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How does the Bimota Tesi 3D ride? I've never ridden a bike without front forks

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How does it handle?Well the Bimota stands for the epitome of Italian design and if it ain't good you won't find it on a Bimota. I haven't driven one but have read reports of how the geometry does not allow the front end to dive unnecessarily when cornering or braking. It continues to take the shocks (wherever necessary) but no undue diving. This should translate to better control and improved confidence when riding at higher speeds. That taut feel is something we could all use.,,,

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