MSC is the Next Big Step in Motorcycle Safety

MSC Is The Next Big Step In Motorcycle Safety

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BoschLogo

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Robert Bosch LLC has developed Motorcycle Stability Control (MSC), the world’s first all-in-one safety system for motorcycles. MSC is designed to measure key motorcycle data and intervene in critical situations, resulting in improved rider safety.

The MSC system, based on a Bosch anti-lock braking system (ABS) and featuring a lean angle sensor, constantly measures wheel speed, yaw rate, lean angle and pitch angle to modulate braking and acceleration, ensuring optimal safety in all riding situations, including difficult maneuvers and cornering...

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Yamaha Prepares to Wrap Up Triple-Header in Sepang

Yamaha Prepares to Wrap Up Triple-Header in Sepang

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MalaysiaGP

After a superb race at Phillip Island where Yamaha filled the podium, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP heads to Malaysia for another heated battle at the Sepang International Circuit for the Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix.

Strengthened by his victory from last Sunday, Valentino Rossi has extra motivation to fight for second place in the championship. The Doctor is a fan of the Malaysian track, where he stood on the podium nine times in his career. He has won at the Sepang circuit in the 500cc class in 2001 and claimed premier class victories in 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2010.

During the race at Phillip Island teammate Jorge Lorenzo successfully fended off his rivals for second place despite suffering tyre problems...

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PJ Jacobsen’s 4th Annual 4-Hour Memorial Race

PJ Jacobsen’s 4th Annual 4-Hour Memorial Race To Honor Jim Moroney and Tommy Aquino

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PJJacobsen

PJ Jacobsen’s 4-Hour Endurance Series will be honoring Jim Moroney at the 4th Annual Memorial Race. The race is this coming Sunday, October 26, at OVRP in Cuddebackville, NY.

Jim started riding motorcycles on a 1927 30/50 Indian when he was twelve years old. As his passion for motorcycles grew, he began working at a Harley dealership before being drafted into the Korean War.

He and his wife, Carmela, began Moroney’s Harley-Davidson in 1956 after he came home from the army. The business grew from a small start-up to the 26,000 square foot motorcycle superstore that it is today.

As Jim retired in the early 1990’s, his only son Pat began running the business...

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MV Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster RR

Brutale 800 Dragster RR Video:

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Dungey Finishes 4th at Monster Energy Cup

Dungey Finishes 4th at Monster Energy Cup
Hill Earns 6th in 450 Debut

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Dungey

Las Vegas, NV – Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey earned 4th overall while newcomer Justin Hill earned an impressive 6th place result in his first race aboard the KTM 450 SX-F at the Monster Energy Cup in front of a packed Sam Boyd Stadium.

Hill turned one of the top three fastest lap times in the morning qualifiers creating quite a buzz through the pits as an unexpected top rider in his rookie performance on the 450. He quickly lived up to the hype when he earned a 2nd place start in the first main event behind Trey Canard. Hill applied heavy pressure to Canard throughout the ten lap main event before eventually finishing 2nd. His teammates, Dungey and Dean Wilson, did not have great starts...

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Jason Anderson And Zach Osborne Race Monster Energy Cup

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Jason Anderson And Zach Osborne Race Monster Energy Cup

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Anderson

Reigning 250 West Supercross Champion Jason Anderson and teammate Zach Osborne made their debut on US soil as members of the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team at the Monster Energy Cup this weekend in fabulous Las Vegas. The entire crew inlcuding Martin Davalos and Zach Bell were present in the pit area as Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing dawned their new set-up as a precursor to the 2015 AMA Supercross season.

Riders Jason Anderson and Zach Osborne both battled slick track conditions and a stacked line-up in front of a packed Sam Boyd Stadium...

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Robert Wins First Career EnduroCross Series Race

Robert Wins First Career EnduroCross Series Race

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Robert

Everett, WA – Factory FMF/KTM rider Taylor Robert took his first-ever AMA EnduroCross Series main event win at the XFINITY Arena, the sixth round of the series.

Robert was consistent in the morning qualifying laps turning times within the top three results. He was placed in the third heat of the night show where he took the holeshot and went on to lead each lap to take the win and a transfer spot in the main event.

Red Bull KTM Factory rider Taddy Blazusiak was placed in the first heat where he had a bad gate pick. He still managed to pull a 2nd place start and finished the race in that spot to qualify to the main event.

When the gate dropped for the main event, Blazusiak had a great jump but went down in the first corner...

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The Doctor Marks 250th Grand Prix in MotoGP with Win

The Doctor Marks 250th Grand Prix in MotoGP with Perfect Phillip Island Performance

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PIPodium

Movistar Yamaha MotoGP’s Valentino Rossi raised the roof in Australia today, delivering a stunning race victory at Phillip Island for the Australian Grand Prix. Teammate Jorge Lorenzo claimed the second step of the rostrum as part of a full Yamaha podium with Bradley Smith in third.

The Doctor made a great start to his 250th Grand Prix race in MotoGP as he jumped two places to sixth on the opening laps. He fought off Dani Pedrosa as he continued to battle his way to the front of the field, passing Bradley Smith and Pol Espargarò for third place.

Starting from third on the grid Lorenzo was not shy in grabbing the hole shot into turn one...

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Front Row Start for Lorenzo at Phillip Island

Front Row Start for Lorenzo at Phillip Island

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Lorenzo

Movistar Yamaha MotoGP’s Jorge Lorenzo qualified third on the grid at an overcast Phillip Island circuit for tomorrow’s Australian Grand Prix, while teammate Valentino Rossi will start the race from eighth position.

Lorenzo started the 15-minute qualifying heat in his normal fashion of making sure being the first rider to leave pit lane. His first flying lap of 1’29.175 saw him very briefly hold provisional pole until other riders completed their first lap, pushing him back to fourth place. Lorenzo’s second attempt saw him post a 1’28.884 lap, moving him up to third position as he headed back to the pit lane for a tyre change with eight minutes of the session remaining.

A little more than two minutes later Lorenzo was back out...

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Jared Mees Wins Second AMA Pro Flat Track Grand National Championship

Jared Mees wins second AMA Pro Flat Track Grand National Championship title after season-long battle with Bryan Smith and Jake Johnson

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JaredMees

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Oct. 16, 2014) – Jared Mees, Bryan Smith and Jake Johnson all joked with one another on the front stretch while shooting a video before Saturday’s Flat Track Finals.

There was a light, jovial atmosphere between the three close friends and closer competitors. That would change just a few hours later, when the leathers and helmets went on and the trio took to the track for the final time in 2014 to decide the AMA Pro Flat Track Grand National Championship Expert title.

In the end, it was Mees putting the finishing touches on a season in which he finished outside the top five just once and walking away from the LA County Fairplex...

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