The Days of the American Dynasty: When US Riders Ruled GP

Since the departure of Nicky Hayden from MotoGP in 2015, the world's premier motorcycle racing series has surprisingly not had a single American rider on the grid. But this was not always the case - from the late 1970s to the early 1990s, American riders dominated Grand Prix, and it took the world over a decade to catch back up. Here's the story of how they did it! [More]

Indian Comes Heavy in Their Return to Flat Track Racing

It’s been over 60 years since the race track rivalry between America’s two biggest motorcycle manufacturers ended when Indian shut down in 1953. But now an all-new Indian is taking the fight back to the track, with a purpose built engine designed by MotoGP and F1 engineers! Check it out here, and see why Indian will be a force to be reckoned with in their long-awaited return to flat track this year. [More]
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