New 2015 Schedule Released By MotoAmerica

MotoAmerica Logo

MotoAmerica Racing recently released its tentative 2015 schedule for its premier motorcycle racing series, according to a press release. One of the locations that will be left off the tour is the Daytona International Speedway, the host of the Daytona 200 which has typically been the traditional kickoff for the AMA Pro Road Racing series, […]

Ducati Reveals Its 2015 Scrambler

2015 Ducati Scrambler Icon - Action

Ducati recently released the specs and images of their brand new model, the 2015 Scrambler, and one thing is for certain - while it’s reminiscent of the company’s iconic dirt digger/street cruiser of the ’70s with its bench seat, high handlebars, bucket headlight, and a flat-track inspired body lines, this bike is geared towards a modern […]

Museum’s Ducati Collection Heading To Auction

1984 Ducati 750SS TT1 Raced By Pablo Real

The Silverman Museum has long been home to an impressive collection of classic motorcycles. Its array of bikes primarily consists of competition models, especially from big-name Italian manufacturers, and is an eye-catching selection for any fan of sport bikes. Silverman recently announced that a number of these motorcycles would be included in the upcoming Bonham’s […]

Aprilia Plans A Move To MotoGP

Aprilia Plans A Move To MotoGP

After almost a decade away from the top class of motorsports, Aprilia is planning a return to MotoGP. The Italian manufacturer announced that it would make a move back to the highest level of competition at the EICMA show, confirming that it will enter MotoGP contests in 2016 as a factory team. Returning as a factory team […]

Carlos Checa Retires

Carlos Checa Retires

The motorsports world is saying goodbye to another legend. Carlos Checa, who won the World Superbike Championship just two years ago, is retiring at the age of 41. He recently sustained a hip injury at the round at Istanbul Park, and as such was unable to compete in the final event at Jerez, but he made […]