2011 AMA Supercross & Motocross
Yoshimura R&D of America is proud to announce their continued support of the 2011 Honda Racing and Rockstar Makita Suzuki supercross and motocross teams in their campaigns in the 2011 AMA Supercross and Motocross championships.
2011 Off-Road Motorcycle Exhaust
The Yoshimura RS-4 muffler was developed in conjunction with the Rockstar Makita Suzuki Yoshimura race team with one purpose in mind: winning championships.
The first motorcycle Erik Buell designed and built under his company name ‘Pittsburgh Performance Products,’ was the RW750 in 1983. This 750cc, two-stroke, "square-four," rotary valve racing machine was designed specifically to compete in the AMA Formula One road racing class. The first prototype RW750 hit the track for its debut that same summer in the AMA National at Pocono Speedway.
Supermoto & Dual-Sport
Beta is continuing to invest in the dual-sport and Supermoto markets by offering a duo of 450 and 525cc RS models that are street-legal in all 50 states. For 2010, the Beta RS and RS-Supermoto motorcycles feature proven powerplants, lower seat heights, plusher suspension and the availability of more than 60 accessories for hard-core, long-distance dual-sporters and Supermoto riders.
Three Biaggi Replicas
In just two decades Aprilia has become a motorcycle racing force: 33 world championships and 267 GP wins in the 125 and 250 classes – the youngest and most dynamic Moto GP categories – make Aprilia Italy’s most successful brand in existence. And, with this year’s return to the Superbike World Championship (in which the marque notched up 8 wins, 8 pole positions and 26 podium placings from 1999 to 2002), Aprilia is once again a force to be reckoned with in the large capacity, production-derived racing bike class.
Italian with Austrian Power
Versatility and flexibility are virtues never to be under-estimated. In a world of fragmented off-road riding opportunities, the high-performance dual-sport machine has become the necessary alternative to obsolescing dirt-only motorcycles.