AMA Online Survey Gives Voice To Women Motorcyclists

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American Motorcyclist Association Online Survey Gives Voice To Women Motorcyclists The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is pleased to announce the launch of an online survey exclusively for woman motorcyclists. “How Many? How Strong?” is a brief 16-question poll that gives women riders the opportunity to share their opinions on topics such as riding style, how […]

John Hopkins Prepared For First Run At Monza

John Hopkins Prepared For First Run At Monza

John Hopkins is preparing for a tough challenge this weekend in World Superbike, as the series is heading to the famous Monza track in Italy.

Casey Stoner Gets First Win Of The Season In Jerez

Casey Stoner Gets First Win Of The Season In Jerez

Going into the MotoGP race in Jerez, many fans worried about Casey Stoner’s arm pump, a painful condition that cost him the race in Qatar.

AMA Urges Extra Precautions During May: Motorcycle Awareness Month

AMA Urges Extra Precautions During May: Motorcycle Awareness Month

The American Motorcyclist Association urges extra precautions during May: Motorcycle Awareness Month The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is urging all road users to look around, check your mirrors, and consciously watch for motorcycles during Motorcycle Awareness Month in May 2012. Through legislative and gubernatorial proclamations around the country, May has been declared Motorcycle Awareness Month. […]

Guy Martin Wins Cookstown 100 Superbike

Guy Martin raced his GSX-R1000 to a Superbike victory.

Tyco Suzuki’s Guy Martin raced his GSX-R1000 to a Superbike victory and two fastest laps at Saturday’s Cookstown 100 Road Races in Northern Ireland. Despite completing a handful of laps at the Thruxton circuit a fortnight ago, Cookstown was Martin’s first time on a motorcycle since his win at the Ulster Grand Prix in August […]