Pikes Peak Excludes Motorcycles for 2020

Pikes Peak to exclude motorcycle for 2020

The worst kind of heartbreak paid a visit to the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb this year, when motorcycle rider Carlin Dunne died during his run up the mountain. The Ducati North America rider was less than 20 yards from the finish when it’s thought he high-sided, then flew over the edge of the mountain followed by his Ducati Streetfighter V4 Prototype. Dunne was not only much loved in the motorcycle world, he had won on a bike…

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Electric Bike Race at Pike’s Peak June 26

Pikes Peak

Pikes Peak is the highest summit of the southern front range of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. The peak is 14,115 feet (4,300 meters) high, and the road to the top is 12.42 miles of pavement, with no fewer than 156 turns. This year, the mountain will be the setting for the 100th anniversary of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb car and motorcycle race. Electric motorcycles have had some exemplary performances at…

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Ducati Releases Pikes Peak Replica Kit

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Whether a fan of motorcycle racing or the Ducati brand, riders can enjoy their own ‘race to the clouds’ with a limited edition Pikes Peak 100th Anniversary Replica Kit. The official motorcycle partner of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC), Ducati is honoring the centennial of this historic race as well as commemorating its six PPIHC victories and current course record by releasing a limited edition Pikes Peak 100th…

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Victory Doubles Down on Gas & Electric

Project 156

Victory Motorcycles, a brand that delivers Modern American Muscle by producing motorcycles with head-snapping acceleration, power and handling, will be racing up the mountain with two very different motorcycles in this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC), an event that marks its 100th anniversary in 2016. In an epic gas vs. electric battle in the experimental class, Victory Racing’s Project 156 will be piloted by former Pikes Peak Champion…

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