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The 2015 Glemseck 101 is coming! As with previous years the event, which has been hailed as one of the biggest custom and classic motorcycle gatherings in Europe, is taking place on September 4th, 5th and 6th in Leonberg, Germany and it's going to be huge. This years 1/8th mile 'Sprint' race...

Published on August 8 2015, 13:16
Source: www.returnofthecaferacers.com
 

There's an intriguing rivalry about to take place at Glemseck 101 on September 6. Thanks to its success in previous years the Lucky Cat Garage Sprintbeemer has become the bike to beat during the events 1/8th mile sprint races. Séb Lorentz of Lucky Cat Garage has remained unbeaten since his bike... 

Marty Dickerson on his Rapide in 1953 at the Bonneville Salt Flats In 1948, an eighteen year old walked into 'Mickey' Martin's Burbank Vincent-HRD dealership, putting a cash deposit on the $1120 sale price of a new 'Series B' Touring Rapide, starting a payment plan on what was then the most... 

It's been 2 months since my feature about the workshops that were gearing up to challenge Lucky Cat Garage's 'Sprintbeemer' in the 1/8th mile races at Glemseck 101. Since the race took place I've been eagerly awaiting details and photos of the bike that finally "killed the cat" to be released...