As I’m sure many of you have seen plastered all over the web from various motorcycle news outlets, the AMA has issued an official press release speaking out against the recent announcement FIMNASMC (SMEC) and Mike Kidd Sports Agency.
Reading this press release from the AMA has really concerned me so I decided to do something no other news source has seemed to do and ask some questions and try and get to the bottom of whats actually going on here. Continue reading
BRD Announces a name change to ALTA: Click on for the Press Release and our thoughts on the rebranding!
So I know some of you are curious how the their first time on the bike has gone and from what I’ve been informed is that it went well. It took everyone a little while to get used to the Aprilia’s since they ride a bit different than the bikes that everyone is used to but after some laps Gage, Monte and Johnny were all getting used to the bikes and picking up pace. As I get more info I will be sure to share it!
What a wonderful time of year. Mettet has just ended and the Supermoto of Nations are coming up this weekend. This year marks the first time ever that the USA has been represented at the Supermoto of nations and we will be doing it with a bang! Johnny Lewis, Gage Mcallister and Monte Frank are headed to Italy to show the rest of the world the USA is a force to be reckoned with, and they’re doing it with a bit of preproduction italian power. Continue reading
So I know quite a few of you are excited to see how to get to mettet and how to do it affordably. Luckily I have done this trip before without breaking the bank and would love to see as many of you guys get the opportunity to race there as well!
I’m not going to lie to you guys though. Doing this on a budget, specifically the budget I set for myself and used last year, does not equal a cushy vacation. What it does though is, gets you there, cheaply, so you can experience the largest supermoto event in the world. Continue reading
We are now about a week away until racers start arriving in Mettet, Belgium for the worlds largest supermoto race! Whats awfully surprising to me is how little information gets out about this race, at least in the USA, and how few people know how it works. Continue reading
Check out Mike Poli’s recap from this past summer/spring. Great race footage and around town hooliganism!
In two weeks and one day, riders from all over the world will be arriving in Mettet Belgium for the worlds largest supermoto race. Unfortunately I will not be attending this year, but lucky for you guys I went last year and I am very familiar with how the event works. Continue reading