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  2. Программа-путешествие Hello World #5: VI?T NAM OI!, которая прошла с 3 по 10 сентября 2019 года, была создана, чтобы рассказать и показать всему миру необыкновенную красоту Вьетнама. Организаторами Hello World #5 стал двуязычный вьетнамский журнал о путешествиях Wanderlust Tips, Департамент по туризму города Хошимин (Vibrant Ho Chi Minh City), а также курорт Banyan Tree Lang Co, расположенный на пляже Ланг Ко.

  3. Robin had also just bought himself a Rapide. Later, Dee and Robin were blessed with a son, Philip, whom remains active in the Vincent Owners Club. It seems Vincent was very alive to the potential of the rotary engine but the determination which saw him produce such fine motorcycles during his most productive period, did not, perhaps, serve him as well in the years after. PCV’s idea was that his engine would be manufactured from Silocan Nitride, a ceramic material.

  4. During this period, Yamaha was looking for alternatives to its small-capacity two-strokes, developing large rotary, two-stroke, and four-stroke engines. With shades of George Brough (ie, showing prototypes to wow show-goers), another never-manufactured Yamaha design was shown in 1972, a 4-cylinder two-stroke the TL750. One year after Yamaha introduced, but never manufactured, their rotary, Suzuki introduced the RE5 Rotary at the 1973 Tokyo Motor Show. Suzuki licensed the Wankel engine on Nov.24, 1970, and spent 3 years developing their own 4c single-rotor, water-cooled engine, which pumped out p @ 65pm. Styling of the machine was reportedly entrusted to Giorgietto Guigiaro, a celebrated automotive stylist and advocate of the wedge trend in cars, who leaked into the motorcycle world via several projects, notoriously the 1975 Ducati 860GT. Guigiaro s touch extended only to the cylindrical taillamp and special instrument binnacle for the RE5; a cylindrical case with novel sliding cover, meant to echo the futuristic rotary engine the rest of the machine looked nearly the same as Suzuki s GT750 Water Buffalo .

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