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Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming:
"WOW, what a ride !!!"

Due to the overwhelming response to this Quiz, as of 2-16-07, we've given away all of the shirts! Thanks for playing!

Top Ten Trivia Quiz

Test your memory and add to your T-shirt collection with a Vintage Iron World Championship shirt at the same time!

Questions 1-4 are for a large shirt, 5-8 are for an extra large shirt and 9-10 are for a "real man's" shirt (aka XXL)

* Hint: The questions are also based around the shirt sizes. Hmmmm...

  1. While he won five world championships when he was racing, he has won more championships since he retired. Hint: He hails from the land of waffles.
  2. This multi-time world champion will forever be remembered as the first ambassador of motocross in the US. Hint: He is also credited with the reintroduction of four stroke engines in motocross in the late 70's.
  3. Our first exposure to this young star was his wheelie scene in "On Any Sunday". Hint: He has won 8 National titles, the most recent of which was only two years ago.
  4. This one hit wonder won the one everyone wanted to win. Hint: He is now an exec at No Fear with an office that is a stone's throw from the famous track he won on in 1980.
  5. He won four 250 National titles on three different brands. Hint: He is the only US rider to own his motorcycle company.
  6. This rider won the USGP an incredible 5 times. Hint: He can also tell if you really do floss.
  7. This factory Yamaha rider stood head and shoulders above his competition. Hint: His nickname had a certain ring to it.
  8. This factory Maico rider is the only person to ever win a Supercross title on the German brand. Hint: His nickname is a popular breakfast plate.
  9. He is still regarded as one of the most naturally talented riders of all time and credited with breaking Bob Hannah's leg in a water skiing accident. Hint: He is the youngest rider to ever win a 250 Supercross main.
  10. He made beer bellies and motorcycle racing socially acceptable on the pages of his revolutionary publication. Hint: Changing into his hero outfit in a phone booth was an option for this character.

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