Isle Of Man TT

Marc Marquez and Taka Nakagami unveil 30th anniversary Fireblade

Honda introduced the original CBR900R Fireblade to the world at the end of 1991. Months later, in February 1992, Idemitsu Honda rider Takaaki Nakagami was born. A year later, in February 1993, six-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez followed suit. With all three pushing 30 years, Honda, Taka and Marquez are …

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The 1927 Triumph Isle of Man TT motorcycle runs under …

A rare 1927 factory Triumph that has already raced at the Isle of Man TT will be under the hammer in a few months, as the bike will be the star of the Silverstone Auctions Motorcycle Show in London. The bike is in good weather warp condition, with battle scars …

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These are the 10 coolest motorcycles in Ewan McGregor’s collection

Obi-Wan Kenobi is one of the most famous and revered fictional characters in the Star Wars franchise. Jedi Master in the original trilogy, Obi-Wan was however a protagonist in the earlier trilogy released later, and the role was played by the extremely talented Scottish actor Ewan McGregor. Impressively, for McGregor, …

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Know some bike racing games that you can play on PC

With the rise of digitization, video games have essentially been improved to provide the gamer with a more intuitive interactive experience. As technology advances, the need for human life changes. Life has become complex, so the choices have become easier than ever. Consider the act of playing video games; even …

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New photo book features Lisburn biker Tom Herron

Tom Herron and Alex George at the 1976 TT 250 Lightweight Start Derek McIntyre, a famous motorcycle photographer, has often been described as a road racing photographer ahead of his time. The photographic collection spans 55 years, from 1966 to 2021, with many images first published in this new 234-page …

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Norton: recent app shows company request to change name

Well that was fun news to find out as I was drinking my gallon of caffeine in the morning. The UK government’s Company Names Court website appears to hold a claim from Norton Motorcycle Racing Ltd. – and they ask for a change of company name. Let’s talk about it. …

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This impeccable 1989 Honda GB500 tourist trophy will make you weak to the knees

If you ask me, the GB500 Tourist Trophy is one of the finest café racers of all time, period. Honda’s stunner is inspired by the machines participating in the Isle of Man TT gnarled race, and those lucky enough to ride it seem to genuinely appreciate its nimble handling. In …

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Meet Dot Motorcycles, the latest revival of the British motorcycle brand

A large number of hopeful OEMs have followed one another in the 120 years that have passed since the invention of motorcycles. Some have disappeared, never to hear from them again. Longing is a powerful thing, however. This is surely one of the reasons why so many modern hands have …

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Irish Motorbike Awards confirmed for return to Belfast in January

Hosted as a virtual event last January due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Irish Motorbike Awards, sponsored by Adelaide Motorbike Insurance Services, will return to a more familiar environment at the Crowne Plaza hotel on Friday, January 21. Six-time Superbike World Champion Jonathan Rea has been named Irish Motorcyclist of the …

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The latest Storm Barra was the roof ripped off a building on the Isle of Man and Manchester’s Chill Factore

Strong winds and rain ripped off the roof of a property on the Isle of Man, as the region battles its second severe storm in two weeks. A yellow weather warning is in place with strong winds, heavy rain and snow expected across the UK. Strong gales of up to …

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Guy Martin swept aside a “spectacular” accident that broke his back: “It wasn’t so bad! “| Television and radio | Show biz & TV

The former motorcycle racer, 40, returned last night for another episode of ‘Guy’s Garage’ on Channel 4. Guy, who trained as a heavy vehicle mechanic, modifies a Land Rover Defender for episode three from the Serie. Gasoline turns the vehicle into a speed machine capable of reaching up to 100 …

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TT improves but Manx and Classic stretch

05.12.2021 | Robin miller | TT and roads Anstey was on fire tonight As team owners and riders absorbed the most detailed and revolutionary set of proposals that will transform the TT as we know it now, these are other ideas on display in the Isle of Man examiner which …

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For Flying Fords, you can’t beat the Manx.

Our time machine goes back to the year 1979 tinged with nostalgia and Kodachrome, dropping us on a small spit of land in the Irish Sea, the Isle of Man. You will know without a doubt that this island is the birthplace of the TT, the annual crazy motorcycle rally …

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Grandstand testing center moves to TT |

Mobile coronavirus testing facility – Print and digital download photos available The Minister of Enterprise confirmed that every effort is being made to ensure that the TT proceeds as hoped next year. The annual motorsport festival has not been able to take place for the past two years due to …

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John McGuinness signs with Honda Racing for the 2022 Isle of Man TT

As revealed in the newsletter earlier this month, the Morecambe man will make a 100th start next year on the Fireblade CBR1000RR-R as the TT gears up for a comeback for the first time since 2019 at the series of consecutive cancellations in 2020 and again this year due to …

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Mike Browne targets Isle of Man TT joy with Team Burrows

Mike Browne of Cork will fly solo in 2022 as he spearheads the Irish road racing assault of the Northern Ireland team Burrows Engineering / RK Racing. Rowne joined Co Tyrone’s squad – led by former frontrunner Burrows – in 2020, but the 31-year-old has had few opportunities to shine …

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Guy Martin and his 52 Express aim to break a land speed record

Guy Martin is one of the most intrepid men on the planet. The daredevil motorcycle racer has competed for years in the Isle of Man TT, perhaps the most dangerous motorcycle race in the world. Unfortunately, he never won the incredible race, despite having come so close on numerous occasions. …

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British video game industry legend David Lawson dies

David Lawson, the British video game giant who co-founded Imagine Software and Psygnosis, died aged 62 in August, according to Eurogamer. Lawson co-founded Imagine Software in 1982 at the age of 23, where he found great success with the boom in the UK games industry. In its first year, Imagine …

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Americade 2021 Rally Report | Rider’s magazine

One of the guided rides at Americade was the Lake Placid Adventure, which included a stop at Whiteface Mountain in the Adirondacks. (Photos by author and Andy DeLivron) One of the many downsides of the pandemic has been the cancellation of motorcycle rallies and other events. Americade, billed as the …

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Guy Martin – how a humble boy from Lincolnshire made his name

Guy Martin’s name is familiar to most of Britain at this point, whether it’s his crazy attempts to break records or his career as a professional motorcycle racer. From his attempt to break the land speed record to his latest efforts to create the best motocross track in the country, …

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Isle of Man is looking for young professionals with a ‘Shoreditch’ makeover

The walls of Douglas and Port St Mary were daubed with brightly colored murals, the shelters on Ramsey Promenade were newly decorated, and the town’s public restrooms were given an artistic makeover as part of a raft of comissons on the island. Planning rules state that the design should be …

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John McGuinness set to shake things up for 2022 Isle …

John McGuinness will look to continue his remarkable Isle of Man TT record of success in 2022 with a surprise return to the Honda works team, it has been reported. The second most successful rider to ever face the road racing festival, McGuinness currently holds 23 Mountain Course wins, just …

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Visit of the Norton factory and interview with the CEO: can a famous name resurrect? – Geoff Hill

Norton. A name that has always stirred the soul, but more recently has aroused anger and bitterness. Ironically, a very British motorcyclist name can now rise from the ashes of a financial scandal thanks to Indian money and a German doctor. The company’s glory days began with its first TT …

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Norton announces the start of a new era as …

Norton Motorcycles looks to a brighter future with fervent optimism after officially announcing its new era under new leadership with the opening of its new plant and headquarters in Solihull. The legendary British brand is on the road to recovery after nearly collapsing in February 2020 amid rising debt and …

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Archives Chronicle – Cycle News

Laurent Laurent | November 7, 2021 Cycle news Archives COLUMN This Cycle news The Archives column is a reprint of the April 2, 2008 issue. CN has hundreds of past Archives columns in our files, too intended to be archives themselves. So to prevent this from happening, in the future …

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Norton V4SV superbike unveiled around the world

Norton Motorcycles, which was acquired by TVS Motor Company last year, claims the V4SV is the most luxurious British superbike ever. Norton Motorcycles has unveiled its latest product globally called V4SV. The company claims it is the most luxurious British superbike ever. It has two color options – Manx and …

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Celebrating 100 Years of Suzuki

The year 1920 was a busy one. The League of Nations was founded, the island of Ireland was divided and the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe horse race was organized for the first time. Meanwhile, in Japan, a company that supplied machinery for Japan’s huge silk industry was formed. This …

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Isle of Man: Mystery of the Wild Wallabies

Play video Article and video report by Isle of Man journalist Joshua Stokes. The Isle of Man is widely known for its “tax haven” status and world-famous TT racing, but what few people know is its vast wildlife. These include hundreds of wild wallabies roaming mainly in the north of …

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Biker dies on Isle of Man TT killer road

A biker has died in a crash on the deadly Isle of Man TT racing road – just 10 minutes after meeting his father for the first time in 35 years. Paul Cowell, 56, was killed instantly after colliding with a motorhome on the notoriously dangerous road just moments after …

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Hero will launch Pleasure Plus update soon

Posted on 05 Oct 2021 3:53:00 PM The Hero Pleasure Plus will receive a new Bluetooth enabled instrument cluster. Hero MotoCorp has released an updated Pleasure Plus scooter teaser video that gives us a preview of a few features. Hero is expected to launch the updated Pleasure Plus during the …

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Tork Motors T6X electric bike soon to be launched

Posted 04 Oct 2021 3:38:00 PM The Tork T6X will be manufactured at the company’s new factory in Pune. In 2016, Tork Motors, the Pune-based electric vehicle start-up, announced it was opening pre-bookings for its highly anticipated T6X Electric Motorcycle. Things fell silent a short time later. Company founder says …

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Back to the Triumph Daytona

After John Bloor bought and resurrected Triumph, his first assignment was to show that his new company wouldn’t make the same obsolete motorcycles that made them infamous at the time. Partly because the runners got stuck in the road, fighting with nasty electronic components while oil dripped off their shoes. …

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10 coolest vintage motorcycles we need in our garage

Very few things embody the word freedom like a motorcycle does. This outdoor ability to defy gravity and maintain balance at the same time is simply unmatched, bonus points if you ride a vintage bike. There is something inexplicably elegant about riding a vintage motorcycle. Maybe it is the feeling …

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Binch Racing is back in force after blockages

Zak Corderoy with team boss Dave Binch. Former semi-professional rider Dave Binch runs the show with several members of his team living and working in the Mansfield area. They compete in the British Superbike Championship in the Stock 600 class (Pirelli National Junior Superstock), currently competing with Oxford-based Zak Corderoy, …

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Classic bikes all the way at Croft this weekend

Classic Racing Motorcycle Club – Saturday October 2 and Sunday October 3, 2021 The Classic Racing Motorcycle Club returns to the Croft Circuit this next weekend (2/3 October) with a full program of on and off track attractions with solo and sidecar machines recreating the classic and post-classic racing scene …

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2022 Kawasaki Z650RS full reveal and specs

2022 Kawasaki Z650RS After a series of short “Retrovolution” teaser videos that leaked over the past month and which culminated overnight in a official launch presentation video, Kawasaki has finally unveiled the beautiful new Z650RS in all its glory. 2022 Kawasaki Z650RS Designed to be a more accessible option for …

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Royal Enfield Continental GT Cup 2021

The 2021 Royal Enfield Continental GT Cup was announced today. Registrations for this racing championship are open on the official Royal Enfield website. The Royal Enfield Continental GT Cup 2021 is a unique retro track racing initiative that was launched to give drivers the chance to compete in a single-make …

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10 quick facts about John McGuinness

The “Missile Morecambe”, John McGuinness is a legendary English biker from the Isle of Man TT. Born April 16, 1972 in Morecambe, Lancashire, England, McGuinness has always been around bikes because his father owned a motorcycle repair shop. However, after graduating in 1990 and due to the recession, McGuinness would …

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Howard Quayle: Isle of Man Chief Minister on his cult “Howard o-clock” movement and “bewilderment” at PM’s underwater roundabout | Politics News

“It’s Howard o’clock” has become a catchphrase used on swimsuits, t-shirts, bags, mugs, wine bottles and, even, has evolved into a monopoly-style drinking game. But at the same time Isle of man Chief Minister Howard Quayle may have become an almost cult figure during the COVID crisis, he also worked …

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Isle of Man general election: who’s running?

The Isle of Man is divided into 12 constituencies, each with two elected members of the House of Keys or “MHK”. This constitutes the 24 MHK which sit in Tynwald. Below is a list of all constituencies and the 65 candidates hoping to be elected to the House of Keys …

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8 facts about Guy Martin

There is no particularly precise way to describe former British motorcycle rider Guy Martin. So eclectic that you just couldn’t enclose it or even label it appropriately. Better yet, Martin isn’t even trying to be a mystic or anything like that, he’s just himself. A strange minimalist, Martin doesn’t watch …

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Alastair Seeley in search of titles in Kirkistown

The event will be the fourth round in the series, which is currently set to take place over six rounds after the Mid Antrim Club stepped in to host the final in Bishopscourt on October 2, following the cancellation of St Angelo’s reunion in Enniskillen. . Carrick’s Alastair Seeley was …

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Together with the associated company Tork Motors, Bharat Forge announced its intention to enter the fast growing electric vehicle market in India.

One of the world’s leading forgings makers, Bharat Forge, which is the flagship company of Indian billionaire Baba Kalyani, recently announced plans to join the country’s electric vehicle (EV) revolution. The company, best known for producing auto parts that are exported around the world, has announced plans to produce electric …

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