Category: Motorcycle Racing

King Kenny at Donington in ’81 on the rotary valve square-4 OW54

King Kenny at Donington in ’81 on the rotary valve square-4 OW54 – a knee-jerk reaction to Suzi’s faster RG and by royal proclamation ‘a total disaster’. In reality tho’, Yam never saw the ill-handling 500 as anythin…

TR750 XR11 – the Flexi Flier, first raced at Daytona in ’72

TR750 XR11 – the Flexi Flier, first raced at Daytona in ’72. The overstressed early bikes were about as reliable as a politician’s promise, but when it kept going the Kettle racer had plenty of steam and it remained in front-line work…

The Balls Out Heroes of Board Track Racing History

A brief history of board track Motordrome cycle racing in the United States. The awesome sound track is Hugo Race & True Spirit preforming “Girl called Sunset” recorded Live in Zaklad Karny (maximum security prison), Wolow, Poland, October 20, 2009. The second track, also from Hugo Race was recorded with Dirt Music (Chris Eckman & Chris Brokaw) is called “Niger Sundown”. You can find out more about Hugo at his website:
http://www.hugorace.com.au

Bill Warner

Bill Warner, 44, of Wimauma, Fla., was clocked at 285 mph before he lost control. It was unclear how fast the motorcycle was traveling when it veered off the paved runway and crashed, said...