Jagged X Wins King of the Hammers with Nearly-Stock RANGER RZR XP 900

After three years of racing “King of the Hammers”, the Jagged X team won the side-by-side class with the new and nearly-stock RANGER RZR XP 900! Since its original debut in 2008, the “King of the Hammers” race has been deemed the toughest off-road race in the world. The course is a 42-mile combination of […]

American Motorcyclist Association urges ‘lead law’ exemption at Congressional hearing

In written comments submitted for a congressional hearing held on Feb. 17, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) asked lawmakers to exempt kid-sized off-highway vehicles (OHVs) from the “lead law” that effectively bans the sale of the vehicles at the end of the year. In the statement sent to the House Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and […]

Roczen Announces Plans to Race Daytona SX and Return to Europe for the World Championship

There has been a lot of press circulating around the 16 year-old German Red Bull/KTM Factory Team rider, Ken Roczen, after earning his first U.S. podium in the AMA West Lites Supercross class at Anaheim 2 and breaking into the top ten in the premiere class the following weekend. The question now, is what lies […]

MX1-GP Monster Energy Yamaha flight prepped for launch

Monster Energy Yamaha’s 2011 MX1-GP contingent will turn the wheels on their works YZ450FMs in anger for the opening events in the European motocross calendar this weekend. The Starcross International at Mantova in Italy will see 2008 world champion David Philippaerts run the 2011 spec of his deft machinery through the sand with new Yamaha […]

Motorcyclists Across the Country Anxiously Await Court Decision on Constitutionality of New York’s Motorcycle Checkpoint Program

Motorcyclists across the nation are awaiting a decision from the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York which they hope will declare New York’s “motorcycle only” roadway checkpoints to be unconstitutional. The case Wagner et al. v. The County of Schenectady, et al. could end up in the United States Supreme Court. […]