I have no idea how this guy pulled this off, but this is a moment this kid will remember forever.
The 2018 MotoGP season kicks off this weekend at Losail International Circuit in Qatar and is primed to be one of the best seasons yet. I’ve only followed MotoGP for the last five or so years, so I’m no expert by any means, but I wanted to put together an easy guide if you are new to the sport and want to follow it this year.
While appearing on the show last night, Matthes set it up where Dan Sjoblom of Bullfrog Spas called in and surprised Brayton with his very own spa for his win at Daytona.
In 2014, at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, Husqvarna first unveiled their 401 concepts. Since then, the Vitpilen 401 and Svartpilen 401 have been well-received by test riders, but also haven’t been available. That’s about to change, and we should all be ecstatic.
Hey, parents, want to have the next moto superstar? How about you just name your special angel Jeff? Yeah, I know it’s not flashy (please don’t do Geoff, either), but it’ll work. Want proof? I now present to you the most successful Jeffs in motocross history. Look at these names, people!
This is a satirical look at some of the bigger (and smaller) talking points from the weekend’s action based on what viewers from around the world are commenting on. Please don’t take it too seriously.
Yesterday, Davey hit me up and asked who was in charge of Exhaust. I immediately felt nervous. “Oh shit, what did we do?” I thought to myself. Well, we haven’t messed up anything—yet. Davey just wanted to send along some old win ads.
"Many see Japan as a traditional and respectful society where conformity is the norm, but behind this stereotypical image lies a vibrant sub-culture where new fashions and ideas are constantly emerging. These same creative forces that drive the darker and unconventional side have inspired and shaped the unique MT motorcycles."
If you haven't listened to any of these yet, you're missing out.
Thanks to the Suzuki Ecstar MotoGP team, we can now watch MotoGP in 360—well, at least a testing session.
Jason Weigandt and technology just don’t mix. It’s really, really bad. I get daily laughter from the simple things that trip him up.