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Feb 1, 2013

February 2013

The February 2013 Issue of Roadracing World
In This Issue
Roadracing World & Motorcycle Technology
February 2013

Historic Racebike Illustration:1983 Honda NS500
American Club Racers Overseas: On The Grid In Germany
Back In The Day: Editor's Scrapbook
Superbike History: Superbike Racing’s Fastest Decade
Mick Doohan: GP Racing's Greatest Comeback
Taming The Beast: Kawasaki ZX-10R Project Bike, Part Two
Ohlins Mechatronic Digitally-Controlled Shock
125cc Grand Prix History: Pocket Rocket Men.
Young Gun Anthony Alonso: First Time On A Four-Stroke
Shops: ADR Motorsports

MotoGP Mutterings: 905 Crashes, 25 Broken Bones
Americans Racing In The British Superbike Series
MotoGP Analysis: Marquez Ready To Upset The Establishment

Club Racer Profile: Roberto Vargas
CCS At Homestead-Miami Speedway

Letters To The Editor
Inside Info
10 Years Ago
MotoGP Trivia
Josh Hayes: Mississippi Madman
Elena Myers: Girl Racer
Jason DiSalvo: Jason Against The World
The Kids' Page
Racing, School, & Track Day Calendar
Saved By Soft Barriers: Bruce Williams, III
School & Track Day Directory
Racing Organizations
High-Performance Parts & Services Directory
The Crash Page
New Products
Classified Ads
Advertisers Index
ASRA/CCS Newsletter
Chris Ulrich: Adventures Of A Racer

On The Front Cover: Jonathan Rea (65) leads a 2012 World Superbike race at Misano aboard a Honda CBR1000RR that's nothing like the CB900F seen at the dawn of Superbike racing. In a single decade starting in 1980, Honda improved Superbike performance farther and faster than any other
company before or since. Mat Oxley explains it all, starting on page 28. Photo by DPPI Media.
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