This is my final installment from Spa: a few of the classic bikes I found in the garages. How many can you name?
Earlier this week we revised the 2012 MotoGP calendar and included Spa on the list. Yes, we know the chances of MotoGP going to Spa are thinner than a steam-rolled Supermodel but we like the thought of MotoGP going there.Check out this video of FIM
If you miss seeing factory two stroke racing machinery being ridden properly then you should consider a trip to the Spa classic event in 2013. I was the lucky recipient of an invitation to ride there last week and had a blast riding some tasty kit
Yamaha put on an amazing display of their GP bikes, past and present at the Bikers' Days Classics at Spa. So how many bikes can you name? Bonus points if you get the year and the rider.P.S if your name's Julian Ryder, Neil Spalding or Toby Moody
that followed. But what stands out alongside this remarkable act is the days where he took double victories. This happened four times that year at Mugello, Salzburgring, Le Mans and Spa Francorchamps. His performances at the legendary Spa circuit
Join perennial runner-up and the greatest Grand Prix rider to never win a championship, Randy Mamola, for some on-board footage around Spa Francorchamps and Assen from 1985.I'd recommend muting the clip however, as the soundtrack makes the ferocious
A three cylinder, 750cc two-stroke contained in a double cradle, tubular frame with telescopic suspension made up the intimidating Kawasaki KR750, seen here ridden around the legendary Spa circuit.Remembering the KR750, named the 'Green Meanie', TT
Revisiting Whitham's trip to Spa on a FizzyIf you’ve been a reader of the mag for any length of time you can’t have failed to notice that as well as my love of modern bikes, I have an unhealthy interest in older ones. Particularly 1970’s two
Spotted this video this morning and had to share it.A few things to note: The tea strainer adds a nice touch of English class to pre-race refreshments - particularly important when racing on foreign turf with their strange customs and odd diets. The mint E-Type is possibly the mo...
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
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