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The Doctor, Kentucky Kid, Texas Tornado, aka Valentino Rossi, Nicky Hayden and Colin Edwards are all here. Read about your favorite Grand Prix racer on the MotoGP rider bio page.
Who is the most popular MotoGP racer in the world? Valentino Rossi. Learn more about Valentino Rossi in Motorcycle USA's Valentino Rossi page for career highlights, pictures, and news.
Jorge Lorenzo has been a force in MotoGP since his 2008 debut, becoming one of the most dominant Grand Prix riders in the paddock with his 2010 and 2012 MotoGP championship victories. Find out more about Jorge Lorenzo by checking out Motorcycle USA's Jorge Lorenzo page for career highlights, a complete bio, and racing pictures.
Marc Marquez made a huge debut in MotoGP and looks to further solidify his name among the greats. Learn about Marquez in Motorcycle-USA’s Marc Marquez bio page.
Starting from humble dirt track beginnings at the age of four, Nicky Hayden has captured many titles including a MotoGP championship. Check out Motorcycle USA's Nicky Hayden page for highlights, videos, and Nicky Hayden biography.
A 250GP star, Dani Pedrosa has been a consistent title contender througout his young MotoGP career, campaigning from Day 1 for the factory Repsol Honda team. Read more about the Spanish rider on the Dani Pedrosa bio page.
A World Superbike Champion and Yamaha MotoGP veteran, Colin Edwards has been dubbed by many as the "Texas Tornado." Read more about MotoGP rider Colin Edwards in MotorcycleUSA's Colin Edwards Rider Bio.
Andrea Dovizioso has been steadily progressing in MotoGP after a solid run in the 250 ranks. Not as hyped as some, the Italian returns now rides for Ducati alongside teammate Cal Crutchlow. Read more on the Andrea Dovizioso bio page.
Learn more about Alvaro Bautista on Motorcycle USA's Alvaro Bautista bio page for career highlights, pictures, and news.
Learn more about Hector Barbera on Motorcycle USA's Hector Barbera bio page for career highlights, pictures, and news.
The 2009 World Supersport Champion, Cal Crutchlow, is making the transition to the MotoGP series after a successful campaign in the World Superbike Championship. Read more about the British rider on Crutchlow's bio page.
Randy de Puniet
Randy de Puniet became a hometown hero when won the French 125 Championship in '97 and '98. Now he rides in the premier class for Pramac Ducati.
Hiroshi Aoyama gave World Superbike a shot in 2012 and after a disappointing showing will return to MotoGP in 2013. Check out Motorcycle USA's Hiroshi Aoyama bio page for career highlights, pictures, and news.
MotoGP Racer Hall of Fame
The elder statesman of Grand Prix, Loris Capirossi will campaign the 2011 MotoGP Championship with the Pracmac Ducati team. Read more about Capirex on the Loris Capirossi bio page.
Learn more about Marco Simoncelli on Motorcycle USA's Marco Simoncelli bio page for career highlights, pictures, and news.
Casey Stoner has consistently run at the front of the pack since his move to MotoGP, making Stoner a rider to watch in MotoGP. Find out more about MotoGP champion Casey Stoner in Motorcycle USA's Casey Stoner page for a complete racer bio, stats, and the latest news.
The latest motorcycle racing sensation is Ben Spies, taking a World Superbike title in his rookie season and now races in MotoGP. Learn more in the Ben Spies biography at Motorcycle-USA for videos, photos and interviews.
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