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    Two Awesome Bikes, Two Very Different Kinds of Power

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    His 125 story about the hill cracks me up and sounds vaguely familiar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweaker View Post
    His 125 story about the hill cracks me up and sounds vaguely familiar.
    Ah yes, the joys of sub-250 motos


    I like the little Z as a standalone, but the Grom beats it hands down when the two are compared.
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    That Africa Twin is giving the much more expensive BMW GS crowd a run for its money.

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