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    Honda's legendary Africa Twin returns.

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    The 21" front wheel is great and I like the rally inspired fairing. It also looks great with knobbies, but I would rather it stayed a 750cc. At 1000cc they are very late to a very crowded market.

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    That dual clutch transmission looks awesome.

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    I love it. Been hearing the rumors of a return for several years now. Thanks LT, but now you have me and the Weasel both wanting one.
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    Very nice, but at 500+ lbs, yikes! Guess I'll have to hit the weights...

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    Quote Originally Posted by VintageGW View Post
    Thanks GW!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by VintageGW View Post
    They more than once talk up its lightness in the article. 534 pounds doesnt sound too light to me. Top it off with an almost 35 inch high seat I wouldnt be taking it off road. Now if they would scale everything down including the engine by about 25%.............that would be a killer bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebbanflood View Post
    The 21" front wheel is great and I like the rally inspired fairing. It also looks great with knobbies, but I would rather it stayed a 750cc. At 1000cc they are very late to a very crowded market.
    Exactly. I added this to the Dual sport list thread and you see how many there are there. I think its closest competator has to be the KTM Adventure. Its looks and adding the autoshift does make it stand out a bit.
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