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    K12S Competitor

    From the current issue of Motorcycle News.

    A clip from the page... note the "related stories" link...

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    dlearl476
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    >"It will be backed (?, maybe "packed") full of anti-crash electronics....."

    What? A circuit that won't allow the bike to be started if you're under 30 y.o., have 5+ years of riding experience, and at least a moderate IQ?

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    Heh. By the time I was twenty, I had more than 5 years of riding experience.

    That said, I want one. If it's anything like my 98 VFR800 (no VTEC, please), there may be room in the garage. I've had a long standing love affair with those things.
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    But it's not red...

    The bike is blue. What's up with that?

    This will be the most wicked bike on the planet. 190hp V5. Traction control. Brakes like no tomorrow (no whizzy brakes, please). Honda quality.

    Can't wait to find out the particulars.

    But in general, it needs to be red.


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    Beemers are blue....



    Hondas are red....



    ... anything else just messes with my head.



    Ian

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    Red is the one true color for Honda VFRs.

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