An event just for motorcycles returns to Bandimere Speedway on Sunday, September 16, 2012.
Drag race action takes place all day on the famous “Thunder Mountain” quarter-mile drag strip on the west side of Denver.
Racing is open to any type of motorcycle. The quickest eight street bikes on the property will fight it out for bragging rights, with all other street bikes running in one of two different E.T. categories. Additionally, a Pro Bike class for racing bikes will be held, as well as the Doug’s Balancing Snowmobile series and an ATV class.
The Environmental Protection Agency is going to require all consumers to buy at least four gallons of gasoline from certain gas pumps after the new E15 ethanol-gasoline blend is introduced into the market.
The EPA revealed the new regulation in an August 1, 2012, letter to the American Motorcyclist Association, which previously expressed concern that the vast majority of motorcycles and ATVs in use today aren’t designed to operate on E15 fuel and residual fuel from a pump that serves multiple blends might harm these tanks.
We all need a little help sometimes, and September 9th is your chance to help out.
Harley-Davidson has been a little late getting its 2013 model year motorcycles out this year, which meant Demo Days at Sun Harley-Davidson in Thornton was the place to be August 24 & 25 to get an up-close look at the new offerings from Milwaukee. The dealership is the first in Colorado to host the demo fleet showing of the 2013s, and interest was high.
Once again, when the high country turns yellow and gold, on the last Sunday in September, the hills along US Highway 285 up to Bailey, Colorado, will turn pink, too.
The Seventh Annual Emily’s Parade will rumble out of Columbine High School in Littleton, up a pink ribbon-lined Highway 285 to Platte Canyon High School on Sunday, September 30, 2012.
Rocky Mountain Cycle Plaza in Colorado Springs will host its annual open house event Saturday, September 8, 2012.
The Motorcycle dealership, located at 412 N. Chelton, holds an open house every year to give customers an opportunity to check in on what’s new with a variety of motorcycles and accessories, and just hang out with other motorcyclists in a relaxed setting, according to spokesman Bob Leeke.
By Tim Anderson
There’s a Colorado connection to the new custom motorcycle built during the Buffalo Chip Challenge sponsored by the Buffalo Chip Campground in Sturgis, South Dakota.
Lowe's Building Supply is apparently selling American Flag doormats just in time for the Fourth of July.
As the Independence Day holiday is approaching, many stores are trying to increase profits. Of course, profit motive knows no shame. Needless to say, the selling of American Flag doormats has many Veterans and patriotic citizens upset.
Veterans feel that they fought for the American Flag, many losing their lives, and many others have been permanently injured fighting for all the American Flag represents.
By Sam Coleman
Are you a half full or half empty kind of guy? No matter how you look at it, the local motorcycle roadracing season is about halfway through. After the Motorcycle Roadracing Association held its third round at High Plains Raceway, June 9 & 10, the schedule leaves only four rounds left before the season’s end.
But there’s still plenty of racing to come, and the track action has been pretty hot to his point.
Tiny Redstone, Colorado, in the Crystal River Valley, is gearing up to host the Third Annual Redstone Rally—and turn it into a great little party at the same time. The rally is an all-volunteer affair, with all proceeds going to Project Sanctuary to help the military family charity further its mission of keeping families together during through the stress of the current troop deployment schedule and the effects it causes.