September 2021 – Roadracing World Magazine


On the front cover: Jake Gagne is on the stakes and holds onto his Yamaha Fresh N ‘Lean Attack Performance on a ridge at PittRace, where he set new records for AMA Superbike racing wins in one season and back to back. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.

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In this problem:


Information inside: gigantic BMW R 18 Transcontinental and R 18 B Bagger; Improved Honda Monkey; Rossi retires, and more…

Illustrations of historic racing bikes: 1949 Norton Manx 30M

Intro: Powerful Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1200 RS, No Excuses

Intro: Aprilia Tuono V4 and Tuono V4 Factory offer power and comfort

MotoGP analysis: Albert Puig, the tough guy in the Honda paddock

Tried & Tested: Avon 3D Ultra Xtreme Track & Race Tires

Tried & tested: Traxxion Dynamics AR-25 Fork Kit

Dating MotoAmerica immigrant Hector Barbera


MotoGP doubles in Austria: Martin and Binder win

MotoAmerica Superbikes in Brainerd: Gagné sets records

MotoAmerica Superbikes at PittRace: Winning Closes

World Superbike in Assen, Most, Navarre: Dead Heat!


Letters to the Editor: WSBK TV MIA; Learn more about Lucas Electrics

10 years ago, September 2011: Ben Spies wins in MotoGP; Valentino Rossi’s Ducati experience is going badly, and more…

New products: Starlane GPS Lap Timer; the book by Kenny Noyes; RW Issues with Valentino Rossi on the cover

Children’s page: Hayden Miller

Figures and anecdotes: the career of Valentino Rossi

The Crash Page: Wyatt Farris tries to save his burning racing bike

Race, school and track day calendar: where to ride

ASRA / CCS Bulletin

High performance parts and services

Chris Ulrich: Adventures of a Former Runner


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