Motocourse 2021 Grand Prix & Superbike Calendar

Full Colour Action from Grand Prix and World Superbike Racing

Motocourse 2021 Grand Prix & Superbike Calendar
$17.99
Format: Calendar, 28 Pages
ISBN: 9781910584392
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Description

Motocourse 2021 Grand Prix & Superbike Calendar features top riders in full-color action from Grand Prix and World Superbike racing. Featured riders include Marc Marquez, Valentino Rossi, Cal Crutchlow, Jack Miller, Andrea Dovizioso, Alex Rins, Fabio Quartararo, Chaz Davies,Alex Lowes, Scott Redding, Tom Sykes, Loris Baz, Maverick Vinales and Jonathan Rea, riding the latest machines from Honda, Yamaha, Ducati, Kawasaki and Suzuki.
 
The high-quality, large format wall calendar includes more than 50 color action and rider photos taken exclusively during the 2020 season. It notes public holidays and current rider birthdays.

The author

Gold & Goose is a world-renowned bike racing agency with 30 years experience photographing MotoGP and Superbike racing.

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Specs

Format: Calendar, 28 Pages
ISBN: 9781910584392
Illustrations: 65 color photos
Size: 15.75 in x 11.75 in / 400.05 mm x 298.45 mm
Published:

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