Pump It Up: From Bicycles to MotoGP

From June 9, 2017 on Cycleworld.com:

The year of 1889 was good for motorcycles. Although motorcycle production didn’t begin in earnest until more than a decade later, the international fraternity of throttle twisters owes a debt of gratitude to two French brothers and a Scottish veterinary surgeon who caught the vision of pneumatic bicycles tires and established what would become Michelin and Dunlop, providers of racing tires to MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3. Read more...