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Borich Takes First at Maxxis General GNCC Again

Chris Borich has out-ridden his competitors once again to win the second round at The Maxxis General GNCC in Washington, Georgia. The head of the pack of ATV racers fought a hard-scrabble battle for position on the muddy track as they were stuck head-to-tail for close to the entirety of the two-hour race.

Throughout most of the six laps at Aonia Pass MX Park, Borich was not able to take the lead for good until a mechanical issue forced Walter Flower, an XC1 rookie, to the side of the track. Talking about the race, Borich said, “At the beginning of the race we were just having fun, I mean Wolf lead there for a little bit. I passed him and he would pass me back and we joked around quite a bit. It was a fun time out there, I got to ride with pretty much all the top guys and it was just a fun time.”

Tragedy Cancels Superpole at Phillip Island

The World Superbike Superpole qualifying event at Phillip Island has been cancelled following the death of rider Oscar McIntyre after he, Michael Lockhart and Luke Burgess collided on the second lap of a support race. Observers of the crash that killed the 17 year old said it was reminiscent of the crash that took Marco…Continue Reading

Atlanta’s WOW Motorcycles: 1st GA Dealer to Carry Zero Motorcycles!

WOW Motorcycles is the first dealership in Georgia to carry Zero Motorcycles. It will host an open house on Saturday in Atlanta to exhibit Zero Motorcycles’ line of all-electric bikes. It will entertain the visitors with a show by Anger Management, live music, free food, prizes and giveaways. There are a lot of exciting activities…Continue Reading

Motorcycle Helmet Laws: Georgia (GA)

In the State of Georgia Motorcycle Helmet Laws require that anyone riding a motorcycle wear a helmet.  This law was opposed by many bikers, as neighboring states such as SC and FL don’t share this law.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration the use of helmets decrease biker risk, plain and simple. The…Continue Reading