Feds Advise States to Adopt Helmet Laws

The federal government is urging all states to adopt mandatory motorcycle helmet laws after a troubling new report revealed an increase in fatalities related to head injuries. In the mid 1990s, most states had a helmet law on the books, as the federal government threatened to withhold funding for highway projects if the states did […]

Harley sending Bikes Over Baghdad

Harley Davidson has stepped up its military appreciation efforts as of late, with the company proclaiming “Military Appreciation Month” at all Harley dealers with special offers for veterans and active soldiers. Now, the manufacturer is looking to get those stationed overseas in on the fun too. The company is teaming up with Bikes Over Baghdad, […]

Honda announces 2011 racing teams

Honda has announced rider lineups for its 2011 race teams in a variety of motorsports competitions, including the AMA Supercross and Motocross championships. Trey Canard and Josh Grant have both been added to the team, with Honda setting its eyes on another championship this year. Canard is the more successful of the two, winning the […]

Motorcycle Luggage Buyer’s Guide

Many riders choose to ride motorcycles over other vehicles because they believe it affords them a freedom that cars do not. Yet that freedom can ultimately be limited if a rider doesn’t have the proper motorcycle accessories. On longer journeys, for example, some bikers may run into the problem of storage space. Most bikes only […]

AMA Pro Road Racing Revises AMA Pro SuperSport Class for 2011

AMA Pro Racing’s exciting SuperSport class will undergo some subtle changes in configuration for the 2011 season. The segregated Top Gun and Young Gun class within the class structure has been eliminated. The series will continue to feature two divisions, but the overall champion will be the highest points scoring divisional champion. A special award […]