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Blitz Motorcycles - HomeMoto Revue, actualité et essais motoMoto-MucciJournal — Iron & Air MagazineI think we all take ourselves a little too serious sometimes. I mean, we play with toys for a living! Granted, not all toys are alike. Take this one in particular. A friend of mine bought this 1999 water-cooled KTM Duke 640, a bike by all standards that is a design travesty. So next time you step out to take a ride on your freshly powder-coated and streamlined CB750 accented by your Belstaff jacket and Biltwell helmet, remember to not take yourself too seriously. Hugs and kisses, Tim Harney'Motorcycle Dumb Dumb Head' About Tim HarneyTim is a glorified Lego builder and fabricator of all things shiny.