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KEVLAR EXHAUST HONDA RSW 250 HRC 2009 WORLD CHAMPION  HIROSHI AOYAMA

KEVLAR EXHAUST HONDA RSW 250 HRC 2009 WORLD CHAMPION HIROSHI AOYAMA

Freddie Spencer 1985 250cc & 500cc World Champion - Racing Cafe

Freddie Spencer 1985 World Champion - Racing Cafe

500cc GP. Mick Doohan 1994 Honda NSR500 V4

Love his riding style I attempt copy

5-times world champion Toni Mang poses at the "Karussell" with his 1981 Kawasaki KR 250 (although he never raced with this particular bike at the Nürburgring, for the 1981 German GP was held in Hockenheim…)

world champion Toni Mang poses at the "Karussell" with his 1981 Kawasaki KR 250 (although he never raced with this particular bike at the Nürburgring, for the 1981 German GP was held in Hockenheim…)

Here is one of the pair of Yamaha YZR250 (OW82)s that Carlos Lavado used in winning the 1986 World Championship. This is the power-valve equipped machine which was used for wet races.

Here is one of the pair of Yamaha YZR250 (OW82)s that Carlos Lavado used in winning the 1986 World Championship. This is the power-valve equipped machine which was used for wet races.

FREDDIE SPENCER 250cc 1985

FREDDIE SPENCER 250cc 1985

HONDA RSW 250 HRC 2009 WORLD CHAMPION  HIROSHI AOYAMA

HONDA RSW 250 HRC 2009 WORLD CHAMPION HIROSHI AOYAMA

FRAME AND SWINGARM HONDA RSW 250 HRC 2009 WORLD CHAMPION  HIROSHI AOYAMA

FRAME AND SWINGARM HONDA RSW 250 HRC 2009 WORLD CHAMPION HIROSHI AOYAMA

Freddie Spencer

Freddie Spencer

1968 Villa GP25 Known history this extremely rare 250 Grand Prix (only two were built) was designed by Francesco Villa the brother of world champion Walter Villa. During the 60's & 70's Francesco Villa was a motorcycle manufacturer and the Villa 50 & 125 cc race bikes were ever present on the tracks. In 1968 he decided to build a 250 4 cylinder with rotary distribution.  The FIM then banned from Grand Prix machines with more than two cylinders and this bike never raced and further…

1968 Villa GP25 Known history this extremely rare 250 Grand Prix (only two were built) was designed by Francesco Villa the brother of world champion Walter Villa. During the 60's & 70's Francesco Villa was a motorcycle manufacturer and the Villa 50 & 125 cc race bikes were ever present on the tracks. In 1968 he decided to build a 250 4 cylinder with rotary distribution. The FIM then banned from Grand Prix machines with more than two cylinders and this bike never raced and further…

Luca Cadalora - two time 250 GP champion.

Luca Cadalora - two time 250 GP champion.

Marco-Simoncelli-MotoGP

Marco-Simoncelli-MotoGP

Luca Cadalora NSR250 Rothmans '92 Champion

Luca Cadalora NSR250 Rothmans '92 Champion

Schwantz

Schwantz

Spencer wheelie

Spencer wheelie

Wayne Rainey Daytona 1984 Yamaha TZ 250

Wayne Rainey Daytona 1984 Yamaha TZ 250

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