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One of the admirable things about Japanese manufacturers is the way they look after their successful riders, sometimes long after that success was achieved....whatever their nationality.But Kiyo's 2011 season was so lacklustre that if they were indeed largely responsible for this move then you have to think their loyalty may be badly misplaced here. Anyone who gets on one of those bikes deserves the utmost respect from mere mortals like me but,as Nori proved this year,everyone has a shelf life at this level sadly.