On the Front Cover: Jake Gagne is up on the pegs and hanging on to his Fresh N’ Lean Attack Performance Yamaha over a crest at PittRace, where he set new records for AMA Superbike race wins in a season and consecutively. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.
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In This Issue:
Inside Info: Gigantic BMW R 18 Transcontinental and R 18 B Bagger; Upgraded Honda Monkey; Rossi Retires, and more…
Historic Racebike Illustrations: 1949 Norton Manx 30M
Intro: Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS Performs, No Excuses
Intro: Aprilia Tuono V4 & Tuono V4 Factory Deliver Power And Comfort
MotoGP Analysis: Albert Puig, Honda’s Unapologetic Paddock Tough Guy
Tried & Tested: Avon 3D Ultra Xtreme Track and Race Tires
Tried & Tested: Traxxion Dynamics AR-25 Fork Kit
Hanging Out With MotoAmerica Immigrant Hector Barbera
MotoGP At Double Header In Austria: Martin & Binder Win
MotoAmerica Superbikes At Brainerd: Gagne Sets Records
MotoAmerica Superbikes At PittRace: Gagne Closes In
World Superbike At Assen, Most, Navarra: Dead Heat!
Letters To The Editor: WSBK TV MIA; More On Lucas Electrics
10 Years Ago, September 2011: Ben Spies Wins In MotoGP; Valentino Rossi’s Ducati Experiment Goes Bad, and more…
New Products: Starlane GPS Lap Timer; Kenny Noyes’ Book; RW Issues Featuring Valentino Rossi On The Cover
The Kids’ Page: Hayden Miller
Numbers & Trivia: Valentino Rossi’s Career
The Crash Page: Wyatt Farris Tries To Save His Burning Racebike
Racing, School, & Track Day Calendar: Where To Ride
High-Performance Parts & Services
Chris Ulrich: Adventures Of An Ex-Racer