Road Test: FZ6 v Z750S v SV650S v ER-6N v Hornet — Road Tests — Visordown

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Yamaha FZ 6N

Road Test: FZ6 v Z750S v v ER-6N v Hornet

SIT DOWN, next sentence may come as a bit of a the traditional British pub is facing Sorry to break the news, but a reality. No more pork no more real ale, no open fires and no more who greet you by name (even if the wrong one).

According to the for Real Ale (CAMRA) the traditional boozer is … out at a rate of 26 a month. In the countryside, out of the 7000 a terrifying six are closing every For the first time since the conquest more than the villages in England are now dry.

So, keen to make the most of while the traditional pub still an intrepid band from TWO set out in the sun on five middleweights to lay hops at the of the great beer god and visit the pub in Britain: the Fat Cat in Norwich.

Rather endure an encroaching winter’s on outright nakeds we opted for or token fly-screened options, so gave us Yamaha’s FZ6 Fazer, Hornet, a Suzuki SV650 S and two new -the ER-6n and Z750S.

Our route kicked off with a 100 motorway miles before we cut the rump of Norfolk and the Fens by road, followed by a run into Central. In other words, what these bikes be capable of. So with full we set off, braving the elements in of a decent pint or seven, nibbles and a roaring fire.

It’s funny, but with style of bike you can usually to within a few miles when the light will come on. never ridden an ER-6n I guessed at 110 miles before the fuel light would in its slightly cheap-looking dash. As it out, the trip counter was ‘106’ when the light on. Close enough, and not before

Although the little Kwak was on the motorway, easily holding with that strange providing a fair amount of protection, the effects of over an in the icy wind were taking And, judging by the group and calls for coffee at the services, I alone.

The Hornet is remarkably civilised on the reckoned Wozza. Having a ZRX1200 all year I may just be used to not having a fairing, but the clock cover is surprisingly

SV-mounted Stuart professed to a more upright riding for covering distance, but the Suzuki uncomfortable, he said. The fairing well and the motor’s punchy. was useful because my more approach to overtaking, as opposed to the suicidal undertakes the rest of you doing, meant I was playing a lot.

But Yamaha’s Fazer got the nod for motorway munching. The seat and riding is comfortable and the screen works, Steve. I’ve got over a of a tank of fuel l eft and my bad back is

Yamaha FZ 6N

Right at that moment arrived on the Z750S, diverting our away from analysis of crumbling skeleton.

It’s but I really enjoyed that he said. It’s a good that 750S — up to a The mirrors are well-positioned but they so you can’t see anything in them 80mph, and the seating position on your nuts. Nice but what’s going on with the

Even the ER-6n has a digital

That’s a bit hard on the Z50S. are all budget bikes, built to a You don’t get frills such as suspension, the Z750S only has clocks and the ER and SV are lacking fuel But all of these bikes have features such as pillion rails and bungee hooks, as as stylish-to-funky looks fitted as As the newest of the lot, the ER-6n the most comments for its unique admittedly not all of them flattering.

likened it to a 1980s two-tone Corolla, while Stuart it looked like, an ER-5 been given a make-over by and Justin. But its looks do grow on and after riding the bike you help but be drawn to it.

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Yamaha FZ 6N
Yamaha FZ 6N
Yamaha FZ 6N
Yamaha FZ 6N


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