Study: Motorcycle Helmets Decrease Spine Injuries

Motorcycle helmet safety studies are always of interest to riders, as one of the major issues in the biking community right now is the necessity of helmet laws. Some riders believe that all riders should wear a helmet, while others want the right to choose. With no federal mandate, the issue becomes one that every […]

Pedrosa Undergoes Surgery Again, Likely to Miss Third Race

Dani Pedrosa’s recovery from his previous crash with Marco Simoncelli isn’t progressing as quick as the Spanish rider hoped – it turns out he needs more surgery to repair the broken collarbone that he suffered during the collision. Doctors found that a small fragment of bone has moved out of place after the first surgery. […]

Michigan Waits on Snyder for Helmet Ruling

A bill that would repeal Michigan’s mandatory motorcycle helmet law has made its way through the state legislature and to Governor Rick Snyder’s desk for signing – but it remains to be seen if he will veto the bill. The argument over motorcycle helmet laws continues in states all over the country, but Michigan is […]

No Joy for Lorenzo and Spies in Silverstone

The Grand Prix of Great Britain at the Silverstone circuit came to a premature end today for both Yamaha Factory riders in a race played out under treacherous weather conditions. World Champion Jorge Lorenzo and team mate Ben Spies spent the weekend building a good race set up, qualifying strongly in the dry yesterday to […]

2011 World Superbike Championship Misano Results

Checa Extends Lead Over Biaggi in World Superbike Ducati rider Carlos Checa was able to pick up his eighth win of the World Superbike season and complete a weekend sweep by besting rival Max Biaggi in two races at the Misano Adriatico Circuit in Italy. Checa had the advantage going into Sunday’s race, as he […]