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Marc Marquez Undergoes Third Surgery on Right Arm

A press release from Honda yesterday confirms what many suspected. Marc Marquez’ right arm has not been healing properly from a break he suffered during a crash at Jerez at the start of this year’s MotoGP calendar. The press release sites “slow healing of the humerus bone, which has not improved with specific shock wave […]

Ducati Introduces Redesigned Monster

The name is simply “Monster”, nothing more. It is a new design of the Ducati classic with a 937cc v-twin, aluminum “front frame”, 111 horsepower and a dry weight of just 365 pounds (roughly 40 pounds lighter than the Monster 821). Ducati is very excited about the new Monster, and has produced a very nice […]

Honda Introduces New Rebel 1100 With Africa Twin Power

Featuring a re-tuned version of the 1,084cc parallel twin found in the Africa Twin adventure models, Honda rolled out its all-new Rebel 1100 cruiser earlier today. We understand peak power is roughly 87 horsepower with a chunky 72 foot/pounds of torque at just 4,750 rpm. This will be a pretty quick cruiser. With throttle-by-wire, four […]

Kawasaki Takes the Wraps Off Five 2021 Models

After a lengthy tease, Kawasaki took the wraps off five 2021 models, some of which are a bit more exciting than others. Kawasaki is introducing two KLX300 models, including street legal dual-sport and supermoto versions. Still displacing 292cc, the engines in these bikes seem to relate back to the same displacement KLX300 we tested in […]

Portimao MotoGP Results

Wow! A strange way to begin a race report, I know, but what happened at Portimao today was quite remarkable. Miguel Olivera (KTM) won the race by leading from his pole position on the grid through the first corner and right to the checkered flag. The pace Olivera set was almost mind boggling. It is […]

Portimao MotoGP Qualifying Results

Miguel Olivera (KTM) will start from pole position at his home MotoGP event tomorrow in Portugal. Olivera took his maiden MotoGP pole ahead of second quickest Franco Morbidelli (Yamaha) and third quickest Jack Miller (Ducati). The 2020 MotoGP champion Joan Mir (Suzuki) qualified way back in 20th position. This is the first MotoGP event ever […]

MotoGP Aims to Add Indonesian Circuit to 2021 Calendar

The Mandalika International Street Circuit is under construction on the Indonesian island of Lombok and is aiming to be completed by the middle of next year, possibly permitting MotoGP to race there near the end of the 2021 calendar. Mandalika will be 2.68 miles long with 17 corners. Construction is well underway (one of the […]

KTM Announces Teams Competing in 2021 Motocross and Supercross Series

Yesterday, at the KTM test track in Southern California, the factory announced the Red Bull KTM race team for the 2021 U.S. motocross and supercross championships. Red Bull KTM will field 3 riders, including 2019 450 Supercross champion Cooper Webb and Marvin Musquin in the 450 class, together with rookie Maximus Vohland aboard a KTM […]

Yamaha Announces Redesigned Tracer 9 and Tracer 9 GT (with video)

With the recent thorough redesign of the MT-09, it should be no surprise that Yamaha has also redesigned the corresponding Tracer models. This sporty tourer has moved on considerably from the original FJ-09 we first tested back in 2015. The new Tracer 9 and Tracer 9 GT get the same, larger 890cc triple engine, as […]

Valencia MotoGP Results (Race #2)

Joan Mir (Suzuki) clinched the 2020 MotoGP championship earlier today in Valencia with one round to spare – next weekend at Portimão. He needed to leave the race with at least a 26 point advantage over 2nd place, and his calculated ride to 7th place at the finish leaves him 29 points clear of today’s […]

Report Indicates Marc Marquez May Need Further Surgery and Bone Graft

While Marc Marquez is officially out of the final race of 2020, a report concerning his condition has surfaced on The Race. You may recall that Marquez badly broke his right arm (the humerus) during the opening race at Jerez this year, and decided to return immediately to race the following weekend. Things didn’t go […]


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