Stefan Bradl Makes Jump To MotoGP

It’s always interesting when a new rider makes the jump from Moto2 to MotoGP, as it could herald the arrival of a new contender. All the current superbike stars had to work their way up the motorsports rank at some point, and that journey is just beginning for Stefan Bradl. Bradl won the Moto2 championship […]

MotoGP Riders Complete Day 2 Of Sepang

Motorsports rider Casey Stoner was apparently not bothered by his bad back in Day 2 of testing at the Sepang track in Malaysia, as the Australian racer dominated the other riders on his way to the top of the standings. Stoner made up for lost time by setting a blistering pace of 2:00.895. That was […]

US House Bill Has Trails Funding, No Money For Motorcycle Checkpoints

Renewed funding for motorized trails and a ban on funding for motorcycle-only checkpoints are included in a major federal transportation bill being considered by a key U.S. House committee, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) reports. The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee is expected to vote Feb. 2 on a transportation funding authorization bill — H.R. […]

Ned Suesse Claims Doubletake Mirror Is “Indestructible”

Ned Suesse is a famous motorcycle racer, but he also has another title that many don’t know about: inventor. Suesse has ridden in famous races like Pikes Peak, the Baja 500 and the Best in the Desert Vegas. Several weeks ago, he was the only American to actually finish the grueling Dakar competition in South […]

Will The CRTs Be Competitive?

With the many changes coming to MotoGP this year, one question on every fan’s mind is just how competitive the Claiming Rules Teams (CRTs) will be. Their bikes don’t have the money of a full factory behind them, but there’s no doubt that they’re still formidable models. Fans got to see just how fast the […]

AMA Issues New Electronic Rules

Having the right motorcycle parts can be the difference between victory and defeat on the track, so the technical regulations for individual competitions are always a focal point. The AMA recently released their ruling on the maximum cost of electronics that could be implemented on Superbikes, reports Cycle News, and it’s likely that it will […]

Jorge Lorenzo Fastest In First Sepang Test

MotoGP’s first test of the season got underway in Sepang, Malaysia, and the results were encouraging for Yamaha, which dominated the top of the standings. Jorge Lorenzo was the fastest overall, just edging out fellow Spaniard Dani Pedrosa in second place, who was riding for Honda. Yamaha’s other riders, Cal Crutchlow and Ben Spies, were […]

Casey Stoner At Sepang

All the MotoGP riders were at the track in Sepang, Malaysia, for the very first test of the year, but most eyes were on Casey Stoner. The defending champion unveiled his Repsol Honda RC213V at the event with the new “No. 1” plate that he earned last season. Unfortunately, it was a short day for […]