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ON THE WEB

RIDING

BUSABEATS.COM

converge every year to set new records for speed, you need to see it. It’s one of the few places on earth that earns the out-ofthis-world hyperbole. Can’t get there? With hundreds of images on tap, this website is the next best thing.

BONNEVILLESTORIES.COM

GALLERY.AMERICANMOTORCYCLIST. COM

Busabeats qualifies as a classic when it comes to websites. This favorite of karaoke addicts everywhere has been letting fans lay their own sweet rhymes over some heavy beats for a couple years now. New contests, always with a Suzuki Hayabusa theme, come and go and keep it fresh. To truly experience the Bonneville Salt Flats, where the world’s speed freaks

&

UPS

DOWNS

There’s nothing like getting out and

riding, but for those times when you’re stuck behind a computer and you need a little vicarious travel, check out the ever-growing gallery of AMA-member-submitted pictures at Gallery.AmericanMotorcyclist.com. Better yet, submit your own and show the world your trips.

NINA’s AN orIgINAl.

Harrison, Ohio. The elected officials of this small town just outside of Cincinnati worked with local businesses to build the Doug Dunaway Memorial Motocross Park, which spans more than eight square miles and features a 1.2-mile track. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, for calling for an ABS mandate for motorcycles. ABS can actually be a hazard in certain riding conditions. Rockstar Makita Suzuki’s Ryan Dungey for bringing home one of the most coveted trophies in motorsports: the AMA Supercross No. 1 plate. The Summit County Off-Road Riders in Summit County, Colo., for working with a local homeowners association to retain access to a riding area. The Corning, N.Y., Police Department, for a systematic crackdown on traffic laws, including sound, aimed only at motorcycles. We don’t like excessive sound, either, but plenty of cars sport loud exhausts or loud stereos, too. Why focus just on bikes? Lucas Oil/RoadRacingWorld. com/RMR Suzuki’s 16-yearold Elena Myers for becoming the first woman to win a major AMA Pro Roadracing event in the SuperSport class at the Infineon round.

And so is her Yuasa battery – the original equipment battery on more motorcycles, snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles and personal watercraft than all other brands combined. To locate your nearest Yuasa dealer, visit www.yuasabatteries.com.

THE ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT BATTERY

Buy Yuasa Batteries online! Now you have the power to purchase our most popular Yuasa batteries at www.yuasabatteries.com. Our dealers will ship them directly to you, or arrange for in-store pickup.

American Motorcyclist 07 2010 Preview Version  

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