New to road racing? If you’ve never raced on a track before—or if you’re unsure of your speed—you’ll want to start with a class or event designed for beginners. Here are three options for riders looking to dip their toes into the world of sportbike racing.
These colorful graphic base layer shirts and jerseys from women-owned company Just Ride 5 are beautiful and comfortable. Vintage motorcycle racer Jenny Bass tests a base layer out under her leathers on the racetrack while editor Tricia tries out a jersey both on and off the bike.
Having fun in the sun with WRN at this year’s MotoGP race at COTA in Austin, Texas.
Every once in a while, a special motorcycle comes along that breaks the mold—exactly what Indian did when it created the FTR 1200. Loaded with character, this sporty V-twin roadster is built for fun day rides, both on the road and off the beaten path. See why we love it so much that we bought our own.
Four female influencers were asked to turn a stock Royal Enfield into a flat tracker to inspire others to build, train, and race their own motorcycles. But then COVID-19 happened. See how Royal Enfield salvaged its womens initiative and how you can watch the girls race this October.
With years of experience riding only as a passenger, Ashley Woodford, winner of this year’s SheMoto Award, got her motorcycle endorsement and raced straight to her own land speed record at the Bonneville Salt Flats!
Rachelle Croft and Rhonda Cahill are on a two-fold mission: to inspire mothers to achieve their dreams while raising children, and to inspire women to know that nothing is ever too challenging if you set your mind to it.
Looking to achieve what she calls her proudest moment so far, land speed racer Valerie Thompson is aiming to join the 200 mph club at this weekend’s Bonneville Speed Week and at the BUB Motorcycle Speed Trials at Bonneville starting August 24.
If riding on the street doesnt satisfy your need for speed, then youve probably thought about racing on a track. The main benefit to riding on a track is the controlled environment—everyone is riding in the same direction, the condition of the pavement is predictable and there are no unexpected obstacles. Heres how to get started.