The biggest win and the smallest road

June 25th, 2012

The Big Win

So challenging is the IOM TT Snafell course that to be competitive three consecutive years in a row is difficult; winning 3 consecutive years in a row is a rare feat indeed.

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Aerodynamics: “the New Black for Spring 2012″ (aka the Kardashians passing wind)

May 24th, 2012

Each generation MotoCzysz has had one overriding priority that we place above all others. Never has the priority been to build a cheaper motorcycle or an easier to assemble motorcycle but to always build a faster motorcycle. 

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Is MotoGP lost: 500 > 990 > 800 > 1000 > CRT > ?

April 1st, 2012

Companies race for only a few reasons: R&D, Sales & Marketing and hopefully passion, fans watch for even fewer; to witness the greatest competition known to man.

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September 26th, 2010


Unlike our familiar world in its constantly expanding universe, a racers world resides in a unique universe- it is forever collapsing.  A racer’s single goal is to go faster and faster and by doing so a racer compresses both time and space… that is until he/she arrives at Bonneville.

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The “other” WIN

August 1st, 2010

laguna front straight 2

I lost the race before the first corner- then won the race after the last corner. It was a single, 16 minute race that perfectly mirrors the MotoCzysz attitude- Never give up!

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the WIN

June 10th, 2010


The victory felt proper, even important; it was only in the leccy (what the locals call an electric motorcycle) class but the sense was- this may be the class of the future.

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Reciprocating VS Rotary

April 16th, 2010

It is very easy to take for granted how marvelous and remarkable an internal combustion engine really is- in fact, I think it is incomprehensible.

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Streamlining VS. Dustbin; Can the DUSTBIN part II

March 10th, 2010


My previous blog synthesized down to one sentence- 
Dustbin fairings (true to the definition) add unnecessary risk for a racer competing on the IOM.

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Can the DUSTBIN (for road racing)

March 8th, 2010

Moto_Guzzi_racing_dustbin[1]In 1957 dustbin fairings were banned from road racing, in 2009 some people think it’s a good idea to bring them back- they are seriously mistaken.

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1″ = 25.4mm’s

February 24th, 2010

Years ago I was at an event where Oliver Stone was asked how he made a film, his answer? “Inch by mother-fucking inch” Fast forward to today and I can completely relate. Want to know how you build a motorcycle? “Millimeter by mother-fucking millimeter.”

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