technology was not there."The bike ridden by Mike 'Spike' Edwards in the video belongs to Chris Wilson, you can read more about the KR750 and Chris' collection here.
EUROSPORT'S voice of MotoGP - scrub that - THE voice of MotoGP, Toby Moody has posted up a picture of his newly-painted Arai helmet, courtesy of painter to the F1 stars Mike Fairholm."Newly painted helmet just arrived. Thanks to Mike! http
This video popped into my inbox from Visordown reader Mike Webb and it shows a typical day in Vietnam. There's a lot of patience going on in there. You'd have a full scale fight in London if it was as busy as that...
HERE'S ANOTHER great bit of 1980's 500cc two-stroke action from Laguna Seca, featuring triple World Champion Kenny Roberts, Randy Mamola and Mike Baldwin.Listen to Roberts in the post race interview saying he's more interested in pulling wheelies
Now I know that Mike Hailwood raced a 6-cylinder Honda but that's no excuse for this CBX I spotted at the Bikers Days Spa Classic. The 1047cc, inline 6 cylinder, 24 Valve, DOHC Honda might be a feat of engineering brilliance but it looks like
judging by the clouds of smoke. Sounds fit, though.The on-board footage is pretty incredible for 1964 but can you imagine how big it was? Can't have helped the handling.But lastly, (and most importantly) this is all shot without Mike wearing any gloves
attending and a hefty 2,300 people camping.Along came the BBC’s top DJs of the time, Kid Jensen and Mike Smith to broadcast live to the Nation from the BMF rally, quite a Coup I thought. The BBC even brought in chart topper of the day Bonnie Tyler
to be passed by Honda’s Freddie Spencer. Cooley, who led the series at this point, was forced to retire when his bike broke. It was then Lawson and Mike Baldwin chasing Spencer. By the closing laps Spencer had opened a gap on Lawson, who’d gapped Baldwin
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