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Yes, Indian Made An Inline-Four Motorcycle Engine

They’re not just for sportbikes.

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Church of MO: 2001 Triumph TT600 First Ride

Some suggested Triumph’s shot at a four-cylinder 600 sportbike should’ve been included in last week’s “Ten Worst Motorcycles of the Modern Era.” I think that’s way too harsh an assessment, but in any case, Triumph’s 2001 TT600 and the various inline Fours that followed it never quite got traction in the marketplace, and left the building after the 2006 Speed Four. Which wasn’t really a bad thing, as its demise led to the rise of the Daytona 675 and Street Triples shortly thereafter.

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Monster Fairings: Not All Fairings Are Created Equal

Customization is a staple of motorcycle ownership, and when it comes to sprucing up the looks of modern sportbikes, there’s no better way to get dramatic and eye-catching results than to turn to aftermarket fairings. Then again, maybe you’ve had the unfortunate fate of crashing your sportbike and damaging the stock bodywork. Aftermarket fairings are a great way to replace your damaged bodywork at a fraction of the cost of new, while also injecting some personalization at the same time. Whatever your reason, you should look to Monster Fairings for your aftermarket bodywork needs.

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Training hard: Viñales rides his Yamaha R1 in France

The factory Yamaha star was at Pôle Mécanique Alès Cévennes for asphalt training action

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MotoGP™ riders and crew chiefs: who’s with whom in 2021?

There are some big changes in the premier class heading into the new season so here’s a full rundown of every rider’s right-hand man in 2021

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Introducing: the FIM MiniGP World Series

The FIM launches a new MiniGP platform on the Road to MotoGP™, in partnership with Dorna Sports

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MotoGP™ rookie Martin exhibits motocross skills on YouTube

The Spaniard gave us a behind the scenes look at his trip to Red Sand MX Park as he continues his pre-season preparations

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Will Nakagami lead HRC’s 2021 testing programme?

The Japanese rider will be the most experienced man on an RC213V in Qatar so does that equate to greater responsibility

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Quartararo shows off motocross expertise in Italy

The Frenchman was attacking the dirt at Motocross Dorno ahead of his maiden season in the factory setup

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2021 Northern Talent Cup Entry List revealed

A 26-strong grid sets the NTC up for a spectacular second season

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Liqui Moly to title sponsor German Grand Prix until 2023

The exclusive lubricant supplier to the Moto2™ and Moto3™ classes will take top billing at the German Grand Prix from 2021 to 2023

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LCR Team confirms presence in MotoGP™ until 2026

Lucio Cecchinello’s Idemitsu and Castrol liveried bikes will be on the premier class grid for the foreseeable future

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Jerez to host two FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup pre-season tests

Two three-day tests at the Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto have been announced

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Monster Fairings: Not All Fairings Are Created Equal

Customization is a staple of motorcycle ownership, and when it comes to sprucing up the looks of modern sportbikes, there’s no better way to get dramatic and eye-catching results than to turn to aftermarket fairings. Then again, maybe you’ve had the unfortunate fate of crashing your sportbike and damaging the stock bodywork. Aftermarket fairings are a great way to replace your damaged bodywork at a fraction of the cost of new, while also injecting some personalization at the same time. Whatever your reason, you should look to Monster Fairings for your aftermarket bodywork needs.

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