JT Racing Returns To Motorsports Sponsorship

Motorcycle gear manufacturer JT Racing has announced their return to motocross after more than a decade. JT will be sponsoring and providing the racing gear for the MotoConcepts team, which is comprised of Mike Alessi, Jeff Alessi, Tommy Weeck, Jake Canada and Vincent Friese. “For the first time since the mid ’90s, JT Racing will […]

Evolve Motorcycles’ “Tron” Bikes Electrify Sales

The world of motorcycle design is expansive enough that just about anything can be realized with a little know-how – and tons of cash. The “Tron” lightcycle, designed by Parker Brothers Choppers and sold by Evolve, is one such example. This bike essentially takes the lightcycle from the Tron movies and translates it into a […]

AMA Names Nancy Sabater 2011 Motorcyclists Of The Year

Nancy Sabater, a motorcyclist from Charlotte Hall, Maryland, was recently given the honor of being named the 2011 Motorcyclist of the Year by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA). She was chosen for her hard work fighting proposed federal ‘lead laws’ that would have banned the sale of kids’ dirtbikes and ATVs that contain trace amounts […]

Criss Angel To Auction Off Motorcycles In Vegas

Those who have watched the series “Criss Angel: Mindfreak” likely know of the illusionist’s penchant for motorcycles, which he often includes in his death-defying stunts. Angel is an avid rider and collector, but recently made the decision to sell off a portion of his massive collection to the public at auction. Angel’s bikes will go […]

PJ Jacobsen Joins World Supersport

It’s always a big step when an American motorsports rider moves to the global stage, and its one that PJ Jacobsen is about to take, as he recently announced that he has signed with PTR Honda. Though Jacobsen is just 18 years of age, he has actually raced in Europe before, which is a rarity […]

Alastair Seeley Returns To British Superbike

After a year in the lower British Supersport, Alastair Seeley has announced his return to British Superbike, where he has signed with the Tyco Suzuki team. Seeley opted to drop down to the lower tier for the 2011 season, but quickly proved that he belonged back in Superbike. Seeley raced in British Superbike in 2010 […]

Valentino Rossi To Answer Fan Questions Online

Valentino Rossi is one of the more popular riders in the world, which means that there’s considerable interest in just about everything he does. On December 21st, fans will get a rare chance to interview Rossi as he answers questions on the Dainese website. Dainese, which makes motorcycle apparel, is one of Rossi’s chief sponsors, […]

Product Review: Ohlins Unveils Aftermarket Suspension For BMW R 1200 GS

For riders who want to get the most out of their bike, some aftermarket performance parts can cost nearly as much as the motorcycle itself. That’s not quite the case with the Ohlins’ new aftermarket suspension system for the BMW R 1200 GS, but it does come close. Retailing for the steep price of $3,279, […]

Harley-Davidson Switchback: Half Cruiser, Half Tourer

The designs of cruiser motorcycles have always walked a fine line between having enough mass to carry lots of gear and still being maneuverable on the road. No biker wants to be forced to leave their motorcycle gear behind on a long journey, but at the same time, nobody wants to ride an overburdened bike […]

American Motorcyclist Association Welcomes Antti Kallonen As International Six Days Enduro Team Manager

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is pleased to announce that Antti Kallonen, former competitor and KTM North America’s off-road team manager, will manage the 2012 U.S. International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) team as it seeks a world title, Sept. 24-29, in Saxony, Germany. Robert Pearce, KTM North America’s vice president of operations and a five-time […]