Chris Pfeiffer, the world stunt champion, proved once again in Zurich that there is nobody better than him when it comes to stunts and tricks on a two-wheeled machinery.
The 37 year old German champion had already won the same title last year on its BMW F800, but it managed to do it again this early spring on the same type of motorcycle. There’s no age barrier to stop this rider!
Right next with Chris on the podium were Humberto Ribiero and Sebastien Desbonnet, but I invite you (...) > Full story
Due to the unexpected cancellation of musical act Aerosmith, the Harley Owner’s Group (H.O.G.) has announced a revised lineup of entertainment for the CLUB H.O.G. 25 anniversary celebration and has announced that all activities at Milwaukee’s Miller Park during the group’s August 28 event will be free to all H.O.G. members.
According to a spokesperson for Aerosmith, the group has canceled its performance at the H.O.G. concert due to medical reasons and does not have any other dates (...) > Full story
BMW Motorrad’s Chris Pfeiffer has successfully defended the Streetbike Freestyle World Championship in Zurich, which took place this weekend at the SWISS-MOTO Motorcycle, Scooter and Tuning Exhibition in Zurich, Switzerland.
The 37-year-old German once again dominated proceedings aboard his BMW F 800, winning each of the four rounds across the weekend, to retain the crown he won at the inaugural event in 2007. Second place went to Portuguese rider Humberto Ribeiro, while rounding (...) > Full story
I was asked a few days ago, why are there so few songs featuring two wheelers? When I discovered this video on YouTube, I understood right away why is that. Frankly, I do not know how to comment on this video without bursting in a sarcastic laugh.
I am sure that Boro Majstorovic was a phenomenal success in the folk dances of his country (Serbia apparently), but come on! "Kavasaki"? Is this supposed to be a nice tribute to the green mark? By misspelling the brand’s name?
I’m really curious if Kawasaki’s chairman value this kind of publicity. Anyway, I must admit that this video has the virtue of a good laugh.
Last year, BMW Motorrad’s Chris Pfeiffer became the first Indoor Streetbike Freestyle World Champion by winning every round of the indoor event that took place at the SWISS-MOTO Motorcycle, Scooter and Tuning Exhibition in Zurich, Switzerland.
Chris and his F 800 were up against 16 other competitors from nine nations, yet Pfeiffer was unbeaten in Saturday’s qualifying rounds and both of Sunday’s final rounds, posting near perfect results in front of thousands of spectators.
From 21 (...) > Full story
Slayer, the Grammy-winning, undisputed kings of thrash/punk/metal, have joined forces with O’Neal USA, one of the leading manufacturers of motorcycle and BMX accessories, to produce a limited edition of Slayer helmets that feature the band’s distinguished and celebrated artwork. The helmets will launch under the name of RockHard, and will be sold at all Cycle Gear locations and at finer motorcycle dealerships worldwide . In addition, each helmet will be certified and numbered with its own (...) > Full story
Erik Buell, the motorcycle designer, can now add guitar designer to his list of accomplishments, thanks to an exclusive collaboration with Queensrÿche guitarist Mike Stone and Peavey, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of musical instruments.
Buell’s friendship with Stone led to the collaboration with the Peavey Custom Shop. The Mike Stone Signature MS-1 guitar features an original contoured mahogany body shape developed by Stone and Buell. The neck contains inlay blocks with (...) > Full story
Italian legend Giacomo Agostini will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at this year’s Legend of the Motorcycle Concours.
Agostini, known to millions of fans worldwide as “Ago”, is the world’s greatest motorcycle grand prix racer with 15 Grand Prix World Championship titles. While fellow Italian and World Champion racer Valentino Rossi is close on his heels in terms of career titles, no one has yet to match Ago’s incredible record on the track.
Most closely (...) > Full story