We’re a little late to the game on this one, but if you haven’t seen it, you need to watch it.
Back in 2014, the O.G. Honda Mean Mower hit a then-record of 116.575 mph. The record lasted a year, as Norwegians stuffed an LS1 in a Viking T6 and went 134 mph. Honda isn’t having it. They want to hit 150 mph.
Last night in Las Vegas, action sports icon Travis Pastrana honored legendary daredevil Evel Knievel by recreating his most celebrated jumps: jumping the length of 52-plus crushed cars, jumping 16 Greyhound buses, and the Caesars Palace fountain jump that nearly killed Knievel.
Late in the second moto at Southwick, the 250 overall was turned on its head when Alex Martin (second in the first moto) tried to take the inside going into a corner and ran it in on first-moto winner Austin Forkner. Here is the crash in a GIF.
While he’s currently sidelined with a torn ACL, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna’s Dean Wilson is using his time to do a good deed.
Travis does it again.
I fell for it again. I picked Jerry Robin in PulpMX Fantasy. He’s like a drug I can’t resist, even though I know it’s bad for me.
These reactions are priceless.
Hagerty, an insurance company that specializes in classic car insurance and is based in Traverse City, Michigan, posted an amazing time-lapse of Davin Reckow rebuilding a 1978 Kawasaki KE100.
Last Saturday, at round four of Lucas Oil Pro Motocross at High Point Raceway, a huge first-turn pileup claimed the likes of Ken Roczen, Blake Baggett, Weston Peick, Benny Bloss, and a lot more. But you probably missed the best part.
Over the weekend at the Spanish MotoGP race at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, NBA basketball player Pau Gasol and Honda HRC racer Dani Pedrosa shared a photo-op—and it’s amazing.
The commercial ventures outside the box of a typical moto commercial—which is a good thing. It is funny and creative, and Martin does a good job acting.