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This Month In Motorcycle History
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September 28- October 3, 2015 - One last 2015 vacation, 'Today...' taking in an early Fall swapmeet in Connecticut. Searching for cheap parts and good beer.
September 25, 1940 - AMA Grand National Champion Mert Lawwill isborn in Boise, Idaho.
September 24, 1960 - After trying all their patience, drawing both blood and gasps, the strength-sapping 35th International Six Day Trials (ISDT) race at Bad Aussee in Austria comes to an close.
September 23, 1973 - Chas Mortimer wins the 125cc Class Spanish Grand Prix at Circuito del Jarama in Madrid, Spain.
September 22, 1977 - "Risque Business. Dancing girls performing on motorbikes September 22, 1977 on the stage of Le Crazy Horse Saloon in Paris."
September 21, 1952 - Germany's Bremerhavener Fischereihafen-Rennen (Bremerhaven Fishing Port race) is held for the first time.
September 18, 1987 - The fast-action, motorcycle-riding, knuckle-busting, gang-beating, crime-drama movie "The Principal" starring Jim Belushi (John's brother) has it's U.S. release.
September 16, 1960 - American motocross legend Mark "The Bomber" Barnett is born in Bridgeview, Illinois.
"1-2-3-4 Motorbike' is released by the Swedish band Kenneth and theKnutters.
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