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Honda RC166 Road Racer | 250 6 Cylinder 7 Speed | 1960 Racing Bike |


Winner of 10 out of 10 races in the 1966 World Championship Series | RC166 captured the Manufacturers’ and Riders’ Championships in the 250cc class for two consecutive years | Isle of Man TT Winner | Rider: No.7 Mike Hailwood of England

Mike Hailwood | Grand Prix Road Racer | Known as Mike The Bike | Nine Times World Motorcycle Champion | Best remembered for dueling with his rival, Giacomo Agostini, at the 1967 Isle of Man TT

World Motorcycle Champion
250cc - 1961, 1966, 1967
350cc - 1966, 1967
500cc -1962, 1963, 1964, 1965

Isle of Man TT
TT wins 14
Podiums 19

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“Geoffrey Ernest Duke OBE was a British multiple motorcycle Grand Prix road racing world champion. Born in St. Helens, Lancashire, after retirement from competition he was a businessman based in the Isle of Man.
Born: March 29, 1923, St Helens, United Kingdom
Died: May 1, 2015, Isle of Man, United Kingdom”

“Geoffrey Ernest duque OBE fue un británico múltiples motocicleta Gran Premio de carreras de carretera campeón del mundo. Nacido en St. Helens, Lancashire, después del retiro de la competencia era un hombre de negocios con sede en la Isla de Man.
Nacido: March 29, 1923, St Helens, Reino Unido
Fallecido: May 1, 2015, Isla de Man, Reino Unido ”

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1973 Debri Road Racer | Full Fairing | Angel Nieto won 13 Grand Prix World Championships in this 50cc race bike

50 cc | 15 hp | RPM 15000 | Top Speed 200 kph 124 mph

Derbi | DERivats de BIcicletes | Derivatives of Bicycles | Spanish manufacturer of motorcycles, scooters and mopeds founded in 1922 | Changed their name to Nacional Motor SA in 1950 | Became a subsidiary of Piaggio & Co in 2001

The Yamaha Factory Racing Team gets a new teammate for the Japan round of the 2015 FIM MotoGP World Championship with Japanese Road Racing Champion Katsuyuki Nakasuga making a wildcard entry into the @motogp class running special #JapanGP Speed Block 60th anniversary livery on his #21 YZR-M1 race machine. #Yamaha #MotoGP #YZRM1 #Revsyourheart #60YearsOfYamaha

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