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- So it is no secret that KTM is targeting class-leading performance in virtually every category on the street. Together with the announcement that KTM will contest the MotoGP championship beginning in 2017, news of a new superbike to replace the v-twin 1190 RC8 R has surfaced.
- Via press release
Motorcycle Superstore's Cody Webb knocked out the competition at the 4th running of the Tennessee Knockout held this weekend at Sequatchi, TN. Webb went on a rampage winning all three preliminary races and then besting the field in the five-lap final. This makes two years in a row that Webb has proved to be the toughest extreme off-road racer in America.
For those of you expecting to see yet another "Marquez wins again" article, be prepared for a shock. Marc Marquez not only didn't win but didn't even make the podium this past weekend at Brno. After snatching up 10 consecutive wins this season from the start, Marquez said that "he just didn't feel right on the bike today". This caused him to end up over ten seconds behind Dani Pedrosa who took first place and who beat Jorge Lorezno by just .4 seconds. Valentino Rossi took a distant third place behind Lorenzo by over 4.5 seconds.
Hit the Read more link below to view the full results.
Looks like a recent security update to our system software caused a bit of a hiccup over the weekend. Unfortunately I didn't find out about it until this morning. Everything is restored now from before the problem so while we've lost the last few days of articles, we're back up and running as normal again. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused our readers.
Head over to Sloan's this evening to enjoy an evening ride to a local Sonic. All makes and models are welcome - meet your fellow scooter owners, show off your rides and have fun. No registration necessary they ride to a local Sonic for their BOGO Burger special. Ride at your own risk depending on the weather of course.
Location : Sloan's Motorcycle & ATV 2233 NW Broad Street Murfreesboro, TN 37129
- Via Continental press release
Continental announced the recall of about 9,000 of its 120/70 ZR 17 and 120/70 R 17 motorcycle tires sold in the United States and Canada that have exhibited a condition in the tread and/or belt which may lead to separation and possible air loss.
The tires were sold between 2009 and 2014.
Continental has not received any reports of accidents or injuries in connection with this condition, according to a company press release. The safety recall is being initiated to avoid any potential risk to road-users. Click the Read more link below to see the complete list of affected tires.
Once again Marc Marquez took the top spot in this past weekend's MotoGP race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. With 10 straight wins in a row, Marquez is the first rider to achieve this since Doohan did the same in 1997. Jorge Lorezno came in a "close" second (1.8 seconds is actually a long time for a race like this) while Valentino Rossi took the third spot coming in 6.5 seconds after Marquez crossed the finish line. You can hit the Read more link below for the complete results.