The American Motorcyclist Association celebrates April as ‘AMA Get Out and Ride!’ Month

It’s official: The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is celebrating April as “AMA Get Out and Ride! Month.” While some motorcyclists live where just about every day is a day in the saddle, many riders are stuck in a deep freeze all winter. There’s no better way to rekindle America’s ongoing love affair with two (or […]

Team Husqvarna survives 6 hour torture test

As the Fred Andrew’s Husqvarna Team raged at the GNCC in Georgia, the boys on the West Coast Zip-Ty Racing Husqvarna Team took a well-deserved break from racing action. However Team Husqvarna was still in action this past weekend as the corporate crew stepped up for the annual Glen Helen Raceway 6 Hour Endurance Race. […]

AMA Yamaha Super Ténéré Adventure Riding Series Kicks Off for 2011

The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to announce a new title sponsor for the country’s premier riding series for fans of big-bore adventure-touring motorcycles with the 2011 launch of the AMA Yamaha Super Ténéré Adventure Riding Series. Geared toward riders of all brands of adventure-touring motorcycles, the AMA Yamaha Super Ténéré Adventure Riding Series includes […]

American Motorcyclist Association Members Select America’s 15 Best Motorcycling Roads

The results are in, and communities nationwide are the winners. Members of the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) voted on their favorite roads in America, and the top 15 selections represent scenic highways and byways throughout the country. “When it comes to the best places in the country to ride motorcycles, no group of riders is […]

Edwards and Crutchlow Eager to Kick Off 2011 MotoGP Challenge

The Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Team completed its winter testing campaign in Qatar tonight, with Colin Edwards and Cal Crutchlow quickly turning their attention to the start of the 2011 MotoGP World Championship this weekend. Edwards was delighted with his progress at the conclusion of preparations for his ninth MotoGP campaign, the Texan working meticulously […]

Glen Helen Raceway to host Dirt Fest 2011

Make sure your ATV tires are in order and strap on your helmet, because Dirt Fest 2011 is coming to Glen Helen Raceway in Southern California. This three-day event lasts from March 25th through the 27th and features three full days of racing and exploring on some of the best trails around. The action kicks […]

Confusion, controversy and crashes at Daytona 200

The Daytona 200 is always a wild race full of surprises, but this weekend’s past race has to be one of the craziest ever. It ended with Ducati rider Jason DiSalvo getting the win, but the finish was certainly not without controversy. Motorcycle tires were the talk of the day, as it appeared that none […]

Spies Satisfied After Final Pre-Season Test Session in Qatar

The biggest threat on the track this evening for Yamaha Factory Racing riders Jorge Lorenzo and Ben Spies was not other riders but fiercely strong winds blowing across the Losail circuit in Qatar. The final pre-season MotoGP test session before next weekend’s opening race was a battle against the elements. American rider Spies built steadily […]

Cooper Podiums At Australian MX Opener

Team Rockstar Motul Suzuki’s Pro Open challenger Cody Cooper conquered treacherous, muddy conditions at the first round of the Australian National Motocross Championship at Broadford to put his fuel-injected RM-Z450 on the box. After a hot and humid qualifying session, dark clouds descended on the State Motorcycling Complex just as the gate dropped in Moto […]

Borich Races Takes Washington GNCC Win

Rockstar Makita Suzuki’s Chris Borich claimed his second win in as many weeks with a come-from-behind victory in the American Maxxis General GNCC – round two of the 2011 Can-Am Grand National Cross Series in Washington, Georgia. The Rockstar Makita Suzuki rider ran second for most of the race after getting off the line in […]