Bell Custom 500: A Modern Take on the “Original” Motorcycle Helmet

Some riders really prefer the vintage look, and it can be tricky to achieve when it comes to motorcycle helmets. Modern safety regulations mean that most helmets have to conform to certain standards, and apart from the occasional cool decal, it can be difficult to find a suitably-retro helmet. Long-time riders will certainly be familiar […]

Stewart Wins Seattle

After a troubling few months, it looks like James Stewart is back on track, earning his second win a row and putting him within spitting distance of the AMA Supercross championship. Stewart was a disappointment both on-track and off, as he was arrested for impersonating a police officer and put in poor showings in several […]

A Buyer’s Guide to Finding an Adventure Touring Motorcycle

Motorcycles are typically grouped into categories that focus on a particular riding style. For example, sport bikes are tuned for performance, while touring bikes are meant for long journeys. Dirt bikes can handle any type of off-road environment, while street bikes and cruisers are all about tearing up the pavement. For the uninitiated, this breakdown […]

Restrictive Federal Wild Lands Policy on Hold for This Fiscal Year

The funding measure that keeps the federal government operating through Sept. 30 includes language that bars the U.S. Interior Department from using any money to carry out the new Wild Lands land-use policy, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) reports. The Fiscal Year 2011 Continuing Resolution — which was approved by Congress and signed into law […]

AMA Get Out and Ride for a Cause! Week Highlights the Generosity of Motorcyclists

Week three of the American Motorcyclist Association’s (AMA) Get Out And Ride! Month celebration focuses on the enduring philanthropy of motorcyclists. During AMA Get Out And Ride For A Cause! Week, April 18-24, the AMA will spotlight the generosity of riders who give of their time, energy and talents to benefit the motorcycling community and […]

SERT Wins World Endurance Opener

Suzuki Endurance Racing Team has won the opening round of the 2011 Qtel World Endurance Championship – the 24-hour 75th-Anniversary Bol d’Or at Magny Cours in France. The GSX-R1000-mounted reigning World Champions crossed the line at the 3pm finish with 814 laps completed; six laps clear of race-long rivals SRS Kawasaki (808 laps), BWM Motorrad […]

Brown Wins Cahuilla Creek WORCS Race – Caselli Finishes 2nd Overall

Factory FMF/KTM riders Mike Brown and Kurt Caselli topped the podium at the fourth round of the WORCS held at Cahuilla Creek MX Park in Anza, CA. Brown and Caselli finished 1st and 2nd respectively during Saturday’s 1 hour plus one lap moto. Both riders put together another solid performance for Sunday’s moto with Caselli […]

FMF/KTM Team Sweeps Podium at West Point National Enduro

The FMF/KTM Team swept the podium at the fourth round of the AMA National Enduro Series held in West Point, TN when all three team members put together impressive performances to take all three steps of the podium. Three-time National Enduro Champion, Russell Bobbitt, took the win at the Rad Dad National Enduro after placing […]

2011 Seattle AMA Supercross Results

2011 AMA / FIM World Championship Supercross series round 15, Seattle, Washington race results/recap: Stewart Aces Seattle to Set Up Thrilling Series Showdown The 2011 AMA Supercross series is going down to the wire in what many are describing as the best championship in recent memory. San Manuel Yamaha’s James Stewart won his second Main […]

KTM Motorsports and The Mid-Ohio School Announce 2011 Race_Orange Fly and Ride Dates

KTM Motorsports and The Mid-Ohio School are proud to announce six KTM Race_Orange Fly and Ride dates for the 2011 season. Earlier this month the pair announced the continuation of their partnership through 2012, a partnership that began when KTM Motorsports was named the official motorcycle of the The Mid-Ohio School back in 2008. The […]