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"Perfect  Day"
by
Nicholas Watts

 After an eleven year hiatus, grand prix motorcycle road racing returned to the USA and Laguna Seca. 
Chasing a dream of becoming World Champion, American Nicky Hayden dominated the weekend.
  Qualifying in pole position and then leading the race from flag-to-flag, Nicky scored his maiden GP victory.
  A hugely popular and emotional win, it would begin the final march in the realization of a life long quest 

which Nicky would achieve by becoming World Champion the following year.

A limited edition of 200 giclee prints (19.5 x 24.5).  Hand Signed by Nicky Hayden.
    Includes a special Certificate of Authenticity w/photo of Nicky at the signing.  $260 which includes shipping


 
                                



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                                                                                                “At the Limit”
                                                                                                   Suzuka  1993
                                                                                                                 by
                                                                                                        John Keogh


                                                                For Wayne Rainey, this would be his most memorable race.
                                           Although the new Team Roberts Yamaha YZR500 suffered from an ill handling chassis,
                     Wayne, pushing his Dunlop tires to the edge, was able to slide the bike at will, steering it with the rear wheel.
                                                                        “I could slide it where I wanted to. I was having so much fun.”
     Winning from Kevin Schwantz by less than a tenth of a second, it would be the last close finish of the Rainey-Schwantz rivalry.

      A limited edition of 200 giclee prints. 22 x 28 (image w/border 19 x 24)
Hand Signed by Wayne Rainey. $260 Shipping included. 
                                                              Includes a special Certificate of Authenticity w/photo of Wayne signing. 
                                        Wayne has requested that a portion of the sales of this print go to a charity of his choosing.



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                                                                                          "Twins - Full Circle"
                                                                                                                                               Valencia  2006
                                                                                                                                                            by
                                                                                                                                                  John Keogh
                                
                                      Troy Bayliss and Loris Capirossi the men who, in 2003, lead Ducati's first foray into grand prix, riding the awe inspiring, Desmosedici 990cc       
                                                                                                        MotoGP machine are reunited for the bike's last race at the 2006 season finale.
                                                             Bayliss, having just secured his second World Superbike Championship for Ducati, was riding for the injured, Sete Gibernau.

                                                    He dominated the  race, scoring his first GP victory while leading teammate and three time World Champion, Capirossi, to the finish.                
                                                                                                                                             The first Ducati one-two finish in MotoGP.

                 Absolutely stunning, multimedia works by motorcycle designer/artist John Keogh, celebrating Ducati and it's riders, while commemorating  historic milestones for all.                                                              This gorgeous piece is printed on a new archival paper called Silver Rag, which produces a giclee print of such high  quality, it appears to be 3D!
                                                                                             Dimensions are 22 x 28 inches, with an image (border included) of 18.75 x 24.5 inches.
                                                                                                      A very limited, unsigned edition of ONLY 15 prints!   $260  including shipping!
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Y                                                                                                                                    "Tempesta di Rosso​​
                                                                                                        Catalunya  2007
                                                                                                                                                                    by
                                                                                           John Keogh                                                                                                           

                                                                           In the first year of the 800cc format, Casey Stoner and his Ducati Desmosedici, were indeed a Red Storm.
                                                           Winning ten of eighteen races, the 22 year old Australian secured a first MotoGP Championship for himself and Ducati.
                                                                                      In a season that saw few 'elbow to elbow', late race battles for victory, Catalunya was exceptional.
                               Here, the best straight up fight of the year between Casey and his main rival, Valentino Rossi, would see the two contest the race in spectacular fashion.
                                   Unlike many before him, Casey shrugged off Valentino's famous late race pressure to win by 0.069 seconds. In Rossi's words, "He rode like a God."

                  Absolutely stunning, multimedia works by motorcycle designer/artist John Keogh, celebrating Ducati and it's riders, while commemorating historic milestones for all.             
                                          This gorgeous piece is printed on a new archival paper called Silver Rag, which produces a giclee print of such high quality, it appears to be 3D!
                                                                                                Dimensions are 22 x 28 inches, with an image (border included) of 18.75 x 24.5 inches.
                                                                                                                       A very limited edition of ONLY 15 prints!   $260  including shipping

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                                                                                                                 "Che Spettacolo"​​
                                                                                                                        by
                                                                                                         Nicholas  Watts            

                      Who could forget 2004? And once again, the Australian GP! Rossi did not need to win to clinch the championship.
 However, that is not Rossi's way. The 'Show' he put on in sealing his fourth straight premier championship culminated in a heart-stopping,                           final lap shoot-out, that was vintage Rossi. Four championships, three different bikes, two different factories, ONE pilot.

                    Only 12, full- sized (36 x 48) canvas gicless where printed.  It is hard to tell these  canvases from the original painting.
                                      Print #003 was donated to Riders for Health, signed by both Valentino Rossi and Sete Gibernau
                                      and sold at the Day of Champions auction,  at the British GP at Donnington, on June 29th, 2006.
                                                                                                             
                                                                 Each  giclee is accompanied by a unique certificate of authenticity.
                                                                           Absolutely the very best for your office, business or home.
                                                                                                              $4,000  including shipping

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                                                                                                            "The Doctor has Arrived"
                                                                                                                                                   by 
                                                                                                                                   Nicholas  Watts

                                       In 2000, a twenty year old Valentino Rossi, having a 125 and 250cc World Championship to his credit
                                  would compete in the premier 500cc class for the first time.  He would finish second in the championship.
                                                                                                                          2001 would be different.
                                                     If doubters remained, there would be none following the Australian GP at Phillip Island.
                                  Refusing to be second, Rossi would win a spectacular race by the slimmest of margins, over his arch rival.
                                 This would secure Rossi's first premier class championship and the last for the awesome 500cc machines.
                                        In Valentino's own words at the time, "My best win of the year , probably my life.....was in Australia."
                                                                                                                Indeed, "The Doctor"had arrived.


                     Only 8, full-sized (36 x 48) canvas giclees were printed and just two remain.  Three were donated to charities including
                        the Riders for Health.   They were signed by Valentino and auctioned at the British GP and the USGP at Laguna Seca.
                                                                                                                   $5,000  with shipping included