Following a cycling incident close to Rimini, on the east coast of Italy, last Wednesday 17th May, it is with the greatest sadness that we report the passing of Nicky Hayden (Red Bull Honda World Superbike Team). Thirty five year old Hayden was involved in a collision with a car while out training and was taken
One does not have to be the loneliest number. Bryan Smith took the number one plate in the 2016 AMA Pro Flat Track (now American Flat Track) championship, and he had company– in the form of Jared Mees, who came within a whisker of snatching the title away (which would have been his 5th).
The dust of Dakar is settled, so why not open up some old wounds? It’s actually best to start out by saying that “Fuelgate” is not the biggest story of Dakar. The thing that makes it so interesting is it being the least talked about story. Though to be perfectly honest, it has also been
It is a new year which means in just a few short months a new race season will start for The Bandit Series. The Bandit Series is a racing series for big rigs of all kinds from different walks of life. The Bandit Series picked up where ChampTruck had left off but they are sticking
TRUCKS!!! The words “epic” and “mammoth” cannot be overused when describing the truck category in the Dakar Rally. This year’s favorite, Gerard De Rooy settled for third in his Iveco, suffering big setbacks in two stages and struggling to make up the time. It left the door open for a one-two finish for a jubilant
Bike Category The bikes had a serious shake up as they came out of the mountains and hit the final dunes in the 2017 Dakar Rally. All competitors had just spent days struggling with rain, extreme cold, and the thin air of the mountains. While Stage 10 began with the cold and altitude, they quickly
Judging by the comments section on Dakar Rally’s official Facebook page, people did not understand the reasoning behind cancelling Stage 09 due to a landslide. Some lamented the Rally losing its defining spirit of grit and tenacity. Others railed against organizers for their inconsiderate attitude towards local fans who drove long distances to see race
Lyndon Poskitt took advantage of a cancelled Stage 09 to call into his sponsors at Adventure Spec, giving an update from the trenches of this year’s Dakar Rally. Lyndon currently sits second in the Malle Moto class; a class of riders who race without support crews and perform all service themselves while sleeping in tents.