How Rossi Evolved His Riding, In The December Issue

How Rossi Evolved His Riding, In The December Issue

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Featured In the December 2021 issue of Roadracing World:

         No other motorcycle racer has had to reinvent their riding as often as Valentino Rossi. During the quarter century of his Grand Prix career he adapted from 125cc two-strokes to 250cc two-strokes to 500cc two-strokes; from rotary-valve induction to reed-valve induction; from 990cc four-strokes to 800cc four-strokes to 1000cc four-strokes; from Dunlop tires to Michelin to Bridgestone and back to Michelin; from no rider-aid electronics to ultra-advanced electronics and back to lower-tech electronics… 

            —How Rossi Evolved His Riding, by MotoGP Editor Mat Oxley


Through 500cc, 990cc, 800cc, and 1000cc; two-strokes to four-strokes; zero electronics to traction control, launch control, anti-wheelie and everything else; Valentino Rossi never stopped adapting during his two decades in the premier Grand Prix class. Read about the evolution of one of the sport’s greatest riders in the latest issue of Roadracing World!


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