AMA-logo-230PICKERINGTON, Ohio — The American Motorcyclist Association’s national championship vintage motocross program during AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, July 10-12 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio, will include more opportunities than ever for racers of vintage, post-vintage and non-current motorcycles to relive the sport’s glory days.

The motocross races are part of the Moto Armory AMA Off-Road Vintage Grand Championship, which also includes the hare scrambles and trials competition that takes place during AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, the country’s grandest celebration of vintage motorcycles and the people who love them.


PICKERINGTON, Ohio — You might not be able to race with the U.S. team at the 2015 FIM International Six Days Enduro in Kosice, Slovakia, Sept. 7-12, but you can have their backs by purchasing an official U.S. team T-shirt from the American Motorcyclist Association.

Dunlop-12-7-11Buffalo, NY: The Summer X Games at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, TX, saw Dunlop-sponsored riders take every available Gold and Silver medal, and sweep all three medals in five of the seven motorcycle events to take 19 of a possible 21 podiums.

This year also included two new events; Moto X Quarter Pipe, which replaced the Best Trick event in previous X Games, and Harley-Davidson Flat-Track Racing, which featured Harley XR750 riders competing on a slippery 3/8 mile oval on Dunlop’s Sportmax® DT3 flat track tire. Dunlop’s Geomax® MX32 and MX52 tires were the choice of all motocross and freestyle Dunlop riders competing at this year’s X Games.

Kawasaki-Motor-Corp-Logo-1-3-14IRVINE, Calif. (June 9, 2015) – Kawasaki has named renowned racing industry veteran Bruce Stjernstrom to lead racing operations, replacing senior racing manager Reid Nordin, who has left the company. Stjernstrom returns with 20 years of experience at Kawasaki, having previously led both the racing and marketing departments, and will report to Chris Brull, Vice President of Marketing for Kawasaki Motors Corp. U.S.A.

“Bruce brings a wealth of knowledge and business acumen to our racing program,” said Brull. “Bruce was a cornerstone of Kawasaki Team Green™, as well as leading multiple championship winning teams while directing our professional racing programs. We know he has a passion for the sport that is only matched by his passion for Kawasaki.”

Austin, TX. (June 6th)
– The ageless Mike Brown won his third X Games Enduro X Gold medal in Austin, Texas. The Rockstar Husqvarna rider overtook Cody Webb near the midway point of the race and never looked back. FMF KTM’s Taylor Robert had a great first race back after taking five months off recovering from a wrist injury to take the Silver medal with a late race pass on Webb as well. Webb held onto third on his team FMF/RPM/Team Maxxis KTM.


SCORE International released the final entry list for tomorrow’s 47th annual Bud Light SCORE Baja 500. There are currently 216 entries for the third round of the five-race 2015 SCORE World Desert Championship

Carson-Motorsports-BRC-6-3-15CARSON CITY, NV (June 3, 2015) — Carson Motorsports (CMS) launches its inaugural BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC) membership program in support of BRC’s efforts to ensure continued OHV access to public lands in Nevada.

The program highlights CMS’s commitment to helping ensure continued motorized access to roads, trails and areas on lands managed by the Forest Service and BLM.
Keith Serpa, President and CEO of Carson Motorsports, states, “Considering the many current and future Forest Service and BLM planning efforts that will directly impact OHV access to roads and trails in the Carson City and Reno areas, I am proud to announce our efforts to help educate and involve our customers in helping keep trails open.  As part of our program, CMS will be including a full BRC membership with the purchase of any new motorcycle.”

SCORE-Logo-12-5-11RENO, Nev. – SCORE International desert racing officials announced today that cancer treatment for Oscar Ramos Jassen, the prominent Mexican attorney from Tijuana who has served as SCORE international liaison for over 20 years, is going extremely well and the prognosis remains extremely optimistic. Diagnosed with Esophageal cancer in late April, Ramos is receiving testing and aggressive treatment at the Instituto Nacional de Cancerologia in Mexico City.

“We are receiving nothing but positive input regarding Oscar’s current condition which is great news for all of us in his SCORE family,” said Roger Norman, SCORE CEO/President. “Now that the initial shock has worn off we all continue to stand with Oscar and his family as they ferociously fight this courageous battle with our sincere thoughts and deepest prayers. While he will miss his first SCORE race in two decades next week, we are even more optimistic now that he will be rejoining us very soon out in the desert. As testament to his commitment to SCORE, through all of this, Oscar has continued to orchestrate numerous details from his hospital bed and even returned to Ensenada for a few meetings in preparation for next week’s race.”

SCORE-Baja-500-2015-Logo-4-28-15ENSENADA, Mexico — Fully engaged and well aware of the challenge that awaits, Las Vegas’ Bryce Menzies and SoCal’s Ricky Brabec are full of confidence and enthusiasm as Menzies defends his overall race and SCORE Trophy Truck title and Brabec attempts to repeat as overall motorcycle winner at this week’s 47th annual Bud Light SCORE Baja 500 desert race. Round 3 of the five-race 2015 SCORE World Desert Championship is being held this week in Mexico’s Baja California Norte, starting and finishing in Ensenada, the seaside port on the Pacific Ocean, 85 miles south of San Diego.

It is an elapsed-time race with staggered starts as the green flag on Saturday drops first for the motorcycles and quads at 5:30 a.m. and approximately 10 a.m. for the cars, trucks and UTVs. While the fastest vehicles are expected to complete the brutally rugged 510.58-mile course in nearly 11 hours, all vehicles will have a 22-hour time limit to become an official finisher in the grueling race.

AMA-logo-230PICKERINGTON, Ohio — The Renewable Fuel Standard proposals announced today by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency would increase the risk of misfueling for motorcyclists and all-terrain-vehicle owners by forcing the widespread availability of higher-ethanol fuel blends, such as E15, the American Motorcyclist Association reports.

The EPA proposed setting the renewable fuel standard for 2014 at the levels that were actually produced and used, which totaled 15.93 billion gallons. But for 2015, the standard rises to 16.3 billion gallons. And for 2016, the total increases again, to 17.4 billion gallons.