Chaparral Pro Prep Program

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Every dirt bike rider, dreams of owning a bike prepped to pro-level standards. While Chaparral Motorsports can’t help much in the way of getting your riding skills equal to that of the pros, with its new venture, Chaparral Pro Prep, we can put you in the seat of a factory-level race bike (or darn near […]

US Supermoto Of Nations Team Announced

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The American Motorcyclist Association recently revealed the riders of the U.S. Supermoto of Nations team, which will compete in Cremonda, Italy. Riders Gage McAllister, Monte Frank and Johnny Lewis will all compete for the red, white and blue at the upcoming event. Eric Stump and Brandon Ward will serve as alternates and be on site […]

Hormel Motorcycle To Cross Country Running On Bacon Grease

Bacon bike runs on grease.

You might be familiar with the phrase, ‘bacon makes everything better,’ but does that really apply to motorcycles? Sure, it’s great on a BLT or as an accompaniment with some eggs, but motorcycles? According to Hormel, absolutely. Imagine cooking your breakfast and using the grease to then power your vehicle? Well, imagine no more. The […]

Kawasaki Shows Support For Ocean Conservation

Kawasaki is donating a Ninja sportbike for auction.

The ocean is essential to our way of survival, and every attempt to conserve it can make a difference. With that in mind, Kawasaki recently announced that it is donating a Ninja 650 sportbike for auction at the Oceana SeaChange summer party. Attendees of the event include Sheryl Crow, Ted Danson and this year’s special […]

The More you Know: Why is California Keeping Lane Splitting an Underground Activity?

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One of the many benefits of riding a motorcycle in California is the ability to split lanes, lane share, or filter through traffic. Lane splitting has been allowed in California (the only state to allow it) for many years; however there are still many motorists’ young and old who don’t know or don’t realize that […]