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This is a discussion on Philip island classic within the Vintage Motorcycle Racing forums, part of the Caferacer.net Forums category; Heard JP43 crashed and broke his leg. Here’s him in 2018... Gets my blood pumping just watching... https://www.instagram.com/p/BtImt5MH...d=gp0wd2qfw9m0...

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    Philip island classic

    Heard JP43 crashed and broke his leg.

    Here’s him in 2018...

    Gets my blood pumping just watching...

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BtImt5MH...d=gp0wd2qfw9m0
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    From Island Classic 2019 International Challenge | Yanks are coming! | MCNews.com.au



    A large contingent of the American squad will be riding machines prepared by Mojo Yamaha, which is a motorcycle racing team focused on classic Yamahas with engine builder, Larry Cook, and chassis expert, Denis Curtis, the helm. Fans can find out more at www.mojoyamaha.com

    The engines are a mix of oversized FJ1100 four-strokes and TZ750 two-strokes, housed in frames produced by CMR Racing.
    Mojo Yamaha
    A line up of Mojo Yamaha machines on their way to the 2019 Island Classic

    “Immediately following the 2018 International Challenge, the build and preparation of the bikes for 2019 got underway,” said Team America riding captain Dave Crussell. “The goal is to engineer the most reliable bikes while keeping them as close to identical in build as possible.

    “For 2019, we have five CMR/FJs and two TZ750s. These Yamahas have proven to be the best possible fit for Mojo Yamaha and should offer the most competitive advantage in our quest to win the event.”

    Island Classic 2019
    International Challenge – Team USA

    Wade Boyd – Moto Guzzi Le Mans – 1988
    David Crussell – Yamaha TZ750 – 1978
    Michael Gilbert – Yamaha FJ1100 – 1983
    Jorge Guerrero – Suzuki XR69 – 1982
    Joshua Hayes – Yamaha FJ – 1983
    Bruce Lind – Yamaha TZ750 – 1975
    Eric Lindauer – Kawasaki KZ – 1980
    Barrett Long – Kawasaki Harris – 1982
    Martin Morrison – Suzuki RGB500 MK7 – 1982
    Larry Pegram – Yamaha FJ1100 – 1983
    Joe Pethoud – Yamaha Harris F1 – 1984
    Jason Pridmore – Yamaha FJ1200 – 1983
    Dale Quarterley – Suzuki XR69 – 1984
    Steve Rapp – Yamaha – CMR FJ 1100
    Robert Ruwoldt – Harris Kawasaki – 1980
    Rennie Scaysbrook – Suzuki GSX1100 XR69 – 1980

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    https://mojoyamaha.com/build-prep/

    now that is a bike build!

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    your bike has a CMR frame, right?


    Yeah, I'm slow with the news... Just came across this on a -24deg morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclocrossfool View Post
    this is all old news. ive been posting pics, clips, results etc. here- https://www.facebook.com/groups/1796...?ref=bookmarks
    So much win...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclocrossfool View Post
    ive been posting pics, clips, results etc. here- https://www.facebook.com/groups/1796...?ref=bookmarks
    You have been......now I'm lusting over sweet Superbike rides

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    I think you have to be his friend on facebook, but he posted the video of his crash.

    https://www.facebook.com/jason.pridmore.9/videos/2328090003867968/
    I like my shocks like I like my carryout. Cheap and Chinese.

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    And Tim Joyce had two 1st place and two 2nd place finishes there.

    https://www.computime.com.au/meetings/2019/ISCL/ISCL19_R22.pdf
    I like my shocks like I like my carryout. Cheap and Chinese.

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    for those who can pull themselves away from the screw driver thread . and the equally exciting valve thread, part 2- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDJZ...v3C9VI7tvYizYQ
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclocrossfool View Post
    for those who can pull themselves away from the screw driver thread . and the equally exciting valve thread, part 2- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDJZ...v3C9VI7tvYizYQ
    I'm sure this post will gone by the weekend!!

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