The Greatest Riders Ever!

The Greatest Riders Ever! A Blog about the greatest riders of all time.

The Greatest Riders Ever! is a blog dedicated to MotoGP and World Superbike riders, including current and former racers. The site is updated daily with news and commentary on the sport, rider profiles, and race results.

This site is owned by Motogp.com, the official website of MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3.

When the first MotoGP World Championship was held in 1949, no one could have known how the sport would evolve over the years. The past six decades have seen the best riders from all over the world descend on tracks all around the world to compete in one of the most dangerous sports in existence.

The Greatest Riders Ever is a blog devoted to celebrating some of the greatest riders ever to take to two wheels and race against each other in competition. We will be taking a look at all of the greatest riders by country and by decade, and we’ll also be looking at some of the greatest races, bikes and tracks ever used in this exciting sport.

1. Marc Marquez

The young Spaniard is the first rider to win four MotoGP World Championships in a row, and at 23 years old, he’s just getting started. Marquez has taken the sport by storm since his debut in 2013, taking five of six possible titles (he finished second in the 2014 Moto2 season).

If you love motorcycles, then you have probably dreamed of watching MotoGP in person. There is no better way to enjoy the sport than to be there in person, hearing the bikes roar around the track, feeling their power as they go by and seeing the riders at close range.

If you have never been to a MotoGP event, the prospect may seem daunting. But it doesn’t have to. Choosing your destination, buying tickets and getting to see MotoGP live can be easier than you think. Here are some tips that will help you enjoy your first Grand Prix.

Moto GP is the best sport in the world. Moto GP is an exciting sport where riders race on motorcycles at speeds over 200 mph on tracks around the world. There are 18 races per season, and this year the season runs from March to November. The riders battle for points in each race with the first place rider receiving 25 points, second place receives 20 points, third place receives 16 points, fourth place receives 13 points, and so on. At the end of the year, the rider with the most points is declared the World Champion.

Moto GP has three classes of riders: Moto 3 (250cc bikes), Moto 2 (600cc bikes) and Moto GP (1000cc bikes). Each class has a World Championship. So each year there are three champions. Valentino Rossi has won 9 World Championships, which is more than any other rider in history. He currently rides in Moto GP for Yamaha.

Honda’s New MotoGP Bike

The new Honda looks like it will be a very special bike. It is easy to see that this bike has been developed by looking at the previous bikes Honda built. The main differences are the top fairing, which seems to be of a similar design to that used on the 2006 bike, and the side fairings, which seem to be a design developed by Nakamoto in his time at Yamaha. This is not surprising as Nakamoto designed the YZR-M1 for Rossi to win the 2007 and 2008 World Championships on.

The bike also appears to have a very similar exhaust layout to that used on Casey Stoner’s Ducati, a design that took Stoner to the 2009 World Championship with Ducati. It will be interesting to see how the new bike develops over the season.

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