Harley-Davidson Goes to Work on “Captain America”

Harley-Davidson fans might recognize a few of their favorite models when they check out “Captain America: The First Avenger,” this summer, as the motorcycle company was tapped to design the bikes used in the movie. Much of the film takes place during WW2, so Harley was asked to recreated models that looked like the 1942 […]

Yamaha and Polaris Issue Recalls

Yamaha recently recalled nearly 10,000 FJR1300 models made between 2006 and 2009 for issues related to electrical wiring. Unfortunately for the manufacturer, it appears that the issue is not over for the model, as it is now issuing a second recall on the FJR1300. The new recall is for models made in 2011, so there’s […]

EnduroCross Coming to X Games

ESPN’s X Games already feature a variety of motorsports, but this year, the competition is getting a much-needed boost with the addition of EnduroCross racing to the extreme sports competition. The X Games kick off this year in Los Angeles on the weekend of July 28th through the 31st, and some of the top off-riders […]

Whibley Gets Last Minute Win

While wire-to-wire wins and dominant performances can be impressive, the moments that motorcycle racing fans ultimately live for are the last-second passes and exciting finishes. There was plenty of that at the recent Wiseco John Penton GNCC in Millfield, Ohio, which represented the ninth round of the Can-Am Grand National Cross Series. Paul Whibley grabbed […]

Two Hayden Brothers on the Podium in Ohio

It’s safe to say that the Hayden’s are one of motorcycle racing’s most successful families, with brothers Tommy and Roger Lee competing in the AMA Superbike series while Nicky races in MotoGP. The Hayden family proved their dominance in the AMA Superbike race on Sunday, with two of the brothers getting on the podium at […]

AMA Bringing Changes to Vintage Grand Championships

AMA Racing recently announced that it will be bringing a number of changes to the AMA Vintage Grand Championships, which is scheduled to take place during the upcoming Vintage Motorcycle Days from July 22-24. “The AMA Racing Vintage Grand Championships attracts bikes from the 1950s to the beginning of the modern era, and everything in […]

Pennsylvania Allows Dealers to Sell Bikes on Sunday

Pennsylvania has signed a new bill into law that will finally allow dealers to sell motorcycles on Sundays. Across the country, controversial “blue laws” are increasingly being repealed by those who see them as unconstitutional, reports the Patriot-News. Laws such as this were put into place to enforce the religious “day of rest” on Sundays. […]

Strider World Cup Makes Pit Stop At Mazda Raceway

Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Hosts Strider World Cup Event July 24th

 Strider Sports International, the world’s premier no-pedal balance bike manufacturer, is bringing a Strider World Cup™ event to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on July 24th. Budding young cyclists will ride alongside their heroes during the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix, part of the MotoGP […]

Russell Earns Career Best Finish at John Penton GNCC

Factory FMF/KTM rider Kailub Russell earned his career best XC1 class finish at the John Penton GNCC when he crossed the finish line in 2nd position after a race long battle with Paul Whibley for the win. This round marked the ninth round of the GNCC Series and is dubbed the “John Penton” after the […]

Classic Win for Classic Marque at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course

As the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course celebrates its 50th year of competition, a legendary name in motorcycling won the AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport race today. Dustin Dominguez, riding the Team Latus Motors Triumph Daytona 675, took the iconic brand’s first win in AMA Pro Road Racing since 1999 when Curtis Adams won at Willow Springs […]