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2 Misano Circuit San Marino 2012 MotoGP
21 Mugello Italy 2012 MotoGP
25 Catalunya 2012 MotoGP
2 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2012 MotoGP
23 Phillip Island Australia 2011 MotoGP
17 Aragon 2011 MotoGP
25 Indianapolis 2011 MotoGP
25 Brno Czech Republic 2011 MotoGP
26 Laguna Seca United States 2011 MotoGP
7 Assen Netherlands 2011 MotoGP
16 Indianapolis 2010 MotoGP
20 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2010 MotoGP
6 Catalunya 2010 MotoGP
15 Mugello Italy 2010 MotoGP
32 Jerez Spain 2010 MotoGP
11 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2009 MotoGP
24 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2009 MotoGP
2 Misano Circuit San Marino 2009 MotoGP
4 Donington Park Great Britain 2009 MotoGP
3 Le Mans France 2009 MotoGP
5 Brno Czech Republic 2008 MotoGP
10 Brno Czech Republic 2008 MotoGP
3 Mugello Italy 2008 MotoGP
3 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2008 MotoGP
 

IENATSCH TUESDAY: TZ750s on the Bench, on the Track This weekend, I'll be racing one of my all-time favorite bikes—a Yamaha TZ750.

IENATSCH TUESDAY: TZ750s on the Bench, on the Track This weekend, I'll be racing one of my all-time favorite bikes—a Yamaha TZ750.

Mike Himmelsbach on the Russ Bigley TZ750 at Phillip Island last year. The AMA veteran ran as high as 6th in the main event. And to the right, my TZ750 "streetbike" being reprepped after sitting for 12 years as a piece of art. The two-stroke vibes traveled across the country, and Bigley had a...

Published on July 8 2015, 21:21
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

The on-track action at the Classic is the most hotly contested vintage racing in the world, but off the track has huge pull too. Tens of thousands of fans attend the Phillip Island race where carburetors outnumber fuel-injection units, the timing of points is still a necessity and truing spoked... 

What body type are you? Mesomorph, ectomorph, or endomorph? Me...I'm a skinnybastomorph. In fact, my wife has prohibited me from offering dietary advice to anyone at any time because she knows I can eat whatever, whenever, and still stay skinny. Not many skinnybastomorphs out there and I see the... 

At some point, we riders would like to be crash-proof. Our experience finally exposes us to every variable and we never crash again due to our physical and mental approach to the sport. We've either covered enough miles or studied the sport hard enough to grasp all facets of the danger. No more...