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This Month In Motorcycle History
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August 31, 2007 - TheMoto Guzzi Norge 1200 GT is voted "Motorcycle of the Year" by Motociclismo magazine.
August 30 , 1966 - Motorcycle extraordinaire, Gus Kuhn dies at 67.
August 29, 1976 - Italy's Giacomo Agostini wins the 1976 500cc Class German Grand Prix at the Nurburgring Circuit in Nurburg, Germany. The race would be his 122nd and final Grand Prix win.
August 27, 1968 - That All-American motorcycle daredevil, Evel Knievel, has his plans to jump the Grand Canyon denied by that All-American Secretary of the Interior, Stewart Udall.
August 21, 1969 - Ten-time Isle of Man TT winner, "The Flying Kiwi", Bruce Anstey is born in Wellington, New Zealand.
August 20, 1977 - Tragedy strikes the Ulster Grand Prix as sidecar driver George Oates and his passenger John Molyneux are killed at Tournagrough Road on the Dunrod Circuit.
August 19, 1966 - Former Dutch Grand Prix motorcycle road racer, Wilco Zeelenberg is born in Bleiswijk, the Netherlands.
August 18, 1955 - Editor, illustrator, animator and comic strip cartoonist Harry Palmer dies when he's struck by a patrolman's motorcycle in Miami, Florida.
August 17, 1950 - The August 17, 1950 issue of "Motor Cycling" (the green 'un') features the Norton Dominator, "Bred in the Finest Tradition of British Motor Cycles".
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