Finnish GP 1968
Agostini MV Agusta (No. 1) and Kiisa S-565 Vostok-4 (No. 11).
It was…. in 1968 when Vostoks were next seen at international races in Finland with a 500cc “S-565″, which in its design resembled a 350cc model, while it had a more sturdy chassis and 3 valves were put into each cylinder (2 intake, 1 exhaust). Kiisa was leading in the race for the whole lap when Giacomo Agostini took over and Kiisa came off track interrupted.
Eyewitness account: “I was at the Finnish GP in 1968, and saw and heard! the Vostok. It made tremendous noise and was fast. If it had been piloted by a top-notch rider, Ago would have been pressed hard”. – pkr2000dk
sources: USSR Sportsbikes, Ants Kikerpuu, bCozz archives
Race day – the pre-launch parade
Place? Date? Persons names?
“Сменв” October 1951
source: Сергей Пашацкий
One hundred and five years ago, Olimpiada Nikolaevna Zikeeva was born.
She lived and worked in Moscow. She was Master of Sports of the USSR.
Repeated record holder, champion and prize-winner of competitions in highway-ring, linear motorcycle racing and cross-country. Including on motorcycles with sidecars over 600 cm3 (pictured).
Since 1943, she trained motorcycle racers of the Labor Reserves.
Honored Coach of the RSFSR.
source: USSR Sportsbikes, Andrey Spitsyn, Serpukhov
MEANING IS NOT IN THE ETERNAL…
MEANING IS IN MOMENTS…
AMAZING, SPONTANEOUS, UNEXPECTED, JOYFUL, COZY, EFFECTIVE, WHEN THE HEART FALLS, YOKA AND BEAT FAST FAST ….
MOMENTS THAT YOU REMEMBER ALL LIFE..,
– Лина Гизатулина, Moldova