Articles Posted in the " Off Road " Category










  • Enduro X Track for X Games 17 Revealed

    Enduro X Track for X Games 17 Revealed

    2011 AMA Endurocross

    The GEICO EnduroCross team is thrilled about the opportunity to showcase this very exciting sport during X Games 17 at the Staples Center. Schaefer Tracks, the official EnduroCross track builders, will construct a very technical track that will challenge the best Off Road motorcycle riders in the world.


  • 2011 Quail Lodge Motorcycle Honorees

    2011 Quail Lodge Motorcycle Honorees

    Isle of Man TT Quail Lodge Gatering

    On May 14, 2011, more than 1,500 motorcycle enthusiasts and collectors attended the third annual Quail Motorcycle Gathering at Quail Lodge Golf Club in Carmel, Calif. The daylong celebration paid tribute to A Century of Racing at the Isle of Man, while also showcasing nearly 200 of the top motorcycles from the past, present and future.


  • Truth Soul Armor Sponsors JCR Honda Team

    Truth Soul Armor Sponsors JCR Honda Team

    JCR Honda Racing

    Truth Soul Armor, a spiritually inspired clothing company with deep roots in the action sports world, announces sponsorship of the world renowned JCR/Honda Off-Road racing team for the 2011-2012 racing seasons.

    The two companies have a long history together, as TRUTH has been one of Johnny Campbell’s personal sponsors for over a decade.


  • Husqvarna announces 2010 race contingency

    Husqvarna announces 2010 race contingency

    Husqvarna is backing 2010 racing in a big way by offering more than $11 million in contingency awards for 145 different U.S. racing series this season. "Think of it as the Husqvarna Bailout Program," says Marketing & Racing Chief Scot Harden. "Even though the economy is going through some tough times, now isn’t the time to back down.


  • 2009 Kawasaki KLX250S | Motorcycle Test

    2009 Kawasaki KLX250S | Motorcycle Test

    Off-Road, On-Road Motorcycle.

    Designing a bike for the dual-sport market is a balancing act. Some riders will spend most of their time on the street, with the occasional off-payment foray on friendly dirt roads; others will use the street simply as a means to get to the dirt. Once there, challenging primitive roads and single-track trails become the adventure.


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