Russell Bobbitt wins OMA Opener

Despite placing first in the sixth round of the OMA Winter Nationals, held at the Seven Springs Lodge, Russell Bobbitt had a difficult time beating out three-time and defending series champion Paul Whibley, according to Cycle News. Throughout the race the Am-Pro/FMF Yamaha rider was on Bobbitt’s heels, only inches away from moving up and […]

Kansas motorcyclists can legally run red lights

The Kansas House recently passed a bill called “Dead Red” that would allow motorcyclists to drive through red lights. However, riders have will have to wait a reasonable amount of time before running the light, according to Fox News. Several bikers, who are members of “A Brotherhood Against Totalitarian Enactments”, testified that their motorcycles were […]

“Mr. Daytona” to return to namesake

In sports, there are always people who dominate at a certain time or event. The same is true in motorsports, which is why Scott Russell is known as “Mr. Daytona.” With a record five victories to his name in the Daytona 200, Russell certainly left no doubt in the mind of fans and competitors who […]

California seeks to trim ATV program

It’s the time of the year for budget balancing, and that unfortunately means that many government programs across the country could lose money. In California, a popular ATV program is reportedly one of the many items on the chopping block. The California Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) program provides funding for a wide range of state-designated OHV […]

Triumph’s 2011 Thunderbird Storm

Triumph recently unveiled the new Thunderbird Storm in Arizona, where riders were allowed to show off its full capabilities on the wide open roads. Instead of having the usual chrome trim, the Thunderbird Storm has replaced it with black. The motorcycle has brake calipers, Speed Trip-style dual headlights, turn indicators, bar risers gauge bezel, engine […]