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Motorcycle Racing

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  • N.Y. Fashion Week: Brian Lichtenberg goes motocross grunge

    N.Y. Fashion Week: Brian Lichtenberg goes motocross grunge
    NEW YORK - L.A.-based designer Brian Lichtenberg presented his fall and winter 2014 men's and women's collection in the sub-basement of the Hudson Hotel here Sunday night.
  • Bubba Stewart gets first AMA Supercross win of season in San Diego

    Bubba Stewart gets first AMA Supercross win of season in San Diego
    SAN DIEGO -- James Stewart raced to his first AMA Supercross victory of the season Saturday night, holding off three-time defending series champion Ryan Villopoto at Qualcomm Stadium. Stewart, the Yoshimura Suzuki rider from Haines City, Fla., has 46...

    Supercross series set for final season stop at Angel Stadium

    Supercross series set for final season stop at Angel Stadium
    The supercross series is set to make its third and final season stop at Angel Stadium on Saturday night with reigning champion Ryan Villopoto again atop the point standings. Rookie Ken Roczen of Murrieta won the season opener at Angel Stadium in early...

    Chad Reed earns second supercross win of season at Angel Stadium

    Chad Reed earns second supercross win of season at Angel Stadium
    Two-time champion Chad Reed held off rookie Ken Roczen of Murrieta to win his second supercross race of the season Saturday night at Angel Stadium. This was the third and final season stop in Anaheim for the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series, and...

    Scream of engines in a Mojave Desert ghost town

     Scream of engines in a Mojave Desert ghost town
    RANDSBURG, Calif. — In 1899, this gold-rich Mojave Desert town had a population of 3,500 and boasted churches, bordellos, saloons, hotels, a thousand-seat opera house and a skating rink. But when the mines played out, the miners moved on —...