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    NEW 6 CYLINER SPORT BIKE SINGLE SIDED SWINGER TOO

    HEY GUYS CHECK OUT THE NEW CONCEPT BIKES. THE FLAT SIX SPORT NAKED HAS A SINGLE SIDED SWING ARM AND A CHAIN DRIVE. AND THE RETRO HALF FAIRED 1100 LOOKS SWEET TOO.
    http://www.gizmag.com/go/8096/

    #2
    Did I miss an emotion I am feeling?
    It may not be a twin (which I am particularly fond of) but those lines are so so so sexy
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      #3
      neat. looks kinda like something BMW would make.

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        #4
        Originally Posted by MrDude_1
        neat. looks kinda like something BMW would make.
        i saw the logo on the tank without detail and thought it was a bmer

        im likeing the inline 4 right below it very cool
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          #5
          Originally Posted by jaysun0ne
          Originally Posted by MrDude_1
          neat. looks kinda like something BMW would make.
          i saw the logo on the tank without detail and thought it was a bmer

          im likeing the inline 4 right below it very cool
          the red/white/blue one?
          yea.. its like a mix of late 70s, early 90s paint, mixed in with todays minimalist look.
          i like it, but.. well it looks like its a mismash.. a bit more tweaking here and there, and move the rear shocks to a rear shock... its a great start.

          i also like the paint color on the front fender that metallic darker red... looks good.

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            #6
            The solid red bike with the four into one exhaust is sweet. Reminds me of an updated (somewhat) version of my 77 550F. That was a great old bike, I wish I had kept it.
            MOBILERD

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              #7
              Those in-line fours do remind me of the 550 fours of the 70's. Nice retro- wonder if they will ever make them and bring them stateside...
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              2008 Yamaha V-Star 1300 tourer

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                #8
                They all look miles behind the Honda NAS that was unveiled in the - what? nineties? I don't know... the B King looks sexier to me, and we'll never see either of them stateside.
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                1989 "RallyHawk" is Chuck's now!
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                  #9
                  That's sexy... I love how the article says "1832cc engine is much lighter and sportier than its touring brethren and is housed in an ultra-modern lightweight frame and is clearly designed for very rapid acceleration."
                  Geez ya think??
                  You know your a hawkaddict when you check ebay and craigslist every hour for parts to upgrade

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                    #10
                    That thing looks killer!


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                      #11
                      The one with the red white and blue half faring says R CB on the back of the tail. Could this be the rumored remake of the CB-1? in a race set up? Looks damn cool regardless!
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                        #12
                        Here's more news and a couple more pictures. Not bad I say, not bad!

                        http://www.motorcycledaily.com/20sep...ndapreview.htm

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