"SO– WHICH ONE OF YOU SORRY S.O.B.’S IS COMING IN SECOND?" or “SO, HOW MANY ONE-ARM PUSH-UPS CAN YOU DO!? THEY DON'T COUNT UNLESS YOUR PECKER AND YOUR NOSE TOUCH THE GROUND AT THE SAME TIME.”... Gary Nixon wasn't a shy rider at all. Ballsy, cocky and had a bit of an ego as well (like many big time racers, but you need to be like that to get to the top anyway I think). But what a hard rider. Rode injured and beaten up a lot, but never complained. Rode lesser bikes way harder than anyone else could and succeeded in winning on them. (Or crashing trying) His injuries made him turn to road racing which was a little less demanding perhaps for him. And the story continued just like at flat tracking. Racking up wins whenever he could. A deserving A.M.A. Grand National Champion in 1967 and 1968 as a member of the Triumph factory racing team, and bagged the Daytona 200 as well in 67. Not to forget, he also won the 1973 U.S. National Road Racing Championship for Kawasaki. Never shy, never lost for words, and always tough as nails. Just the way a legend should be. Gary Nixon, wherever he is, probably mouthing off to the guy next to him.
Size: A2 42-60cm
Paper: Biotop Naturel Paper 250gr./m²
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Comes with an official Woefie-Art certificate of authenticity.
Signed by the artist.
Includes limited Woefie-Art decals.
Numbered from 1 to 50 only. No A2 reprints when stock runs out!
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