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Mooney VR46 confirm Marini for 2023 season

The Italian will remain alongside teammate Bezzecchi for next year in MotoGP™

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Time schedule: Animoca Brands Aragon Grand Prix

All the times you need to know for the penultimate European round of the season

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The chase is on: the triple-header kicks off at Aragon

Bagnaia is now the rider on Quartararo’s tail in the title fight, with thirty points between the two

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Sealed with a double! Garness wins 2022 BTC title

Johnny Garness added two more victories to his impressive haul to become the 2022 Honda British Talent Cup winner

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Minute of silence in memory of Queen Elizabeth II

MotoGP™ will observe a minute of silence in memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II during the Gran Premio de Aragon.

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Time to take on the Island!

Here are some tips on how to master Australia’s Phillip Island

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2023 Lucky Explorer 9.5 Prototype Test

These days, any manufacturer with pretensions to being a global player at whatever level in the marketplace has to have a dual-purpose Adventure model in its range, and MV Agusta is no exception. Italy’s most historic trophy brand – the so-called Ferrari of motorcycles, with 270 Grand Prix road racing victories and 75 World Championship titles in its locker, including 17 successive 500GP crowns – actually has a notable off-road heritage, too. Company founder Count Domenico Agusta’s dirt demons won successive Italian MX/Enduro titles in the 1950s and ’60s, as well as equipping the Italian team in ISDT events abroad. But after the Castiglioni family acquired MV 30 years ago, their focus for the brand was exclusively on the hard stuff – a focus which the company’s current owner Timur Sardarov is now in the process of changing.

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2023 Suzuki V-Strom 1050 and V-Strom 1050DE First Look

Suzuki announced updates for the V-Strom 1050, as well as a new off-road oriented version for 2023. The new 2023 Suzuki V-Strom 1050DE replaces the 1050XT model, and adds new features to make it a more capable off-road machine such as a 21-inch front wheel, longer-stroke suspension, and a larger aluminum bash plate.

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Yamahas Coming Out With a Race-Spec R1 In 2023

In a move further supporting my argument that R1s are purpose-built racebikes with lights and mirrors to make them legal on the roads, for 2023 Yamaha is introducing the R1 GYTR – an R1 prepared specifically for track duty, without any of the homologation pieces for roadworthiness (don’t worry, the standard R1 isn’t going anywhere). Yamaha similarly does the same thing with the R6, offering it for sale exclusively as a track-only model.

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2023 Ducati Diavel V4 Spotted

Clearly a Diavel, but also clearly powered by Ducati’s V-4.

Clearly a Diavel, but also clearly powered by Ducati’s V-4. (S. Baldauf/SB-Medien/)

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The Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Mountaineer: ATV Race Report

Round 10, The Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Mountaineer, of the 2022 Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) Series presented by Specialized, an AMA National Championship, took place in Beckley, West Virginia at the Summit Bechtel Reserve.

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Time schedule: Animoca Brands Aragon Grand Prix

All the times you need to know for the penultimate European round of the season

Continue reading

The chase is on: the triple-header kicks off at Aragon

Bagnaia is now the rider on Quartararo’s tail in the title fight, with thirty points between the two

Continue reading

Minute of silence in memory of Queen Elizabeth II

MotoGP™ will observe a minute of silence in memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II during the Gran Premio de Aragon.

Continue reading