Perhaps New Zealand’s most popular motorcycle racer, Graeme Crosby took Daytona by storm TWICE. First the 100 mile Superbike Race and then the Daytona 200 miler. But that was only a smidgen of the success that Graeme Crosby was to achieve before retiring back to New Zealand to write his biography and to restore Kawasaki Z1’s – one of his favorite bikes.
Born in July 1955, Kiwi Graeme Crosby became a professional Grand Prix motorcycle rider and became the only person to have won the Daytona 200, the Imola 200, the Suzuki 8 Hours and the Isle of Man TT.
Peter Starr, AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famer, talks with Graeme about his career, motorcycle racing, winning the TT (and way he stopped), circuits, riders and much more….