Freddie Spencer will be hosted by Bike India and TVS
Freddie Spencer affectionately called Fast Freddie among bike racing aficionados the world over, dominated the bike racing scene. He created history by making the distinction of becoming the only racer ever to have won the world championships in precisely the same season; no one has replicated. The mythical rider will be linking from the two-wheeled parties at IBW this year, and you can catch him up at the Bike India stall and TVS stall at the event. When you’ve got a passion for studying and own his book, Feel: My Story, bring it along and get it signed
Bikes have been racing since he was four years old, and now won his first ever 500-cc Grand Prix. In 1983 he won his entire tournament, which makes him the youngest ever world champion that was premier-class, a record he held for 30 years until a 20-year-old Marc Marquez won the title in 2013. Freddie Spencer has hurried Kawasakis, Yamahas, and Ducatis, however, shone brightest with the Honda Racing Team, with whom he won all three of his world titles, and has contributed towards the growth of several of the Japanese marque’s most successful and influential race bikes. He was also closely involved in the maturation of the oval-piston NR500, which he rode from the fire-breathing Kenny Roberts in Laguna Seca in 1981 and the two-strokes of Randy Mamola.
It is going to be an honor to host this motorcyclist that is fantastic in IBW, where he will be signing autographs and sharing his own experiences with the Indian motorcycling community.