Vaquero joins “bagger” lineup

Riders who favor longer journeys need a bike that will be able to handle the trials and tribulations of the road while also storing their gear comfortably and easily. This is why many riders favor “baggers,” or bikes that come with built-in saddlebags that can store plenty of items. Motorcycle Cruiser reports that the bagger […]

ATV trails at center of New York lawsuit

A lawsuit filed by a Lowville, New York, woman has touched off a major battle over the rights of ATV riders in upstate New York. The Watertown Daily Times reports that Rose V. Pettit filed a lawsuit in February arguing that one of the current trails designated for ATV use violated state laws because it […]

Dakar Rally kicks off – but not in Dakar

The first major motorsports event of 2011 is underway, as the 2011 Dakar Rally opened the new year with a massive race across South America. This famous road rally is in its 33rd year, although the past three races has seen a radical change in venue. The race originally started in Paris, France, with the […]

Demuth’s injury opens up Arenacross Series

There’s a bit of a dearth in terms of racing in January, as most riders pack it in during the winter months. Sure, there’s the occasional testing or international race in a warm-weather locale, but by and large the AMA (American Motorcycle Association) takes a break while prepping for the new season. That’s one of […]

William Yokley’s National Guard RANGER RZR S 800 Takes GNCC “Open Modified” UTV Championship

William Yokley and his National Guard Polaris DragonFire Yokley Racing RANGER RZR S 800 took the GNCC “Open Modified” UTV Championship for the 2010 season. “We would like to congratulate William and his team on an awesome side-by-side racing season,” said Donna Beadle, race team manager for Polaris Racing. “It was a well-deserved championship win […]