Isle Of Man TT

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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