Stoner Clinches MotoGP Title

Casey Stoner went into this weekend’s race at Phillip Island, Australia, needing to win in order to clinch the 2011 MotoGP championship. He also needed Jorge Lorenzo to finish in fourth or worst. But Stoner caught a break when Lorenzo crashed in morning warmups, suffering an injury that actually took off part of his ring […]

Cold Weather Gear Buyer’s Guide

Cold Weather Gear Buyer's Guide

Prepare For Winter With Cold Weather Gear There is no bad weather – Just bad clothing. Even though I live in Southern California, I’ve ridden in a wide variety of weather conditions. Once, on a dual-sport ride in the mountains of south central Utah, I was surprised by a snowstorm – surprising because it was […]

Michigan Man, Age 89, Rides 1,000 Miles In A Day

Traveling 1,000 miles in a car is a pretty hefty task and doing so on a motorcycle is even more grueling, but one man made things even more impressive by going the distance in just 24 hours – and he’s 89 years old. The Associated Press reports that Michigan native Ward Blanchard is a retired […]

American Heat Motorcycle Weekend Comes To A Close

Motorcycle enthusiasts were out in droves in Palm Springs, California, this past weekend for the American Heat Motorcycle Rally. The three-day event saw hundreds of bike owners browsing a number of vendors selling motorcycle gear and other goods, according to MyDesert.com. On Sunday, Soren Samuelsson, president of the Palm Springs Chapter of the Christian Motorcycle […]

Body Protection Buyer’s Guide – What’s Right For You?

Body Protection Buyer's Guide - What’s Right For You?

Sometimes – not very often, of course – but sometimes, getting suited up to ride can be a hassle. It’s all worth it when you get out there, when you’re enjoying the ride, and are well protected with all your gear. But going through the process with the chest protector and back protector and elbow […]