Draw - to determine starting positions.
Northern California local Cody Webb will race with the red plate as the points leader heading into this weekend’s GEICO EnduroCross Championship round in Sacramento.
Kenny Coolbeth, aboard his Zanotti Racing Harley-Davidson, dismantled the Grand National Championship competition on Sunday, June 15, at Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa and earned the 31st GNC win of his illustrious career and his second on the young 2014 AMA Pro Flat Track season.
The 2014 Aires AMA NATC MotoTrials US National Championship Series resumes this coming weekend with rounds five and six of the series in Valley View, Pennsylvania, on June 21st and 22nd, where Pat Smage will attempt to remain undefeated after winning all four rounds held so far.
AMA members who compete in the 2014 Pikes Peak International Hillclimb, an AMA-sanctioned competition event, on June 29 in Colorado Springs, Colo., will be better protected in the event of a crash, thanks to the Roadracing World Action Fund.
If your have never competed in an EnduroCross and want to give it a try without the added pressure of racing in front of a packed arena, the EnduroCross Rookies Class is for you.
The race is still a month-and-a-half away, but it’s easy to understand why Shayna Texter, the 23-year-old factory Triumph rider from Willow Street, Pennsylvania, has July 26th circled on her calendar. That’s when the AMA Pro Grand National Championship comes to Cal Expo and the historic Sacramento Mile. Texter comes into this year’s event with the confidence of having won the Grand National support class (Pro Singles) the last two years and she’s hoping her success at Cal Expo carries over now that she’s made the step up to the premier Grand National Championship.
Amateur road racers will race for American Motorcyclist Association national No. 1 plates on Sept. 6-7 when the 2014 AMA Road Race Grand Championship heads to New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville, N.J.
Round two of the AMA Pro Hillclimb Series looked as if the winners would be a repeat of round one until Jay Sallstrom unleashed a perfect ride in the second half to take the Unlimited Class win by nearly a half-second. John Koester and Nick Drummer each chalked up repeat wins in Xtreme Class and Pro Sport Class, respectively.
The world's fastest motorcyclists will compete for their place in history this Aug. 23-28 as they race for national and world records at the Bonneville Motorcycle Speed Trials.