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PHOTO ESSAY: Sturgis by iPhone Is it possible to have too much of a good thing? No. I mean yes. Wait, I don't know.

PHOTO ESSAY: Sturgis by iPhone Is it possible to have too much of a good thing? No. I mean yes. Wait, I don't know.

The event began in 1938 as the Black Hills Classic, but missed two years due a rather large war, making this the 75th Sturgis Rally. What follows is a short photo essay of things seen at the event. Even though every image here was taken on public streets, you might want to consider that this...

Published on August 19 2015, 11:35
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

I'm fortunate to have seen and ridden lots of insanely well prepared bikes built by some amazing people. Builders like Chris Geiter, Mike Worshum, Mike Belcher; creators like John Britten, Michael Czysz; tuners like Steve Biganski, Kent Stotz, Steve Johnson, Carry Andrew...all of these men... 

Marc Marquez is just starting to let the mask slip. Asked in the press conference about the fact that he will start from pole at Le Mans, despite this weekend being the first time he has ridden a MotoGP bike at the French track, Marquez admitted he always has to play down his chances ahead of... 

The events of the previous MotoGP race at Aragon look set to have a major impact on tracks around the world in the near future. The crashes by Valentino Rossi and Andrea Iannone, both of whom lost control of their bikes when they hit the still wet astroturf which lines the outside of the outer... 

In a recent post on CycleWorld.com, Maria Guidotti asked several top MotoGP riders how they'd feel about a return to 500cc two-strokes in, say, 2017. A few realists dismissed the question, but most others expressed curiosity and willingness to have a go. In any era, there are always romantics... 

Is there such a thing as an Alien? The provenance of the term is uncertain, though most people believe that it was coined by Colin Edwards in 2009, after he kept finishing in fifth place behind Valentino Rossi, Casey Stoner, Jorge Lorenzo, and Dani Pedrosa. Whatever he tried, he could not stay... 

It seems safe to say we are living in a new Golden Age of MotoGP. The stomach-churning tension of 2015 was followed by an unimaginably wild 2016 season, the racing turned on its head by the combination of Michelin's first season back in MotoGP and the switch to fully spec Magneti Marelli... 

It is terribly fashionable in some circles to regard Dorna as a blight on the face of motorcycle racing. Their alleged crimes are both heinous and manifold. They have dumbed down the sport by exerting an ever tighter grip over the technical regulations. They killed off the two-strokes in favor...