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THE MOTOMAX PROJECT RE

RIC STEELE of MotoMAX in Perth is passionate about what he describes as ‘pure motorcycling’ — bikes which aren’t trying to be something they’re not.

It’s a philosophy which led him to racing 250cc GP bikes.

“Although a dying class, I loved the fact it was a pure racing class, not just a street bike!,” Steele told Retrobike.

He has the same philosophy with street and modified bikes. He likes machines which

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