2013 Suzuki Racing ContingencyAmerican Suzuki will offer $4.8 million in contingency support, covering numerous road racing and motocross series across the contiguous United States. (motocross contingency will offer over $3.7 million, while roadracing will receive over $1 million in support).
Spending this contingency money is simple; when racers earn money with the Suzuki Contingency program they will receive Suzuki Contingency Awards Cards. Money will be added to these cards throughout the year as they compete and win races. Amateur and professional riders can spend their money at any authorized U.S. Suzuki dealership.The 2013 Suzuki Contingency registration is now active and will be available thru 10/31/2013. A new registration is required each year.Road Racing contingency information can be found at: http://www.suzukicycles.com/Racing/Road%20Racing/Contingency.aspxMotocross contingency information can be found at: http://www.suzukicycles.com/Racing/Motocross/Contingency.aspxFor additional support or for more information, contact Suzuki Contingency at MCContin@suz.com
Zero Electric ADV Bike + Al and Bridget from Throw Your Leg Over
byMotos and Friends by Ultimate Motorcycle
Hello everyone and welcome to Motos and Friends, a weekly Podcast brought to you by the editorial team at Ultimate Motorcycling. My name is Arthur Coldwells.
Electric mobility is everywhere nowadays. Whether it’s a car, a truck, an assisted bicycle, a scooter, or any number of new innovations, the electric revolution is certainly here. In this week’s first segment, Nic de Sena took a ride on Zero’s recently announced new Adventure bike—the Zero DSR-X. There’s been a lot of hype about this new arrival on the ADV scene, and of course the questions are many. Nic talks to me about whether Zero actually have a credible, alternative energy ADV bike—or if the machine is just simply an empty promise.
In our second segment, I chat with Al and Bridget from ‘Throw Your Leg Over’. They took time out to record this episode from somewhere in the middle of Romania, of all places.
These interesting Aussies have traveled—and painstakingly documented—the thousands of miles they’ve covered riding the best roads and sights through Australia, Tasmania, Europe, eastern Europe, and Scandinavia, among other places.