Top 10 Racing Websites
Top 10 Racing Websites
As fans of Pit Pass Moto, we know you love racing. But we also know racing doesn't always get the same mainstream coverage as other sports. That's why we compiled this list with the best sources for industry news, product reviews, race results, and so much more! In no particular order...
In 1998, Racer X grew from an underground newspaper into a full-color magazine. They offer readers news, race results, and event coverage. We consider them one of the go-to sites for riders and fans alike!
Follow Racer X: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
For the latest and up to date information on the Lucas Pro Motocross Championships, visit their website (linked above). From schedules, locations, race results, rules, and ticket information, this website is ground zero for all of your outdoor motocross needs!
Follow MX Sports Pro Racing: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National MX Championships
Get all the info you need for the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National MX Championships presented by Lucas Oil at the historic Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. Racers compete February thru June. It began in 1982 from founders Dave Coombs Sr. and Paul Shlegal.
Follow MX Championships: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
The official site for the AMSOIL Grand National Cross-Country Series offers all the info riders need- from registration to results! They also offer a comprehensive guide for fans attending. Admission, camping information, merchandise and more!
Follow GNCC Racing: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
Website providing information for motorcyclists in the U.S. This non-profit 501C6 supports cyclists by representing manufacturers, distributors, dealers and retailers of motorcycles, etc. They offer programs such as Women in Powersports and Gear Up Every Ride.
Follow Motorcycle Industry Council: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
Since 1973 they have offered news, bike-product tests and reviews, and videos from press conferences and practice sessions. They produce one of the most in-depth bike and product reviews around.
Follow Motocross Action Magazine: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
Get all the latest news and gossip you can handle about your favorite racers on one of the most interesting forums for moto on the web. One of the best features of this website is that it lets you get in the action with their “Onboard” video series. GoPro cameras on riders let you ride along during the race!
Follow Vital MX: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
American Motorcyclist Association
Since 1924 the AMA has advocated for motorcyclists’ interests to local, state and federal government. On their site they have the AMA Hall of Fame. They collect, record, preserve and honor the people and events that compose the history of motorcycling in America. The AMA hosts a fun variety of contests throughout the year. They even raffle off one or more historically significant motorcycles to raise money for their organization.
Follow American Motorcyclist Association: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
Founded in 1965 and run as a printed, weekly, motorcycle newspaper for over 40 years, they switched to an all digital platform in 2011. The site still offers industry news, bike reviews, and television listings of upcoming races.
Follow Cycle News: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
The guardian of the Grand National Championship Series was formally established in 1954, but its roots extend as far back as the early 1900s. The website offers videos and pictures from the events, race streaming through NBC Sports, and merchandise for fans.
Follow American Flat Track: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
Find the MotoAmerica full schedule, results, live-streaming of races during weekend events. Riders can find their competitor info, including: schedules, rules and regulations, licensing, technical and competitor bulletins, sanctions, credentials, and more!