Big shakeup for Triumph at Long Beach

Triumph Motorcycles kicked off the International Motorcycle Show at Long Beach with a bang, unveiling seven new models – and a new CEO. Greg Heichelbech is taking over as the chief executive officer of Triumph, joining the company from his former role as director of dealer development at Harley-Davidson. Heichelbech was on hand to reveal […]

A slightly more subdued Long Beach show

Motorcycle riders have likely felt the effects of the poor economy firsthand, as many manufacturers have cut back on their lineups in recent years. It appears those cutbacks are having an effect on motorcycle shows as well, as this year’s Progressive International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach, California, will have a slightly reduced lineup of […]

AMA Pro Racing Announces 2011 Flat Track Grand National Schedule

AMA Pro Racing announced today the 2011 AMA Pro Flat Track Grand National Championship schedule that features an increased number of races, plus new and former events back on the schedule. The 2011 schedule features 22 dates in 17 markets across the country with a mixture of Short Track, TT, Half-Mile and Mile dirt tracks. […]

Aragon recognized as best track

The MotorLand Aragon track in Spain has been awarded the honor of the “Best Grand Prix” in this year’s MotoGP season, the only time in the history of the award that a first-time host track has been recognized. Aragon wasn’t even on the initial slate of circuits that would be hosting MotoGP events in 2010, […]

Bostrom and Hayden test for Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan Motorsports has garnered a lot of attention in the offseason – and not for its NBA legend owner. The AMA Superbike team cut both Jake Zemke and Aaron Yates loose while bringing in two veteran riders – Ben Bostrom and Roger Lee Hayden. Both Hayden and Bostrom are coming off of disappointing seasons […]