Pedrosa’s Injury More Serious than Expected, Requires Surgery

Dani Pedrosa’s season could be over before it’s even begun. The Repsol Honda rider’s injury, which was an aggravation of one suffered at the end of the 2010 MotoGP season, appears to be more serious than initially thought. Pedrosa’s crash at the end of 2010 didn’t really worry the rider too much – he was […]

Georgia Bikers Ride on Washington to Protest Checkpoints

A group of bikers from Georgia took their grievance with a federal grant designed to fund motorcycle-only checkpoints all the way to Washington D.C., organizing a rally for bikers’ rights. The checkpoints are set up on major interstates in Georgia and supported by a grant from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), according to […]

Polaris RANGER RZRs Continue to Dominate WORCS

The Crazy Horse GP WORCS race, in Lake Havasu City, AZ, saw Polaris RANGER RZRs dominate with clean sweeps of the top three spots in the Side-by-Side 1 and 2 classes. National Guard Polaris Coastal DragonFire Yokley Racing Team Driver William Yokley finished sixth in the Side by Side 1 Class, and National Guard Polaris […]

Marvin Musquin Returns

Red Bull/KTM Factory Team rider Marvin Musquin returned to action last Friday when he brought out his KTM 250 SX-F practice bike to Pala Raceway for the first time since injuring his knee at the Bercy Supercross race last November. “It felt so good to get back on the bike,” commented Musquin who took the […]

Chip Yates to Enter Electric Bike in Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

Electric motorcycle engineer Chip Yates will be displaying his bike’s serious power credentials at the 89th annual Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC), currently set for the weekend of June 24th. Yates’ electric motorcycle is pretty famous at this point, as the engineer/racer has been able to demonstrate the potential of e-bike technology. It seemed […]