Issue 11 – January 2020



We’re ringing in a new year with a news and action-packed first issue of 2020 and a whole host of the best features from across road and club racing…

We talk to one of the rising stars of road racing, James Hind, who burst onto the scene this year with Manx GP wins as well as a National 250GP championship. But on a darker note, racing could be over if we don’t find a solution to the impending and current marshal crisis – with not enough in orange to sustain even another few years.

Sidecars feature big in this edition as we expand on our three-wheeled coverage, with Lee Crawford talking to us about his Isle of Man TT debut this year and ex-passenger Harry Payne who has made a switch to the driving seat. We lift the lid on Superteens and chat to the experts about what could save the Supertwins class from extinction. Ryan Garside pulls the covers off his championship-winning steelie, we reveal our new columnists for 2020 and take a look at some of the minibike and moped action keeping racers busy this winter.

All this and more in our first issue of the new year – bring on 2020!

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