AMA revises rules for 2011 Supersport season

The American Motorcycle Association has announced a rules update that will bring some changes to its 600cc Supersport class, which will race its third season in 2011. Previously, the series featured a “Top Gun” and “Young Gun” division for racers aged 16-21, with the winner of the Top Gun division claiming the overall championship. Next […]

How to Kick Start a Career as a Motorcycle Mechanic

Changing careers is both exciting and stressful, whether you are 20 or 60. Regardless if it happens by choice or you don’t have an option, it could be a great opportunity to finally pursue something you truly enjoy. If motorcycles are your passion, consider training for a new career as a technician. Intrigued? With summer […]

Gun Case Buyers Guide

Protecting your firearms from damage in transit or while in storage at home is not only a worthy endeavor, in some states it’s the law. Safe storage to protect your firearms from damage, locking gun cases and safes also keep your guns safe from curious children or burglars. If hunting with your ATV or RTV, […]

Motocycle Hall of Fame adds nine

The Motorcycle Hall of Fame has nine new members after the induction ceremony held this weekend at the AMA Legends and Champions Weekend in Las Vegas. Eyvind Boyeson, Don Castro, Larry Coleman, Clark Collins, David Emde, Mitch Payton, Bruce Ogilvie and John and Rita Gregory were all added in a ceremony honoring the heritage of […]

Progressive teams up with bikers to raise food for charity

Motorcycle rallies take place all over the country, and some bikers make it a point of visiting multiple events throughout the year. Each rally is unique, with different events planned and vendors present depending on where it’s being held. But those who have traveled to multiple rallies in the past few months may have noticed […]

Trike conversion an emerging trend

Some riders love the freedom that motorcycles offer, but have to give it up once the bike becomes too much to handle. Others may have short legs or injury issues that prevent them from keeping a bike properly balanced. That’s why many are turning their traditionally two-wheeled vehicles into three-wheeled motorized tricycles. The Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal […]

Blazusiak Wins Las Vegas EnduroCross Finale

Red Bull/KTM rider Taddy Blazusiak finished his year on top. Not only did Blazusiak earn his 5th victory of the AMA EnduroCross Series but he wrapped up his second EnduroCross Championship. Blazusiak started the night off well after impressing the crowd in the afternoon hot laps. Blazusiak turned the fastest lap time of the night […]

Suzuki Announces 2011 Racing Programme

Following a year of racing success on the roads and tracks of the UK, Suzuki GB PLC has announced its 2011 racing programme – a subsidised opportunity to make racing more affordable for budding club racers or British Superbike or Supersport contenders. With Suzuki’s all-new GSX-R600 due to arrive in the UK early for the […]

Wunderkind bike rider turns pro at age 12

Many professional motorsports competitors get their start at a young age, but few have had such a jumpstart on their career as Pembroke, Massachusetts, resident C.J. McAdam. According to the Pembroke Mariner, McAdam, 12, has already been racing bikes for five years after being introduced by two of his uncles, who also ride. Since then, […]

Small-town motorcycle noise battle may be headed for federal court

A small-town battle over the rights of motorcycle riders to have loud exhaust pipes may soon be headed to federal court, if one citizen has his way. The town of North Hampton, New Hampshire, recently passed a local ordnance mandating that all bikes have an EPA sticker on the exhaust pipe that ensures that the […]