De­grees of pedantry

Practical Sportsbikes (UK) - - Letters -

Thanks for the TRX ar­ti­cle. A fine look­ing mo­tor­cy­cle which I covert. Now for the ‘but’. Only two small mis­takes…

Firstly, while the TDM wasn’t a sales suc­cess in the UK, it’s in­ac­cu­rate to say they weren’t a suc­cess. They sold shed loads in France, Ger­many, Greece.

Se­condly, the early (’91-’96) TDMS had a 360 de­gree, not 180 de­gree crank­shaft. Tut tut. Smack Mr West’s legs and with­hold his sher­bert lemons ra­tion. Jim Milling­ton, email

There’s more TRX good­ness this is­sue, Jim. See page 38. I phoned Phil, but the line went dead when I men­tioned TDM850 – JM

She’s about as in­ter­ested in the TDM as we are... I mean, I could go on

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