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The beautiful belgian Saroléa electric bike.
Some two-stroke porn.
An unlikely electric bike from a university project.
Sometimes a little help can make a difference….
“Parc fermé in operation” where the ladies are left in a cage after the race….
Fly baby, fly.
Chase mode on.
Mr. Honda came to support his team (with the hat).
Protecting the batteries from over heating….
Positioning on the start line…
On your marks…
William Dunlop with the Victory, he’ll finish 2nd.
Not the winning bike, but its twin sister…. John McGuinness’ bike turned off after a jump. A safety switch was accidentally turned on when landing…. Bruce Anstey from New-Zealand won with the second Mugen Honda.
Unfortunately the Saroléa bikes didn’t make the start. An electronic problem convinced the team to cancel their participation for the safety of their pilots.
Concentration before riding at +170Mph on the course.
Conor Cummins aka the coffee man
Eyes don’t lie….
Engines ON gentlemen…
It’s practice but crashing is not an option…
Australian team, fastest newcomer in the class.
Front row to enjoy the show.
John McGuinness knee down at Quarter Bridge.
A nice Norton with Aprilia engine.
Survived the race, high-five well deserved…
John McGuinness, 23 TT wins and 46 podiums. In a recent interview to MCN he said: “I’m old, I’m fat, but I’m still fast!” and he proved right during this TT week.
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All images © 2016 Sébastien Nunes.