Progressive International Motorcycle Show Announces Attractions

The Progressive International Motorcycle Show opens tomorrow in San Mateo, California, the first of twelve stops on its tour around the country. The organizers for the show recently unveiled the full line-up of attractions that are sure to excite visitors, a number of which are new for this year. “After last year’s shows concluded, we […]

John Hopkins To World Superbike

In the wake of Suzuki’s decision to leave MotoGP, superbike rider John Hopkins is assumed to be moving to the Crescent Suzuki team in World Superbike, although it’s not yet been officially confirmed. Contacted at his home by Cycle News, Hopkins commented on the reports without saying that the move was official. “Obviously, nothing’s official, […]

Brammo Empulse Electric Bike Wins Popular Science Award

Popular Science recently announced the 100 winners of the Best of What’s New Awards, and this year the Brammo Empulse electric sport bike took the prize for the automotive category. “For 24 years, Popular Science has honored the innovations that surprise and amaze us – those that make a positive impact on our world today […]

Circuit Of The Americas Track Shuts Down

A new potential track located in Austin, Texas, that would hold Formula One and MotoGP events is suspending operations until they can be guaranteed a contract with Formula One. Construction has begun at Circuit of the Americas, which is a new track that the owners hope to attract major racing to the United States. However, […]

Suzuki Out Of MotoGP

Suzuki will not be racing in MotoGP in 2012, deciding to pull the plug on operations under pressure of a deadline from the racing series organizers. The manufacturer was rumored to be weighing its options after this season, as economic considerations forced the company to consider disbanding or drastically reducing its team. Many riders were […]