Yamaha World Superbike Team Aim for Success at Home Round in Monza

Next stop on the 2011 World Superbike calendar is Monza , located northeast of Milan. After the historic track of Assen, the Yamaha World Superbike team are preparing for the first of the three Italian rounds on the calendar with the racing taking place this coming Sunday 8th May. This is in fact the team’s […]

Historic BSB Victory for Hopkins

John Hopkins made history today when he became the first American to win a British Superbike Championship race. And the Samsung Crescent Racing rider’s victory at Cheshire’s Oulton Park circuit came straight after his previous inclusion as the first American to stand on a BSB podium, with second place in the first race. It was […]

Husqvarna Salutes Women Riders

May Marks Month-Long Motorcycle Celebration May marks the third annual “Women Riders Month” in celebration of women who ride motorcycles. You might be surprised at how many women ride — according to the latest figures from the Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC), nearly 25% of the 25 million Americans who ride are female… and that number […]

2011 Salt Lake City AMA Supercross Results

2011 AMA / FIM World Championship Supercross series round 16, Salt Lake City, Utah race results/recap: Villopoto Extends Lead in Utah Ryan Villopoto was able to extend his AMA Supercross championship lead in Utah, putting him in prime position to walk home with the trophy when all is said and done. Initially, it looked like […]

Off-Highway Riding Restrictions May be Lifted on 43 Million Acres

U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), joined by other lawmakers, has introduced a bill to free up almost 43 million acres of public land that now may be off-limits to off-highway riding, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) reports. Powerful lawmakers supporting the measure include Rep. Rob Bishop (R-Utah), chairman of the House Subcommittee on National Parks, […]