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Nick Byrne   says:

Troy Bayliss Classic sorts the men from the MotoGP boys

The inaugural Troy Bayliss flat-track classic brought together many of the biggest names in two-wheeled motorsport from Australia and overseas for a truly unique event. It wasn’t designed to prove MotoGP riders are second best when it comes to a real man’s form of racing, but that’s how it turned out, with no blue-riband-class rider featuring in the top ten. Held...

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DJMawds

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DJMawds says:

Pfft.

'A real man's form of racing'.

Really?

I think Irish Road Racing trumps a few supermotos on an oily track. ;0)

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CHRainmaker

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CHRainmaker says:

DJ

Ain't that the truth..

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mrdata

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mrdata says:

Top 10

"no blue-riband-class rider featuring in the top ten" Whats Bayliss then? You have got to stop letting the tea boy edit these articles.

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Sheene Fan7

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Sheene Fan7 says:

bayliss ant no motogp top talent anyway

one win in a one off race and 3 years in motogp as an also ran

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mrdata

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mrdata says:

Sheene Fan7

Just stick to making the tea Sheene Fan7. At least until you've worked on your spelling and punctuation.

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Sheene Fan7

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Sheene Fan7 says:

lol ok been told off by the grammar police

its a forum not a fucking English test

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TrumpetTriple

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Typical MCN SUN headline

MOTOGP Boys - which of the top GP boys were there then ? Jorge - no, Casey - no , Dani - no , Rossi - no, Hayden - no, Dovi - no, Crutchlow - no ... you get the idea, none is the answer so typical MCN headline. 

Maybe i'm getting old ( 50 this year ) and have been getting MCN religiously since 1976 but  am beginning to feel that it's run it's course with The Sun type headlines just adding to the woes, just a personal opinion.  

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Ben52

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Ben52 says:

Motogp boys

They probably would,nt turn up cos the bikes dont have any rider aids, that would make them look bad!!

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