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12 Laguna Seca United States 2012 MotoGP
22 Catalunya 2012 MotoGP
21 Le Mans France 2012 MotoGP
20 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2012 MotoGP
13 Jerez Spain 2012 MotoGP
16 Losail Circuit Qatar 2012 MotoGP
12 Losail Circuit Qatar 2012 MotoGP
39 Phillip Island Australia 2011 MotoGP
10 Motegi Japan 2011 MotoGP
26 Laguna Seca United States 2011 MotoGP
42 Le Mans France 2011 MotoGP
40 Le Mans France 2011 MotoGP
8 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2010 MotoGP
15 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2010 MotoGP
7 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2009 MotoGP
11 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2009 MotoGP
16 Laguna Seca United States 2009 MotoGP
23 Jerez Spain 2009 MotoGP
7 Indianapolis 2008 MotoGP
5 Donington Park Great Britain 2008 MotoGP
11 Catalunya 2008 MotoGP
4 Le Mans France 2008 MotoGP
17 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2007 MotoGP
13 Misano Circuit San Marino 2007 MotoGP
 

ASK KEVIN: Why Doesn't Anybody Produce a Square Four Engine? A query from a man who greatly admires the Ariel Square Four.

ASK KEVIN: Why Doesn't Anybody Produce a Square Four Engine? A query from a man who greatly admires the Ariel Square Four.

QUESTION: I have admired the Ariel Square Four engine for a long time. Has a manufacturer produced a Square Four since? If not, why? Bob Kelly Denver, Colorado ANSWER: They certainly are attractive from the standpoint of balance. Liquid-cooled 500cc Grand Prix two-strokes have been built this...

Published on July 11 2015, 18:41
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

The CB's an impeccable fair-weather friend. Fat torque right off idle and a perfectly nice place for two to sit make it completely easy to ride. Egan may have had a point in his July Leanings: It does take a while for nostalgia to kick in. We've seen bikes like the new CB1100 before. In the... 

QUESTION: Why do air-cooled motors generate more emissions than water-cooled ones? Why can't they just engineer cooler and cleaner air-cooled engines to meet the new emissions regulations? Silas B. Laubmann Atlanta, GA ANSWER: Differences between air- and water-cooled engines have been with us a... 

Dear MOby, I really enjoyed watching the Isle of Man on TV last week (and reading Andrew Capone's coverage on MO); so did my GF, who's only recently been aware of motorcycle roadracing and is rapidly turning into a fan. She asked a question that hadn't ever occurred to me: Why are there Ducatis... 

Industrial design is not a commonly known, much less well understood, profession. To some it suggests arranging equipment inside factories, to others it means some kind of product engineering. In reality it is the search for, and expression of, human satisfaction in inanimate objects that are... 

From the August 2006 issue of Cycle World. Los Angeles is a big, beautiful, busy city–emphasis on big and busy. County-wide stats claim 10.2 million residents and 7.5 million registered vehicles. On the congested arteries paving the way here and there, it's tough going day and night. Best be on... 

If any category of motorcycling best represents the all-American "bigger is better" mentality, the cruiser segment is it. For 2002, Honda took this theme to heart with the introduction of the VTX1800, and for this week's Church feature we travel back 13 years and revisit the 1800′s press intro... 

We're willing to bet that most off-road enthusiasts are acutely aware of this by now, but in case you haven't heard, two-stroke off-road vehicles manufactured after January 1, 1997 are now prohibited from operation on public lands in California. For those of you operating two-stroke machinery...