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Francis Ooi's Classic Bike Art

Anything But Ugly Motos

Image: Ugly Moto
As meticulous in its detail as it is arresting in its aesthetic, Francis’ Ooi’s classic racing bike art, going by the brand Ugly Moto, is absolutely gorgeous.

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Photo Gallery: “The Man” makes history at Laguna Seca

It was The Man’s 285th time at attacking a circuit in racing anger. It was The Man’s 225th start of a MotoGP race. It was The Man’s 181st Podium. It was The Man’s 145th MotoGP …

Suzuki RG500

Top 10: 500cc Grand Prix Production Racers

One of the most popular subjects in MotoGP news and gossip over the past months has been the possibility of the so called “Production Racers” returning to the series blue ribbon class and counteracting the …


Video: Celebrating Jarno Saarinen

“I think there are many people who will never get so many good memories in all their life”
Here is another cracker video from Antti Kalhola celebrating the life of the legendary 1972 250cc World Champions, …

wayne gardner

Trailer: The Unrideables

During the the glory days of 500cc racing in the 1980s and early 199os, two stroke 500cc Grand Prix bikes produced 160 HP and weighed just 120kg. Men like Kevin Schwants, Wayne Gardner, Wayne Rainey, …

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Video: Vintage Motocross with Jamie and Wes on RideApart

I like the enthusiasm Jamie and Wes have for motorcycling, you can see they genuinely love riding. In this latest episode of RideApart the guys go VMX racing on big, gnarly old two-stroke big bore …


Legends: Takazumi Katayama

Takazumi Katayama was different. Born in Korea in April 1951, he spent more than a decade racing in Europe, rode works machines for two factories and in 1977 became Japan’s first world Grand Prix champion.