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AMA Announces U.S. Team for 2011 International Six Days Enduro

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is pleased to announce the U.S. riders for the World Trophy Team that will contest the 86th International Six Days Enduro (ISDE). For 2011, taking on the best off-road racers in the world, Aug. 8-13, in Kotka-Hamina, Finland, are: Destry Abbott, Russell Bobbitt, Kurt Caselli, Jimmy Jarrett, Nathan Kanney and […]

Five UTV Essentials – You Can Take It With You

If something happens when you’re out driving your utility vehicle, you should be prepared. Of course, you can’t predict what might happen on your ride. From flat tires to crazy dust storms to engine breakdowns, if something can go wrong, it just might. Unlike a dirt bike, your UTV gives you plenty of room to […]

Indianapolis Plans to Repave Track for MotoGP

Indianapolis Motor Speedway has taken the concerns of MotoGP riders to heart, and has repaved a section of track that reportedly gave riders a lot of trouble over the past few years. MotoGP has been racing in Indianapolis since 2008, but every year seems to be marred by criticism from the riders about the condition […]

National Hare and Hound Race Cancelled Due to Permit Issues

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) has announced that Round 7 of the National Hare and Hound Series, originally scheduled for next weekend, has been canceled. Apparently, the group ran into some complications with a permit from the Nevada Bureau of Land Management (BLM), which has to approve all races in the state. The race, originally […]

GSX-R600 Sets the Pace on the Track

Suzuki’s all new 2011-Model GSX-R600 has been proving itself on race tracks world-wide in the hands of Team Suzuki riders as well as on the road with Suzuki owners and world media. Fast becoming a firm favourite with the motorcycle press globally, the GSX-R600 has been setting the pace in the British, American and Australian […]

A Buyer’s Guide to Finding a Side By Side

The ATV market is wide and diverse, but one of the styles that is often overlooked by many riders is side by sides. These vehicles may not be what drivers immediately think of when they picture an ATV, but they can certainly be worth the investment in many cases. Although their base is somewhat similar […]

Laughlin River Run Set to Kick off 29th Annual Rally

Escaping the lights of Las Vegas, Don Laughlin decided to build his casino out in the middle of the Mojave Desert, close to the Colorado River and the Nevada/Arizona border. The casino’s still around, but the area is now perhaps better known as the annual site of the Laughlin’s River Run motorcycle rally, which is […]

Soft Luggage – Let the Bike Do the Work

For me, every motorcycle ride is an opportunity. For a great photo. Or a good meal. Or a to-do list hardware store run. That means I’m either carrying something with me (a camera, wallet, map), or bringing something home (box of nails, half a burrito). Maybe both. I could wear a motorcycle backpack, but I’d […]

Bike Night – Summertime is Showtime

Summertime is showtime. Yes, it’s Bike Night Season. Is your bike ready? We’re not just talking about aired-up tires and topped-off fluids. We’re not just talking about parking your bike on the perimeter so you can walk through and look at other motorcycles. We’re saying “get your own bike ready for showtime.” Spend a little […]

Injured Honda Team Shows Up Anyways

Honda’s AMA Supercross factory team has had some hard times this season, as its rider Josh Grant went down to injury early on. Grant was followed later by Trey Canard, and with both out until the end of the season, Honda finds itself without a rider for the remaining races. That’s why many were surprised […]