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16 Phillip Island Australia 2012 MotoGP
13 Phillip Island Australia 2012 MotoGP
39 Phillip Island Australia 2011 MotoGP
1 Aragon 2011 MotoGP
28 Misano Circuit San Marino 2011 MotoGP
39 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2011 MotoGP
15 Indianapolis 2010 MotoGP
7 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2009 MotoGP
14 Jerez Spain 2009 MotoGP
7 Indianapolis 2008 MotoGP
11 Catalunya 2008 MotoGP
8 Phillip Island Australia 2007 MotoGP
17 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2007 MotoGP
13 Misano Circuit San Marino 2007 MotoGP
12 Laguna Seca United States 2007 MotoGP
59 Jerez Spain 2007 MotoGP
31 Losail Circuit Qatar 2007 MotoGP
13 Valencia 2006 MotoGP
17 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2006 MotoGP
2 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2006 MotoGP
13 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2006 MotoGP
16 Sachsenring Germany 2006 MotoGP
16 Donington Park Great Britain 2006 MotoGP
31 Donington Park Great Britain 2005 MotoGP
 

1997 Bimota 500 V Due

1997 Bimota 500 V Due

Hello and welcome to yet another installment of the Church of MO. Every Sunday we'll take a look back in the MO vault for stories, maybe forgotten, deserving of revival. For this, our second week, we pay homage to the 1997 Bimota 500 V Due, one of the last two-stroke production motorcycles to be...

Published on February 10 2014, 16:16
Source: www.motorcycle.com
 

Early next year a milestone will be written into the history books when series production starts on the first two-stroke motorcycle in more than 10 years to meet the EPA requirements of all 50 states in the USA, and anywhere else in the world for that matter. And what a motorcycle it will be.... 

Shock o' the Show: Best known for its lowly runabouts or more recently a Suzuki 800-powered V-Twin standard (about as ho-hum as it sounds), Germany's Sachs stunned show-goers with its Beast concept bike, a minimalist engine-as-frame exercise that's about as wide as a 2×4. This one doesn't run,... 

"Newbie riders should simply skip the TL and go straight to the morgue." Not sure why you can only pull up part of so many old MO stories, but the Lord works in mysterious ways. In any case, we've come a long way in 20 years. Not sure where the Ducati is that should be included here, but not... 

It doesn�t take long to be intimidated by the outrageous Desmosedici RR. If the stratospheric $72.5K price tag doesn�t get you, the menacing mechanical cacophony upon start-up will. Observers are sucker-punched straight into the gut, and the beautiful racket portends an experience unlike any...