April 2022 – Roadracing World Magazine

On the front cover: Brandon Paasch (96) rode a Triumph Street Triple RS 765 to victory in the 80th Daytona 200, giving the 20-year-old back-to-back wins over two different brands in America’s richest motorcycle road race . Photo by Brian J. Nelson.

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In this problem:


Inside Info: Ducati Panigale V4 SP2 Track Only, Greenger x Honda
Electric Mini CRF-E2, Indian FTR Championship Edition, and more…

Historic Race Bike Illustrations: 1980s AMA Superbikes

Quick Look: 2022 BMW M 1000 RR — Ultimate Evolution

26th Annual Roadracing World Young Gun Awards

MotoGP analysis: comparison of 2022 MotoGP race bikes

Racing History: When Two-Strokes Took Over the Daytona 200

Race Analysis: Interview with the 2022 British Superbike Champion
Tarran Mackenzie

With: Richard Varner, CFO of MotoAmerica


MotoGP: black horses ride in Qatar and Indonesia

MotoAmerica: Paasch wins 80th Daytona 200

Army Of Darkness Endurance 2021 Part 3: Gray Birds Win!


Letters to the Editor: Honda Banners Shipped Worldwide

10 years ago, April 2012: Driving Blake Young’s Yoshimura Suzuki GSX-R1000
Superbike; Mat Oxley asks “Is Casey Stoner unbeatable?”;
Young Guns with Jake Gagne and Garrett Gerloff

The children’s page :: Adrian Sanchez

The Crash Page: Francesco Bagnaia Vs. Jorge Martin in Qatar

New Products:: Woodcraft Clip-Ons, Vance & Hines ECU

Race, school and track day calendar: where and when to ride

ASRA/CCS bulletin

High performance parts and services

Chris Ulrich: Adventures of an Ex-Racer: A Not-So-Perfect Daytona 200

About Todd Wurtsbach

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