Ex-Honda Britain 1989 Honda VFR750R Type RC30 Racer

Honda VFR750R Type RC30 Racing Motorcycle

The Honda VFR750R Type RC30 was a homologation special developed for the then-new World Superbike Championship by the Honda Racing Corporation. By late-1980s standards the RC30 was staggeringly advanced, the engineers at Honda had thrown everything they had at their new superbike in order to win the World Superbike Championship and establish dominance over their…

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Joey: The Man Who Conquered The TT

Joey Dunlop was an Irishman who became a global motorcycling phenomenon. largely due to his performances at the most dangerous race in the world – the Isle of Man TT. He went on to win the TT 26 times and in the process set a record that no one has ever broken – or is…

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JPN Monocoque by Peter Williams

Back in 1973 a motorcycle rolled out of a garage in England, it was to be just one of four ever built, and it was going to shake the world of professional motorcycle racing to its core. The bike in question was the John Player Norton Monocoque, it had been designed and built by Peter Williams – a man who was both a motorcycle engineer and a talented racer.

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