2011 Isle of Man TT
Another rider has perished in the 2011 Isle of Man TT. Derek Brien, 34, of Co. Meath in Ireland, was killed during the IOMTT crash in the first Supersport race Monday.
True Superbike Road Racing
Click video to watch Carl Fogarty ride his Ducati superbike around on the Ulster Superbike GP road course. Then hold on to your hats and watch the dramtic action and full race coverage from the 2009 Ulster Superbike Grand Prix in Ireland. MotoGP and World Superbike seem tame compared to this motorcycle racing action. The first motorcycle road races took place here in 1922 and they still continues today just outside of Belfast in Northern Ireland.
Airbike, Ireland’s first Motorbike Passenger Service will offer a new service delivering passengers to and from Dublin Airport and to other point to point destinations in Dublin. Operating from 7am to 7pm from Monday to Friday, passengers can book the service online or via phone.
Airbike (Airbike.ie) provides large capacity sports touring motorcycles ridden by a highly trained and experienced driver, who will take pillion passengers to their destination in the Greater Dublin area, more quickly and reliably than any other form of transport currently available.
On August 3, 2009 in Verwood, Dorset, UK, John Cusack finished a riding tour like no other during a visit that brought him back to his roots in Ireland.
The Irish-American actor, who is famous for films including Con Air, Grosse Point Blank, America’s Sweethearts and Being John Malkovich, arrived in Ireland 10 days ago to celebrate his mother’s 80th birthday with family.
AMA Riding announces five AMA Grand Tours for 2009.
The AMA Grand Tours Series with KOA Along the Way is growing this year, offering even more fun for riders all over the United States. This year’s Grand Tours will challenge, surprise and entertain riders, while giving them an excellent excuse to see some of the country’s best roads and most interesting places.
39th Motorcycle Assembly
A lazy afternoon in late August. The Irish Rally. Southwest Ireland. We could hear the music long before our engines were killed, we had dismounted, or our helmets were removed. About 170 of us, starting in pairs at 30-second intervals, had been in the saddle since before 10 am; sure, we had enjoyed a convivial lunch. But by now, after riding the moors for over an hour, we needed a break.