Kawasaki’s Vulcan Vaquero aimed at touring bikers

For bikers who love long journeys, the “bagger” is a time-honored tradition. These bikes can be easily identified because of the wide range of motorcycle accessories attached to them – especially the two “saddlebag” storage compartments on the rear of the bike. For those hitting the open road, “bagger” bikes come with all the creature […]

AMA announces award nominees

The American Motorcycle Association (AMA) has announced the nominees for its end-of-year awards ceremony, which recognizes racers and members of the motorsports community who had truly great seasons. “These racers and organizers went above and beyond during the 2010 season,” said AMA Director of Racing Joe Bromley. “They have represented the AMA well, and in […]

Munich Racing wins inaugural electric bike Grand Prix

As technology moves forward, electric motorcycles will gain more and more popularity. One case in point is the TTXGP, the world’s first electric bike racing series. This weekend, the teams competed in Spain for the championship, with Munich Racing coming out on top after a late surge by rider Matthias Himmelmann pushed him past Italian […]

Chief engineer Burgess to follow Rossi to Ducati

Followers of Valentino Rossi know that as skillful as the nine-time world champion is on the track, he would likely not be where he is today without the guidance of his chief engineer Jeremy Burgess. Though Rossi is one of the most successful racers of all time, Burgess’ resume is equally, if not more, impressive. […]

Bikers come to the forefront in South Florida campaign

A Congressional race in West Palm Beach is bringing biker issues to the forefront, as the GOP Challenger’s ties to a biker gang are currently being called into question. Republican candidate Allen West was speaking at a public park to a group of riders who identify themselves as “Leathernecks MC” when he made reference to […]