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New 2013 Ducati Monster and MV Agusta bikes are in at Euro Cycles of Tampa Bay

This week we got in the 2013 MV Agusta F3 675 in White.  Your opportunity to be a new F3 owner is running out by the minute as the last two F3′s were gone almost as soon as they arrived!  Before you start clearing room in your garage for this new 2013 MV Agusta F3 email our Sales [...]

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GS Trophy 2012 – 27/11/2012 – Day 3 – Today’s Summary

Day three — time to get serious! Starting from Saint Martin de los Andes as early as 6 a.m., the riders left the asphalt and headed south, venturing off-road deeper and deeper into Patagonia. To this hard 450 km Marathon day under a blazing Argentinian sun a couple of ‘extra’ specials as a deep and [...]

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Interview with Ralf Rodepeter, head of BMW Classic

It’s not just the latest F 800 GS and R 1200 GS BMWs that are taking part in the GS Trophy 2012. Head of BMW Classic Ralf Rodepeter is following the same tracks and trails of South America, but on a 28-year-old R 80 G/S Paris Dakar. In this exclusive interview, hear Ralf talk about [...]

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Triple world champ relives Tassie races

TRIPLE world superbike champion Troy Bayliss was the star attraction at the Tasmanian Motorcycle Club’s ride day at Symmons Plains yesterday.
The 43-year-old Ducati rider who retired from professional racing in 2008 after winning his third world title, a British superbike championship and a MotoGP race, showed he could still draw plenty of admirers.
“I came down [...]

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BMW Unveils New F800 GT

 BMW has announced a new addition to their F800 range, the middle-weight GT.
An attempt to enhance the German giant’s presence in the ‘sporty touring segment’, the GT will serve as the successor to the popular F800 ST.
First impressions are that BMW have emphasized the ‘touring’ side of their new ‘sports tourer’.  Visually, the GT looks to [...]

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BMW GS TROPHY ARGENTINA 2012

BMW made the selection for the competition that will take place between Argentina and Chile, the organization was responsible for ARAWAK OUTDOORS LOGISTICS and content production ARAWAK PRODUCTIONS.

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Touring Carrizo Aboard a BMW G 650 GS Sertao

Written by Kelly Callan
Photos by Don Williams
2012 BMW G650GS Sertao Touring Review
I feel like a dog with his head out the window of the car, drinking in the rushing air and thrill of the speed. There is nothing separating me from this vast empty prairie that I’m riding through; it is in my face, my nose, [...]

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MOB Racing announces Narbonne to ride 1199 Panigale S at CCS Race of Champions in Daytona

After a wildly successful test at this past weekend’s “Ride with the Stars” event hosted by Eric Wood’s Penguin Racing School, MOB Racing’s Ducati 1199S and Shane Narbonne are headed south for their first race outing on the new bike at next weekend’s CCS Race of Champions!
Trebour Motorcycles has been a long time team sponsor [...]

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Words from Aaron

Hello everyone!
Motorcycle season is heading back into full swing here at Euro Cycles. After a Very hot and Rainy summer, October is here and the weather is clearing up for some great riding.

So to usher in the great weather and help us move some 2012 bikes, we are offering our Free Service promotion again. Stop [...]

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Crossing South America on a Motorcycle

After criss-crossing the continental United States in a Winnebago for two years, I decided to take a break to explore more of South America. Not exactly RV country, or “casa rodante” as they call them in Argentina, motorcycles were the obvious choice for a cross country road trip.
Before I left to spend the winter in Argentina, [...]

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Live Longer by Riding a Motorcycle (sort of)

 

When I tell people I ride a motorcycle, they’re either really excited (because they ride too), or horrified that I would take such careless risks with my life. Just how dangerous is motorcycle riding, though? Before I bought my first bike I did some research and came to the conclusion: not very.
 
Let’s look at the [...]

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