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MotoGP 2010 Phillip Island: Sometimes it's lonely at the top [Spoilers]

Proving that the power of hometown heroics should never be underestimated, Casey Stoner not only put on a great show for his fellow countrymen but once again proved to be dominant at the Australian GP. The starting grid at Phillip Island was the last time Stoner would be seen by competitors, as he converted pole-position to victory with a gap of nearly nine seconds. But was this really a fair fight?

MotoGP 2010 Sepang: A tale of two champions [Spoilers]

Starting from pole position certainly has its advantages in GP racing, especially if you take to the track with the goal of potentially clinching your first World Championship and playing it safe is the name of the game. Just the opposite would be true when staring from the second row, entering turn one in the middle of the pack and racing like you have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Such was the case with two very divergent Yamaha riders.

MotoGP 2010: All things Italian leave their mark on Japan's home turf [Spoilers]

As the battle between Fiat-Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo and Repsol Honda's Dani Pedrosa materialized over the last few rounds of racing action, it appeared that this past weekend's Japanese Grand Prix would offer fans somewhat of a "perfect storm" in terms of two-wheeled racing drama. Pedrosa entered as the only man with a mathematical chance of swiping the crown from Lorenzo this late in the

Mahindra adds Mojo to the motorcycle market with new two-wheelers

Complete with colorful dancers and Bollywood superstar Amir Khan, Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd announced its entry into the two-wheeled market with the launch of two new models. The Mojo and Stallio are the culmination of a plan put into action back in 2008, when the giant Indian manufacturer purchased Italian design firm Engines Engineering, which claims responsibility for the styling of t

MotoGP 2010: Aragon adds fuel to the comeback fire [SPOILERS]

With racing action returning to Spain and the top two contenders being Spanish natives, MotoGP Aragon certainly became a highly competitive forum not only for the championship race, but also for bragging rights at stake in front of the home-country fans. For Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa, added pressure came in the form of also being caught in a late season battle for the overall champi

MotoGP 2010: Don't call it a comeback at Misano... just yet [SPOILER]

When Dani Pedrosa left Indianapolis Motor Speedway last week, there's little doubt he was the envy of his fellow MotoGP contenders. The Spaniard clinched victory, proving that he possessed not only the speed, but also the fortitude to truly challenge Jorge Lorenzo. The question on everyone's mind was this: Could Pedrosa and Repsol Honda really mount a solid comeback? Devon Brozek

MotoGP 2010: Winds of change blow into the Brickyard [Spoilers]

The hype, the drama and one final chance to perform in front of the home town crowd made Indianapolis Motor Speedway a forum for several American riders to "leave it all out on the track " before MotoGP departed the U.S. for the remainder of the season. But with so much happening off the racetrack, when all the cast members were in place, who really had what it took to steal the spotligh

Back to His Roots: The Kentucky Kid returns to the Indy Mile, but not to race

Before Nicky Hayden was an international superstar making use of some of the best front brakes in the world on his MotoGP bike, he was just a kid from Kentucky who made a name for himself forgoing the front binder altogether and winning a ton of AMA flat track races. Back then he

MotoGP 2010: Getting back on track in the Czech Republic [Spoilers]

For us, the mid-season break in GP action seemed reminiscent of the Monday night following the Superbowl, something is just missing. As the hot tires penciled in the fast lines around the Brno circuit, we remembered just what it was: lightning fast motorcycles of course! High winds and poor weather conditions slowed the race pace – the fastest lap of the actual race was over a

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun: Women, motorcycles and stunts throughout history [w/video]

Jessica Maine, the modern stunt woman – Click above to watch the video after the break

Harley-Davidson expands 2011 lineup with three new offerings

2011 Harley-Davidson Sportster SuperLow – Click above for high-res image gallery

Ducati announces the EVO-lution of its middleweight 848 sportbike

2011 Ducati 848 EVO – Click above for high-res image gallery

MotoGP 2010 Sachsenring: Shake-up, crack-up and the return of The Doctor [Spoilers]

Call it a feeling of shear uncertainty, nervousness if you will... or better yet anticipation. That is exactly what the German round of MotoGP racing provided for fans around the globe. Not only was the Sachsenring round the mid-marker of this season's racing schedule, but more importantly it would give life back to the shake-up that can only be described as "The Rossi Factor." A turn-nine

Ducati North America seeks new CEO

Amidst recent rumors, Ducati has officially announced that its CEO of North American operations, Michael Lock, will step down at the end of July to pursue other opportunities.

eBay Find of the Day: If you've been looking for a Tron Lightcycle, the search is over

Real-llfe Tron Lightcycle – Click above for high-res image gallery

Pikes Peak 2010: Ducati takes top honors in the "big boy" class aboard stock Multistrada

Its all uphill from here for the new Multistrada – Click above for high-res image gallery

MotoGP 2010: Tire choice plays a key role for top finishers at Assen [Spoilers]

The sixth round of GP racing for 2010 from the Assen circuit marked not only the 80th anniversary of the Dutch TT but also the further dominance of Fiat Yamaha rider Jorge Lorenzo. With Rossi still out, Lorenzo's winning ways seem untempered by any of the fields competitors. The Spaniard's start-to-finish victory also places him within an elite grouping of riders who have taken victo

Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz introduce the "Faux-cati" in Knight and Day *Update

Let's just say even we don't know how to get our hands on one of these. Click above for high-res image gallery

MotoGP 2010: Momentum and surprises from Silverstone [Spoilers]

We came away from the Italian GP round with the feeling that anything was possible. The season had settled into a blistering pace and drama had definitely begun to unfold. Departure from Mugello left many heads spinning as we saw defending champ Valentino Rossi leave on a stretcher following a

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