Motor Sport has posted a YouTube video in which multi-time World champ Freddie Spencer discusses the Austrian MotoGP round, insights into various riders and factories.
It is particularly interesting when he discusses the fight
Superbikes from the halcyon days of this iconic era and relive when factory riders such as Wayne Rainey, Eddie Lawson, Freddie Spencer, and Wes Cooley piloted the most powerful liter bikes of the day. These bikes were rolled off the showroom floor
legends that includes MotoAmerica race director Doug Chandler and rider representative Thomas Stevens, Scott Russell, Miguel Duhamel, Freddie Spencer, Mat Mladin, Anthony Gobert, Ben and Eric Bostrom, Nicky and Roger Hayden, Aaron Yates, beIN Sports race
, our head fabricator and I have a penchant for the mid-80's to mid-90's GP bikes of Freddie Spencer, Wayne Rainey, Kenny Roberts, Kevin Schwantz and many others. Those big bulky fiberglass fairings and swooping bodywork made for a
Honda CT-70 – Steve Mast
HVA Preservation Award: 1920 Indian Streamliner – Clyde Crouch
Significance in Racing Award: 1981 Freddie Spencer's Factory Honda Racing NS-750 Flat Tracker – Anthony Giammanco
Why We Ride Award: 1970 Indian Little Indian
Freddie Spencer did not disappoint. As I and the other attendees arrived at the restaurant, he greeted us warmly and was quick
in AFT Singles, Bubba Blackwell's motorcycle jump over 14 cars during opening ceremonies, the presence of Daytona legend 'Fast Freddie' Spencer as the DAYTONA TT's Grand Marshal, plus the rider autograph session and the Bigger, Better, and Faster DAYTONA
ChampSchool is the famed two-day training curriculum that evolved from the Freddie Spencer High Performance Riding School in the '90s, based on what we call "Champions Habits". "Champions Habits" are the techniques
back when men were men, and there were some of the biggest names in the sport, such as Wayne Gardner, Freddie Spencer, and Kenny Roberts Sr.
A four-time runner-up in the 500GP Championship, Randy Mamola retired from motorcycle racing in
YCRS is the evolution of the Freddie Spencer High-Performance Riding School and is led by former racer, author, and right-hand man of