Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: Port Washington, New York
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The vast majority of us will never be fast enough to take full advantage of the incremental evolution of the bike. But that's really not the point.
The manufacturers all have to continue to make performance improvements where they can or risk becoming irrelevent. That is the unfortunate business fact.
Truth is, most of us probably couldn't get the most out of a 10 year old bike, much less the the latest and greatest. But the manufacturers must keep pushing the ball forward because their competiton will. It's a sportbike, after all.
That's how we eventually got from leaf springs, springers, hardtails,.plungers, side valves, veritically split cases, carbs, etc., etc., to where we are today.
And If that weren't the case, we'd have never had the 675 in the first place.
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