2000 Yamaha V Star 1100 Custom on 2040-motos
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2000 Yamaha V Star 1100 Custom, XVS1100 CLASSIC - A bike that's got attitude but won't have you taking out a second mortgage on your house. 65 cubic inch V-twin engine, shaft drive, low 27" seat height.
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John Reynolds: Riding MasterclassFri, 17 Dec 2010
When I first started racing about a thousand years ago, my local stomping ground was a place called Three Sisters near Wigan. It wasn’t glamorous but it was brilliant. An hour from home and with about a million corners crammed into just a km of tarmac. The Three Sisters was a reference to the three coal slag heaps that had once occupied the site before.
Yamaha Champions Riding School To Sell Hang Dry Leather DriersWed, 16 Apr 2014
Riders who sweat in their leathers – and who doesn’t at a track day or race – know how nasty damp leathers can get if not dried properly. Of course, there’s always the tried-and-true technique of hanging them up in your garage, but that can take days. What if you only have an hour?
James Toseland Announces Retirement from RacingFri, 09 Sep 2011
Two-time World Superbike Champion James Toseland announced his immediate retirement from motorcycle racing due to a debilitating injury to his right wrist. Signed with the BMW Motor Italia racing team, Toseland has been limited to just seven of 20 races in this season’s WSBK Championship due to the wrist injury initially suffered during a private test at Spain’s Aragon circuit in March. After undergoing an operation for the injury, Toseland made two attempts at returning to racing, first at the Miller Motorsports Park round in May and again at the Silverstone round in July.
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