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November
1984
Special Section: Body & Sole - Road Gear (Riding suits for any purpose: What's yours?), Leather (For hide-bound riders.), Multi-Use Clothing (For cold or wet or cold and wet.), Cold-Weather Garb (Be cool, not cold.), Rain Gear (It's dry inside.), Reflective Clothing (The better to see you with.), Electric Garments (Add the warmth on.), Road And Race Boots (More than simple foot coverings.) Motorcycles - Suzuki GV1200GL Madura (New big gun on the boulevard.), Kawasaki KZ700 (The standard among standards.), Suzuki RG250 (Remember how much fun little bikes used to be?), The Radd Prototype (The front suspension of the future?) Features - Help For Aging Cases (They'll look better than new.), Touring Hawaii (The end of 500-mile days.), The H.O.G. Club (Factory support.) Accessories, Etc. = Fox Radar Detector (Built to keep motorcycles out of trouble.), J&M Headsets (Stick it near your ear.), Weigl Moto-Boy Centerstand Caddy (Get a move on.) Departments - Editorial (That's racing!), Ask The Pros (About your buzzy V-4.), Letters (Helmets help.), Hotline (It's almost 1985.), Sport (Eddie Lawson is world champ.), Info Page (Find facts fast.), Advertisers Index (Location locator.), Touring Marketplace (A few for the road.), Performance Marketplace (Fun stuff for fast guys.), Self-Service (Details that make major changes.), Last Page (A new trend in dual-purpose bikes.)
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March
1985
Special Section: 1985 Buyer's Guide - Introduction (Keeping up with a changing market.), Catalog Of '85 Street Bikes (100 choices.), Full-Dress Tourers (Buy a first-class ticket.), Sport Bikes (Going in a hurry.), Sport Tourers (Long-legged sport bikes.), Cruisers (America's favorites.), Dual-Purpose Bikes (No limits!), Directory Of Manufacturers (Get them where they live.), The 10 Best Buys Of 1985 (Make every inflation-ridden dollar count.) Motorcycles - Honda VF700F Interceptor (The original new wave sport bike, after the tariff.), Riding The '85 Yamahas (Snap impressions of the V-Max, FZ750 and more.), Kawasaki ZL900 Eliminator (Can it eliminate the competition?), Honda GL1200L Limited Edition (Everything but the hot tub.) Features - Forced Evolution: The Great Harley Hop-Up (There's plenty of power just waiting.), The $150,000 Carburetor (Would you buy one?), Tuning Harley Carbs (Can you say "response"?), The Expendables (Seeing endurance racing through Hertfelder-colored glasses.), They Build Honda's, Don't They (A walk through Honda's U.S. factory.) Accessories, Etc. - Harley-Davidson Invader Jacket (Air-cooled protection, Harley style.), Hondaline All-Weather Elite Gloves (Interstate suits for your hands.), Weigl Wheel Balancer ("Round and 'round it goes...), National Cycle Plexifaring 3 (Air management.) Departments - Sport (The truth about Superbike racing.), Hotline (New bikes, old problems.), Motorcycle Evaluation Guide (Nonfiction, best-sellers.), Info Page (Direct connection.), Performance Marketplace (Speed directory.), Letters (Other voices, other views.), Advertiser's Index (Where it's at.), Touring Marketplace (You can take it with you.), Last Page (From those grin-a-minute guys who brought you Godzilla.)
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April
1985
Motorcycles - Yamaha XV1000 Virago (Still cruisin' after all these years.), Yamaha FJ600 (Good things don't always require complicated packages - not even sport bikes.), Suzuki GSX-R750 (Suzuki uncorks its ultimate sport bike.) Special April Fools Exclusive - Riggor Motors Flying W (When you've said Binky Roundwhipple, you've said it all.) Features - Wobble And Weave (In search of stability.), 10,000 Miles Later: Harley-Davidson FLT Tour Guide (Going the distance - and then some.), Bud Ekins (Meet your hero.), Undercutting Transmission Gears (Feeling shiftless? Here's help.) Accessories, Etc. - Derby Tank Bag (You can take it with you.), Ohlins Gas Shock (Hitch up the suspension of your FJ600 or RZ350.), Maxiguard Alarm (Protection for a price.), Wolf-Pak Belt Pack (A place for everything.), Line Seven Rainsuit (Dry up.) Departments - Editorial (Spring tune-up, but not for your bike.), Letters (Fact and comment.), Hotline (New Harleys.), Sport (The end of an era?), Self-Service (Defrost your bike.), Motorcycle Evaluation Index (Where it went.), Info Page (The stuff of dreams.), Performance Marketplace (The power and the glory.), Touring Marketplace (When the touring gets tough, the tough go shopping.), Advertisers Index (Start searching here.), Last Page (One photo is worth 13.6 words.)
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May
1985
Motorcycles - Yamaha VMX12 V-Max (Just curl your finger around the trigger and say "Go ahead. Make my day."), Yamaha XVZ13 Venture Royale (New and improved. Think of it as a cushy V-Max.), Honda VF700C Magna (The all-purpose performance highway/city cruiser-troller.), Cagiva 650 Alazzurra (Ducati is back - better and faster than ever.) Features - The Language Of Design (The V-Max through a stylist's eyes.), Lessons From Lawson (Let the 500cc World Roadracing Champion show you how to be a better rider.), Revenge Of The Ninja (It just gets better.), Nasty Ninjas: Maillet's Masterpiece (Prospecting for power.), Nasty Ninjas: Lockhart's Long-Legged Winner (A successful racer with bolt-on modifications.), Deadly Duck (Championship grabbing Ducati.), Back To The Egg (Riding a Ducati down memory lane.) Accessories, Etc. - Work's Performance Damper (When your shock gets shocking.), Frank Thomas Boots (The latest in feet fairings.) Departments - Editorial (Good roads don't.), Hotline (Suzuki slims down and dresses up.), Letters (Yes, but can you aford to buy parts.), Sport (The team that couldn't be does the Houston Hustle.), Info Page (Informative reading.), Motorcycle Evaluation Index (Backtracking.), Performance Marketplace (Look for the good, the bad and the underpowered.), Advertisers Index (Hunt them down.), Touring Marketplace (Goodies to help you cover some ground.), Last Page (Results of our annual field meet.)
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June
1985
Special Section: Daytona - The Freddie Spencer Trilogy (When you say "Freddie Spencer", you've said it all.), Formula One (No longer the main show, it's still the most exotic.), Battle Of The Twins (The best race of the week.), Formula Two (The 250 race was number two in Freddie's formula.), Superbike 200-Miler (Spencer gives them a lap, then goes for it.), Hertfelder: On The Beach (Daytona as original sin.) Motorcycles - Yamaha FZ750 (A more efficient, more effective four.), Honda VT1100 Shadow (Our first test bike ever to get eaten.), Suzuki GS750ES (Last call before the GSX-R750.), Honda NS250 (Big fun in a small package.) Features - The FZ750 Daytona Special (How the FZ750 got so close so fast.), Pumping Air (Jerry Branch talks about all those valves.), Suzuki GS1150: Dialing It In (Joe Minton gives it a jolt.) Accessories, Etc. - YPDI Mini In Windshield (Cruise in a calm spot.), Walls Blizzard Suit (Warmth without style.) Departments - Sport (With a column from World Champion Eddie Lawson.), Hotlilne (Here comes 1986.), Letters (From our "in" box.), Motorcycle Evaluation Index (A guide to memory lane.), Info Page (Your guide to what's in print.), Advertiser's Index (An address list.), Performance Marketplace (Powerful products.), Touring Marketplace (Gear to get up and go.), Last Page (Twisted tips.)
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August
1985
Motorcycles - Harley-Davidson 883 XLH Evolution Sportster (The Real Thing - only better - for a bargain price.), BMW R80RT (Bavarian cream.), Honda CBR400F (Brand H's version of five valves per cylinder.) Features - Comparison: Air Filters For Performance (Just let it flow.), Insurance: The Performance Penalty (And you thought buying that superbike was the expensive part.), Motorcycle Of The Year (Rippling pavement and making waves.), Past Technologies (Nothing new under the sun.), Turbo In A Bottle (Hard launches and belly laughs.), Saving Saddles (Major cosmetic surgery for a tourer's best friend.), The Vinyl Option (This is acne medicine for seats.), Riding 22-Up (The Victor McLaglen Motor Corps needs your old footpegs.) Accessories, Etc. - Michelin Hi-Sport Tires (Don't lose your grip.), Your Master Lightweight Suit (Easy to store and just right for those in-between days.), Yamaha Sofpak Luggage (Capacity and versatility.), Condar Moto-Temp (Inexpensive information.), Continental TKV Tires (Specialist from Conti.) Departments - Editorial (Copping a plea.), Sport (Catching up on the world of racing.), Hotline (Coming soon to a dealer near you.), Ask The Pros (Basket case.), Letters (V-Max to the max.), Self-Service (On the chain, gang.), Info Page (For connoisseurs of the catalogs.), Performance Marketplace (Because speed thrills.), Touring Marketplace (For long-distance operators.), Advertiser's Index (Missing-business bureau.), Last Page (The twisted remains.)
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