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Pedrosa Opts for Collarbone Surgery

After a controversial incident on the track with rider Marco Simoncelli, Dani Pedrosa has opted to undergo surgery to repair his broken collarbone, in the hopes of returning in time for the June 5th Catalunya Grand Prix in his home country of Spain. Simoncelli and Pedrosa’s crash has been on everyone’s minds this week, with […]

Yamaha Moves ATV Production to America

Yamaha has announced that they will be moving overseas production of their ATVs to the U.S., in a move that could potentially lead to cheaper prices for consumers. The models, previously manufactured in Japan, will begin production later this month in Newnan, Georgia. For right now, the U.S. factory will share worldwide ATV production duties […]

Kawasaki’s Heritage Hall is a Must-see for Motorcycle Fans

Kawasaki has a long history in the motorcycle industry, and newer riders might not realize just how much Team Green has contributed to both motorsports and motorcycles as a whole over the years. With the recent opening of “Heritage Hall” at Kawasaki’s Irvine, California headquarters, motorcycle fans can see the history of the Japanese manufacturer […]

Paris Hilton Racing Team Gets First Win after Surprise from Viñales

When Paris Hilton announced that she was launching her own motorsports division, the racing world collectively rolled its eyes. Analysts wondered if all the bikes would be painted pink and most assumed that the team would never be seriously competitive. Yet the Paris Hilton brand did a lot to prove doubters wrong this past Sunday […]

KTM Details Changes to Motocross Bikes

KTM has announced some new changes to its lineup of motocross bikes, with all six bikes receiving some changes for the 2012 model year. The company currently manufactures three two-stroke bikes – the 125, 150 and 250 SX – as well as three four-strokes: the 250, 350 and 450 SX-F. These bikes are popular choices […]

Stewart Says He Won’t Race at AMA Motocross Opener

The roller coaster ride that is James Stewart’s motocross career continues, as the rider has announced that he will not be racing in the opening round of this weekend’s 2011 Lucas Oil AMA Motocross Championship. Questions lingered about the rider’s readiness after he suffered a foot injury in the finale of the AMA Supercross series. […]

Osborne Wins USGP Moates Cup Again!

Zach Osborne won the coveted Moates Cup at the U.S. Grand Prix for the second year in a row. Established last year to celebrate America’s return to the FIM Motocross World Championship GP schedule as well as commemorating 30th anniversary of Marty Moates becoming the first American to win the USGP, the Moates Cup is […]

JDR/J-Star/KTM Team Signs with Max Muscle for MX Series

The JDR/J-Star/KTM Team is proud to announce its newest partnership with Max Muscle for the 2011 AMA Pro Motocross Championship Series starting this weekend May, 21, 2011 at Hangtown Raceway. The partnership opportunity came about after the JDR Team parted ways with former partner We All Ride Clothing. “I am glad we had the opportunity […]

Motorcycle Industry Leader, Pioneer Joins Motorcycle Hall of Fame

The Motorcycle Hall of Fame is pleased to announce that Parts Unlimited founder Fred Fox, who built a small business into the largest aftermarket motorcycle, snowmobile, all-terrain vehicle and personal watercraft accessory distributorship in the world, will be inducted into the Motorcycle Hall of Fame as part of the 2011 American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) Legends […]

Team Husqvarna has a World Class Weekend!

Graffunder Sweeps LoggerXcross, Salminen & Meo Top World Enduro Rounds What a weekend for Team Husqvarna’s global racing effort! Stateside, Zip-Ty Racing’s Cory Graffunder went 1-1 at the LoggerXcross as Husqvarna-Team CH Racing totally dominated the Enduro World Championship round in Sicily with Juha Salminen and Matti Seistola swapping E1 wins and Antoine Meo topping […]