Three times TT winner Graeme Crosby is set to return to the Classic TT Races, taking part in the Classic Racer Magazine lap of honour.
Amongst New Zealand’s all time pure road racing greats, Graeme will be riding at the Classic TT, the XR69 1000 Suzuki that took him to success on the Mountain Course in the early 1980’s.
For many he is perhaps best known for his 1980 senior TT success, when piloting a RG500 Suzuki.
Since the Classic TT Races first began in 2013, Graeme has only missed one running of the popular event.
Photo by Dave Kneen
Commenting on his return to the meeting, that celebrates the long prestigious history of the TT Races, he said:
“I’ve only missed one Classic TT since it was introduced and it is one of my favourite events of the year. I really enjoy the Classic racing scene and am actively involved in supporting riders by building classic race bikes.
I’m looking forward to catching up with all the fans on the Isle of Man once more as well as getting a run out on the XR69 with Team Classic Suzuki.”
Words by Stevie Rial