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2011 AMA Pro Motocross Steel City Results

Villopoto Closes In On Title With 1-1 Performance Ryan Villopoto appears to be well on his way to wrapping up the AMA Pro Motocross Series after an impressive performance in Pennsylvania gave him a 1-1 finish and plenty of cushion at the top of the standings. It just wasn’t Ryan Dungey’s day, although the racer […]

Changes to Lorenzo’s Bike Improve Time In Italy

Jorge Lorenzo is the defending champion in MotoGP, but you wouldn’t know that if you’ve been watching the races this year, as Casey Stoner has dominated and Lorenzo has mainly been a non-factor. After a disappointing race in Indianapolis that once again saw Stoner on top of the podium, Lorenzo and his team made some […]

Heated Motorcycle Gear Keeps Riders Warm

It might be hot out right now, but riders who plan on biking throughout the winter need to start planning ahead for how they are going to cope when the temperatures drop. There are a number of adjustments that riders can make to deal with cold weather, but many forget the most important thing: staying […]

Vance & Hines Aiming For More Records

The Vance & Hines bikes were out in full force at Indianapolis Motor Speedway this past weekend, and CNET took that opportunity to visit the company’s factory, which is located nearby. The motorcycle performance company has had a hand in developing some of the most important racing technology in history, and looks to still be […]

O’Hara Wins First Harley Race At Indy In Over A Century

It was a historic day at Indianapolis Motor Speedway this past weekend, when racing fans heard the sound of Harleys at the world-famous Brickyard for the first time since 1909. Most of the races at the Speedway do not use American-made engines, but the AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 series is Harley-only. This was […]

Soldiers Ride For Fallen Comrades

Many different motorcycle clubs and organizations have held rides that are designed to raise money for or simply remember fallen soldiers. However, it’s not often that the soldiers themselves get out and ride to show their support. That was the case at the recent “Ride for the Fallen” in Clarksville, Tennessee. Clarksville Online reports that […]

Husqvarna Unveils Dirt Bike Upgrades

Husqvarna has released information on their new 2012 motocross bikes, the TC250 and TC449. The company, which is owned by BMW, has given both models a significant overhaul, so Husky fans should appreciate these newly-refined vehicles for the new year. The 250 has received the most upgrades of the two dirt bikes. The motor has […]

Anticipated Speedway Confrontation Ends In Crash – Again

For Speedway racing fans, the names Billy Hamill and Billy Janniro are synonymous with “legendary.” For years, these two riders have been considered among the best to have ever competed in the sport. Fans have been clamoring for the two to go toe-to-toe in a “Battle of the Billys” to see which would end up […]

Shinko Releases “Smoke Bomb” Tires

Some riders just love the engine squealing and smoke that comes with a great burnout. There’s no doubt that it’s a very cool way to start up your bike and get going – it looks like something out of an action movie. Now, Shinko Tires USA has released a new product that will help your […]

Leno Brings His Bikes to Miller

If you have a massive garage filled with nearly every vehicle model known to man, what do you do with all those vintage cars and motorcycles? Well, if you’re talk show host Jay Leno, you race them. Leno founded a team, Big Dog Garage Racing, to help him bring some of his older models to […]