2011 AMA Pro Motocross Unadilla Results

Villopoto Posts A 1-1 Finish Despite leading the field in terms of overall points, Ryan Villopoto had not yet swept a weekend during this year’s AMA Motocross season. However, he changed that this weekend by posting his first 1-1 finish of the year and building on his already impressive lead. Villopoto won both of his […]

Obama Signs Lead Law-Exemption Bill for Kids’ Off-Highway Vehicles

In a victory for families who enjoy responsible motorized recreation, President Barack Obama has signed into law a bill to allow the sale of kids’ off-highway vehicles (OHVs) to continue, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) reports. On Aug. 12, Obama signed into law H.R. 2715, introduced by Reps. Mary Bono Mack (R-Calif.) and G.K. Butterfield […]

Sturgis Brings in Money for South Dakota

The annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota draws thousands of bikers from all across the country, and the yearly gathering has a positive effect on the locals who live in Sturgis year-round. In fact, the Sturgis mayor recently gave the annual “State of the Rally” event, which revealed some details about how this year’s […]

Changes for the 2012 Honda CRF450R

Cycle News was recently given the chance to try out the new 2012 Honda CRF450R, and gave their impression of the changes that Big Red has made to the dirt bike for this year. Suspension appeared to be the key focus for Honda this season, as it’s the area where they made the most radical […]

Sturgis Business Deals In Classic Harley Parts

The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally draws hundreds of thousands of riders to the city in South Dakota every year, and one of the shops that benefits from that is Competition Distributing, owned by Lonnie Isam. This vendor is somewhat unique in that he manufactures high-end motorcycle parts for modern V-Twin engines as well as replacement parts […]

Dirtbag Challenge Shows Off San Francisco Motorcycle Community

The annual San Francisco “Dirtbag Challenge” is set to be held this Sunday, and the Bay Area’s incredibly diverse motorcycle community is expected to turn out in full force, reports The Bay Citizen. San Francisco boasts one of riding’s oldest communities, dating back to the founding of their first motorcycle club in 1904. Only the […]

Honda Promotes Barcia to 450cc Class

Honda has announced that 250cc rider Justin Barcia will be stepping up to the 450 class to fill in for injured riders Josh Grant and Trey Canard. Big Red has had a number of problems with injuries this season, and they had to bring in Kevin Windham to fill in for their two sidelined riders. […]

New Hampshire Ready to Debate Motorcycle Noise

Two groups are looking set to go head-to-head in New Hampshire’s legislature over a new proposal that could potentially limit the decibel levels of motorcycle mufflers even further. The current New Hampshire law allows riders a muffler that is quieter than 106-decibels, reports the Eagle Tribune. However, Representative Michele Peckham, a Republican, wants to introduce […]

New Digital Show to Feature Pastrana, Josh Hayes in First Episode

A new online show for motorcycle fans has launched, and if the first episode’s lineup is any indication, it will be one that fans should pay attention to. “The Moto Show with Jim Holley” features Holley, a former Supercross World Champion, interviewing luminaries from the racing world. He’ll be joined by co-hosts Paul Carruthers, an […]

Grab a Seat on the 25-person Motorcycle

Colin Furze is breaking motorcycle records – but you likely won’t catch him at the track anytime soon. The plumber from Lincolnshire, U.K., enjoys working on bikes in his spare time, and his latest creation has to be seen to be believed. Furze has created a motorcycle that is 72 feet long – think of […]