September 2022 – Roadracing World Magazine

On the front cover: There’s a reason that’s the view challengers typically have.
Defending MotoAmerica Superbike Champion Jake Gagne, no
no matter how good they think they are. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.

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Interior info: Can-Am’s electric return; Ducati World Week Hosts
80,000 fans at Misano; Honda wins Suzuka 8 Hours; American children
Win in Europe; JD Beach Winning In AFT, and more…

Historic racing bike illustrations: 1972 Laverda 750SFC

MotoGP analysis: why Andrea Dovizioso is retiring from MotoGP

Intro—Suzuki GSX-S1000GT+: 2,400 fast miles and 25 fast laps

Intro—Yamaha MT-10: Knee-Dragging Fun and All-Day Comfort

Stores: Royal Enfield North America Headquarters


MotoAmerica at Brainerd: Gagne crashes, Petrucci wins

MotoAmerica at PittRace: Gagne’s Perfect Weekend

Seen on the track: joy and tragedy in Brainerd

Seen on the track: PittRace super fans

MotoGP: Bagnaia v Quartararo draws crowds in UK and Austria

World Superbike: Victory for Razgatlioglu and Bautista in the Czech Republic

WSBK Notes: 1,000th podium for Ducati, 100th victory for Yamaha


Letters to the editor: hate for baggers, love for MV Agusta

10 years ago, September 2012: Casey Stoner On A Rampage, Continental Tires Tested,
Rick Matheny’s RM Racing featured in stores

Figures and anecdotes: the career of Andrea Dovizioso

Children’s page: Alex Coughtry

The crash page :: Andrea Dovizioso takes flight

New Products:: RSD “Crashing Sucks” Hat, AlpineStars Riding Shoes and more…

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

ASRA/CCS bulletin

High performance parts and services

Chris Ulrich: the adventures of an ex-runner

About Todd Wurtsbach

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