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The road racing section of the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum features winning machines including Miguel Duhamel’s #1 2004-2005 AMA Pro Formula Xtreme Championship-winning Honda CBR600R; Nicky Hayden’s #1 1999 AMA Supersport Championship-winning Honda CBR600F4; Wayne Rainey’s 1983 AMA Superbike Championship-winning Kawasaki GPz750; and Don Emde’s #25 1972 Daytona 200-winning Yamaha TR3 350cc air-cooled twin-cylinder two-stroke. Photo by David Swarts.

Collections: AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum, In The October Issue

  Featured In the October 2021 issue of Roadracing World:             Spoiler Alert: Not everything you see in some museums is real....
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Indian Unveils New Limited Edition Motorcycle

INDIAN MOTORCYCLE, JACK DANIEL’S® & KLOCK WERKS® KUSTOM CYCLES CELEBRATE AMERICAN CRAFTSMANSHIP WITH LIMITED-EDITION MOTORCYCLE Jack Daniel’s® Limited Edition Indian Challenger Dark Horse Pays Homage...
Action from an Australian Superbike race at The Bend in 2019. Photo by Andrew Gosling/TBG Sport, courtesy of Motorcycling Australia.

Australian Superbike: Pandemic Restrictions Cause Cancellation

2021 ASBK Calendar Update The ASBK Management Team is disappointed to announce that Rounds 7 & 8 of the mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship,...
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