Inside the Fast-Paced World of American Flat Track Racing

The racing world's lesser-known discipline proves as exhilarating as its counterparts

Formed in 1932 by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), Class A Pro Flat Track Racing was the USA’s original extreme sport. Like the early days of the Grand Prix, where carmakers put new technologies to the test, American Flat Track (AFT) was a stage for motorcycle companies to try out innovations that would later be applied to street bikes. Competition in any field yields fertile …

NASCAR Replaces Canceled Races With Esports Invitational

After canceling the NASCAR circuit’s next three races, the organization quickly opted for an innovative alternative. By expanding upon an 11-year-old simulated racing league NASCAR already operates (exclusively for SIM racers and not real-life drivers), the next three races will commence virtually on a video game version of the Homestead-Miami Speedway. All of the sports most popular drivers will control cars from simulator stations—like the …

V10 Racing Bike

A serious racing bike, the Santa Cruz V10 (available in 27.5-inch and 29-inch frame sizes) is perhaps the most celebrated downhill bicycle in the sport’s history. The lightweight frame’s lower leverage accommodates and absorbs more shock, while redesigned derailleur cable routing protects the housing from chain damage. With its win history and menacing design, the V10 offers a compelling level of confidence for riders.