Malle Moto competitor shows what all the equipment in the bike’s navigation tower does. It’s a lot of gadgetry to keep straight!
In one of the maddest days we’ve seen in the South American version of the Dakar, the race was won, and then lost, by Adrien Van Beveren, with lots of other insanity to boot.
Show runs Friday-Sunday, with bike giveaways, motovlogger meetups, Yamaha Riding Academy, and lots of other stuff going on!
The J Concept, first shown off wayyyyyy back in 2013, has reappeared in a teaser video this month. This looks like a hint at Kawi’s future.
Today’s excitement included a tough performance by Joan Barreda, a painful exit by Xavier de Soultrait, and a collision between Laia Sanz and a llama.
It was the best of days for Honda, and the worst of days. Scratch that–despite the stage win, it was a pretty bad day overall.
The same Brembo brake components that caused a Ducati recall last month have now caused a recall for a couple KTMs and a Husqvarna.
The Dakar rally has left the sand dunes of Peru for mountains of Bolivia. A change in terrain meant a change in the names on the day’s leaderboard.
Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP racers will all be required to wear airbag suits next season, with exceptions only for wildcard riders and replacements.
The chaos continues, with Honda resurgent again in the last day of dune-bashing. This Dakar has proven to be the most interesting since moving to South America.