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July 2013
July 2013: Open-Class Shootout; AMA Pro Team Guide, Part Two, AMA Go Pro Daytona SportBike Championship; Monza 1973: The Crash That Changes Everything; Kawasaki ZX-10R Project Bike Part Six; MotoGP at Jerez and Le Mans; World Superbike at Monza and Donington Park; WERA Sportsman Regional at Barber; Shops with Lindemann Engineering.
Triumph Daytona 675R
Triumph bills its Daytona 675R triple as an alternative to the dominant middleweight 600cc inline-Fours. Roadracing World Racing Editor Chris Ulrich takes the British challenger to the track to determine where the Triumph is better - and worse - than its finely-honed competition.
Kawasaki 2011 ZX-10R: The Digital Superbike
Kawasaki brought its 2010 ZX-10R to the market, promising racetrack-level features, leading edge technology and winning performance. Roadracing World Racing Editor Chris Ulrich puts the green missile to the test and tells you how the ZX-10R performs at the limits - the limits that only a racer can find.
2011 1000cc Shootout: High Powered Warfare
No one is better qualified to test the latest, most powerful literbikes than riders who ride and race them for a living. AMA Pro Racing riders Chris Ulrich and Jeremy Toye put the 2011 Kawasaki ZX-10R, the BMW S1000RR and the Honda CBR1000RR through their paces at the demanding Chuckwalla Valley Raceway, and tell you which is the best - and why.
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