasn’t until the Kawasaki Z-1 made its debut in 1972 that the ‘superbike’ craze -and the use of that now important title- began to spread. Those arguing in favor of select older designs make a strong argument however, especially when evaluating the factory-built production racer...( read more)


April Poll

Which is the best production racer?