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POLL: Win on Sunday, sell on Monday?

Which of the following 2012 race-winning bikes is top of your 'must have' list?
You've watched them doing battle on circuits around the world this season, but which of the following race-winning Superbike or Supersport machines is top of your 'must have' list for 2013?

Will you follow your heart and pick the bike of your favourite rider, or follow your head and made a rational decision based on price, performance, customer service and reliability?

Maybe you just want whichever you think is best looking? Or is the #1 plate in your favourite Championship all that matters? Perhaps you pride yourself in remaining brand loyal?

Over to you...

CLICK HERE to vote (after which you will see the present results) and explain your choice in the comments section below.


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