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Yamaha Champions Riding School Needs Your Input

Yamaha Champions Riding School Needs Your Input It would seem the Yamaha Champions Riding School took note of our recent 10 Stretches to Keep You Limber While Motorcycle Riding, or so we would like to think.  Begin Press Release: Dear Friends, YCRS is considering a new offering and we want your help! The idea:  ChampRetreats.  Our ChampSchools include a small curriculum of Body-Mind-Bike connection with the help of Jennifer Peris and her incredible Yoga talents. It has been so well received that we have decided to create YCRS Retreats in…

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Dunlop Legends Program Features Nicky Hayden

Dunlop Legends Program Features Nicky Hayden Dunlop is set to feature Nicky Hayden in its iconic Legends poster series with proceeds going to the Nicky Hayden Memorial Fund when purchased through the Hayden Brothers General Store.  Begin Press Release: Buffalo, New York: Nicky Hayden was one of the most beloved racers the world has ever known. His great morality, respect for everyone, kindness, dedication and true love of racing will never be forgotten. To pay tribute to Nicky, Dunlop has made him a part of the iconic Legends poster series, a…

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Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster set to debut next week

Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster set to debut next week   LAST month Triumph announced a new model was to be unveiled on October 3rd but gave no clue what it would be. Now the firm has revealed exactly what we should expect, with this teaser video for a new Bonneville Speedmaster. It gives us murky glimpses of parts of the bike and a dark shot of the whole thing, showing a cruiser model, probably sharing chassis and 1200cc parallel-twin engine with the Bobber, but with a pillion seat and grabrail. Triumph sources have…

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Triumph’s gift to cancer sufferer

Triumph’s gift to cancer sufferer CANCER sufferer Phil Green went to yesterday’s Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride in London expecting to borrow a one-off custom Bonneville made especially for the men’s health charity event. But Triumph surprised the A&E nurse, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer seven years ago, by telling him it was his to keep. Triumph’s brand manager Miles Perkins presented Phil, 50, with the bike in a speech before the ride. Phil (above, with the bike) said: “They say we’re here for our fathers, our brothers and our friends. I’m here for…

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One More Ride: Fred and the Craft of Motorcycle Meditations | Rider’s Library Review

One More Ride: Fred and the Craft of Motorcycle Meditations | Rider’s Library Review Fred Milverstedt’s “One More Ride” tells of great and not-so-great motorcycle adventures that are crisp, vivid and fun to read. The post One More Ride: Fred and the Craft of Motorcycle Meditations | Rider’s Library Review appeared first on Ultimate Motorcycling. One More Ride: Fred and the Craft of Motorcycle Meditations | Rider’s Library Review Ultimate Motorcycling

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Motorcyclist rides through extreme storm and instantly regrets it

Motorcyclist rides through extreme storm and instantly regrets it WEATHER like this is usually served with a warning and a ‘try to avoid’ notice. In fact, multiple cars can be seen in stand-still with their hazard lights on, under the shelter of the bridge… But that means nothing to this rider, who rides straight through the storm, battling it head-on. By the looks of it, this involved crashing winds, raindrops that probably felt like stones and serious lack of vision. Remembering that visors unfortunately don’t have wipers, we can only…

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Harley’s Krawiec Dominates Maple Grove Raceway: 71-Point Lead

Harley’s Krawiec Dominates Maple Grove Raceway: 71-Point Lead Harley-Davidson’s Ed Krawiec claimed his third-straight win at Maple Grove Raceway, and extended his 2017 lead in the Pro Stock Motorcycle class. The post Harley’s Krawiec Dominates Maple Grove Raceway: 71-Point Lead appeared first on Ultimate Motorcycling. Harley’s Krawiec Dominates Maple Grove Raceway: 71-Point Lead Ultimate Motorcycling

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Spectators injured in two crashes at Oliver’s Mount

Spectators injured in two crashes at Oliver’s Mount   A NUMBER of spectators were injured in two separate crashes at crash at Oliver’s Mount yesterday. The road racing event was cancelled and two casualties airlifted to hospital after the second crash at around 1.45pm. Both crashes happened at the same spot, known as Drury’s Hairpin. The first, at around 10.45am, saw a reported six people injured when a bike left the course during a qualifying session. Three casualties were taken to hospital by ambulance, two of them airlifted. One was…

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