Articles Posted in the " NASCAR " Category


  • Daytona 200: Eslick Crash, Dunlop Issues

    Daytona 200: Eslick Crash, Dunlop Issues

    2011 Daytona 200

    For 25 laps around historic Daytona International Speedway Saturday afternoon, GEICO Sportbike rider Danny Eslick looked like the man to beat at the season-opening AMA Daytona 200. But then disaster struck, with Eslick coming off his powerful Richie Morris Racing Suzuki at 160 mph as he rode through Turn 4 of the NASCAR track.


  • 2009 Arenacross Champion | Jeff Gibson Interview

    2009 Arenacross Champion | Jeff Gibson Interview

    In just a few short days, the 2010 AMA Arenacross Series will commence with arguably the deepest, most talented field in the history of the sport. Hundreds of riders will take their shot at making the coveted pair of main events in the AMA Arenacross and AMA Arenacross Lites classes, but one man in particular will have a bullseye on his back as the defending AMA Arenacross Series champion.


  • Wiley X Eyewear Announces Motorcycle Sweepstakes Tour

    Wiley X Eyewear Announces Motorcycle Sweepstakes Tour

    Wiley Partners With Custom Bike Builder Arlen Ness for Custom Chopper Giveaway.

    High performance and good looks has made Wiley X® Eyewear an industry leader for more than 22 years, providing protective eyewear for the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and high-speed enthusiasts in various retail sectors, to name a few. Now Wiley X is joining forces with another powerhouse — Arlen Ness — and is sharing its vision for high speed safety and success on the road and off with the new Wiley X High Velocity Protection Sweepstakes Tour.


  • 2007 Suzuki GSX-R1000 | Superbike Review

    2007 Suzuki GSX-R1000 | Superbike Review

    Continued Domination

    Suzuki’s GSX-R lineup changed the world upon its debut. Well, the motorcycling world anyway. Launched (literally) in 1985/86, the first year saw the debut of a blue-and-white 750cc machine. Radically different from anything up until then, it matched a stunningly light weight with a high horsepower engine and a racer’s ergonomics. In 1987, Suzuki brought forth a sibling–the 1100cc version complete with electronic anti-dive suspension and even more power.


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