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Current Issue: Oct 2014 - Issue 324

• Kawasaki KZ750
Kwak’s big twin ridden and remembered
• BMW R60
A terrific Teutonic Boxer twin
• 1974 Suzuki RV125 Vanman
One man and his balloon-tyred bike
• Aprilia RS125/KTM Hybrid
A gorgeous stroker, rebuilt as a thumper
• Suzuki GSX-R1100K/L/M
MIRA files marvels at the mammoth GSX-R1100 family
• Honda CBX1000 cafe racer
Our own take on the cafe racer craze with a CBX

Oct 2014 - Issue 324

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