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The Pioneer: Bud Ekins

The Pioneer: Bud Ekins

Bud Ekins is the Godfather of the Modern Classic movement. He is the guy that jumped the Triumph into the barb wire fence in "The Great Escape." The guy that built Steve McQueen's Desert Sleds, and the guy that saw raw talent in a 16 year old upstart from Palmdale.
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Revived: The Castle Rock TT

Revived: The Castle Rock TT

The Castle Rock TT was one of the most prestigious races in the AMA back in the heyday of flat track racing. To win it was known as a legendary achievement, and some of the biggest names in the history of dirt racing competed there for eternal glory,
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Becoming The Best: Richard Pollock of Mule Motorcycles

Becoming The Best: Richard Pollock of Mule Motorcycles

"I started out just riding and breaking bikes, which naturally lead to working on them. After fixing them came attempting to make them better, then building them from scratch. The more you do, the better you get and most importantly, learn who to listen to. Listen to criticism. A fresh set of eyes is critical to learning. You’ve got the rest of your life, be patient and do things right. Your bike will come out a lot better."
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Isle of Man TT

Isle of Man TT

The Isle of Man TT is the longest running motorcycle race in the world, and arguably the most challenging because it is indisputably the most dangerous.
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The King Of Steeplechase: Skip Van Leeuwen

The King Of Steeplechase: Skip Van Leeuwen

Skip Van Leeuwen was considered the best TT Steeplechase rider in AMA history, and over his highly successful career as a Triumph rider won multiple AMA nationals and numerous West Coast regional championship titles. Van Leeuwen was born in Iowa...

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The Wild One: Marlon Brando

The Wild One: Marlon Brando

Brando’s performance as the character became iconic, and helped define the rebellious motorcycle rider image. This was aided by his sporting a leather jacket, tilted cap, jeans, and his sweeping moody glare. The look and persona he created went on to inspire the likes of cultural icons for generations to come, including contemporaries James Dean and Elvis Presley.
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It's About Having Fun: Max Duff

It's About Having Fun: Max Duff

"I’m a pretty chill guy, so the first question people usually ask is "What’s up with the dark name? The answer to that question dates back to November 2011, and it’s the reason why Death Collective exists."
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