WSBK » Which is the best looking 2013 Superbike?


Following the official 2013 launch of Alstare Ducati and Aprilia Racing, we want to know how you think the World Superbike grid is looking ahead of the opening round...

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Yamaha R1 - Unregistered

February 09, 2013 4:31 PM

Doesn't matter what the bikes go like wsbk has never been the same since the foggy , slight and Scott Russell days there has not been characters like them since and it shows wsbk needs some real tough nut racers like these guys to bring the excitement back!!!!

TheBiscuit

February 09, 2013 5:58 PM

dear crash... please please PLEASE to god when i post a comment, every single time i UNcheck the box saying 'email me when this topic is updated' and yet every comment i post my email in box is filled with cr@p saying someone has commented. please stop. i dont care. but i do care when i get so many messages telling me someone has posted something on a thread i posted on. seriously, why would i want to know that??? please stop

Tetley

February 09, 2013 11:56 PM

I really don't like all that black expanse on many of the bikes.
Tha Alstare bikes and the MR Ducati look well in bold red and white.
The Kawa is eyecatching in their signature green.
It's a pity that so many others have neat colour schemes which are compromised by sponsors decals clashing with the basic design.
So, for me, the most pleasing design is the Grillini DENTALMATIC BMW of Vittorio Iannuzzo - nice colours and clearly defined shapes.
But I bet they would prefer it covered in sponsors stickers !

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