For the 40th year, the Los Angeles Sportswalk Hall of Fame celebrated LA-based athletes who have made their marks in various amateur and professional sports. This year, three members of the motorsports community received due recognition.
Those who enjoyed our last episode of Behind the Wheel will be excited to know that we are once again enjoying a speed related story on two wheels. But while North Carolina native Garrett Robertson enjoys time on his bike in the back woods, our latest guest enjoys taking her 1956 BMW R60 – Class PPC-650 as fast as she can on the famed Bonneville Salt Flats.
Kuryakyn and the Sturgis Buffalo Chip revealed the third and last installment of the “Rock, Rumble & Rebellion” bike build series at the 78th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
When you think about racing, what comes to mind? Is it big stock cars going around an asphalt track for hundreds of miles? Maybe you think of large nitrous vehicles going hundreds of miles an hour down a mile-long drag strip? How about racing on two wheels on a treacherous wooded trail?
As the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series approaches the finale of its 18-race regular season before galloping into the Countdown to the Championship six-contest playoffs, Pro Stock Motorcycle is undergoing ch-ch-changes.
NHDRO, an NHRA-approved alternative racing circuit, held its APE Summer Nationals the first weekend of August on the Lucas Oil Raceway dragstrip near Indianapolis, Ind.
For the second consecutive year, Pro Stock Motorcycle will hold its Mickey Thompson Tires Pro Bike Battle, a race within a race during the Toyota Sonoma Nationals.
Indian recently decided that bike builders without the professional identity and clout of the “Big Boys” deserve some recognition, so they created a competition they called “The Wrench,” in which they invited a number of home garage builders to submit their designs for others to vote on.
Indian’s Scout FTR750 has dominated in American Flat Track Racing since its introduction in 2017. Fans have been inundating the company’s social media accounts with requests (nay, demands) that the company build the Scout FTR for street use.
In order to stay afloat amid a shortage of motorcycle sales across the country, the officials at Harley Davidson, Inc. were forced to make a difficult decision this week.