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NEW ERA COMES OF AGE

THERE'S a new breed of racer competing these days — those who grew up in the 1980s and love the bikes from the era. They were out in numbers at the 2020 Island Classic, Phillip Island’s iconic Australia Day weekend event.

“THE OWNERS WERE GENERALLY OF AN AGE WHERE THE KIDS ARE GROWN UP, THE MORTGAGE PAID OFF AND THE CAREER ESTABLISHED”

Twenty-twenty saw the 27th running of the Island Classic, an event for race bikes built up to 31 December 1990. It was also the 16th

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