Suzuki's GSX-R1100K was the one litre machine which everyone seemed to love to hate. It was eclipsed – slightly – by the EXUP FZR1000 Yamaha, but it wasn't by any means an evil handling machine, to be avoided at all costs, as some people would have you believe. Jonathan Bentman explains all in our seven-page feature.
Also this month, we've got two very different specials: BMW R80/7 cafer racer (yes, really!) and a Honda CB750K7-based street scrambler. These two machines show the variety of machinery being built by specialists.
For the buzzy two stroke fans we have the RZ250R, NS250R, RD125 twin, T350 and Suzuki's six speed T20.
Plus the usual regular columnists, workshop advice, techy questions and answers and classified ads.
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