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312R Review in Two Magazine

Just picked up two wheels only magazine and it has a very positive review of the New 312R, the bike was tested in monza, bruntingthorp track and also A272 petersfield for a road test and comparison.

Go out and grab a copy you wont be disappointed
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I saw a 312R review + regular R review in a bike mag I got... I think they reused that 312R review from Two magazine


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It was a generally positive review, but it also sounds like they have further sacrificed low-end / midrange power in pursuit of top end glory with this one. Which makes it nice for bragging rights, but not the most useable in the twisties.
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It was a generally positive review, but it also sounds like they have further sacrificed low-end / midrange power in pursuit of top end glory with this one. Which makes it nice for bragging rights, but not the most useable in the twisties.
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Thanks for noting this perspective. Reminds me of a BIKE (U.K.) magazine cover article on this kind of sacrifice the liter bike manufacturers are making to achieve higher HP at stratospheric RPMs.
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