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If you find any discrepancy, error, false, outdated, obsolete or another issue you can inform us with this form and we will add, remove or correct accordingly, if the comment is verifiable and relevant.
Motopaedia is striving to get relevant information on bikes. They are new, raced, crashed, trashed, rebuilt, re-painted, re-raced, re-crashed, dismantled to make spare parts… beside some rare factory bikes, articles are rares. But bear with us, we will bring you the best we can… Most of the bikes here are from the catalogs.
Gentlemen, Start Your Engines! There has been races; since the time bikes were raced in dirt and there will be races while there are bikes. Motopaedia will tell you about the first and report to you about the second. Since we will follow the current season together; you’ll get results and reports, but after the races to avoid proprietary infringements. Results and reports will come after the races!
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