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  • Andrea Dovizioso, Ducati, MotoGP

    No more Mr. Nice Guy: Dovi’s on-track demeanor belies his humble nature

    Andrea Dovizioso’s near title-winning season comes during the most competitive year in MotoGP history.
  • Jorge Lorenzo offers insight into the Repsol Honda rider’s method of pushing the limits

    Crashing used to leave a black mark on your résumé. More frequently than not, Marc Marquez earns a gold star.
  • Let that Superquadro breathe with an aftermarket exhaust

    Five top aftermarket exhaust choices for Bologna’s outgoing superbike.
  • A few basic mods to tide us over until the new Beemer is released

    Keep the passion for your current BMW S1000RR alive with some new mods. Because nothing says “true love” like emptying the contents of your wallet.
  • Unleashing even more performance potential from KTM’s super naked

    Chris Fillmore’s impressive win at Pikes Peak earlier this year puts the Super Duke in the record books. A few modifications can make the stock package reach even higher…
  • The Suzuka 8 Hours is more like an eight-hour sprint than an endurance race, and there are no spec tire or ECU rules

    The Suzuka 8 Hours is hugely important to the Japanese motorcycle manufacturers, so the factory teams are stacked with MotoGP and WSBK championship riders and the pace…
  • Employee pride in the brand at the Ducati factory in Bologna, Italy, is on a whole new level

    There are many companies where employees take pride in the brand they work for—but the enthusiasm displayed by the people who work at Ducati is on another level.
  • A few key accessories for the versatile Ninja 300

    Some easy additions to Kawasaki’s Ninja 300 create a workhorse that takes a lot of sting out of the daily grind.
  • A function-packed head-up display that you can mount to any full-face helmet

    HUD technology finally enters the motorcyclist sphere with the Nuviz HUD system that packs GPS navigation, music, phone, and video camera capabilities into one unit.
  • The 2018 Yamaha R1 and R1M get minor updates that make a massive difference

    The 2018 Yamaha R1 and R1M get minor updates that make a massive difference.

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