In the world of motorcycle racing there are only a handful of riders that the label ‘living legend’ doesn't do justice to. Australian rider Mick Doohan is one such man.
Doohan earned his stripes in the days before electronics and traction control, scoring an incredible five consecutive 500cc World titles from 1994 to 1998 on the fire breathing two-stroke Grand Prix machines.
Mick defined himself at the limits, a real daredevil whose bravery and skill draw you in. It’s a real TW Steel attitude.