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The Hill Ranch Racers: A Book By Nick Ienatsch

Only one thing matters on the Hill ranch in southeast Colorado: Work. Money’s tight and if a motorcycle is burning gasoline, it better be for good reason. The family’s single foray into racing ended in disaster and proved once and for all that a motorcycle is just another ranch toolRead More

Pikes Peak Hill Climb Explains One-Piece Handlebar Rule

The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb has released this “clarification” on its decision to revert back to only allowing motorcycles with one-piece handlebars to compete. In it, the organizers state: “One key reason the PPIHC Race Committee and Board of Directors are only comfortable allowing motorcycles originally produced by manufacturers withRead More

Pikes Peak Hill Climb Institutes Controversial Rule Change For Motorcycles

For the 100th running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, in 2016, the board of directors has instituted a rule change for the motorcycle division which could leave many potential racers alienated. For the two wheelers, the 2016 rule change reads as such: “Only motorcycles manufactured with one pieceRead More

2015 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Results

The 93rd running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb offered a lot of surprises, including the first electric-powered overall winner, a modified Buell with a girder fork and a snow and hail storm that shortened the race for some competitors. The official times remain to be confirmed because ofRead More