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UK Teams Get Good Qualifying Results At Bol dOr 2013

UK Teams Get Good Qualifying Results At Bol d'Or 2013

2 hi-def photos  1 comments 19 April 2013, 16:13
Both the famous Honda Legends and the new Splitlath Redmond endurance teams posted great qualifying results in today's sessions at Magny-Cours.
Check Out The 40th Anniversary Digital Mag From Dainese!

Check Out The 40th Anniversary Digital Mag From Dainese!

1 hi-def photos  28 May 2012, 08:26
In its 40th anniversary year, Dainese heralds the future with a brand new digital magazine covering the legends of the past. With four online magazines over 2012, Dainese delves into the 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s showcasing the people, events and products that have created the legend.
McGuinness Takes Superb 5th In Le Mans 24-hour World Endurance

McGuinness Takes Superb 5th In Le Mans 24-hour World Endurance

1 hi-def photos  28 September 2011, 13:59
Morecambe's John McGuinness scored a superb 5th place at the Le Mans 24-Hour World Endurance Championship event at the weekend, riding once again for the Honda TT Legends team. Riding with team-mates Cameron Donald and Keith Amor, the trio started the race in tenth place and ran in fifth for the majority of the 24 hours, going on to complete an amazing 819 laps of the French circuit in the 24 hours!
Success On The Mount For McGuinness

Success On The Mount For McGuinness

1 hi-def photos  19 September 2011, 16:41
John McGuinness ensured his annual visit to Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough was a successful one at the weekend when he took his Padgetts Honda to no less than three runner-up spots. The Morecambe Missile was instantly at home around the woodland circuit and was on the pace in both the wet and dry, pushing Northern Ireland ’s Ryan Farquhar in each of their Superbike battles.
Victory Number 17 For John McGuinness At The TT Bears The Sidi Sport Signature

Victory Number 17 For John McGuinness At The TT Bears The Sidi Sport Signature

2 hi-def photos  29 June 2011, 14:55
From the Isle of Man comes a new legendary victory signed Sidi Sport .The rider John McGuinness literally snatched the Tourist Trophy, in the circuit’s centennial year by clinching the two most important tests, the Superbike category dedicated to big bikes and in the Senior category, dedicated to riders over 40.
Chelsea Autolegends To Run In September With Phil Read

Chelsea Autolegends To Run In September With Phil Read

1 hi-def photos  26 June 2011, 12:00
Read, multi-champion in 125cc, 250cc, 500cc and 750cc classes in the 1960s and ’70s, is masterminding a cavalcade of classic motorbikes between two iconic London landmarks – the Ace Cafe on the North Circular Road and the rather more stately surroundings of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, home of the Chelsea Pensioners.
McGuinness Shows His Class With 17th TT Win

McGuinness Shows His Class With 17th TT Win

3 hi-def photos  13 June 2011, 11:37
Morecambe's John McGuinness showed his undoubted class around the Isle of Man Mountain Course on the final Friday evening when he won a thrilling Senior TT race. The Honda TT Legends rider found himself seven seconds in arrears at the end of the first lap but he hunted race leader Guy Martin down, and with two stunning laps on laps 3 and 4, he was able to go some 15 seconds clear and eventually came home for his 17th TT win and 33nd TT podium to round out another brilliant week on the Island
New Duke Video Release - Motogp: The Route To Glory

New Duke Video Release - Motogp: The Route To Glory

1 hi-def photos  10 November 2010, 10:51
Now fans can discover how Grand Prix World Champions are created, with the new DVD MotoGP: The Route to Glory, from Duke.
The Life Of Londons Ace Cafe Detailed In Ace Times Book

The Life Of London's Ace Cafe Detailed In "Ace Times" Book

1 hi-def photos  16 September 2010, 10:23
The book "Ace Times, speed thrills and tea spills,a cafe and a culture" relates and illustrates the definitive history of London's Ace Cafe, a roadside pull-in that opened in 1938 and became the most famous haunt of the motorcycle riding "Ton-up kids" in the 50s and the Rockers in the 60s. The book also tells the story of other venues and cafes, like the 59club, the Busy Bee and others elsewhere around the country.
GPR Exhausts Announce New Exhausts for Kawasaki Z1000

GPR Exhausts Announce New Exhausts for Kawasaki Z1000

4 hi-def photos  14 February 2010, 15:50
From concept to final welding and packaging each GPR exhaust is the product of over 40 years experience. The very latest technology and design innovation combine with methods and procedures learnt since 1968. A recent three year Moto GP programme with Konica Minolta Honda, LCR Honda and D’Antin Ducati has helped keep the company at the cutting edge of exhaust design.
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