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Island Racer Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 1 issues per year The only magazine that gives fans full coverage and the chance to capture the fantastic atmosphere of the World’s greatest motorcycle road race - the Isle of Man TT. With in depth features from the finest motorcycling writers in the world - including a number of former TT racers - this is a publication no road racing fan will want to miss. Island Racer carries a balance of facts and figures, rider and machine profiles, all spiced with a look at the TT's glorious past.

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Island Racer  |  Island Racer 2007  


• Ian Hutchinson and McGuinness were best of pals, but can friendship survive Hutch getting John’s HM Plant Honda ride?
• Island Racer’s in-depth Zedless guide to this year’s TT riders.
• IT HAPPENED LAST YEAR The best TT weather for half a century, the highest speeds ever, a TT to remember. If you weren’t there, read this and pretend.
• THE FIRST 100 YEARS The Centenary marks not just a century of TT racing, but the history of motorcycling itself. The story starts here:
1907-1910
100 YEARS AGO: THE 1907 TT
TT DECADES: 1911-1919
TT DECADES: THE TWENTIES
T DECADES: THE THIRTIES
75 YEARS AGO: THE 1932 TT
TT DECADES: THE FORTIES
TT DECADES: THE FIFTIES
50 YEARS AGO: THE 1957 TT
TT DECADES: THE SIXTIES
TT DECADES: THE SEVENTIES
TT DECADES: THE EIGHTIES
25 YEARS AGO: THE 1982 TT
TT DECADES: THE NINETIES
10 YEARS AGO: THE 1997 TT
TT DECADES: 2000-2007
• RIDER AND MACHINE One sometimes ran on tabs and vodka, the other on sheer revs. Both were glorious.
• For many years recruiting new aces to the Mountain Course was in the hands of a small band of local enthusiasts. John Watterson pays homage to The International TT Riders Fund.
• Malcolm Wheeler looks back on over half a century of that special body, the TTRA.
• TAS Suzuki’s datalogging reveals exactly how fast Anstey’s Superbike is, on every straight and every bend of the Mountain Course.
• Today’s course is the fifth to tackle the Mountain. Tom Laxey looks back at its evolution over ten decades of mud, bumps, errant livestock, double vision and bleeding kidneys.
• Mick Grant takes Bruce Anstey’s Superstock-winning GSX-R1000 for a lap.
• In 1975, Mike Hailwood showed journalist John Brown around the Mountain Course. The master’s inside line turned out to be rather more inside than expected.
• Every TT is a feast of things two-wheeled but the 100th will be so much more.
• A DAY IN THE LIFE: NEIL HANSON
The only magazine that gives fans full coverage and the chance to capture the fantastic atmosphere of the World’s greatest motorcycle road race - the Isle of Man TT. With in depth features from the finest motorcycling writers in the world - including a number of former TT racers - this is a publication no road racing fan will want to miss. Island Racer carries a balance of facts and figures, rider and machine profiles, all spiced with a look at the TT's glorious past.
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Island Racer   |   Island Racer 2007   


• Ian Hutchinson and McGuinness were best of pals, but can friendship survive Hutch getting John’s HM Plant Honda ride?
• Island Racer’s in-depth Zedless guide to this year’s TT riders.
• IT HAPPENED LAST YEAR The best TT weather for half a century, the highest speeds ever, a TT to remember. If you weren’t there, read this and pretend.
• THE FIRST 100 YEARS The Centenary marks not just a century of TT racing, but the history of motorcycling itself. The story starts here:
1907-1910
100 YEARS AGO: THE 1907 TT
TT DECADES: 1911-1919
TT DECADES: THE TWENTIES
T DECADES: THE THIRTIES
75 YEARS AGO: THE 1932 TT
TT DECADES: THE FORTIES
TT DECADES: THE FIFTIES
50 YEARS AGO: THE 1957 TT
TT DECADES: THE SIXTIES
TT DECADES: THE SEVENTIES
TT DECADES: THE EIGHTIES
25 YEARS AGO: THE 1982 TT
TT DECADES: THE NINETIES
10 YEARS AGO: THE 1997 TT
TT DECADES: 2000-2007
• RIDER AND MACHINE One sometimes ran on tabs and vodka, the other on sheer revs. Both were glorious.
• For many years recruiting new aces to the Mountain Course was in the hands of a small band of local enthusiasts. John Watterson pays homage to The International TT Riders Fund.
• Malcolm Wheeler looks back on over half a century of that special body, the TTRA.
• TAS Suzuki’s datalogging reveals exactly how fast Anstey’s Superbike is, on every straight and every bend of the Mountain Course.
• Today’s course is the fifth to tackle the Mountain. Tom Laxey looks back at its evolution over ten decades of mud, bumps, errant livestock, double vision and bleeding kidneys.
• Mick Grant takes Bruce Anstey’s Superstock-winning GSX-R1000 for a lap.
• In 1975, Mike Hailwood showed journalist John Brown around the Mountain Course. The master’s inside line turned out to be rather more inside than expected.
• Every TT is a feast of things two-wheeled but the 100th will be so much more.
• A DAY IN THE LIFE: NEIL HANSON
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
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You'll receive 1 issues during a 1 year Island Racer magazine print subscription.
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