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TT legend Joey Dunlop is remembered 10 years on
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Dunlop remains the Mountain King

Over 100 bikers will complete a lap of the Mountain course on Friday 2 July to mark the 10th anniversary of Joey Dunlop's death.

A decade ago the motorcycling world was in mourning as they heard of the racing legend's death in Estonia.

The 26 times TT winner died immediately after crashing into trees during a 125 cc event in Tallinn.

Former TT winner, Milky Quayle said: "He was my childhood hero, the only person I ever wanted to be was Joey."




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