On-board footage from an Oulton Park Focused Events trackday with National Superstock 600 rider Bruce Wilson who is also CMM's Staff Writer.
This is Malcolm Wheeler testing out his ST70.
Rod Gibson puts the finishing touches to our project Fizzy, and finds a seat at last!
This is part 1 of the 1969 500cc world motocross, titled "Three in Europe" brought to you by www.motodude.com
Valentino Rossi riding Zaeta at Berloni Traversing Camp. You can see where he honed his drifting skills
A pint-sized Valentino Rossi getting his knee down on a Minimoto. Narvel at the overtaking moves!
1960's classic scramble event. Murray Walker commentry. Jeff Smith and Dave Bickers dominated the Sixties scrambling scene. Marvel at the skill of these two
Will Hartog dices with Kenny Roberts and Rossi Senior. Crude circuit and foreign commentary but still worth watching
The Americans demanded bigger engines than 500cc, so Triumph gave them the 650cc Thunderbird... but even that didn't satisfy them for long, so the stakes were upped with the launch of the Tiger 110
Ex racer Mick Grant running his Kawasaki 750cc 2-stroke race bike from the 1970's at the Classic Mechanics show in Uttoxeter July 2009

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