AMA Announces Award Nominees For 2014 AMA Championship Banquet

2014 AMA Racer Of The Year Vote

AMA Members invited to vote for AMA Athletes of the Year The American Motorcyclist Association is announcing the nominees for 2014 year-end awards, which recognize individuals and organizations that excelled in AMA competition and recreational activity during the previous 12 months. All AMA members are invited to help select the winners of the competition categories, […]

Suzuki Rejoining MotoGP In Valencia For Final Stop Of The Year

Randy de Puniet - 2014 MotoGP Valencia

In Valencia, the MotoGP world will see Suzuki return to the competition as it attempts to challenge some of the more competitive teams in the sport, Auto Sport reported. Davide Brivio, team leader for Suzuki, explained that it’s a huge chance for Suzuki at MotoGP and the group is excited to enter Randy de Puniet […]

New 2015 Schedule Released By MotoAmerica

MotoAmerica Logo

MotoAmerica Racing recently released its tentative 2015 schedule for its premier motorcycle racing series, according to a press release. One of the locations that will be left off the tour is the Daytona International Speedway, the host of the Daytona 200 which has typically been the traditional kickoff for the AMA Pro Road Racing series, […]

Suzuki Announces 2015 MotoGP Participation

2015 Suzuki GSX-RR Logo

Suzuki announces its participation in the world’s top motorcycle racing series Road Racing Grand Prix (MotoGP) from 2015 Suzuki Motor Corporation has announced that it will participate in the MotoGP class of the world’s top motorcycle racing series, the FIM Road Racing Grand Prix (MotoGP), from 2015, at the press conference of the INTERMOT International […]

Roger Hayden Takes AMA Pro SuperBike Race Win After Penalty

Roger Hayden vs Josh Hayes - 2015 AMA Superbike New Jersey

It was Josh Hayes who crossed the finish line first in Race 2 at the AMA Pro SuperBike this past weekend. While Roger Hayden took the holeshot, it wouldn’t be enough to hold off his teammate Hayes. Hayden would finish the race in the second, followed by Martin Cardenas in third. It only took Hayes a […]