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Motorcycle News – Our mission statement is to document the biker lifestyle in a proper manner. Our local, national and international journalists explore and report the adventures of the motorcycling experiences in our motorcycle news section.

Moto America-Launch Pad Road Atlanta

Published on May 10, 2018 under Blog
Moto America-Launch Pad Road Atlanta
The 2018 MotoAmerica racing season roared off its “launch pad” at Road Atlanta, April 14 and 15, to great fanfare. With nail-biting racing, accompanied by the gravity-defying stunt shows from the Tony Hawk Experience and American Motor Drome’s Wall of Death, MotoAmerica put on a weekend spectacle like no other. The “young guns” of Junior Cup (300-400cc) led off both days, racing for glory in the MotoAmerica entry-level class. Of particular note to Born To Ride was the first-ever female podium in American road racing history, as Jamie Astudillo took 3rd place on Sunday after a 4th place finish on…
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Meaning of Memorial Day

Published on May 10, 2018 under Uncategorized
Meaning of Memorial Day
I have approached this subject several times over the years, Memorial Day is not the official start of summer, nor should it be the reason for a 3-day long weekend of parties, barbecues, or car sales. Memorial Day has had several names over the 150 years of its existence; however, the reason for Memorial Day stays the same. The day is for honoring and showing respect for those who have been killed while serving in the military, beginning with the Civil War through current military engagements. Over the years Memorial Day has diminished as a national holiday and has became…
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Boaterz N’ Bikers of America-Hull of a Tour 4

Published on May 10, 2018 under Blog
Boaterz N’ Bikers of America-Hull of a Tour 4
Last summer, more than a dozen boating industry folk cruised throughout New England at the helm of shiny Harley-Davidson rides as part of Boaterz n Bikerz of America HULL OF A TOUR: The Lobster Roll! The fourth in a series of organized, annual motorcycling and boat tours staged throughout America, Hull of a Tour is primarily geared for members of the boating industry and their friends. No matter the location, spectacular scenic roads, and destinations, hooking up with colleagues, and enjoying great grub are always on the agenda, as are the fun sponsored boating activities, which is what makes this…
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON SAYS ‘THANK YOU’ TO THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED AND THEIR SPOUSES

Published on May 9, 2018 under Blog
HARLEY-DAVIDSON SAYS ‘THANK YOU’ TO THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED AND THEIR SPOUSES
Extends $99 Harley-Davidson® Riding Academy Offer to Spouses of Those Who Have Served, As Well as Spouses of First Responders MILWAUKEE (May 9, 2018) Friday is Military Spouse Appreciation Day and Harley-Davidson – to thank the millions of people who protect our country, our safety, and our freedom to ride and their spouses – is extending the offer of Harley-Davidson® Riding Academy New Rider Course to spouses of eligible current and former U.S. military personnel and first responders (law enforcement, fire, and EMS) for just $99. “Along with saying thank you to those who have served, Military Spouse Appreciation Day…
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MotoAmerica Round 3

Published on May 8, 2018 under Blog
MotoAmerica Round 3
MotoAmerica Round 3 Virginia International Raceway MotoAmerica roared into VIR over the weekend, for what became an insane weekend of racing action. Saturday saw the Liqui Moli Junior Cup win return to Alex Dumas on his Orange Brigade/JP43 KTM 390, followed by Attack Performance Yamaha Gavin Anthony and AGVSport Yamaha Jay Newton in a thriller of a race. Twins Cup saw a trio of Suzuki SV650s take the podium, with Xavier Zayat, Chris Parrish, and Curtis Murray taking top honors. Supersport 600 class was dominated Saturday by Factory Yamaha racer JD Beach, chased hard by Rickdiculous Racing Hayden Gillim in…
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2018 AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days Announces live Entertainment at Old Bike Barn Crossroads

Published on May 8, 2018 under Blog
2018 AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days Announces live Entertainment at Old Bike Barn Crossroads
Fans of Country Music, Rockabilly, Americana, and Blues are in for a Treat PICKERINGTON, OHIO -- 2018 AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days will feature a variety of live music to energize and entertain motorcycling enthusiasts through the weekend, July 6-8 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio. "We have some high-energy acts coming to AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days this year, including country, blues, rock and Americana artists," said AMA Chief Operations Officer Jeff Massey. "The main stage at Old Bike Barn Crossroads offers people a chance to hear some great music while enjoying some food and a cold beverage before heading…
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NICOLO’ BULEGA CLOSE TO THE POINTS AT JEREZ

Published on May 7, 2018 under Blog
NICOLO’ BULEGA CLOSE TO THE POINTS AT JEREZ
Moto3 The rider of the Sky Racing Team VR46 closes the Spanish GP in 17th place. The race ended sooner than we expected for Dennis Foggia. Jerez de la Frontera (Spagna), May 6th, 2018 - Nicolò Bulega closes the first European GP of the 2018 season in Jerez de la Frontera at the 17th place after having battled till the finishing line for the first points of the Championship. Started from the 22nd box of the grid, Nicolò reduced the gap with the group in front of him and remained around the Top15 for the whole race. Forced to retire,…
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THIRD PLACE FOR FRANCESCO BAGNAIA AT JEREZ

Published on May 7, 2018 under Blog
THIRD PLACE FOR FRANCESCO BAGNAIA AT JEREZ
Moto2 With today's podium, the rider of the Sky Racing Team VR46 confirms the leadership in the Championship. Luca Marini was forced to retire due to an accident. JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA (Spain), May 6th, 2018 - After the victories in Qatar and Austin, Francesco Bagnaia scored the third podium of the season at the Spanish GP for the Sky Racing Team VR46. Pecco is one of the most competitive and constant riders of the starting grid and confirms the leadership in the Championship with 73 points. Started from the third box of the grid, after an excellent management of…
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Both Ducati Team Riders Forced to Retire from Spanish GP after a Crash at the Jerez de la Frontera Circuit

Published on May 7, 2018 under Blog
Both Ducati Team Riders Forced to Retire from Spanish GP after a Crash at the Jerez de la Frontera Circuit
MotoGP Round 04 Both Ducati Team riders forced to retire from Spanish GP after a crash at the Jerez de la Frontera circuit The two Ducati Team riders had to retire from today’s Spanish Grand Prix, held today at the Jerez de la Frontera circuit, after a crash on lap 18. Jorge Lorenzo, who got off to a great start, moved to the front at the first corner and kept the position until lap 7 when he was passed by Marquez. The Spanish rider held on to second place until lap 17, but he was hit by Pedrosa at Turn…
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON ADDS ADRENALINE-PULSING HILLCLIMB & MORE TO 115TH ANNIVERSARY FESTIVITIES IN MILWAUKEE LABOR DAY WEEKEND

Published on May 3, 2018 under Blog
HARLEY-DAVIDSON ADDS ADRENALINE-PULSING HILLCLIMB & MORE TO 115TH ANNIVERSARY FESTIVITIES IN MILWAUKEE LABOR DAY WEEKEND
Harley-Davidson Unveils More than 80 Events Across 20+ Venues, All Packed Into Five Days MILWAUKEE  (May 3, 2018) Harley-Davidson is set to take grass-roots racing over the top with the addition of Hillclimb Motorcycle Racing to a slate of wide-open competition, moto-culture-centric activities and street  parties during the Harley-Davidson® 115th Anniversary Celebration in  Milwaukee August 29-September 2. The Harley-Davidson® 115th Anniversary Hillclimb, which will offer a taste of Harley-Davidson heritage while showcasing the heart-pumping excitement of today’s racing action, is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 1 at Little Switzerland, a 200-foot-high ski hill in Slinger, Wis. “It will be rider and…
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