Racers in the Baja 1000 must overcome mountains, deserts, forests, rivers, wild animals, banditos and fierce competition at speeds of 100 mph for 1,000 miles just to finish. To win is an incredible accomplishment and to repeat is superhuman. Johnny Campbell has won the Baja 1,000 11 times.
Australian Mark Monea lands the first ever 360 front flip in Freestyle Moto X history. Look ma, no foam pit!
Of the thousands of jumps that Evel Knievel completed over the course of his life, he is best known for a failed attempt jumping the fountains at Caesar’s Palace on December 31, 1967. The jump put him in the hospital, but made him more famous than ever.
Shinya Kimura builds incredibly beautiful and eccentric custom motorcycles in the “ZERO Style” which he started. This short gives a glimpse of the man and his incredible machines.
Apparently, you can strap a long swingarm on a super bike and start drift racing. Who knew? But now that you’re drift racing, can you beat a car?
You may not be familiar with MV Agusta, but they have been is business since 1945 and have made some of the most beautiful motorcycles ever made. Watch this video that showcases their 70 most important bikes.
The International Motorcycle Show had a range of customs, from classic Indian Larry to souped-up and chromed-out Hayabusas.
The International Motorcycle Show had a wide range of custom bikes, from classic Indian Larry to souped-up and chromed-out Hayabusas. Check out Volume 1 of our Custom Bikes photo gallery.
The 2011 International Motorcycle Show kicked off in New York yesterday and Heavy was there to cover all the action. We put together a photo gallery of classic and awe inspiring paint jobs.
Get an inside look at Carlos Sainz and Marc Coma as they prepare for the annual Dakar Rally that started in Europe with a route through Africa in 1978, but since 2009 has jumped to South America.
If you like motorcycle stunts, you’re already familiar with Chris Pfeiffer. In this video he goes head-to-head against a bobsled on a bobsled run. You read that right.