Via EBR press release Following the successful introduction of their 1190RX superbike, Erik Buell Racing has introduced the EBR 1190SX, a true naked streetfighter-style sport…
After seeing news pop up the other day about a possible electric H-D model being ridden around on the set of the next Avengers movie,…
Friday, June 20 - The Waiting. It's The Hardest Part. Friday afternoon. Shop is open, and I really need to get a lot done, knowing I…
Via AMA press release George Barber, founder of the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum and the Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Ala., has been elected to…
Recently Motus Motorcycles spent an afternoon giving a series of factory tours in in Birmingham. When I found this out I made plans on heading down…
Castle Powersports is looking for a new service technician for our staff. We offer:
- Five day work weeks (M-Sa) Closed Sunday with one additional day off during the week. (Saturday is a mandatory work day)
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- Via Yoshimura R&D press release
Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing wrapped up the penultimate round of the 2014 AMA Pro Superbike Championships at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, OH, with two podium finishes and two top-five results. Because the double-header weekend was plagued by rain all day on Saturday, both Superbike races were run on Sunday. But Yoshimura Suzuki riders Roger Hayden, Martin Cardenas and Chris Clark were more than up to the challenge.
Despite very limited track time, Yoshimura Suzuki’s Roger Hayden came through, and then some. After losing Saturday to the weather, the AMA shortened the 21-lap Superbike races to 16 laps each. In both of Sunday’s events, Yoshimura Suzuki’s Hayden got good starts and battled up front before finishing third in each race.
Join us for an hour with Erik Buell where you can ask him questions and get responses directly from him. Erik will be available from 10:00AM – 11:00AM CST on 7/24 CST. Make sure to RSVP so you receive a reminder, think of your questions and we’ll see you then.
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Nashvilleriders.com is pleased to announce that we will once again be hosting the Lee Parks Total Control Advanced Riding Clinics on October 3rd and 4th of 2013. We will be offering Level 1 on Friday, October 3rd and Level 2 on Sunday, October 4th.
Prices for the classes is $300.00 and you can register by clicking the link at the top of the page above or by clicking here. If you decide to take both the Level 1 and 2 classes the same weekend you will get a $25.00 discount. After you register you will receive an email from the instructor, David Beyer, to arrange for payment.
Kudos to Triumph for their new offer to reimburse Triumph motorcycle purchasers (via a gift card) for taking an MSF course. Triumph will pay up to $225.00 with proof of MSF course completion and personally I think that is very cool. Yes, it is a sales promotion at its core, but promoting rider education is always a good thing no matter how you slice it.
Hit the Read More link below for the complete details.
- Via Visordown.com
If you pay any attention to the goings-on in the world of four wheels then you’ll be know that there’s a never-ending fight for supremacy between Germany’s three major car makers; BMW, VW and Daimler.
The fight actually encompasses many more car brands. VW owns Audi, SEAT, Bentley, Lamborghini, Porsche and Bugatti. BMW’s empire includes MINI and Rolls Royce, and Daimler’s includes Mercedes-Benz and its high-performance sub-brand Mercedes-AMG, among others.
Unsurprisingly Marc Marquez once again was at the top of the podium at the end of this past weekend's race at Sachsenring. The race started off a bit shaky as changing weather made for some hard decisions as to which tires some riders would end up racing on with several riders including Marquez starting from pit lane.
Marquez was followed by his teammate Dani Pedrosa in second while Lorenzo came in third. For the complete results hit the read more link below.