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News More Information – April 2015 – Cycle Torque Magazine

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    Welcome to the April 2015 issue of Cycle Torque Magazine.




    There’s more than a month of reading in the latest new-look Cycle Torque, with Yamaha’s newest offerings, the YZF R1 and YZF-R1M, offer more technology, power and handling. Cycle Torque checks out Yamaha’s latest offerings at the World Launch and we put our Isle of Man racer Alex Pickett aboard to get a good, close look.


    After five years in development the Triumph Tiger 800 XCx becomes the marque’s flagship adventure bike. If you head to one of our print stockists, there’s a poster inside of the Tiger.



    Victory Magnum with loads of torque and power, long distance comfort and carrying capacity stands tall in the world of cruisers.



    KTM keeps going from strength to strength and the 2015 naked models are testament to that. Cycle Torque looks at the 390 Duke, 690 Duke R and the 1290 Superduke R.



    Longtrack racing returned to Bathurst last year and for some it ignited many memories. Sultans of Slide looks at the resurgence of this exciting genre of motorcycle racing. Retro Torque features Suzuki’s SV1000, a bargain big banger, and you’ll find a good one if you keep your eyes open.



    Cycle Torque is back on your TV screen in an all new series, Thursday nights at 7:30 FTA (4ME 64 or 74 metro) and 8:30 Foxtel (Aurora 183). To celebrate, in conjunction with Moto National, Cycle Torque has one Contour Roam 3 action camera to give away in every episode!



    We hope you love the issue – please tell your friends about Cycle Torque’s digital editions, they are really easy to get and are packed with extra pics and embedded video that makes them a pleasure to read. If you don’t have a smart device, you can always pop into the better bike shops that stock Cycle Torque Magazine and pick up a copy.





    Bikes tested


    Yamaha R1 | Website | YouTube

    Victory Magnum | Website | YouTube

    Triumph Tiger 800 XCx | Website | YouTube

    KTM Duke range | Website | YouTube



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