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Old 09-07-2010, 03:34 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Kenneth_Moore View Post
1600 is the new 1300.
1300 replaced the 1200, which replaced 1100, which replaced 1000, which replaced 750......

A "big" bike now would have been bloody ridiculous 40 years-ago.
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Old 09-08-2010, 05:10 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by pplassm View Post
I am not a big fan of TtT. I find it pretty boring, and ignores most of the things I love about motorcycling. Racing, dirt bikes, and people.
Everybody has one. The show covers manufacturing of bikes and related industries. They certainly cover racing and personalities as it fits into the context of the core subject. The Yamaha and Honda shows come to mind as excellent examples of how racing influenced the design and production of bikes. I've learned quite a bit about the people who drove the industry from the shows as well.

The fact that they have a focus and stick to it, instead of trying to cover every possible aspect of motorcycling, is one of the things that makes the show good.
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