Teenage Sensation Becomes First Female to Win Japanese “Auto Race”

There’s often a culture shock for those who travel to Japan, as there are many differences between the U.S. and the Land of the Rising Sun. Only in Japan would you find a sport like “Auto Racing.” No, get that NASCAR image out of your head. Japan’s Auto Racing is done on motorcycles – modified […]

IIHS Calls For Mandatory Motorcycle Helmet Laws

The IIHS is a non-profit organization funded by insurance companies and dedicated to cutting down on accidents. The group is highly-regarded for their “top safety picks” in both the automotive and motorcycle worlds (although they have faced some criticism from the American Motorcyclist Association in the past). The IIHS recently submitted a report to the […]

American Riders to Race in Indy GP

Fans who turn out for the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix will have the opportunity to cheer on some American riders in the Moto2 competition, as three U.S. racers recently confirmed that they would be joining the field for one-off appearances. Perhaps the best-known name is Jake Gagne, who competes in Spain’s CEV Buckler championship. […]

Short Injured, Out for the Season

Although the season is coming to a close and the field of potential championship winners is beginning to be thinned in the 450cc class of the AMA Motocross competition, it still stings for a rider to get injured at this point in the year. Though he was likely out of championship contention with his current […]

Canadian H.O.G. Rally Set for British Columbia

Harley Owners Groups (H.O.G.) from across the country hold rallies all throughout the year, but America is not the only country that has dedicated Harley riders. The 16th annual Canadian National H.O.G. Rally is expected to attract riders from all across the Great White North. This year’s event is scheduled to be held in the […]