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Misfire Episode #4: Triumph success, biking animals, Rossi racing cars and autonomous motorcycling robots - Motofire

Misfire Episode #4: Triumph success, biking animals, Rossi racing cars and autonomous motorcycling robots

We’re back. Once again. Looking With the ill behaviour.

After the holiday break, we’re back again with our usual round-up and ramble around the week’s news. It’s been a quiet few weeks of course – because we’ve all been off boosting the economy and our waistlines, but we still manage to discuss:

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  • Self-driving cars – OK but motorcycling robots? – hell no! We deserve the fun not them. Drift triking BTW – wickedly cool!