2011 Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight Review

Comes from Harley-Davidson’s Sportster motorcycle family that was first launched in 1957, the 2011 Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight never claims to be a touring cruiser. However, this low-riding Sportster Forty-Eight is a modest, urban motorbike that’s suitable for joyriding within the city. With its solo seat, bobbed fenders and beefy tires on black-rimmed wire wheels, this bike […]

2010 Ducati 1198 S Review

Surely worth every penny, the 2010 Ducati 1198 S is perhaps the best Ducati sportbike there is. It features a liquid-cooled L-Twin engine that offers a resounding throttle response at any engine speed yet deceivingly smooth from 4,000-rpm. It’s equipped with a dry multiplate clutch to give riders an accurate feel of what riding a […]

2011 Harley-Davidson CVO Buyer’s Guide

Annually, Harley-Davidson’s elite CVO (Custom Vehicles Operations) team launches new and unique motorcycles to their standard lineup. Expensive and exclusive, each 2011 Harley-Davidson’s CVO edition is powered by a Screamin’ Eagle 110 engine that displaces 1,803cc and generates 115 lb-ft of torque at 4,000 rpm, complete with a 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission. Harley-Davidson has built […]

2010 Kawasaki ER-6n Review

The 2010 Kawasaki ER-6n is an affordable bike (priced at only $6,699) that’s easy to ride, performs to just about everyone’s expectation with such real flair. Based on its sibling, 2009 Kawasaki Ninja 650R, the ER-6n is the third member of Kawasaki’s parallel-Twin-powered family of middleweights. This naked streetfighter bike may look user-friendly enough for […]

American Motorcyclist Association announces 2010 AMA Motorcyclist of the Year

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) announced today its AMA Motorcyclist of the Year. Awarded annually, the AMA Motorcyclist of the Year designation recognizes the person(s) who has had the most profound impact on the world of motorcycling, for better or worse, in the previous 12 months. For 2010, that distinction belongs to outgoing California Gov. […]

Dana Brown Begins Shooting Next “On Any Sunday” Feature Film

Though still in development stages, the next addition to the iconic “On Any Sunday” film franchise began shooting this past weekend at the Red Bull Catalina Grand Prix under the guidance of Director Dana Brown. Dana’s previous credits include “Dust To Glory”, “Step Into Liquid” and most recently “High Water”. For his next project, Dana […]

Yamaha signs “amateur sensation”

Amateur rider Jordan Ashburn is officially turning pro after signing on with Yamaha’s Obermeyer racing team. The 19-year-old rider exploded onto the Grand National Cross Country series last year, finishing as the top amateur in the competition. This year, he’ll make his debut in the XC2 Pro Class. Yamaha, who called the rider an “amateur […]

Youths will race Ninjas at next European Junior Cup

InFront Motorsports, the group responsible for the World Superbike Championship (WSC), has announced that it will partner with the European Junior Cup (EJC) to showcase the competition’s youth championship on the same track that the pros use. Six selected WSC events in 2011 will also feature EJC racing at some of the most famous tracks […]

AMA Pro Racing Announces Preliminary 2011 Road Racing Schedule

After an exciting 2010 AMA Pro Road Racing season that saw all class champions decided at the final event, AMA Pro announces their preliminary 2011 Road Racing schedule. New this year is the change of the fabled Daytona 200 event back to its more traditional daytime running time, a return to Miller Motorsports Park over […]

MotoGP charity auction closes out Carole Nash Motorcycle Live

The Carole Nash Motorcycle Live show in Birmingham, UK, came to a close with a charity auction that featured motorcycle memorabilia from some of the top names in MotoGP. Proceeds from the auction went to Riders for Health, an organization that donates motorcycles to health workers in rural African communities. The bikes give the workers […]