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Mark Blackwell to be Honored as AMA Hall of Fame Legend

2013 AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Legend Mark Blackwell, a pioneering racer in American motocross, a six-time AMA championship race team manager and a well-respected...

Torsten Hallman to be Honored as AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Legend

A MA Motorcycle Hall of Fame News Torsten Hallman was instrumental in the introduction of motocross to America, and on Friday, Oct. 18, he will be...

AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days: Mods & Rockers

2012 AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days at Mid-Ohio

The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to announce that the 2012 AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days rally - the country's grandest celebration of old bikes and the people who love them - will highlight the classic "Rockers and Mods" two-wheeled subculture that is presently undergoing a popular resurgence in America.

Morbidelli V8

Morbidelli V8 | Motorcycle Feature

90-degree Longitudinal 32-valve Engine 

By any estimation, Giancarlo Morbidelli dreamed in epic proportions. A self-made businessman with a passion for motorcycles, he used his entrepreneurial spoils to finance a race team and achieved impressive results: His race bikes won three consecutive 125cc world titles in the mid-1970s, a coveted 250cc title in 1977, and another 125cc championship the following year.

The MotoGP Series | A History to 2005

Somehow, I ended up in the same corner of the Castrol Honda Superbike hospitality tent as MotoGP World Champion Valentino Rossi and his friends while attending a World Superbike race at Misano, near Rimini and Riccione, on Italy's Adriatic Coast. I sat a few tables away and watched as Rossi's party chatted and ate prosciutto, apparently enjoying a relaxed day at the track.
 
All weekend long, thousands of Italians had streamed past the Honda hospitality area—its windows wide open to the glorious Italian sunshine.