Time To Get Ready, Sand Is In Season – Sand Season Buyer’s Guide

Time To Get Ready, Sand Is In Season - Sand Season Buyer's Guide

The start of sand season in Southern California is a big deal. Yes, we do know there is excellent sand dune riding in other places, and during other seasons. Little Sahara in Oklahoma packs in the people. Oregon’s coastal sand dunes, as well as Central Cal’s Oceano Dunes, offer pleasant summer duning. Choke Cherry Hill […]

Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area – Glamis Guide

Chaparral sells Glamis Permits! How much are they? Season Permits: $90 Weekly Permits: $25 Who needs a permit? One permit is needed per primary vehicle. A primary vehicle is any street legal vehicle used for transportation to the recreation site. A permit is required at all times while in the fee area and may be […]

Edwards Remembers Simoncelli, Won’t Race At Valencia

It’s difficult to think of MotoGP racing in the same way since Marco Simoncelli’s fatal accident last week, but the series plans to move on with the finale in Valencia, with a tribute to the late rider in the cards. Colin Edwards, who was involved in the terrible accident, has announced that he will not […]

JDR Motorsports Signs Larsen And Moss To Lites Team

JDR Motorsports is pleased to announce the signing of PJ Larsen and Matt Moss to contest the 2012 AMA Supercross Lites and AMA Pro 250cc Motocross National Championship Series aboard a KTM 250 SX-F. The JDR/J-Star/KTM team will welcome back Larsen for his third season with the team, his second in the U.S. Larsen, the […]

Tech Tips – Repack Your Muffler

Tech Tips - Repack Your Muffler

Out of sight out of mind… The exhaust leaving your engine exits the pipe in waves that travel through the silencer. Packing something – like fiberglass – around the pipe outlet helps the muffler control those waves as they leave your bike. That stuff inside gets old, burns up and often exits along with those […]

Michelin Power One Race Tire Review

Those who follow MotoGP closely know that Michelin has lost to Bridgestone as the official motorcycle tire provider. However, despite the fact that the company isn’t the main supplier for the premier competition anymore, that doesn’t mean Michelin gave up on sport bike tires. In fact, the company’s massive R&D department has continued to devote […]

Michelin Power Pure Tire Review

Designing a high-end motorcycle tire that prioritizes performance is a bit of a balancing act. When it comes to racing, weight is everything. In fact, the reason that some high-end performance parts are so expensive is because they are made of lighter materials than their counterparts. In the world of tires, however, nearly all manufacturers […]

Tech Tips – Hour Meters: The Clock’s Tickin’

Tech Tips - Hour Meters: The Clock’s Tickin’

What Time Is It? Time for You to Know! Today’s newer motorcycles and ATVs are highly sophisticated machines. Many have surprising amounts of computing power; that’s needed to manage advanced fuel-injection systems. And dealer technicians can plug in diagnostic devices to read exactly what your vehicle has been doing. But chances are, you don’t have […]

2012 Suzuki GSX-R1000 Launches

Suzuki’s legendary GSX-R1000 Superbike has just got a whole lot better, as the new 2012 model incorporates elements learned from Suzuki’s global race teams and on-track successes. Information from the Suzuki MotoGP team and the GSV-R, through to Superbike and Supersport teams around the world have improved Suzuki’s road-going machine following its hands-on R&D testing […]

Stewart Signs Extension, May Race NASCAR

James Stewart has signed a multi-year contract extension with Joe Gibbs Racing’s new motorcycle team, in a move that will see the rider potentially compete in some NASCAR events as well. Stewart is the prize signing of the fledgling team, which is hoping to start getting some wins under their belt in AMA Motocross and […]