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A career spent outside the US has seen the New Yorker build his reputation in Europe

A move to World Superbike with TripleM Honda Racing offers PJ Jacobsen the opportunity to step into the spotlight back home in America.
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The 2014 World Supersport champion is beginning his second season with Crescent Yamaha

Michael van der Mark’s talent has never been in question, but those closest to him know the Dutchman has only scratched the surface of what he can achieve.
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From the Vincent to the Ducati 1198, V-twin powered sportbikes are some of the most engaging machines on two wheels

History is rife with sporting V-twin motorcycles. The Vincent Black Lightning and the Ducati 1198 are just two. What a pair to have!
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Honda first, third, and fourth; Yamaha eighth and 12th at Buriram circuit

While Honda dominated the MotoGP test at the Thai circuit of Buriram, the factory Yamahas were left with serious doubts.
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Of youthful folly, rice burners, and the gold standard of speed

Inline-fours comprise some of the most common and beloved sportbikes of all time, and for good reason. What’s your favorite?
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MotoAmerica champion has made the move to Europe and he aims to deliver

Jake Gagne may have been overlooked in the past, but now the American finds himself in World Superbike on a Honda and he is eager to prove his worth.
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Will MotoGP witness a major metamorphosis from the former racer?

Will new Repsol Honda Team Manager Alberto Puig experience the same political successes in the MotoGP arena as his ousted counterpart, Livio Suppo?
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The factory Kawasaki rider says he has changed his style to compensate for new World Superbike rules

Tom Sykes has claimed 33 World Superbike race wins and stood on the podium 100 times, but he’s once again under pressure to perform.
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Some action-packed covers from ’98

From explosions, battles, and all-out wars between sportbikes, the Sport Rider covers of 1998 promised some exciting motorcycle coverage.
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Borgo Panigale’s newest superbike is already winning the hearts and minds of sportbike purists and wealthy enthusiasts alike

Will the Panigale V4 go down in history as the greatest superbike that Ducati—or any manufacturer—has ever produced?
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