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1. Mike Hailwood | AMA Motorcycle Museum Hall of Fame
Mike Hailwood Inducted to the Motorcycle Museum's Hall of Fame 2000 1964 500cc American Grand Prix winner at Daytona. | Mike Hailwood's racing resume is impressive enough: nine-time World Champion, winner of 76 career Grands Prix, and 14-time winner of the legendary Isle of Man TT. But Hailwood was much more than simple statistics to a world of motorcycle racing fans. To many he was the greates...
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2. Casey Stoner #27
Almost nothing on the site, just an advert for a book. Casey Stoner: Pushing the Limits For the first time ever, two-time World MotoGP champion Casey Stoner will open up and tell his story.
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3. Colin Edwards - 2002 World SuperBike Champion
On Sunday July 14 Colin Edwards finished third in the opening race at Laguna Seca, USA ­ his dream of a home round double victory had disappeared. He now trailed championship leader Troy Bayliss by a worrying 58 points. But, by 4.10pm that day Edwards had set the tone which was to be the trademark of his 2002 world title success
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4. Coupes Moto Légende
Le plus grand rassemblement de motos de collection et d'exception Legends of Motorcycle Racing
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5. Freddie Spencer
Freddie Spencer Inducted to the Motorcycle Museum's Hall of Fame 1999 1983, '85 500cc World Road Racing Champion.
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6. JARNO SAARINEN | Murray Barnard
by, Murray Barnard Jarno’s death, along with that of Renzo Pasolini at Monza on 20 May 1973 was a great tragedy which appalled the motorcycling world. Rarely has one man received such adulation and achieved so much on the race track in such a short time. Jarno died on the race track doing what he always did, riding 10/10ths. But, he died unnecessarily and in doing so the world lost a larger than life motorcycling celebrity. Jarno only rode in 3 GP seasons and at the time he seemed invincible.
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7. Kevin Schwantz
The Official Kevin Schwantz Web Site. Chronicaling the career of the 1993 World Grand Prix Motorcycle Champion.
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8. Kevin Schwantz | AMA Hall of Fame
Kevin Schwantz Inducted to the Motorcycle Museum's Hall of Fame 1999 1993 500cc World Road Racing Champion 1988 Daytona 200 Winner | Kevin Schwantz came out of Texas and quickly rocketed to prominence as one of America’s best road racers during the mid-1980s. By the late 1980s, Schwantz moved to international competition in the 500cc Grand Prix World Championships. He was a perennial top ri...
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9. Max Biaggi
Very average site. Menu is in top left corner. 2014/07
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10. Mick Doohan
Five consecutive World Championships Only one other rider ever achieved that - the great Agostini himself This is Micheal Doohan's official site, featuring a history of his performance, a gallery of past events, and much much more.
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11. Mike Hailwood | Isle of Man TT website
One of the most successful TT riders of all time, Hailwood was regarded by many as the greatest rider ever to race on the Mountain Circuit. His fans worshipped him and he repaid them with an 18-year career which was nothing short of awe-inspiring. During his incredible reign ‘Mike-the-Bike’ scored no less than 14 TT victories and 9 World Championship titles
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12. Missing Mike the Bike
Hailwood Remembrance & Isle of Man Photo Gallery Grown men wept the day Stanley Michael Bailey Hailwood died. The gutting irony is that it was such an ordinary death. Returning home from a fish & chips run on the evening of March 21, 1981, with his young son and daughter in the car, Hailwood tragically encountered a truck turning across his path. It [...]
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13. Nicky Hayden
Website about MotoGP rider and AMA superbike champion Nicky Hayden. With all the latest news, results, pictures, forum and more. Nicky Hayden’s life and career If you ever doubt how far hard work and strong values can take a person, just take a look at the career of Nicky Hayden sometime. Though it’s a given that he’s blessed with plenty of raw talent, what really sets this American motorcycle road racer apart from his rivals is his work ethic. Few people want success in their sport as badly as Nicky, and that desire comes through in spades not only when he’s in front of an adoring crowd on a race weekend, but especially during the sport’s less glamorous moments: training in the gym during the off-season, putting in endless laps during winter testing, and studying data on the computer with technicians late at night in the garage.
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14. Orie Steele
This site is dedicated to my Grandfather Orie Steele, Sr. (1897-1960). A Motorcycle National Hillclimb Champion in 1920's.
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15. Peter Goddard in the World Superbike Championship
Peter Goddard in the World Superbike Championship
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16. Rossi - A little more of an insight to the World Champion
Valentino Rossi answers what role people play in his life and other things. Father, Graziano. “Apart from being my father, Graziano has always been one of the main supports of my sports career. He was the one who introduced me and supported me when I began to be interested in the world of bikes and racing.”
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17. Team Gardner Racing
World 500cc Motorcycle Champion Wayne Gardner’s two sons are following in their father’s tyre tracks. Fifteen year old Remy and thirteen year old Luca are ‘Team Gardner Racing’ [TGR].
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18. Wayne Rainey - Ten years after the crash
It is 10 years today (September 5, 2003) since the crash which ended triple 500cc world champion Wayne Rainey’s motorcycle racing career. Q: Wayne, you might just tell us what you are doing these days. A: At the moment I’m kind of doing a Kevin Magee! I’m working on my four wheeler.
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