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Cal Rayborn

Cal Rayborn
Item #: RR-CR-SNP

Born and raised in San Diego, California, by the 1960s Cal was winning races at local club meets. He turned pro on the Grand National circuit in 1965 and won his first AMA National in Carlsbad in 1966. As a Harley-Davidson factory racer, he won at Daytona in both 1968 and 1969. The following year, he rode a Sportster-based streamliner at the Bonneville Salt Flats and achieved a world record 265mph. Cal won 11 AMA Nationals during his short career. Perhaps his most famous race was at the Transatlantic March races held in the United Kingdom. Using an under-powered, borrowed bike, he won three of the six rounds and tied for top scorer. He became a factory racer for Suzuki in 1973 but was killed later that year when his bike seized and crashed in New Zealand.

Price : $100.00

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Cal Rayborn

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