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Flat Tracking the Peoria TT

Road Dirt contributing photographer Dean Phelps was on hand to snap all the race action at this past weekend’s 73rd annual Peoria TT in Illinois. Part flat track racing, part motocross, the Peoria TT is a unique and legendary race. Hosted by the Peoria Motorcycle Club, the TT has been held consecutively since 1947, the longest running dirt track race in the world.

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The Heroes of Laguna Seca

Every hero battles an enemy, achieving their glory by overcoming foes that cause corrosive self doubt and questioning of their skill.  This fire of testing purges the slag and hardens their resolve, screwing their courage to the sticking place despite violent opposition.  In World Superbike racing, that violent opposition weighs just 370 lbs. with over 230 horsepower.

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Jake Gagne at Laguna Seca

Road Dirt correspondent and photographer Ryan Nolan and his videographer wife Natalie attended the Laguna Seca round of the World SBK and MotoAmerica races recently, and had the chance to catch up with Superbike racer Jake Gagne in a short followup interview. Against the backdrop of the fabled Corkscrew section of the track, Ryan and Jake discussed the race season thus far, the challenges and thrills of this world-famous track, and Jake’s hopes for the remaining race rounds.

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Playing in the Dirt at the Lima Half-Mile

Defending Twins champ Jared Mees won a hard-fought battle for the front with contenders Jeffery Carver Jr., Henry Wiles, and rookie sensation Brandon Price. Current points leader Briar Bauman fell out of contention when his rear tire came completely off during the 10th lap, eliminating him from any chance of winning, and erasing much of his hard-earned points lead over Mees.

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