Yates pilots e-bike to two podiums against gas rivals

When restrictions on weight disqualified Chip Yates’ electric superbike from the TTXGP all-electric racing series, Yates made quite a show of his exit from the competition. Rather than build a new bike that would be allowed to compete, Yates said he could prove his bike’s superiority – by going up against gas-powered bikes. It might […]

Ducati unveils new bike for 2011 MotoGP season

Ducati has unveiled the new machine that Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden will be riding on for the 2011 MotoGP season. The Desmosedici GP11 will be the new weapons for Hayden and Rossi, who recently joined the team. The changes made to the bike compared to those of the GP10 were mostly based off of […]

AMA Pro Road Racing and National Guard Extend Sponsorship Agreement

Officials from AMA Pro Road Racing and the Army National Guard announced today the continuation of the Army National Guard’s sponsorship of AMA Pro Road Racing’s premier National Guard SuperBike class. The Army National Guard is the oldest component of the U.S. Armed Forces and one of the longest enduring U.S. institutions, operating in all […]

Mad Skills Motocross Races to Top of App Store Charts

Mad Skills Motocross, an arcade-style racing game for iOS devices, rocketed to the top of the iTunes App Store charts on its first day, claiming the top spot in the competitive Games/Racing category in the USA and Sweden. It carries its momentum into its second day based on rave reviews, heavy support from professional athletes […]

Competition is Closer Than Ever as AMA Arenacross Series Heads to Kansas City

After months of hard work in the shop, on-track testing, and relentless training, the highly-anticipated premier of the 2011 AMA Arenacross Series championship was as captivating as advertised. After 25 laps of bar-banging excitement, TUF Honda’s Jeff Gibson stood above the rest and made the first statement of the new season. After claiming the 2009 […]