Ken Roczen Breaks His Arm

The Red Bull KTM team has announced that Supercross rider Ken Roczen broke his arm during a practice at the KTM test track in California on Christmas day. Roczen has already undergone surgery on the fractured arm and will now focus on his recovery. The rider plans to be back on the track in time […]

GNCC Series Releases Schedule

Racer Productions has released the schedule for the 2012 Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series (GNCC), reports Cycle News. The series will once again consist of 13 races, utilizing a two-day weekend format at each venue. ATVs will compete on Saturday, while motorcycles race on Sunday. The competition will once again kick off at Westgate […]

Brett Metcalfe Prepped For Supercross Start

The Yoshimura Suzuki Racing team is putting all their faith in Australian Brett Metcalfe once again this year, but the rider says he’s more than up for the challenge. Metcalfe hasn’t quite been able to crack the top tier of the standings in AMA Supercross, but Suzuki has kept him on as their sole representative […]

AmPro Yamaha Announces Off-Road Downsizing

The AmPro/FMF/Yamaha Factory Off-Road Team has announced their team lineup for the upcoming season, and it appears that they will be abandoning the 250cc class completely to focus solely on the 450cc class. Paul Whibley will be returning to the team once again, while Jordan Ashburn will be stepping up a class to complete the […]

South Carolina To Vote Soon On Motorcycle Helmet Laws For All Riders

Motorcycle helmet laws have been in the forefront of the legislative world across the nation as of late, and issues surrounding the legislation will soon come to a head in South Carolina. Currently, only riders under 21 are required to wear protective headgear while riding, but some legislators are pushing for a mandatory helmet law […]

Max Nagl To Have Second Surgery

Red Bull KTM’s Max Nagl was prepared for an offseason of recovery after learning he needed back surgery toward the end of the 2011 MX1 World Championship Season. Despite obvious physical discomfort, Nagl rode through the pain so that he could keep competing, and ended up finishing 5th overall in the standings. Nagl’s back surgery […]

Ben Bostrom Praises Suzuki Improvements

Ben Bostrom recently re-signed with Michael Jordan Motorsports along with Roger Lee Hayden after the duo had a strong finish to close out the 2012 AMA Pro Road Race season. Speaking in a phone interview with Cycle News, the team made it clear that recent changes to the Suzuki GSX-R1000s were a big reason why. […]

Casey Stoner Second-Highest Paid Athlete In Austrailia

Ever wonder what a MotoGP world champion pulls in after a successful season? If you’re Australian Casey Stoner, the figure isn’t exactly modest. A recent list of the top-earning Australian athletes, published by Business Review Weekly, revealed that Stoner is the second-highest paid Australian athlete in the world. Over the past year, Stoner took home […]

Daytona Wins Back Trademark To “Daytona Bike Week”

The town of Daytona has won a significant victory in court against a private company that claimed it had the trademark rights to the term “Daytona Bike Week.” A judge recently ruled that the company had obtained the trademark fraudulently and was using the copyright to essentially extort money from local business owners. Daytona Bike […]

Top Ten Motorcycle Videos

You won’t find Rebecca Black or kids crying over Halloween candy on this list, but you will you catch a glimpse of the best motorcycle videos we watched in 2011. After scouring the YouTube files we’ve found the top ten motorcycle clips. Compiled over years these are the videos you won’t want to miss. Whether […]