You can count the amount of Yamaha 350 YPVS dirt trackers built and raced on one hand. There was one in Italy, pre-2009. We heard talk of one or two in the USA, and, of course, there are a few street trackers here are there, but this one is something else. Built by Bart, in the Netherlands, it features in Sideburn 46. Photo: Maurice Volmeyer #twostroke #Yamaha #Sideburn46
Yorkshire-based producers and sellers of quality, British-made goods, Hebtroco have ponied up some more prizes for this Thursday's Sideburn mag launch at Paradise Tap & Taco in Harrogate. Hebtroco are going to judge most stylish man and woman, and give a tasty prize to each. The only stipulation, the person must have arrived on a motorised two wheeler (pillion is counted too). They have a very broad spectrum for stylish, so don't think you have to fit into some box or genre.
A couple of months ago we were sent an email, by Jessica Jane Hart, that began, 'I am a photographer and filmmaker based in Montana. I recently came across your magazine while surfing through flat track images on instagram and I was really excited to see a truly well put together and beautiful magazine focusing on flat track! For the last year I have been documenting an extremely talented young man named Ryan Zahn, who races flat track among other cool things.' Jessica's phot
There is a slight disconnect between the cover and content of this issue. The front cover is a rootin'-tootin', stars and bars Ryan Quickfall illustration of AFT racer Cory Texter apple piein' his way to an all-American podium, but much of the content depicts Europe's current obsession with going left at a rate of knots. We have a Yamaha XSR700 twin from Germany; Knight Honda RS600 replica from the Netherlands; the most gorgeous Trackmaster BSA A65 from the UK; a Yam RD350 YP