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CAL RAYBORN □ MIKE HAILWOOD f) MERT LAWWILL [ | JOEL ROBERT f
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1969 INTER AM [' ) 1970 CYCLE WORLD SHOW □ 1969 CYCLE WORLD SHOW f ]
GARY NIXON [) AGOSTINI [ j PASOLINI Cl MOTOCROSS FLYER [J All posters sent postpaid
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Cal Rayborn, one of the fastest roadracers in American history, shows strain and fierce concentration typical of racing champions. At this instant, Rayborn urges his 750-cc HarleyDavidson through a Daytona bend in excess of 100 mph at the very limit of adhesion. 19" x 25". $1.50 postpaid.
1969 CYCLE WORLD SHOW
Each year the Cycle World Show is announced with a graphic design triumph. The poster created for the 1969 show features a photographic abstract of a motorcycle engine. 21Vi" by 35", printed in 2 colors on heavy, glossy paper. $1.95, postpaid.
1968 INTER-AM: Demands were so heavy for the original 1968 Inter-Am posterwe have reprinted it. As with the original it is on heavy rippled stock in two colors and pictures stylish Roger DeCoster in his classic crossed-up jumps. Barbara Wagar took the picture. Size is 13" x 24" Leo Bestgen again was the artist. $1.00, postpaid.
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AGOSTINI ON THE MV THREE
The first full color motorcycle posters. Printed in Holland on high quality, heavy, glossy paper, I8V2" x 261/2". The intent Ago was caught in a sweeping curve at the 1969 German Grand Prix on the Hockenheim race course. $3.00
World Champion Joel Robert doing his thing on a CZ moto-cross bike during the InterAM series at Saddleback Park. Robert's firey style and likeable personality make him one of the most popular riders in the International moto-cross circuits and in the U.S. 19" x 25". $1.50 postpaid.
PASOLINI ON THE BENELLI FOUR Renzo Pasolini, one of Europe’s most fiery grand prix riders, on the beautiful four-cylinder 250cc Benelli. Photo taken at the Dutch Grand Prix in 1969. Also printed in Holland, in full color. 18" x 26Vi". $3.00
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GARY NIXON: Walt Mahoney was holding the camera the flamboyant Gary Nixon stuck his tongue out at. Nixon was clowning at a California short track when the shot was made. Collectors can easily cut off the advertisement at the bottom for the new Gary Nixon book if they desire. Size is 19" x 25", price is $1.50, postpaid.
MOTOCROSS FLYER Sweden’s Ken Olausson captured the fantastic instant of a spectacular crash of a Rickman Matchless Metisse rider at a motocross in France. Black and white, 18" x 25", on glossy paper. The photograph was a "Slipstream" feature in the April 1970 issue of CW, with the caption, "Let Hertz Put You In The Driver’s Seat." $1.50
Large 19" x 25" poster of Mike Hailwood on the fantastic 250cc six cylinder Honda, caught at an incredible instant heeled over and drifting at well over 100 mph. One of the most remarkable racing photographs ever made. Volker Rauch captured it with his Leica, it’s yours for only $1.50 postpaid.
Inter-Am: the magic of Europe's best motocross riders challenging America’s fastest. Inter-Am means the thrill and excitement of the cream of factory teams. Inter-Am is the race of superstars. This stunning two-color poster captures the highlights of the 1969 version of this magnificent international pageant. $1.95, postpaid.
1970 CYCLE WORLD SHOW: CYCLE
WORLD'S talented Leo Bestgen chose a theme for the 1970 show that resembles a maze, fitting for the largest motorcycle show in the world. 21V2" x 271/a". two colors and printed on heavy, glossy paper. $1.95, postpaid.
Mert Lawwill tucks in behind his number plate at the San Jose half-mile track. Mert went on to win the AMA National Championship, a fitting reward for such a personable and dedicated athlete. A photograph capturing the true drama of flat tracking. 19" x 25". $1.50 postpaid.