Roger Lee Hayden Re-Signs With Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan Motorsports has confirmed that it has re-signed rider Roger Lee Hayden to represent the team again. Hayden will be back on the Suzuki GSX-R1000 for the 2012 AMA Pro Racing National Guard Superbike Championship. The bike will also again be sponsored by the Army National Guard. Hayden had a respectable showing in the […]

Blind Man Attempts To Set Motorcycle Jump Record

When it comes to extreme motorcycle stars, Matt Wadsworth is not exactly at the top of the list. For starters, he’s not a professional motorcycle rider – Wadsworth is actually a musician by trade, trained in the lute. Wadsworth is also 37 years old, not exactly as young as some of the other daredeveils who […]

Amateur Supercross Championship Adds Extra Day

The Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross Championship has announced that it will be expanding to a two-day race format this year, with competitions taking place on the Sunday and Monday following the AMA Daytona Supercross on Saturday, March 10th. The third year of the event promises to be the biggest one yet, as organizers have […]

Taddy Blazusiak Remains Perfect In Poland

Two races into the SuperEnduro World Championship and it’s “so far, so good” for Taddy Blazusiak, who once again had a perfect weekend and remains undefeated in the series thus far. Blazusiak is quickly proving himself to be the best in the world when it comes to EnduroCross, as the rider completed the AMA EnduroCross […]

Sunoco Named Official Fuel Provider Of AMA Pro Road Racing And AMA Pro Flat Track

AMA Pro Racing recently announced that Sunoco is the new Official Fuel of AMA Pro Road Racing and AMA Pro Flat Track. Sunoco has been providing fuel for Pro Road Racing events since 2009. The Sunoco 260 GTX racing fuel is a premium unleaded gasoline made specifically for use in each division of the Pro […]

Trey Canard Will Miss Start Of Season

Updating a previous story, it appears that Team Honda Muscle Milk rider Trey Canard will indeed miss the start of the AMA Supercross season due to a broken collarbone. Canard has been plagued by injuries all year, with two broken femurs that forced him to pull out of both the 2011 AMA Supercross and Motocross. […]

New Dust Bill Could Be Beneficial For Off-Roaders

A bill that recently received approval by the U.S. House of Representatives is a positive development for dirt bikers, ATV users, and other off-highway vehicles, according to the American Motorcycle Association (AMA). The bill, known as the Farm Dust Regulation Prevention Act of 2011, would turn regulation of “rural nuisance dust,” which is currently regulated […]

ATVs Help Farmers Get The Tough Jobs Done

In the area around Black Hills National Forest in South Dakota, most ATV usage tends to be recreational, as the park is a popular area for riders to explore. However, while ATVs and other off-highway vehicles can certainly be found on the weekends, the Rapid City Journal reports that many of the farmers around the […]

AMA Names Antti Kallonen New Team Manager

The American Motorcyclist Association has announced a new manager for Team USA’s International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) campaign next year, calling on Antti Kallonen to lead the team. Kallonen, the current off-road manager for Team KTM, is a former grand prix motocross racer. Much like AMA hired former racer Roger DeCoster to lead Team USA […]

Side-By-Sides Gaining In Popularity

A recent article in The New York Times focused on the explosive growth of side-by-sides, as more riders choose these vehicles rather than single-rider ATVs. The chief draw of side-by-sides, according to the article, is the fact that they can hold more than one person. For families or those who plan to go exploring with […]