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January 12, 2003, 01:14 PM

Just came across this site on the new CBR600RR, and thought I'd post a link here. Haven't really browsed it yet, but noticed an article with Miguel's thoughts on the new RR, and thought some others might be interested .

http://www.cbr600rr.com/

http://www.cbr600rr.com/pages/miguel.htm

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Here's a quote from Miguel about the 600RR:

"I am willing to put my reputation on the line with this bike. I think that any motorcyclist who is into bikes because of the way they feel, the way they handle-all of us are, right? I think that once those people ride this bike, I don't care what other bike you've got, this is going to be your favorite bike. "
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:fro: I ride the big beast. !994 CBR1000, all 600 lbs of it, 105 hp. Thinking of getting a custom paint job of the american flag for the whole bike :fro: :cop: :burnout:

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April 15, 2003, 04:35 AM

Quote:
Just came across this site on the new CBR600RR, and thought I'd post a link here. Haven't really browsed it yet, but noticed an article with Miguel's thoughts on the new RR, and thought some others might be interested .
http://www.cbr600rr.com/
http://www.cbr600rr.com/pages/miguel.htm

Hey!!
That's my server!
My friend Jeff runs the site and races an RR in the midwest. I host all of his web pages (that site and a couple more)

We also run www.cbrlist.com, for any of you interested.
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June 27, 2003, 08:15 PM

Quote:
Here's a quote from Miguel about the 600RR:

"I am willing to put my reputation on the line with this bike. I think that any motorcyclist who is into bikes because of the way they feel, the way they handle-all of us are, right? I think that once those people ride this bike, I don't care what other bike you've got, this is going to be your favorite bike. "
So then whats the deal with Miguel and him not running in the supersport races??? Still recovering I guess... Its getting boring with the R6 kicking ass but we all knew that would happen, right?


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