Just picked up a copy of Cycletorque

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M.I.A
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Just picked up a copy of Cycletorque

I was at a local bike shop in Dandenong today picked up a can of chain lube (exspensive).

I also pick up a Free copy of Cycletorque november adition, theres also a online version at

www.cycletorque.com.au

Its a Australian free motorcycle newspaper filled with bike reviews, gear, racing news, ect

Theres a interesting report test on the new Triumph Thunderbird in the November issue.

You can pick up a free hard copy at any good motorcycle shop.

I got the feeling the web site hasnt been updated to the november version as yet so I guess the mag just came out.

Check it out it a beuity.

kate
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the november version is

the november version is there. Under the primary tab 'emag , just below the motogp editions. You can read the mag right there or download the pdf and read it offline . Pretty good if somewhat superficial coverage of the thunderbird. Some more pics of the engine detail would have been better , after all they had the thing split open for them. Like most mags , nothing in depth , nothing beyond the journalist takeaway style of today. On the fly titbits of info to satisfy todays no ttime for detail generation.

SIGH ... RIP gourmet , its cheesy vegemi8te on toast time.

I'd like to see some of these mags take something apart and have a good bloody argument about whats found. Rip into something you bunch of soft fredericks.....

ahhhhhhhh. ..... that feels better........

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Since when do road tests

Since when do road tests include a gutting of the motor,,,,,,,, motors are pattened for the first few years.

 

Mybe its time to revisit the Triumph Mag site agian,,, its been a few months since the last one was released.