Magnificent Motorcycles -- 20th Anniversary Highlights
With so many highlights from the first 20 years it's hard to choose, so we
have selected some of the outstanding action that we will be recapturing at
this year's Festival.
A huge number of highly significant and memorable motorcycles, sidecars and
riders are set to return to Goodwood as part of its 20th anniversary
celebrations, but the Festival will also see a stunning selection of UK
bike debuts, rarely-seen riders and other two-wheeled wonders participating
in the event for the very first time.
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Festival of Speed 2014: Bikes, Superbikes, Race Bikes & Bikers at Goodwood
Festival of Speed 2014: Bikes, Superbikes, Race Bikes & Bikers at Goodwood.
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Highlights from Norton, Ducatti, Aprilia, Triumph and BMW at Festival of
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Giacomo Agostini 350cc MV Agusta 6 cylinder
Giacomo Agostini on a demonstration ride of a 350cc MV Agusta 6 cylinder
from 1957-1958. Filmed at the 2005 Isle of Man TT, during the evening
entertainment on the Prom.
Note - I first posted this
Perry King's Gurney Alligator - 2012 Quail Motorcycle Gathering
Ten years ago F1 racing legend, Dan Gurney, donated the first Gurney
Alligator for permanent display at the Peterson Automotive Museum. Perry
King was in attendance at the event and one of Gurney's first paying
customers. Troy Siahaan talks with King about the different model
Alligators on display at the Quail event.
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