Sportbike Tires
Sportbike / April 22, 2018

Sportbike Tires

Whether you’re on the track, commuting to work or cruising the drag, your sportbike tires need to be ready for anything. Today’s tires look better than ever, exhibiting a sleek, refined appearance. The tread pattern is designed to convey an elegant – yet focused – approach. From the extravagant to the classical, there’s a tire for every style of rider. Of course…

Classic Racing Motorcycles
Moto Racing / April 12, 2018

Classic Racing Motorcycles

For Walmsley, the expertise lies in knowing the bikes inside out, and then imparting as much of that knowledge as he can to the riders, “I can’t tell them how to ride a motorcycle, but I can tell them how to get the best out of these particular motorcycles, ” he says By the end of the weekend, whatever advice he might have given has clearly paid off, with Michael…

Dirt Bike Rear Shock
Dirt Bike Racing / April 2, 2018

Dirt Bike Rear Shock

Not everyone realizes how important shock absorbers are, no matter what kind of vehicle they drive. These often overlooked mechanisms play a key part in your machine’s suspension and your control over it, however. Good, fresh shocks are a must for any machine. But they’re even more important for dirt bikes and off-road vehicles, where you subject your machine to extremes…

Types of Dirt Bike Racing
Dirt Bike Racing / March 23, 2018

Types of Dirt Bike Racing

Like other sports, Motocross riders have a language of their own. Some Motocross terms are clear while others, not so much. If you re not up-to-date on the latest Motocross terminology, you may find yourself scratching your head wondering what to say or do. To give everyone a jump start, I thought it would be helpful to list a few basic dirt bike terms. There are…

Precision Motorcycles Racing Modification
Moto Racing / March 13, 2018

Precision Motorcycles Racing Modification

The origins of Precision Concepts date back to the early seventies when a young Bob Bell first started modifying his 1970 Honda Z50 in his garage, building his own swing arm and modifying a pair of Yamaha AT1 shocks to fit. He had a passion for tinkering on his bikes and improving the way they handled and performed, and he continued that passion as he raced through…

Dirt Bike Springs
Dirt Bike Racing / March 3, 2018

Dirt Bike Springs

April is here and it brings with it the promise of warmer weather! Hopefully, your lawn mowers, tractors, and trailers have been prepped for spring, and now it is time to get those other fun toys like motorcycles, show cars, and dirt bikes ready for the road. Good clean: If you didn’t do motorcycle maintenance at the end of last season, get out the soap and water…

Sportbike GPS Mount
Sportbike / February 21, 2018

Sportbike GPS Mount

MOTO-D Racing Sportbike Camera Mount I am using this product on my CBR 600rr with a contour camera and I give it a definite THUMBS UP! The MOTO-D Racing iPhone GPS Camera mount has a versatile design allowing virtually any camera, GPS unit, phone, lap timer, etc. to be easily mounted to most sportbikes. When attached to the bike, the top plate of the mount tilts up…

Cota MotoGP Schedule
Moto Racing / February 11, 2018

Cota MotoGP Schedule

Facebook Tweet Pinterest While Circuit of the Americas continues to struggle financially, and the immediate future of the 2016 Formula One United States Grand Prix remains in doubt, COTA chairman Bobby Epstein continues to build up his MotoGP race weekend, scheduled for April 8-10, 2016. Fresh off the approval by the Austin (Texas) City Council on Thursday, to continue…

How to Corner on a Sportbike?
Sportbike / February 1, 2018

How to Corner on a Sportbike?

The essence of motorcycle riding is cornering: many motorcycle riders agree with that. You may keep enhancing your cornering skills for the rest of your life, and you will probably never reach full perfection (well, maybe with the exception of Valentino Rossi and Dani Pedrosa). What kind of mistakes are often made in corners, and what is the reason for those mistakes?…

Motorcycles Racing Types
Moto Racing / January 22, 2018

Motorcycles Racing Types

The “R” stamp is proof of its racetrack origins Only the highest technology honed in the world’s most demanding races is used RS10 TYRE-R maintains the aggressive RS10 tread pattern while adopting a “GP-BELT” construction for the rear tire that draws directly on our experiences in the world’s most demanding motorcycle races. This improves sports riding performance…

Austin Texas MotoGP
Moto Racing / January 12, 2018

Austin Texas MotoGP

MotoGP fans from around the world will be headed to Austin in April 2016 to witness MotoGP Austin 2016 at Circuit of The Americas. Talk about one of the most exciting sporting events you will ever experience! If you are considering traveling to Austin and MotoGP Austin 2016, you are right on track to having the time of your life. But you also might want a few travel…

Top 600CC sportbikes
Sportbike / January 2, 2018

Top 600CC sportbikes

Supersports are bikes designed for the racing circuits before being plated, mirrored and tuned for the streets. With so many options in the supersport sector of motorcycling (a number that continues to grow every year), how does one wade through all the branding, head down to the local dealership, differentiate between logos on the gas tanks and settle on just one…

Motorcycles Racing Atlanta
Moto Racing / December 23, 2017

Motorcycles Racing Atlanta

A worker was killed during a weekend motorcycle race at the Road Atlanta track in Braselton in South Hall. Road Atlanta spokeswoman Kelsi Nilsson confirmed the incident, calling Hazel Harrell’s death “a terrible tragedy, ” but didn’t give further details. Speed Sport, a motorsport news website, cited multiple sources saying Harrell, 60, was struck by a motorcycle…

Ninja Sportbike
Sportbike / December 13, 2017

Ninja Sportbike

Form Equals Function: Sportbikes are Not Beginner Bikes Article originally written by Matt Pickering for Beginner Bikers Well, another riding season is upon us and as it always happens, we get lots of inquiries from potential new riders on how to get into the sport, what s a good first ride, where to take safety classes and so on. One particular type of inquiry that…

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