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Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy Part 1 Full Race | Revival 2016

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There was plenty of drama in the part one of the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy race at Revival this year. The two wheeled spectacle featured classic bikes from Norton and Triumph cutting through the downpour with legendary riders like John McGuinness and Michael Dunlop in control.
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aaron glass (1 month ago)
One of these announcers has done more cocaine than the other. You guess.
ushoys (1 month ago)
The only thing that would make this event better is the riders wearing proper motorcycling gear of ancient times - flat cap. goggles, flannel jacket, shirt, tie and brogues.
Allan Korup (1 month ago)
Wow ... look at that Rudge. It's a winner
Daniel Dupont (2 months ago)
Insane and graphical pictures. LOL
Jean Lawley (3 months ago)
Charlie Williams ... My favourite TT rider
Mike Skidmore (3 months ago)
Of course the engines are running but they are not in gear .. Why the Hell would they try to pass a running bike from one man to another in gear .. Oh it takes 1/10 second to put it in gear ….
Steve Fowler (6 months ago)
It looked like McGuinness kinda lost his mojo when he got tapped on the back as he got passed...like he quit racing after that...kind of funny I think.
Steve Fowler (6 months ago)
As Kenny Roberts said about racing in the rain...It's still a race, it's just raining.
gyrojomo (8 months ago)
Corser looks good even falling off.
*TheVoxOfReason* (8 months ago)
This race is too much fun! Love it.
fathead adolf barry (8 months ago)
yet more culture we dont have according to some
ArthurAlcantara (8 months ago)
You might think you look cool on your motorcycle, but you're not Dragging knee, in the rain, while riding a museum piece cool, that's for sure.
Paul anon (8 months ago)
Who in their right mind gives an Australian a classic bike to race ? They have no respect for anything.
Johnathan Doe (8 months ago)
Probably couldn’t see that he was about to hit that painted kerb for all the spray
Jim Allen (8 months ago)
That was some of the most entertaining racing I've watched in long while
Random Dude (8 months ago)
can ask you guys why motogp bikes need to spin up first before the racing? like i saw some machine where they spin up the tire then go to the race track (im not referring to heating up the tires.)
Doug BM (8 months ago)
They don't. Maybe your refer to the external starter that's used to spin the rear wheel to start the bike.
big mike (8 months ago)
these crazy bastards are fucking just plain crazy !!
Arnold Mosk (8 months ago)
Brilliant pilots on brilliant bikes!!!
Joe Cool (8 months ago)
Not being horrible but shows you how little development they did on the Nortons...and I love Nortons
CANYON KILLER (9 months ago)
legends on vintage bikes with vintage rules in the rain makes quite amazing racing. note these bikes have the shifter and back brake on the opposite sides. I own a BSA and it's tough to learn.
vector6977 (8 months ago)
Have a 1972 sportster XLCH set up like that. It is a diffrent world.
Mauro EC (9 months ago)
willis arnald (9 months ago)
This is how all Motorsports racing should be,rain,shine ,snow,18to80,blind dumb crippled or crazy!
6Twisted (9 months ago)
It's fascinating seeing these old bikes ridden with modern techniques.
Jan pva (9 months ago)
crash at 3:50...
Kandela Brown (9 months ago)
Love those opposed twins with The pushrods on top.
Wayne Preston (9 months ago)
This is why I love motorcycles.
Indra Chandra (9 months ago)
what kind of bike is this?
vector6977 (8 months ago)
Old triumphs, BMW's, manxes, probably Vincent or two
Bob Vila (9 months ago)
I love these memorial races!
DriveLongRoad (9 months ago)
Ross (9 months ago)
WTF 13 thumbs down?
Tomas T (9 months ago)
that bmw doesnt like him...i think he killed it in another goodwood race...
Derek collins (9 months ago)
Great race.Too bad it had to be raining
PukesNukem (9 months ago)
Troy was unbelievable all weekend!!
Freerider (9 months ago)
4 minutes left and they decide the red flag it. Anyhow, proper riding at least.
Steve 58 (9 months ago)
These bikes are museum pieces but they’re still going for it, proper racing, great to watch. Awesome riding.
john tripp (9 months ago)
My '70 BSA Royal star was the best transport year-round for eight years in sun and rain driving to work in Vancouver. Love these old dears.
Scotty Bhoy (9 months ago)
gotto love watch these old girls getting used the way they were intended
Wonderful Race !!!
Harry Tarbox (9 months ago)
Came for Corser! That's too bad.
Andy Fairchild (9 months ago)
Wow! Fantastic racing, what a joy to watch.
pieterklaaskrugmann (9 months ago)
8 idiots have no clue
dumbo7429 (9 months ago)
Rear wheel lock is the danger of big singles in the wet...is delicate touch on the clutch and throttle is paramont..
Brigit Coleman (1 year ago)
Met Mike Farrell on the ferry back from the TT. If you read this you have my admiration and respect for throwing that beautiful Rudge round that soaking track in such a skilled way. Fantastic riding
Thorsten_Küppers (1 year ago)
This is just brilliant! I love how these guys go to the limit on their vintage bikes.
Phil Rudge (1 year ago)
Charlie Williams and Mike Farrell beat the lot on a 1933 TT Rudge, heroic, splendid, superb!
Rattus Norvegicus (6 months ago)
Sometimes better to have a loose bike in the wet. That bike will have many modern components and re-engineered tolerances within it. I owned a 1937 500 Special,wish I`d kept it.
Bob Cornford (1 year ago)
Stupid commentary..... Manxs and G50s competed year after year in the island and yet someone always won..... it's because they weren't all identical. It depended on how quick you were and who did the engine and how good your setup was.
droceretik (8 months ago)
Miserable as this English weather Bob.
MyGun4hire (8 months ago)
Stop whinning Bob
Modfab com-au (1 year ago)
Imagine the race this would have been if Troy had stayed on! All kudos to the Rudge though, absolutely amazing!!
brooke ballard (2 years ago)
Yes that was great : )
John Wharton (2 years ago)
Cracking Gromit!!!
Marek P (2 years ago)
Number 5 is the best :)
Marek P (2 years ago)
Gallowaysiege (2 years ago)
Simply amazing.
This is absolute great stuff... this proves one thing... "The Rider, the Bike and the Conditions", three factors to fail or succeed. Just love the ancient races much much more than the modern one's!!! Goodwood shines again ;-)
Stephen Donoghue (2 years ago)
Charlie Williams, balls of solid brass on that Rudge.
Desolate Moto (2 years ago)
Super Cool
Sean Johnstone (2 years ago)
Just watching this and it reminds me why i got into bikes,fun!,so much better than todays overpaid GP stars.
I concur completely!
Pulsejet Lover (2 years ago)
OMG I would be soiling my self thoroughly.
Lower Level (2 years ago)
boothegoo pc (2 years ago)
Corser needed a jetski
George Tsiros (2 years ago)
these guys lean on water, riding ancient bikes, more than i do on a modern bike on dry roads.. brb, setting myself on fire.
MyFabian94 (2 years ago)
The Small Tires are also quite good in the Wet, where larger ones tend to Float . Shame that the BMW fell so early though.
Volta (2 years ago)
I'm sure their tires are brand new with good tread, warmed to a good temperature, and the track is spotlessly clean and perfectly smooth. If you fall on a race track (like Corser does here), absolutely nothing happens, there's barely any risk. If you have a slide IRL, you get wrapped around a tree, light pole, etc. So don't worry about it, road and track riding are completely different.
George Tsiros (2 years ago)
Rider, absolutely certain.
Mudux (2 years ago)
bike or rider limitation?
George Tsiros (2 years ago)
if it were 60fps, it would be *perfect*
Simeon o (2 years ago)
Fantastic wish Corser had of hung on. Would be nice to hear ex racers commentating than these nattering ninnies.
p3ko (2 years ago)
is this Caferacer???
Ingenium (2 years ago)
These are not Café Racers, but these bikes are the Inspiration of them.
bylla46 (2 years ago)
ohh no troy!!
djyul (2 years ago)
British Riders ! British bikes ! Wet weather riding specialists at their best!!! Brilliant!
ushoys (1 month ago)
@Jake Heke You do know that upvoting your own comments doesn't actually make them more popular don't you, Jake Heke?
Jonas F (4 months ago)
@Gustavo Muñoz As a German i feel a bit left out here. Whe dominate the dirt bike world and we are good in road bikes too. But Italy always made really nice motorcycles and Spain is known for it`s very brave riders! As a matter of fact i kinda now nothing about english riders.
Jonas F (4 months ago)
the riders are not british ,half of the bikes are BMW
Gustavo Muñoz (7 months ago)
British riders have my respect,but MotoGp has proved that us (spanish Riders) as well as italian riders are the best ones Note to everybody who read this: I do not say this as a bad coment, or as a disrespect to the british riders and fans. I love how brave this riders are, as well as the rest of British GP, such as the Isle of Man
crackedcookies (2 years ago)
What a race!

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