Racing Riding

Suzuki Announces 2022 Hayabusa Sport Bike

Suzuki has revamped its flagship sport bike, creating what the Japanese manufacturer is calling, “the quickest, most technologically advanced and aerodynamic Hayabusa yet.” Suzuki says the third-generation 2022 Hayabusa has more than 550 new or redesigned parts. Those changes are reflected in the price of the bike: $18,599, an increase of $3,800. The Hayabusa—named for

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New Hampshire’s Jericho Mountain State Park Offers Miles of OHV Trail Excitement

Jericho Mountain State Park is one of the premier off-highway vehicle trail riding areas in the northeastern U.S. Purchased with funds from OHV registrations, this 7,500-acre park near Berlin in northern New Hampshire promises more than 80 miles of trails for motorcyclists and ATV riders.

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AMA Press Releases Magazine Racing Riding Rights

Motorcycling in Siberia and More in February ‘American Motorcyclist’

Photographer Michael Lichter chronicles the Baikal Mile Ice Speed Festival in Siberia, and AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famer Paul Dean describes racing a dirt bike near the erupting Mt. St. Helens volcano in the February 2021 issue of American Motorcyclist magazine.

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AMA News & Notes: December 2019

National and Regional News WASHINGTON, D.C. — The National Transportation Safety Board called on federal regulators Nov. 19 to create a review process before allowing automated test vehicles to operate on public roads, based upon the agency’s investigation of a fatal collision between an Uber automated test vehicle and a pedestrian on March 18, 2018,

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