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10 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE INDY S...

Mar 15, 2015Comments off1312 Views

You will agree with every one of them

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JODY’S SCRAPBOOK: ‘TIS THE SEAS...

Nov 30, 2014Comments off5722 Views

You can't relive the past, but you can visit it

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JODY’S TEST RIDER CHRONICLES: MY LIFE...

May 02, 2014Comments off1638 Views

"I came, I saw, I decided to stay for 40 years"

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RUMORS, GOSSIP & UNFOUNDED TRUTHS: ALL...

Feb 04, 2014Comments off1225 Views

                        EVER WONDER WHAT HAPPENED TO MONTESA? LET HONDA TELL YOU Honda will bring in a limited

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CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1974 MONTESA 250VR ...

Sep 04, 2013Comments off1766 Views

By Tom White Montesa was formed in 1944 by Pedro Permanyer and Francisco Bulto (who later formed Bultaco). They built their first batch of machines

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CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1971 RICKMAN ZUNDAP...

Apr 02, 2013Comments off1836 Views

  By Tom White British Grand Prix stars Don and Derek Rickman manufactured eponymous motorcycles from 1960 to 1975. Although the Rickman brothers originally focused

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MOTOCROSS ACTION’S MID-WEEK REPORT: (...

Dec 26, 2011Comments off334 Views

By John Minert MXA INTERVIEW: ANDREW SHORT Even though he’s coming from KTM, Short is a veteran on Honda and the professional circuit. Andrew Short

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CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1967 MONTESA 250 LA...

Dec 06, 2011Comments off686 Views

By Tom White Montesa was formed in 1944 by Pedro Permanyer and Francisco Bulto (who later formed Bultaco). In 1963, American entrepreneur Kim Kimball, in

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CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1968 BULTACO 360 EL...

Dec 05, 2011Comments off1443 Views

By Tom White By the late 1960's, many of the European motocross manufacturers had started building larger-bore two-stroke machines to compete in the premier 500cc

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CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1965 RICKMAN BULTAC...

Dec 05, 2011Comments off1319 Views

By Tom White British brothers Don and Derek Rickman, as both Bultaco importers and top Grand Prix riders, helped forge the Spanish company's growth in