Yamaha Gears up for All-Female Riding School

Female racers may often feel like second-class citizens when it comes to riding opportunities, but there is a healthy and robust level of competition for women riders in the U.S. That demographic is about to get a bit more support, as Yamaha has announced the first all-women Yamaha Champions Riding School. Scheduled to take place […]

2012 RM-Z Suzukis Announced

Suzuki continues to build on its class-leading technology with the launch of the new 2012 RM-Z motocross range which is now being announced across its global network of distributors and dealers. The machines reflect development through a long history of Suzuki’s motocross racing teams including current World MX1 Championship leaders Rockstar Energy Suzuki and the […]

Pedrosa Injury Leads to Rider Reshuffle

It appears that complications resulting from surgery on his collarbone will keep Dani Pedrosa out of yet another MotoGP race, all but ending his hopes of a championship. The Spanish rider was involved in a controversial collision with rider Marco Simoncelli on May 15th. Although it was initially speculated he would be out no more […]

Windham Will Keep Riding

Fan favorite Kevin Windham has revealed that he has a few races left in him after it was previously reported he was done with AMA Motocross for the season. The factory Honda team was left without a rider when Trey Canard and Josh Grant went down to injury, so they elected to bring in Windham […]

Chaparral’s New Facebook Apps Make Online Shopping Easy

ChaparralMotorsports.com is coming to Facebook, via two new apps that have been installed on the main page In the digital age, more riders are turning to the internet as the quickest and easiest way to fulfill all their purchasing needs. Chaparral Motorsports has been at the forefront of this movement, offering a full inventory of […]

Rossi to Ride Upgraded Ducati this Weekend

MotoGP is looking forward to the 2012 season, when the size restriction on engines will be lifted and everyone will be competing on bigger bikes. Teams are already designing their models for the 2012 competition, and it appears as if some technology is going to creep its way into the 2011 races. Ducati has revealed […]

STI Hits the Internet

STI Tire & Wheel is pleased to announce the launch of its all-new website: stitireandwheel.com. The new site is loaded with information and images regarding all things STI. Visitors will find in-depth news on products like Black Diamond and Tech 4 tires, HD Alloy and Sport Alloy wheels, and pre-mounted tire/wheel kits for utility and […]

Yamaha Prepare to Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Grand Prix Racing at Assen

The historic circuit of Assen welcomes MotoGP back this week for what is a very special occasion for Yamaha. The 2011 Assen TT will witness a full livery change by Yamaha Factory Racing as part of ongoing activities to celebrate the iconic Japanese manufacturer’s 50th year of Grand Prix racing. The beautiful red and white […]

Ride for Kids® Welcomes Motorcyclists on Ride to Work Day

The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation® (PBTF) Ride for Kids® program hosted dozens of motorcyclists at an open house on Ride to Work Day on June 20. Attendees enjoyed a buffet of pizza and cake and entered a drawing for door prizes from Ride for Kids® sponsor GEICO, Ride to Work, the Motorcycle Industry Council, Olympia […]

1st Podium for Myers and GSX-R600

Team SuzukiScoopFans rider Elena Myers rode a flawless and determined AMA Pro SuperSport race to capture her first podium of the 2011 season at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama at the weekend. In Saturday’s 17-lap race, 17-year-old Myers got a great start on her SuzukiScoopFans Suzuki GSX-R600 and charged into the lead after just […]