Brown Motorcycle Vest with Scooter Collar

via Brown Motorcycle Vest with Scooter Collar

Brown Motorcycle Vest with Scooter Collar is made of genuine leather, it’s a light weight fitted leather vest for a sleek, stylish, hot and polished look. Leather vest features five front snap button, flap chest pockets, interior pockets and comes fully lined.


Blue Suede and Lambskin Gloves

via Blue Suede and Lambskin Gloves

Elegant, casual and fashionable blue suede gloves for winter season, these gloves display their unique construction with a whip stitch accent, that highlights the super soft suede back combined with the matching lambskin palm. these lambskin gloves combine the sensual feel and look of deeply colored suede with a premium quality, 100% knitted cashmere wool lining.

Youngest ever AMA 600 Supersport Champion

via Youngest ever AMA 600 Supersport Champion

An American rider from Owensboro, Kentucky (July 30, 1981 – May 22, 2017). Hayden began his sporting career with dirt track racing, starting at four years old. While in high school at the age of 17 he was racing factory Honda RC45 superbikes. In 1999 became youngest ever AMA 600 Supersport Champion with privateer Honda. In 2000, he progressed to the AMA Superbike category and finished second overall, just five points behind Mat Mladin. In 2001 he closed the season in third place. 2002 is his best year as he won the Daytona 200 and became youngest ever AMA Superbike Champion.

He is one of a long line of American road racers to come from the American dirt-track scene. Hayden joined the MotoGP in 2003 with Repsol Honda team and got 5th position in overall standings. In 2006 He got the crown of MotoGP World Championship. In 2016 he again moved to WSBK but also takes part in two various MotoGP races one in replace to Jack Miller and other in replace to Dani Pedrosa.


2003 – 5th MotoGP with Honda RC211V
2004 – 8th MotoGP with Honda RC211V
2005 – 3rd MotoGP with Honda RC211V
2006 – 1st MotoGP with Honda RC211V
2007 – 8th MotoGP with Honda RC212V
2008 – 6th MotoGP with Honda RC211V
2009 – 13th MotoGP with Ducati GP9


2010 – 7th MotoGP with Ducati GP10
2011 – 8th MotoGP with Ducati GP11
2012 – 9th MotoGP with Ducati GP12
2013 – 9th MotoGP with Ducati GP13
2014 – 16th MotoGP with Honda RCV1000R
2015 – 20th MotoGP with Honda RC213V-RS
2016 – 2 Races MotoGP with Honda RC213V


2016 – 5th WSBK with Honda CBR1000RR
2017 – WSBK with Honda CBR1000RR

Former Grand Prix motorcycle road racing World Champion

via Former Grand Prix motorcycle road racing World Champion

An Italian rider born in Rome on 26th June 1971 has been nicknamed ‘il Corsaro’ (‘the Corsair’) and ‘the Roman Emperor’ In childhood, he was more interested in football. On his seventeenth birthday in 1989 he got a motorcycle. His racing career began in 1990 when he won the 125cc Italian Sports Production Championship.

In 1991 he moved to the 250cc class of motorcycle racing, but he was not successful in his debut year and got 27th position overall. But from 1994 to 1997 he won the four consecutive titles of the 250cc racing championship. After this, in 1998 he moved to 500cc class and competed in this class for next four years.

He also takes part in the MotoGP world championship from 2002 to 2005. 2006 is his rest year. Then in 2007 he joined the WSBK and held 3rd position at the end of the season. He got two WSBK titles in 2010 and 2012. Biaggi announced his retirement from racing on 7 November 2012 and prove himself to be one of the great racers of all the time. In 2015 he once again returned to World SBK as a wild card at Misano on 21 June.


1991 – 27th with Aprilia RSV250
1992 – 5th with Aprilia RSV250
1993 – 4th with Honda NSR250
1994 – 1st with Aprilia RSV250
1995 – 1st with Aprilia RSV250
1996 – 1st with Aprilia RSV250
1997 – 1st with Honda NSR250


1998 – 2nd with Honda NSR500
1999 – 4th with Yamaha YZR500
2000 – 3rd with Yamaha YZR500
2001 – 2nd with Yamaha YZR500


2002 – 2nd with Yamaha YZR-M1
2003 – 3rd with Honda RC211V
2004 – 3rd with Honda RC211V
2005 – 5th with Honda RC211V


2007 – 3rd with Suzuki GSX-R1000
2008 – 7th with Ducati 1098 RS
2009 – 4th with Aprilia RSV4
2010 – 1st with Aprilia RSV4
2011 – 3rd with Aprilia RSV4
2012 – 1st with Aprilia RSV4
2015 – 4 races of with Aprilia RSV

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