"Big dual-purpose singles are back in fashion. We take two of the biggest, Kawasaki's KLR600 and Suzuki's DR600 and ask the time-honoured question: are the less than two grand dirt bikes less than too grand for the dirt?"
"Something to tide things over while the British play catch up."
How does the new RD stack up with last year's DS-7?
"Son of Wooper"
"The 903 Kawasaki Z-1 is fast, luxurious, reliable, pleasant to ride, and it can even be fun. Kawasaki is waiting, world."
More gems from my friend, Kerrin, in the UK.
"How deep does the beauty go?"
"Rewriting the rules for style"
"The Big Green Earthmover"
"Champion of sport-biking's smallest class."
"Think of the RM250 as the basic chunk in an expert's 30-story pyramid. The first 27 stories come with the bike. You supply the final three: tuning, tailoring and modifying."
"Yamaha's dual-purpose 250 for the Eighties is a four-stroke monoshocker that goes well - once it gets going."
More language building for Kawasaki two-stroke lovers.
How about some Kawasaki two-stroke goodness in French?
"The Kawasaki KZ750 is a first-things-first motorcycle. To build an outstanding machine the design engineers must get the bike right in its fundamental departments. And that was Kawasaki's approach."
Wish I could read more Italian than I can. A few words I can pick out, but I'll have to find a way to translate this one. Anyone up to the task?