Barnes and Noble is your best bet. They always have at least one of 3 brit bike mags. It never seems consistent though between the different stores. Superbike and Performance Bikes I think are the other ones.
THE SUZUKI RETAIL PRICE FOR A CLUTCH LEVER IS LIKE $63 (note from Gabe: this is no *****!) BUT SOME GUY IS BIDDING $74 AND I'M NOT SURE WHY MAYBE HE THINKS THAT'S THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN BUY ANYTHING IS ON EBAY BUT ILL LET YOU TAKE IT HOME FOR $99 WITHOUT SHIPPING THE ONLY THING IS THAT IT WAS EMBEDDED IN MY THIGH I DON'T KNOW IF YOU STILL WANT IT
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CBR600RR Runs 10-Second Quarter-mile
Copyright 2003, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc.
With several magazines in the midst of comparison-testing the new 600cc-class sportbikes, news from a Cycle World drag-strip test done yesterday at California Speedway (the drag strip is located outside the road course) is that a 2003 Honda CBR600RR ran in the 10-second bracket, with its competitors all running in the 11s.
That is true. In any case, I find it effin' amazing to have 600s running that kind of times. I recall the first time any of the production bikes got in the 10s in magazine tests -- I think it was a GS1000 with a pro rider at the contols. Showin' my age, I guess!