November 2021 – Roadracing World Magazine


On the front cover: Race editor Chris Ulrich rides KTM’s RC 8C wild track bike in Jerez, Spain, while his gear bag and leathers hang out and relax in Minneapolis, courtesy of Delta Airlines. Photo courtesy of KTM.

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In this problem:


Inside Information: MV Agusta Superveloce Ago; Modification of the Supersport MotoAmerica 2022 rules, and more…

Photo retrospective: old fashioned shoot with John Owens

Illustrations of historic racing motorcycles: 1969 Kawasaki 125cc KA-1

Technical Analysis: Harley Davidson’s Top Secret Global Superbike

Intro: Driving the Radical 890cc RC 8C from KTM in Jerez

Intro: BMW R 18 B & R 18 Transcontinental = Heavy Metal

MotoGP analysis: More information on MZ’s thwarted shot to glory

The 2021 Holiday Gift Guide, Part 1, for Children, Young and Old

MotoGP analysis: an interview with Lin Jarvis, the man behind Rossi and Yamaha

Shops: stable garage, Honda Grom house

Dyno Re-Test: Why Every Recent Dyno Run Can Be Wrong

Editor’s Scrapbook: Tracing the TZ250s Back to the Times


MotoGP: Fabio Quartararo, World Champion

Figures and anecdotes: the career of Fabio Quartararo

ASRA team challenge at Daytona: Lochoff wins

World Superbike: Razgatlioglu gets closer


Letters to the Editor: Remembering Wes Cooley and Yvon Duhamel

10 years ago, November 2011: Danny Eslick wins a title

Children’s page: Cole Peterman

The Crash: “Almost” page by Gus Rodio / David Kohlstaedt

Race, school and track day calendar: where to ride

ASRA / CCS Bulletin

High performance parts and services

Chris Ulrich: Adventures of a Former Rider: Team Hammer Dominates at Barber; MotoAmerica 2021 season ends with rewards and reflection


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