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“Moto Guzzi Factory Racers” Book By Alan Cathcart, Out Now

By  •  January 19, 2022

This stunning large format hardcover volume is printed on quality paper, with 160 pages and 91 full page photos, covering the history of the Moto Guzzi factory racers up to …
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Throwback Interview: Alan Cathcart Chats With Nori Haga, 2000 season and YZF-R7

By  •  December 24, 2020

The trackside banner displayed at Brands Hatch in front of 102,000 spectators in August 2000 said it all: “Nori-chan = Foggy #.2”! The massive British crowd had taken the Sultan …
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Two-Stroke Tuesday: 1984 Chevallier Honda RS500 GP Racer

By  •  April 5, 2022

To defeat the Japanese teams by winning GPs with bikes you built yourself in a workshop attached to your house, fuelled by your wife’s home cooking and cups of coffee …
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Throwback Thursday: 1988 FIOR 500-4, Racer Test

By  •  March 10, 2022

In the late 1980s there was a widening gap between 500GP racing’s haves, and have-nots – which is to say, between the works V4s, including the fledgling Italian Cagiva team, …
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Review: 2022 Yamaha YZF-R7 HO, track test, road spin

By  •  January 6, 2022

I have been eagerly awaiting a turn on the new Yamaha YZF-R7 after it was announced earlier in 2021, with COVID outbreaks and border closures the launch of the all …
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Review: 2021 Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS

By  •  December 10, 2021

For Triumph fans it has been a long time coming, an all-new Speed Triple. In this style with the single-sided swingarm and muscular alloy tubed frame, the Speed Triple has …
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Review: Stealth Special Vehicles OzPOD Electric Moped

By  •  November 17, 2021

Whether you shop online or not, delivery vehicles play a huge part in daily life. In fact, without them, life as we know and often take for granted would come …
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Throwback Thursday: Valentino Rossi’s 2004 YZF-M1

By  •  November 11, 2021

Valentino Rossi’s deservedly acclaimed 2004 triumph in handing Yamaha its first premier-class GP Riders’ World Championship in 12 years, achieved just what he’d said he aimed to do when he …
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Interview: Bob Rosenthal on the Team Avon Yamaha XS1100

By  •  October 14, 2021

Melbourne-based Bob Rosenthal was a prominent member of the army of recruits turned out by the mythical Australian rider factory, that in the 1970s produced the gifted riders of the …
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Road To 2121: The Next 100 Years For Moto Guzzi

By  •  September 16, 2021

Moto Guzzi has revealed a major preservation and restructuring project for the industrial site where, for a century, every single motorcycle of the Eagle Brand has been produced. Commissioned from …
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