AMA Publishes Technical Rules For 2015 Professional Road Racing Classes

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The American Motorcyclist Association has published the technical rules governing MotoAmerica’s professional road racing classes for the 2015 season. Rules announced today cover the technical specifications for Superbike, Superstock 1000, Supersport and Superstock 600 classes. The rules may be downloaded from www.americanmotorcyclist.com/racing/roadracing/roadracingrules.aspx. Any questions should be directed to technicaldirector@motoamerica.com. Technical rules governing the KTM RC390 […]

FIM Bans James Stewart from Racing for One Year

James Stewart FIM ban

As competitors, teams, and the highly dedicated fans of Supercross eagerly anticipate the start of the 2015 season, the industry has been rocked with the announcement by the Federation of International Motorcycling (FIM) that James Stewart has been banned from racing anywhere for an entire year after failing a drug test during the 2014 SX […]

AMA Pro Flat Track 2015 Schedule Released

AMA Pro Flat Track Race

Recently, the American Motorcycle Association (AMA) released the Pro Flat Track 2015 schedule, just a week after they changed the name for the events two racing classes Ultimate Motorcycling reported. Additionally, the association released 12 finalized rounds with the anticipation of four more, bringing the total to 16 rounds for the series. The Pro Flat […]

Ken Roczen Talks 2015 With RCH Racing Suzuki

Ken Roczen 2015 RCH Racing Suzuki

One of the newest Suzuki signings, Ken Roczen features in this new video just released by leading American Motocross Magazine’s ‘Racer X Films.’ The newly-crowned 2014 AMA Motocross Champion has returned to Suzuki – where he started his career – and is now riding the new factory backed 2015 Suzuki RM-Z450 in AMA/ FIM World […]

CBS Sports Network Announces TV Deal With MotoAmerica

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On Dec. 5, MotoAmerica, the new face of the AMA Superbike series, announced a major and extensive multimedia contract to cover the series in 2015, Motorcycle.com reported. In 2014, the sport did not receive any television coverage, which makes the 2015 announcement all the more special. CBS Sports Network will carry out the 2015 coverage […]