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1971 Champion Spark Plug 250

It was to be the motorcycle race to top all motorcycle races in America. The start of Heat 1, with BSA rider John Cooper, No. 28, at the left of the photo, and Yvon duHamel, No. 11, farther left (top). Yvon duHamel leads the pack early in Heat 1 of the Champion Spark Plug 250(bottom).The 1971 ...

Take it to the Limit: A Motorcycle Documentary with No Bounds

The original movie poster.On Any Sunday probably registered first in your mind as one of those films, but if you weren’t part of the motorcycle scene during the early 1980s you may not be familiar with the other title, Take It To The Limit, produced and directed by expatriated Englishman ...

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The First Ninja — Bike #0001

By 1980 Yamaha Corporation made it clear that its Tuning Fork brand aspired to be the No. 1 motorcycle company in the world. Honda Motor Corp., ichiban since the 1960s, confidently accepted that challenge, and like a pair of heavyweight sumo wrestlers the two corporate giants locked arms, ...

2019 Ride ’Em, Don’t Hide ’Em Getaway

  Riders gathered for a photo near the Oakland B&O Railroad Museum in Oakland, Md., just visible in the background.Way back in August 2016, we invited readers to join us at Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Pennsylvania for the very first Ride 'Em, Don't Hide 'Em Getaway. More than 80 ...

Dain Gingerelli Joins Our Ride ‘Em, Don’t Hide ‘Em Getaway

Racer, writer, editor and all-around motorcycle enthusiast Dain Gingerelli will join us as our special guest for the 4th Annual Motorcycle Classics Ride ’Em, Don’t Hide ’Em Getaway at Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Seven Springs, Pennsylvania, Aug. 9-11, 2019. Regular readers will ...

New e-Book from Dain Gingerelli

Motors For Nothing (Kicks For Free) is not a typical motorcycle book. It's a non-fiction anthology by motorcycle journalist, racer and enthusiast Dain Gingerelli about the bikes he's ridden, raced, tested, and even crashed, since he took up the two-wheel sport in 1965.The book has its origins ...

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