Kawasaki Isle of Man TT 2014“Sometimes we hate it, sometimes we love it.”That’s the way the Quattro Plant Muc-Off Kawasaki team describes the iconic Isle of Man TT. Similar emotions are displayed throughout Kawasaki’s latest nearly four-minute video on the the 2014 Isle of Man TT.
At this past June’s TT, riders competed at the 2014 IOM TT aboard Kawasaki Ninja machinery – James Hillier (Quattro Plant Muc-Off Kawasaki), Horst Saiger (Saiger Kawasaki), Dave Molyneux (DMR Kawasaki) and Dean Harrison (RC Express Kawasaki).All the riders discuss their experiences at the TT, which riders like Molyneux have been racing since 1985, and only completed likely “250” laps.For a recap of this year’s TT, visit 2014 Isle of Man TT Recap.
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In the second segment Neale Bayly brings us the third and final segment from Brian Slark—the man who helped bring Norton motorcycles to America. Having spent 27 years and counting at the Barber Museum in Birmingham Alabama, Brian talks us through the final part of his career, that of course includes how the museum got started and where it’s going.
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