From road to track, Chris Moss talks SV650 on The Inside Line
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FROM ROAD TO TRACK, CHRIS MOSS

FROM ROAD TO TRACK, CHRIS MOSS TALKS SV650 ON THE INSIDE LINE

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Chris Moss talks to four guests on the latest episode of the Inside Line, looking at the longevity and versatility of one of motorcycling's most popular and most successful machines, the perennial overachiever that is the SV650.

He is joined by journalist and former BSB racer Alastair Fagan, who has raced SVs in the Supertwin class at the TT and on short circuits, as well as JHS Racing's James Holland, who has built and tuned hundreds of them.

One of the most popular classes of racing at British clubs is the Minitwin class, packed with stock SV650s, and CEO of the British Motorcycle Racing Club, Mike Dommett, talks about the history and popularity of the class, while owner Will Browning reveals what its like living with his 2017 machine day-to-day.

 

Listen on Spotify here, or on Apple Podcasts, here.