Oct 4, 2013
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The November 2013 Issue of Roadracing World.
The November 2013 issue of Roadracing World is now available online and coming to a mailbox or newsstand near you! Read it now with your online subscription at .
In This Issue
Roadracing World & Motorcycle Technology
On The Front Cover: Marc Marquez seemed to defy the laws of physics when he ended up still on two wheels after this photo was taken. He said afterwards that pushing down hard with a knee and an elbow made it easier to recover from losing front-tire traction at full lean. Photo by David Goldman/Gold and Goose Photography.
Historic Racebike: 1970 Kawasaki H1R
MotoGP Analysis: How Does Marc Marquez Seem To Defy Physics?
MV Agusta F4 RR Revisited: Getting The Electronics Right
Guide To Brake Lever Guards
Saga Of A Superfan: Beating Cancer
Back In The Day: Editor’s Scrapbook
Shops: MCJ Motorsports
MotoGP at Silverstone: Lorenzo Beats Marquez!
MotoGP Notes From Silverstone
MotoGP At Misano: Lorenzo Is Perfect
MotoGP Notes From Misano
MotoGP At Aragon: Marquez Takes Pedrosa Out Of Title Chase
MotoGP Notes From Aragon
AMA Pro At New Jersey Motorsports Park: Herrin Leads, Beaubier Clinches
AMA Pro At Laguna Seca: Josh Herrin, Superbike Champion
World Superbike At The Nürburgring: Sykes And Davies
World Superbike At Intercity Istanbul Park: Laverty Doubles
World Superbike At Laguna Seca: Sykes, Laverty Split Wins
SEMI-PRO AND CLUB RACING
Racer Profile: Krystyna Kubran
COLUMNS AND DIRECTORIES
Letters To The Editor
10 Years Ago
Josh Hayes: Mississippi Madman
Melissa Paris: Just A Girl Who Likes To Go Fast
Joe Roberts: Red Bull Rookie
Anthony Alonso: Krazy Cid
The Kids’ Page: Ian Champness
Racing, School & Track Day Calendar
Saved By Soft Barriers: Jesse James
High-Performance Parts & Service Directory
The Crash Page
Chris Ulrich: Adventures Of A Racer