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    What shape are your kitchens? Or is it documentation/ prescription drugs?
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    90's Superbikes were the best.

    Maybe it's just my era. I get that the new stuff is superior, but imho they just don't look like proper bikes and the 80's stuff is just too chunky.

    This is a proper motorcycle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KungFooBob View Post
    90's Superbikes were the best.

    Maybe it's just my era. I get that the new stuff is superior, but imho they just don't look like proper bikes and the 80's stuff is just too chunky.

    This is a proper motorcycle.

    Love it.

    my Mate IanB - sometimes of this parish, is just organising a bike to go touring on this summer as he doesn't want to put too many miles and breakdowns on his mid 90's 900 Superlight Ducati.

    The obvious choice therefore is a mid 90's VFR750 Honda




    Not that much different from the 2019 VFR really.

    So Yeah, the 90's superbikes (and sports tourers) were the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiantPygmy View Post
    Love it.

    my Mate IanB - sometimes of this parish is just organising a bike to go touring on this summer as he doesn't want to put too many miles and breakdowns on his mid 90's 900SS Ducati.
    The obvious choice therefore is a mid 90's VFR750 Honda.


    Not that much different from the 2019 VFR really.

    So Yeah, the 90's superbikes (and sports tourers) were the best
    Someday I will own a GSXR1100WP.

    No idea what I'll do with it, but imho it's the boss of 90's Sportsbikes.

    This one is really nice....

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1993-suzu...t/153789673622

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    Quote Originally Posted by KungFooBob View Post
    This is a proper motorcycle.
    I would rather have one of these


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    Nah them old Slabbies are too 80's for me. I agree with KFB the 90's is where it's at (probably as we are the same age so we dreamed of similar bikes when we started riding). Each manufacturers bike was instantly identifiable and had a certain character, the paint jobs were proper lary and tech came on loads. EXUP Ru's, Blades, Gixxer's, ZXR's, 888's, YZF 750's, RGV's, TDR's, KR1S. Such great looking bikes. A lot of bikes now are IMO ugly.

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    One For Iccy.

    Rudge custom:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eclipse View Post
    I would rather have one of these

    Had one, bought it in 1991, a JDM bike with 1800kms on it for 2400, derestricted it by fitting an aftermarket exhaust and UK carbs, they require an interesting riding style to get them round corners quickly, ride up to the corner vertical and then sling it on it's side to full lean as quick as possible and then the opposite on the way out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KungFooBob View Post
    Someday I will own a GSXR1100WP.

    No idea what I'll do with it, but imho it's the boss of 90's Sportsbikes.

    This one is really nice....

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1993-suzu...t/153789673622
    A couple of mates had them, the best thing to say about them is that they handle better than the oil cooled GSXR1100s, but they're still Wildebeasts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermofo View Post
    Nah them old Slabbies are too 80's for me. I agree with KFB the 90's is where it's at (probably as we are the same age so we dreamed of similar bikes when we started riding). Each manufacturers bike was instantly identifiable and had a certain character, the paint jobs were proper lary and tech came on loads. EXUP Ru's, Blades, Gixxer's, ZXR's, 888's, YZF 750's, RGV's, TDR's, KR1S. Such great looking bikes. A lot of bikes now are IMO ugly.
    I would like another YZF750, I had old pinky for 4 years, traded it in for a 98 R1 (which could be a bit of a handful)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiantPygmy View Post
    Love it.

    my Mate IanB - sometimes of this parish, is just organising a bike to go touring on this summer as he doesn't want to put too many miles and breakdowns on his mid 90's 900 Superlight Ducati.

    The obvious choice therefore is a mid 90's VFR750 Honda




    Not that much different from the 2019 VFR really.

    So Yeah, the 90's superbikes (and sports tourers) were the best
    I've had two VFR750s, they really are very good bikes. Tour, scratch, commute, the only thing they're really no good at is off roading. Everything on them was top quality too

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    What's not to like?

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    What's not to like?
    The Neighbors at 5 in the morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobbynumbnut View Post
    The Neighbors at 5 in the morning.
    I had a Guzzi which didn't like cold starts and used to pop and bang all the unburnt fuel that built up in the exhausts.

    Not too good when I was heading in for 6am early shift.

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