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Classic Seventies Class Proves To Be Popular addition to Format


Classic Seventies Classes have proved to be a popular addition to the CMCRR racing, Photo by Club Member Doug Cornes. read more...

Nick Cole takes on Barber and Daytona USA


NZCMRR racer Nick Cole is back in NZ with two world titles under his belt. AHRMA World Championship Premier 500 and Formula 500 classes. read more...

Stroud and McIntosh win three championships in one day


Current NZ Superbike Champion Andrew Stroud swapped his 180hp Suzuki GSX-R1000 for an Auckland built 500cc McIntosh Manx Norton with less than a third the horsepower, to win two Australian Historic Championships on September 4th and 5th, plus a third title on a sister 350cc model.


Stroud superior in classic races


by Evan Peqden - Waikato Times

Veteran Gordonton Superbike star Andrew Stroud has taken a ride down memory lane in Australia and carried off three of that country's national classic motorcycle racing titles.


Classic bikes keep star racer young


Hamilton pensioner Hugh Anderson was a local hero in the Dutch city of Assen in the 1960s.

The 74-year-old member of the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame, who won four world grand prix motorcycle road racing titles in the 1960s, yesterday headed back there to ride in next weekend's Centennial Classic TT Assen 2010.