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Suzuki GP DVD


New for the first time on DVD, this super rare documentary film covering the most celebrated Grand Prix moto-cross effort in the history of the sport. SUZUKI G.P. covers four years from 1970 thru 1973. You will see the super exotic works bikes tested and assembled in Japan. Travel with Joel Robert, Roger DeCoster, Sylvain Geboers, Olle Pettersson and the Suzuki team to various tracks through out Europe. From behind the Iron Curtain in East Germany to the famous Citadel at Namur Belgium. Witness "The Great" Joel Robert bring Suzuki their first World Championship and Roger "The Man" DeCoster winning his first World Championship on the super light weight RH and RN Suzukis. You will not believe how fast these guys go!!! Joel Robert at the 1971 swiss Gran Prix. Roger DeCoster at the 1973 Italian Gran Prix.... UNBELIEVABLE!!!!!! You can almost smell the Castrol R!! You will see inside the works Suzukis as the mechanics disassemble them at the Nimag headquarters in Holland. Plus candid scenes in the pits.........This film also features GP stars Hakan Andersson, Bengt Aberg, Ake Jonsson, Jaak Van Velthoven, Heikki Mikkola, Jaroslav Falta, Adolf Weil, Willy Bauer, Jim Pomeroy, Torleif Hansen and many more. Length is 1hr. 40min.



Suzuki GP DVD | 32.95 USD



Motocross Classics DVD 1968 1970 1972 1973


Four very rare films for the first time digitally converted to DVD. Never seen before footage of some of the best riders of all time. From the European GP circuits to the famous Trans-am series at Saddleback Park in Southern California. This DVD is guaranteed to bring some of the greatest motocross battles ever, directly into your living room.

Film#1. Documents one of the most celebrated rivalries in motocross history. Joel Robert and Torsten Hallman in a fantastic battle that goes down to the last moto in Lansdorf Austria during the 1968 250 World Championship series. The film starts in Spain and ends in the Austrian Alps. The deciding moment is actually captured on film! Also featured is the very first works Suzuki RH250 ridden by Olle Petersson. There are close up shots of the works bikes in the pits. This is a fantastic film that displays some of Joel Robert's and Torsten Hallman's riding when they were on top of their game. INCREDIBLE!!!

Film #2. The 1970 250cc Italian Gran-prix. This film is shot in Italy near the Adriatic coast on one of the most picturesque tracks in Europe. It features both motos with Joel Robert, Sylvain Geboers and Roger DeCoster in a three way battle. Watching Robert on some incredible off camber downhills is simply amazing! Also are shots of the works Suzuki's in the pits.

Film #3. 1972 International race in Holland. Features most of the factory riders with their works bikes in a pre season race. Sylvain Geboers, Christer Hammargren, Jaak Van Velthoven, Pierre Karsmakers, Gerrit Wolsink and many others. Very good racing on a very fast and rough track.

Film #4. This film highlights the 1973 Trans-am at Saddleback. It is narrated by Gary Bailey and the footage is fantastic!! Both motos of the 500cc international and 250cc support race are covered. You will see just about every World and National Champion at the time in this one race. There are some great shots from all over the track. You will not believe how fast Rich Eierstedt on the very first RC250 works Honda goes down Banzai Hill. WOW!!! Also is some footage of the very first works RC450 Honda. If you have ever been to Saddleback, you have to see this. It brings back many memories. FANTASTIC!!!



MX Classics DVD | 32.95 USD



Yamaha Motocross DVD 1971 1973 1977


1971 Grand-prix of Japan. This film is probably the earliest footage of Yamaha's works effort. A two day event in front of 70,000 people!!! You will see the very first works YZ250's ridden by Torao and Hideaki Suzuki. These were the prototypes to the YZ250A model, the very DNA of Yamaha's motocross bikes. You will also see the incredible 139lb. YZ125!!! no.15 ridden by Torao (thats right 139 pounds). And works AT1's, works 90cc's and works Suzuki's. Nearly every guy in this film has a works bike!! These guys go real fast on a very picturesque track in northern Japan. The bikes are super trick. The Cool Factor of this film is off the charts. This is one of my favorite films.

1973 Yamaha's GP effort in Europe. Hakan Andersson winning the world championship (Yamaha's first) on the very first mono- shock. This was the bike that started long travel suspension! Jaak Van Velthoven, Christer Hammargren and also Ake Jonsson on the infamous Yamaico in some very rare footage of the first USGP at Carlsbad. Also Tarao Suzuki on the works 125 mono-shock in the very first 125 world championship season, battling with Andre Malherbe on the works Zundapp.

1977 Yamaha's first 500cc world championship. Heikki Mikkola on the awesome OW26... Fantastic footage!! Interviews with Roger DeCoster, Brad Lackey and Heikki Mikkola. Great footage of DeCoster on the Suzuki and Lackey on the RC500. Great battle with DeCoster and Mikkola at the Citadel in Namur Belgium!..This is what you call BIG TIME MOTOCROSS!!!



Yamaha Motocross DVD | 32.95 USD



Mid-Ohio 1980 125 USGP DVD


1971 Grand-prix of Japan. This film is probably the earliest footage of Yamaha's works effort. A two day event in front of 70,000 people!!! You will see the very first works YZ250's ridden by Torao and Hideaki Suzuki. These were the prototypes to the YZ250A model, the very DNA of Yamaha's motocross bikes. You will also see the incredible 139lb. YZ125!!! no.15 ridden by Torao (thats right 139 pounds). And works AT1's, works 90cc's and works Suzuki's. Nearly every guy in this film has a works bike!! These guys go real fast on a very picturesque track in northern Japan. The bikes are super trick. The Cool Factor of this film is off the charts. This is one of my favorite films.

1973 Yamaha's GP effort in Europe. Hakan Andersson winning the world championship (Yamaha's first) on the very first mono- shock. This was the bike that started long travel suspension! Jaak Van Velthoven, Christer Hammargren and also Ake Jonsson on the infamous Yamaico in some very rare footage of the first USGP at Carlsbad. Also Tarao Suzuki on the works 125 mono-shock in the very first 125 world championship season, battling with Andre Malherbe on the works Zundapp.

1977 Yamaha's first 500cc world championship. Heikki Mikkola on the awesome OW26... Fantastic footage!! Interviews with Roger DeCoster, Brad Lackey and Heikki Mikkola. Great footage of DeCoster on the Suzuki and Lackey on the RC500. Great battle with DeCoster and Mikkola at the Citadel in Namur Belgium!..This is what you call BIG TIME MOTOCROSS!!!



Mid-Ohio DVD | 32.95 USD




Click below for info on our Photo CDs - All prices include shipping!!!

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1972 Honda RC125M Photo CD


The 1972 Honda RC125M is without a doubt one of the rarest and trickest motocross bikes ever built. The incredible achievement of those young engineers that went into an unknown field under immense pressure from Mr. Honda himself is now preserved for the ages. Until now no one outside of the 1972 Honda works race shop has ever seen one of these 138lb rocketships up close. Honda was clearly ahead of their time with this bike. It was so advanced and so far ahead of the competition at the time, it is no wonder it won in it's third race against the best and most experienced works 125 teams in Japan. The bike is a true testimony to Honda's amazing ability to conceive and develop the best hardware in the world.

This CD is jam-packed with over 200 super hi-resolution photos of nearly every angle imaginable. It is the result of a project that spanned over four Months at different locations of taking and selecting the best photographs possible. There are close-ups of all the special handmade parts and even some never before seen photos of inside the engine. Each photo is a large un-watermarked jpeg file that can be used to print brilliant photos for your office or garage. The majority of these photos will be exclusive to this CD only and never published anywhere else. As a special bonus there is a short video included of Taichi Yoshimura on the RC125M delivering Honda their first ever 125 motocross win in history at the 1972 "All Japan Motocross." The video is fantastic and in color and with sound.



1972 Honda RC125M photo & video CD - 48 States | 17.95 USD


1972 Honda RC125M photo & video CD - Rest of the World | 22.95 USD



1973 Suzuki RN73 Photo CD


Roger DeCoster's 1973 world championship Suzuki, the RN73 is now available on a PHOTO CD. Over 200 Hi-Res photos of nearly every possible angle of one of the most historical motocross bikes of all time. Out of all of Roger's 5 world championships, 1973 was the toughest. The 1973 500 world championship was a dramatic series as DeCoster over came many challenges including a very tough battle with Willy Bauer. The series climaxed in the final moto of the final race in St. Anthonis Holland with DeCoster clinching his 3rd world championship on this very bike. This bike is one of two works RN 370's that Roger used that year and the only one left in existence. It is the bike Roger used at Carlsbad (the first USGP) and it is preserved in remarkable unrestored condition just as it came off the race track in 1973. Even the grips are original and still have DeCoster's special mod at the thumb area on the throttle side. Not one drop of touch-up paint has been added. To see it in person after so many years is almost surreal. This Photo CD is the next best thing!

This CD is the result of a project that took over 5 years. The bike was taken to several locations in several states and the best of over 5000 photos were selected for this CD. Revealed for the first time are pictures of never before seen things such as the cylinder porting, the bike with the tank off showing the frame, inside the airbox that was so secret in the day. Included are photos of the special sand tank made the night before the final race by Lucien Tilkens (inventor of the monoshock) because the standard works tank didn't hold enough fuel to last 40 minutes plus 2 laps in the sand at St. Anthonis. Also, photos of some of the special experimental works shocks Roger used during the 1973 season as long travel suspension was just being developed. This is a very comprehensive collection of photos of one of the most celebrated bikes ridden by one of the best riders in history.

The photo files are so large (some over 7 megs) that you will be able to print large poster size photos for your office or garage. Most of these photos will never be used or seen in any publication and be exclusive to this photo CD.



1973 Suzuki RN73 Photo CD - 48 States | 17.95 USD


1973 Suzuki RN73 Photo CD - Rest of the World | 22.95 USD




1979 Yamaha OW40 Photo CD

Bob Hannah's 1979 250 Championship OW40



1979 Yamaha OW40 Photo CD | 17.95 USD

1979 Honda RC250M Photo CD

Marty Tripes' 1979 Honda RC250M



1979 Honda RC250M Photo CD | 17.95 USD

1981 Honda RC250M Photo CD

Johnny O'Mara's 1981 Honda RC250M



1981 Honda RC250M Photo CD | 17.95 USD

1986 Honda RC250 Photo CD

Ricky Johnson's 1986 Championship RC250



1986 Honda RC250 Photo CD | 17.95 USD


Click below for info on our books

Legendary Motocross Bikes - by Terry Good


Legendary Motocross Bikes is a 160 page book covering 20 factory works bikes in a format that has never been done before. Each bike is described in detail from a technical point of view and from a performance point of view. Plus, the riders that steered these amazing bikes to victory describe what it was like riding them, what put it ahead of the competition and what memorable moments happened along the way. The book features many never told before stories such as Roger DeCoster's account of his dramatic 1973 championship season and how he modified his own works Suzuki to save the title. DeCoster also tells about testing the only monoshock works Suzuki (before Yamaha bought the patent) plus featured is the only photo of him riding it. Joel Robert describes what it was like to ride his incredible 168 lb. works Suzuki that delivered him his sixth and final world championship. Also, what really happened when Marty Tripes' works Honda was claimed at Hangtown in 1979. Marty Tripes, Honda team manager Gunnar Lindstrom and the claimer John Roeder tell their stories for the first time in 30 years. How about Bob Hannah's account of developing the awesome OW40, the bike that took him to his last of seven championships. Was the OW40 really the best Yamaha Hannah ever rode? Did you know Kent Howerton was almost lured into signing with Honda after his 1980 AMA championship? Learn why and how HRC was formed and the secrets behind Honda's incredible dynasty that lasted over 10 years. The reader will have incredible access to these historical bikes through detailed photography as well as never before seen archive shots from the riders own personal collections. This book is an irresistible celebration of the works bike era that will provide hours and hours of great reading.


This book is currently sold out!!!

Bikes & Riders Featured in this Book:

  • Chapter 1 - 1961 Monark/Lito - Sten Lundin
  • Chapter 2 - 1971 Yamaha YZ250 - Torsten Hallman
  • Chapter 3 - 1972 Suzuki RH72 - Joel Robert
  • Chapter 4 - 1973 Suzuki RN73 - Roger DeCoster
  • Chapter 5 - 1973 Yamaha YZ250 - Hakan Andersson
  • Chapter 6 - 1974 Yamaha OW13 - Tom Kratzer
  • Chapter 7 - 1976 Yamaha OW27 - Bob Hannah
  • Chapter 8 - 1976 Honda RC500M - Pierre Karsmakers
  • Chapter 9 - 1976 Puch 400 - Joel Robert
  • Chapter 10 - 1977 Honda RC500M - Jim Pomeroy
  • Chapter 11 - 1979 Honda RC250M - Marty Tripes
  • Chapter 12 - 1979 Yamaha OW40 - Bob Hannah
  • Chapter 13 - 1980 Suzuki RH80 - Kent Howerton
  • Chapter 14 - 1980 Yamaha OW41 - Rick Burgett
  • Chapter 15 - 1980 Mugen ME125 - Johnny O’Mara
  • Chapter 16 - 1981 Honda RC250M - Johnny O'Mara
  • Chapter 17 - 1985 Honda RC500M - Andre Malherbe
  • Chapter 18 - 1986 Honda RC250M - Ricky Johnson
  • Chapter 19 - 1987 Honda RC250M - Eric Geboers
  • Chapter 20 - 1989 Honda RC500M - Eric Geboers

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Reviews


Terry

You should be so-so-so very proud of yourself. The book is absolutely beautiful!! The pictures you took are amazing!!! We went through it last night and couldn't believe the cool shots you took! So sad it's not a hard top but none the less - you did a superb job - Sir Terry Good, author extraodinaire!

Terri and Bob Hannah


Hi Terry,

Now I have received the book.
It is a fantastic book which such a history of all the bikes and riders and also such nice photos.

Hakan Andersson


Hi Terry,

Received my copy of "Legendary Motocross Bikes" about two weeks ago. Congratulations on one fabulous piece of work.
Consolidating all that information with the photos, as well as the restoration of all the hardware is truly an accomplishment that deserves the utmost in recognition for your efforts as well as a gesture of sincere appreciation from someone who lived through a number of those years, in close proximity to the subject matter. I'll be sending you my copy for your signature. As always, if I can be of assistance to you in any way, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Thanks and Best Personal Regards,

Bill Buchka


Terry,

Thank you for sending me the Legendary Motocross Bikes book. I am really impressed by the quality of the book and of course proud to be a part of it. I will be glad to post the book on the website of my motorcycle club

Torsten Hallman


Hello Terry,

Thanks for the copy of the works bike book, the photos and the narrative are both outstanding! I would also like to thank you for including Tom and Bill in the book, I know that they would be be very appreciative of your efforts and the excellent results. Please keep Brad and I in the loop of your progress of restoring Bill's 125. Thanks also to Terry Hyde for his role in making this come together

Best Regards,
Peter Kratzer


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