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Cycle World 19 24.36%
Motorcyclist 14 17.95%
Sport Rider 31 39.74%
Super Street Bike 13 16.67%
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Old 02-21-2012, 01:33 AM   #21
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Superbike magazine. It's expensive but is more entertaining than the American magazines. I've been reading it since the '90s. If something is , they call it without any sugarcoating it. Fast Bikes is pretty good as well but I haven't seen it in some time. You can even get them on DVD. , Shayne "Shakey" Byrnes, who raced in WSB for Ducati was a writer for Fast Bikes magazine.

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Old 02-23-2012, 02:25 PM   #28
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bike magazine from GB. the writers are great and hilarious and they're all nuts about bike, all kinds, but seem to have a preference for sportbikes. put the joy of riding in words and have a good time doing it. its more expensive but worth it. anyone wants mine when im done let me know. great mag by a mile.
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