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** 2021 CONTENTS 11.14.2021

•VALENTINO •DOUBLE •VIDEO

ROSSI RETIRES FROM GRAND PRIX RACING

POINTS HAUL IN FINAL MOTO3™ GRAND PRIX OF THE SEASON

– A SPECIAL MESSAGE FOR VALENTINO

•VALENCIA

PODIUM AND CHAMPIONSHIP FIREWORKS AT THE MOTO3™ FINALE FOR GARCIA AND GASGAS ASPAR TEAM

•MONSTER

ENERGY YAMAHA MOTOGP CLOSE MOTOGP 2021 SEASON

11.15.2021

•HUSQVARNA

MOTORCYCLES WELCOMES ROAN VAN DE MOOSDIJK

NOVEMBER 2021 BIKE OF THE MONTH 1965 BRIDGESTONE SUPER 7 SURFRIDER

11.17.2021 •TEAM •2021

HRC ARRIVES IN INDONESIA FOR THE WORLDSBK GRAND FINALE

X-TRIAL TITLE TO BE DECIDED IN BARCELONA

•REDBUD

TO HOST 2022 MOTOCROSS OF NATIONS: SEPTEMBER 24-25, 2022

11.18.2021 •INDIAN

MOTORCYCLE SIGNS SHAYNA TEXTER-BAUMAN TO WRECKING CREW

•ALL-NEW •ROYAL •POL

KX450SR – WATCH JEREMY MCGRATH AND AXELL HODGES RIP SOME LAPS!

ENFIELD NOW ACCEPTING 2022 APPLICATIONS FOR BUILD. TRAIN. RACE.

ESPARGARO BACK ON TRACK WITH REPSOL HONDA TEAM AT JEREZ TEST

•MILESTONE

AND FELD ENTERTAINMENT, INC. ANNOUNCE THE RELEASE OF MONSTER ENERGY SUPERCROSS – THE OFFICIAL VIDEOGAME 5

•MONSTER

ENERGY YAMAHA START 2022 CAMPAIGN AT JEREZ TEST

11.19.2021 •LEON

HASLAM FORCED TO MISS THE WORLDSBK SEASON FINALE

•HUSQVARNA •THE

MOTORCYCLES EXPRESS ITS THANKS TO ICEONE RACING

HEAT IS ON FOR TEAM HRC AT MANDALIKA

•LEON

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•POSITIVES •SUZUKI

FOR THE FUTURE – REPSOL HONDA TEAM CONCLUDE JEREZ TEST

STARTS SUCCESSFUL PREPARATION FOR 2022 SEASON

•MONSTER

ENERGY YAMAHA MOTOGP SUCCESSFULLY WRAP UP JEREZ TEST

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GRAND PRIX RACING AND SPECIAL VIDEO 7


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DOUBLE POINTS HAUL IN FINAL MOTO3™ GRAND PRIX OF THE SEASON 9


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MONSTER ENERGY YAMAHA MOTOGP CLOSE MOTOGP 2021 SEASON

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NOVEMBER 2021 BIKE OF THE MONTH

EDITOR’S NOTE: I was surfing the social media outlets when I saw this motorcycle. I responded to the post and Tico was happy to share this unrestored, if slightly molested Bridgestone with us. Somewhere along in it’s life it has had the exhaust and chrome tank panels painted black. Otherwise, it wears it’s original design quite well. We hope you enjoy looking at it. 1965 Bridgestone Super 7 Surfrider Hello, my name is Tico Petrosian and I am the proud owner of a 1965 Bridgestone Super 7 Surfrider motorcycle. This is a 2-stroke, rotary valve motorcycle with 90cc displacement. The 1965 Bridgestone Super 7 Surfrider came equipped with a 4-speed transmission and an electric start which was a rare feature during the time. The styling of this Bridgestone Super 7 Surfrider is comparable to other highly popular Japanese motorcycles at the time, especially the Honda Dream CA 77 & CA72. The Bridgestone Super 7 Surfrider featured all the hottest styling ques including valanced fairings, chrome tank with tank pads and the covered chain guard. These were just a few of it’s unique touches. What makes the Bridgestone Super 7 unique are the integrated front turn signals, the flush mount rear turn signals, a speedometer, and the art deco engine covers. It was a blend of traditional and futuristic styling. I purchased the bike from the second owner who had owned it for 30 years. He taught his children and grandchildren how to ride on this bike. I decided to keep the bike with the original patina – they are only original once. The bike is complete minus one rear turn signal lens. I hope you enjoy seeing it as much as I’ve enjoyed owning it, Tico. WWW.MOTORCYCLETIMES.COM


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TEAM HRC ARRIVES IN INDONESIA FOR THE WORLDSBK GRAND FINALE

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2021 X-TRIAL TITLE TO BE DECIDED IN BARCELONA

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RedBud To Host 2022 Motocross of Nations: September 24-25, 2022

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INDIAN MOTORCYCLE SIGNS SHAYNA TEXTER-BAUMAN TO WRECKING CREW WWW.MOTORCYCLETIMES.COM


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ALL-NEW KX450SR – JEREMY MCGRATH AND AXELL HODGES RIP ON VIDEO

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RE: COMPETITION BULLETIN 2021-19: Creation of the Road 2 Recovery Max Matters Mental Health Initiative. Road 2 Recovery is a nonprofit organization, which for more than two decades has been providing support and assistance to professional motocross and off-road riders, and other action sport athletes who have experienced serious injuries while competing in our sport, through fundraising and other similar support efforts. In furtherance of its mission, Road 2 Recovery is proud to announce an important expansion of its athlete support efforts through the creation of The Max Matters Mental Health Initiative. The Max Matters Mental Health Initiative was created to provide a resource base for athletes or other individuals associated with our sport who may be experiencing mental health issues or who may be seeking information on this important topic. The program support elements include a resource base website with extensive information on the various topics associated with mental health wellness and awareness; a mental health crises support hotline, for individuals who are seeking immediate assistance regarding mental health matters; and a monthly mental health Anonymous Zoom Peer Group Meeting held on the second Tuesday of each month, where individuals can participate with other members of our motorcycling community in conversations on this area of critical concern with. The meetings are hosted by mental health and medical professionals who are working with the program. Individuals can participate in these monthly meetings anonymously by following the instructions available at the Road 2 Recovery Max Matters Mental Health Initiative Website. Racers, parents, crew members, and friends are encouraged to visit https://road2recovery.com/max-matters-mentalhealth-initiative/ for more detailed information and mental health resources. If you are interested in information on mental health matters or know someone who might be experiencing mental health wellness concerns, we encourage you to direct individuals to the resource material at the website and we further encourage you to participate in the monthly Anonymous Zoom Peer Group Meetings that are intended as a critical support element of the Road 2 Recovery Max Matters Mental Health Initiative.

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LEON HASLAM FORCED TO MISS THE WORLDSBK SEASON FINALE

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HUSQVARNA MOTORCYCLES EXPRESS THANKS TO ICEONE RACING

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SUZUKI STARTS SUCCESSFUL PREPARATION FOR 2022 SEASON

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