WSBK » Max Biaggi announces retirement

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I feel Split in the one Hand SAD to not be able to watch a true Legend and hero since I was a kid. Watching him on the 250's inspired me to ride a bike, I still now admire his Graceful effortless style as he looks like he is just gliding around yet breaking lap records. But on the other Hand happy that he has retired on the top of his game, WC (6 times) in 2 classes and the only guy to win on his big boy debut in Both GP's and WSBK. Ciao Max! thanks for the years and memories! A True Motorcycle Great and Legend!!

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