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APRILIA 1200 Supermoto. "Big motor in a little frame"
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APRILIA 1200 Supermoto. "Big motor in a little frame" - June 19, 2007, 07:38 AM

I've seen a few articles on this. Mucho need it.



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is there even a class to race these in?


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June 19, 2007, 08:46 AM

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is there even a class to race these in?
Not at this time but if all the manufacturers keep building maybe they're will be.


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June 19, 2007, 08:49 AM

The key is keeping it under 400lbs. From what I read the Hypermotard weighs 395 dry.
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The key is keeping it under 400lbs. From what I read the Hypermotard weighs 395 dry.
is it just me or does that sound really heavy


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June 19, 2007, 09:17 AM

That's a typical bike kinda weight. Definately loses some of the appeal of riding a motard. Being flickable and light is the key to my way of thinking. (OK...and with Hooligan wheelie power!!!)


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Yeah but the Duke2 is like 335. With big bars the sub 400 would probably feel light.
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