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MotorCycle Online Comparo of WRX and KLX

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Here's a link (hope it works) to a very fair and well-balanced comparo. http://www.motorcycle.com/shoot-outs/quarterliter-supermoto-shootout-87985.html

Besides the comparo, there was an extremely cool group of other riders encountered at the 0.75 mile go kart track they went to for track riding.

If you haven't added "Motorcycle Online" to your "Favorites" folder, be sure to do so and visit often. They have really good articles and some of the writers are as good as any you've read in print. Online sites like MO and TT deserve our support

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Colorado, their observations about both the power and suspension of the X match mine very well.

It is a good article, thanks for the link.:p

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Here's a link (hope it works) to a very fair and well-balanced comparo. http://www.motorcycle.com/shoot-outs/quarterliter-supermoto-shootout-87985.html

Besides the comparo, there was an extremely cool group of other riders encountered at the 0.75 mile go kart track they went to for track riding.

If you haven't added "Motorcycle Online" to your "Favorites" folder, be sure to do so and visit often. They have really good articles and some of the writers are as good as any you've read in print. Online sites like MO and TT deserve our support

I worked there in LA in the late nineties. We really could have used your support then! It was an exciting, yet tough time to work at an online mag. One one hand, we were generating massive hit counts. On the other, it was tough to sell an ad to companies like Suzuki, because they didn't even have a website yet!

There were some good times there. We had a Buell race team that did pretty well in the NASB series. And when shootout tests would roll around, we'd load up all the current 600s or open-class sportbikes, and head off to places like Willow Springs for testing - and bring some really fast guys like Chuck Graves and Shawn Higbee. It was a fun time.

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