Scrambler Flat Track Race Announced for World Ducati Week

Ducati announced a special flat track racing competition featuring some of its biggest racing names for World Ducati Week. Racers will compete on Ducati Scrambler Flat Track Pros on the Misano Circuit’s oval track. Multiple World Superbike Champion Troy Bayliss, current WSBK factory rider Davide Giugliano, Superstock 1000 racer Leandro Mercado, MotoGP racers Andrea Dovizioso, […]

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Suzuki Ecstar signs Andrea Iannone

Andrea Iannone is trading Ducati red for Suzuki blue, signing a two-year contract to race for the Suzuki Ecstar factory team on the GSX-RR. He replaces Maverick Vinales who is leaving for Yamaha. “We are happy to have enrolled Andrea in our Team for the next two years. He is one of the top riders […]

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AMA Suspends Eslick Ahead of 2016 Daytona 200

The American Motorcyclist Association and the American Sportbike Racing Association have indefinitely suspended reigning two-time consecutive Daytona 200 winner Danny Eslick, barring him from this year’s race. The suspension follows Eslick’s March 7 arrest. Eslick was arrested just before midnight Monday evening and charged with battery on a law enforcement officer in Daytona Beach, just […]

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Yamaha Presents 2016 MotoGP Team + Video

Yamaha unveiled its livery for the 2016 MotoGP season which, quite frankly, doesn’t look that different from what it sported last season when Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi finished one-two in the championship. From what we can see, the only change is the Yamaha “Blue Core” logo on the belly is now on a white […]

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Ducati Announces Record of 54,800 Motorcycles Sold in 2015

Ducati is celebrating its best ever year with a record 54,800 motorcycles sold through 2015, a 22% increase over 2014. The U.S. remains Ducati’s largest market, with sales up increasing by 14% compared to 2014. The Italian brand also declared significant sales increases across Europe including a 53% increase in its home market, a 37% […]

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Laguna Seca To Go To International Speedway Corp.?

A recent post on the Monterey, CA Herald Newspaper’s website states that International Speedway Corporation is negotiating with Monterey County on a potential concession agreement to operate Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. The article goes on to say, “On Monday (June 22), Monterey County officials confirmed they are in negotiations with the International Speedway Corporation on […]

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Victory Prototype Race Engine Revealed

Victory has released photos of a prototype racing engine to be used in the upcoming Pikes Peak Hill Climb (June 28). No specs were included, but the V-Twin is obviously a tweaked version of the 60-degree mill powering the Indian Scout that beat all comers in our Bout With The Scout shootout. The Scout we tested produced 83 hp and 62.5 lb-ft […]

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Vicki Golden Makes Supercross History

Suzuki RM-Z250 rider, Vicki Golden, will forever be in the history books as the first female rider to make the evening program at an AMA/FIM Supercross event. Golden made series history Saturday in Las Vegas at the final round of the 2015 FIM/AMA Supercross season in front of 35,241 fans at Sam Boyd Stadium. Golden, who made her […]

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CTEK Giving Away Battery Chargers and Maintainers

As we’ve written about in the past, CTEK battery chargers and maintainers have come in very handy for many motorcycle riders. While we’d have no problem recommending you spend your hard earned money on one, free is certainly better. For your chance to win some free CTEK goodies, head over to Facebook.com/SmarterCharger and enter the […]

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