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December 16, 2009 3:51 PM

MOTO-X » Watch world-first Harley Davidson back-flip!

Watching a backflip on a motorcycle anymore is so common that this "feat" seems rather lackluster, especially since it was done on an "offroad/dirt tracker" equipped Harley. As someone else mentioned, if it was done on a full dressed, shiny, chromed-out "hog", then I would be impressed. I'm surprised Pastrana hasn't done that on his show yet. The guy tried backflipping a monster truck for crying out loud, he's got the financial backing to do it, and certainly no shortage of recklessness. :)

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October 12, 2009 4:27 PM

WSBK » Guintoli promoted to Suzuki WSBK team

How could you miss Guinters in BSB, he was hardly there this year. Ok, but that said, at the beginning of the season (pre-Brookes missle) he was awesome, the only one who looked to have the speed Camier showed. Great to see him move up, although I think it's a bit of a risk (seeing as he didn't have a full season of performance to show), but come next season he should be good to go. Suzuki could very well be a front runner again in 2010, championship though not so sure? They're going to have to beat a very strong Ducati Haga/Fabi team, a tall order.

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July 30, 2009 9:29 PM

WSBK » Crutchlow reveals WSBK, Moto2 options

After reading the article it sounds to me like he is convinced to go to Moto2. Granted this will depend on the team/contract/etc. I say go for it, I want to see some of the good WSS guys head to Moto2 and wipe up over those little Spanish and Italians youngsters. Moto2 will be a big unknown and someone with the right talent and team could blow away the competition. I see Cal as the one to do this. I would have said Laverty but he has no interest in returning to the GP circuit.

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July 30, 2009 9:16 PM

WSBK » Meregalli eyeing satellite Yamaha support

What satellite team wouldn't want to get bikes from Meregalli's team? True the R1 doesn't have the best top end (as I remember at Knockhill Stuart Easton was blasting past Camier on the straights, but that could also do with Stuart's small size), but it makes up with great tire life over race distance and seems to pull like a Ducati out of the corners. Stiggy with R1's next year would be interesting for sure, if the rumor holds true. Although they have done magic with the Honda in one year. Haslam was tremendous at the start of the season, we'll see how he goes after the summer break.

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