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Bio: Ian Hutchinson (born 12 August 1979 in Bingley, West Yorkshire) is an English professional motorcycle road racer specialising in events held on closed public roads like the Isle of Man TT, the North West 200 and Ulster Grand Prix. Hutchinson's most successful racing year was in 2010, when he set the record of winning the most races in a single Isle of Man TT festival in June, achieving five solo wins, preceded by Supersport class at the North West 200 in Northern Ireland. At a British Supersport round in September, Hutchinson suffered a crash resulting in a badly broken left leg after being hit by another rider's machine which needed many surgical operations and much time to recover. Unluckily, he again fractured the leg in 2012 when riding an off-road bike practicing exhibition-riding for a motorycle show at the Excel Arena in London.
Bio: 2010 Started riding Phil Morris Machines in Parades in England Wales and Ireland.
Bio: Nick's career actually started in 1964 at the age of 12, when he passengered his father, Allan Jefferies in a "Veterans's" Reunion Trial near Otley, in the old West Riding of Yorkshire. His father was riding the same 596cc Scott (with added sidecar) that he had ridden in the 1932 Scott Trial, becoming the last man to win the Scott on a Scott!
Bio: John McGuinness (born John Warren McGuinness, 16 April 1972 in Morecambe) is an English professional motorcycle racer who competes for the Honda Europe factory racing team in road races like the Isle of Man TT, the North West 200, the Macau Grand Prix and on the short tracks he rides for the Padgett's Honda Racing Team in the British Superstock and Supersport series. He was part of a motorcycle endurance-racing team called Honda TT Legends. McGuinness is a specialist Isle of Man TT solo motorcycle rider with 23 wins as of 2015. In 2013, a left-hand bend on the Snaefell Mountain Course used for TT races before the top of Barregarrow on the main A3 road was named McGuinness's in recognition of his wins, together with Dave Molyneux who was similarly honoured. In April 2016, the RAC announced McGuinness as recipient of the Segrave Trophy for 2015.
Bio: Racer Alan Tinnion Cumbria
Bio: 28 year old Hickman from Burton-on-Trent had a stellar 2015 season that included a 131.6mph lap of the Mountain Course on only his second appearance at the Isle of Man TT races riding what was in essence a stock bike. That and Superbike wins in Ulster and Macau helped him secure the Bike Sport News Roads Rider of the Year award. 2016 will see Peter riding the factory backed JG Speedfit Kawasaki ZX- 10R of the GBMoto Racing Team both in the British Superbike Championship and the major road races.
Bio: AMMO are pleased to be sponsoring jGH Racing riders Rob Hodson and Jamie Hodson
Bio: AMMO are pleased to be sponsoring Jim Hodson , Richard Stubbs & Denise Chenoweth co-Directors of iDesign Kitchens & Bathrooms Ltd
Bio: AMMO are proud to be co-sponsoring Paul in his racing this year and wish him every success for 2014!! Paul Johnston age 32 bike Honda CR 250 and CR 450 past winner of the north of England and Northern centre. adult a class winner at Brampton 2013. This year concentrating on the Scotts nationals on the 250 and the SMXF championship in Scotland. Thanks to AMMO, DRUMCLOG MOTOPARK, ONE TWENTY THREE MX AND JM.MX Thanks to Pete Bell Photography for the great picture. Check Pete out at pbell83photography
Bio: AMMO are very pleased to be co-sponsoring Phil Morris Race Team. Phil run's a very professional team and is involved in road and circuit racing both nationally and internationally. Catch up with Phil and his team and many events over the coming season including Isle of Man TT, Goodwood Revival, Festival of 1000 bike etc. Please have a look at his website www.philmorrisracing.co.uk to see where you can catch up with him.

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