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    ng racing no thruxton

    That explained 2018. Heard something about british touring cars displacing them (the Rockingham issue and only so many full noise days at Thruxton etc.) but I'm sure others will have more of an idea. Shame because that was a bit of a signature circuit for them.
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    1st female world champ!

    In case you hadn't noticed.... Have a look And the Interview
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    William Dunlop

    Such a shame BBC
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    Dates 2018

    With thanks to Dave Stewart
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    Merry Christmas

    Merry Christmas to one and all. Have a good one
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    Daniel Hegarty

    What a shame. The story here Condolences to all who will miss him and especially to those who loved him Great racer!
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    Lukewarmbeer's demo

    Show us yer pics
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    Cat you legally race a Cat B salvage bike

    Category C means that the bike was considered beyond economic repair. You can - after repairing and going through the correct procedure with VOSA ( i think it is) reregister it and put it back on the road. See wise words above about frame damage and numbers though as they are both important.
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    Paul Price - Maniac Joe Scammer Warning

    What's the story?
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    best place to buy

    What tyres? Whatever you're after try Parkittracing
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    The MGP needs you

    CLOSED-ROAD RACING: BE PART OF THE CLASSIC TT & MANX GRAND PRIX SUPPORT TEAM Wednesday July 19, 2017 at 2:34pm Want to join us supporting riders racing around the famous 37.73 mile TT Mountain Course in the Isle of Man this August? By volunteering to marshal as part of our team for the Classic TT and Manx Grand Prix, you’ll be close to the action and supporting high octane closed-road racing events. You’ll have a course-side view to enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of classic motorbikes ridden by experienced TT racers and to find out more about upcoming riders on more modern machines cutting their teeth on the TT Mountain Course as part of the Manx Grand Prix. This fortnight of thrilling racing will take place from Saturday 19 August to Friday 1 September, beginning with evening practice sessions followed by race events over the August Bank Holiday weekend and through the following week. You will be part of the 500 plus strong team, stationed at vantage points around the course, ensuring the safety and wellbeing of riders, officials and spectators. If you’ve never marshalled before, you’ll be teamed up with experienced marshals who’ll show you ropes. Whether you can commit to the whole fortnight or a couple of day or evening sessions, you will made most welcome and, with a crew of more than five hundred needed before a wheel can even turn towards Bray Hill, your support will be very much appreciated by the riders, the organisers and race fans. Interested? Register your details here now: http://iomttma.com/oservices/ and we’ll be in contact very soon. Questions? Email us at: info@iomttma.com or call us on: 01624 618191 Follow us on social media for news and updates: Twitter: @iomttmarshals on facebook: facebook.com/iomttmarshals and via our website: iomttma.com The Classic TT and Manx Grand Prix are part of the Isle of Man Festival of Motorcycling, taking place on the Isle of Man TT Mountain Course from 19 August to 1 September. More information can be found here: Classic TT: iomtt.com/Classic-TT.aspx and Manx Grand Prix: manxgrandprix.org Isle of Man TT Marshals Association T: @iomttmarshals F: iomttmarshals W: iomttma.com
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    bora radiators

    Had a look at their site thinking there must be some kind of contact details - but your right. Nothing. Now that is a quality site
  14. I doubt if it will be mobbed but it might be a good day out............. With the ACU having now taken over as the local organiser of next weekend’s - 8 / 9th July - TrialGP Great Britain at Tong - Bradford, they are delighted to announce that free admission will be given to all ACU licence holders – both competitors and officials - when they show their membership card at the entrance. Since agreeing to run the event just over two weeks ago much work has gone on behind the scenes to ensure that the TrialGP remained at the original venue which is a mecca for all off-road fans and will provide easy access to all of the fifteen sections. The ACU Directors have been keen to ensure all members have the opportunity to watch this event first hand at minimal cost. The action takes place over two days with the official practice starting at 11am on the Saturday followed by the new qualification at 3pm, which to date has been a real highlight at the previous four events. In addition, around sixty riders of the future will compete in the Oset Trial on a separate compact course within the confines of the Trial area. Of course, the big day is Sunday when all of the World’s top riders, including the incredible Toni Bou – Repsol Honda along with a good crop of British challengers, will demonstrate their skills over fifteen spectacular sections from 9am onwards with an early finish time of around 3.30pm. The course has been designed for all spectators to be able to visit all sections with a dedicated path away from the Trial route for ease and safety. ACU Chairman John Collins stated, “It is rewarding for the Directors, who have considered many options ahead of this decision, to be in a position where our members can reap some benefits and receive the opportunity to see all of the World’s best riders in action at no cost to themselves. The system is simple, members will just need to show their photographic membership card at the point of entry and they will be allowed in free of charge whilst non-members will have to pay the normal admission prices”. Members who wish to camp will need to pay the standard camping fee, but a packed glossy programme will be available to all who attend. ACU licence holders who have already purchased advance tickets will be refunded after the event. The ACU respectfully asks for your patience during this process.For more details about TrialGP Great Britain click here
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    Rsv4 factory aprc 2012 fully loaded

    Is this Cat D?

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