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On the Front Cover: Chris Ulrich rides the 2022 Suzuki Hayabusa at Utah Motorsports Campus and on surrounding roads. It’s big, it meets Euro5 emissions, and it’s still really fast! Photo by Kevin Wing.
In This Issue:
Inside Info: Aprilia RS660 Trofeo Racebike, Triumph 1200cc Speed Twin, and more…
Historic Racebike Illustrations: 1966 Honda RC149 5-Cylinder
Intro: 2022 Yamaha YZF-R7 Is A 689cc Twin
Intro: 2022 Suzuki Hayabusa Is Still BIG and FAST!
MotoGP Analysis: Franco Morbidelli Overcomes The Odds
Arai Helmet Technology: Glancing Off BY Design
Editor’s Scrapbook: 1999 & 2007 Hayabusa Intros; More Strider Boy
Hanging With MotoAmerica Superbike Racer Cam Petersen
MotoGP At Catalunya and Sachsenring: Marquez Wins One!
MotoAmerica Superbikes At Road America: Gagne Wins Again!
World Superbike At Misano: Rinaldi Rampant!
Letters To The Editor: 500s vs. 990s in 2002 MotoGP, And Lucas Electrics
10 Years Ago, July 2011: 600cc Racetrack Test
Trivia & Numbers: Franco Morbidelli’s Career To Date
New Products: Oil Change Kits; Engine Covers
The Crash Page: Simon Corsi Highsides In Moto2 At Sachsenring
The Kids’ Page: Isaac Woodworth
Racing, School, & Track Day Calendar: Where To Ride
High-Performance Parts & Services
Chris Ulrich: Adventures Of An Ex-Racer: Two-Seat Superbike Rides At Road America, With Special Guest Ford CEO Jim Farley