Casey Stoner Tries Out Supercar

Casey Stoner wowed MotoGP fans this year with his dominant performance on the track, which ended with the Australian rider taking home the championship. However, the Repsol Honda racer recently proved that he wasn’t just talented in two-wheel racing, but could handle the demands of a car as well. Cycle News reports that Stoner recently […]

J.D. Power Survey Reveals Overall Improvement In Motorcycle Owner Satisfaction

J.D. Power and Associates recently released the results of their annual motorcycle owner survey. The study examines ownership through six different facets – product, build quality, sales, warranty, cost of ownership and service – and overall satisfaction improved. Engine problems accounted for the majority (27 percent) of owners’ complaints, but even that improved slightly over […]

American Motorcyclist Association Supports Senator’s Stand On Helmets

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) praised U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) for standing up against a proposal that would have indirectly forced states to pass mandatory helmet laws. U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) was poised to introduce the proposal on Dec. 14 during a Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee hearing on S. 1449 — […]

Ben Bostrom Back With Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan Motorsports enjoyed a good run in the final four races of the AMA Superbike season, when Ben Bostrom and Roger Lee Hayden combined to give the team multiple podium finishes, ending the year on a high note. The team is now hoping to carry that chemistry into next year, as it was recently […]

JT Racing/MotoConcepts Supercross Team Debut

Mike Alessi heads up five-rider team to wear JT Racing gear in 2012 Supercross/Motocross season. Then & Now: JT champions Chuck Sun (front left) Sebastien Tortelli (front right), Broc Glover (rear center) and Danny Laporte (rear right) pose with the 2012 JT Racing/MotoConcepts team. Selecting a team and a top-five rider to wear the iconic […]

New Book Will Honor Memory Of Marco Simoncelli

MotoGP had a tough year in 2011, as the up-and-coming young rider Marco Simoncelli was killed in a tragic accident during one of the races. Support for the rider has been pouring in from around the globe as his fans and colleagues remember the talented racer. Now, his team has put together a book that […]

New Traffic Bill Proposal Keeps Motorcycle Power In State Hands

Many of the laws that govern motorcyclists, such as those that deal with motorcycle helmets, are enforced at state and local levels. Recent legislation proposed in the Senate is looking to ensure that it will stay that way for at least a few more years, reports Cycle News. The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee […]

Alvaro Bautista Undergoes Surgery For Leg Injury

MotoGP rider Alvaro Bautista injured his femur during a crash at the Qatar Grand Prix this year, and the veteran underwent surgery in order to repair the damage. Bautista recently reported that the surgery to remove the pins in his leg was a success, and he should be back on the bike for the beginning […]

Ben Bostrom Back With Suzuki In 2012

Michael Jordan Motorsports’ Ben Bostrom will be returning to the team for a second season to compete in the 2012 AMA Pro Racing National Guard Superbike championship on the Jordan Suzuki GSX-R1000. Bostrom – the eldest of the Bostrom brothers – race to fifth place in 2011 AMA Superbike Championship where he earned multiple podiums. […]

MotoGP To Start A Week Earlier

For MotoGP fans, the offseason is always a long wait. Sure, there’s the occasional practice, and it’s always fun to watch riders switch teams, but by and large the winter months don’t have much to offer in terms of high-octane motorsports action. Fortunately, the wait will be a little less painful this year, as FIM […]