RiderzLaw Racing took the top two spots in the MotoAmerica Superstock 600 National Championship, following a double-victory weekend for champion Jason Aguilar and a heart-braking Sunday for second-place Michael Gilbert at Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama Coming into the weekend, Aguilar (RiderzLaw/Aguilar Racing) led his RiderzLaw teammate Michael Gilbert (MG55) by a mere three points.
Aguilar Racing is excited to announce the addition of RiderzLaw as title sponsor for the remainder of the 2017 MotoAmerica season. The new alliance will be RiderzLaw/Aguilar Racing. Following a double win at Utah Motorsports Campus last weekend, team owner/rider Jason Aguilar currently leads the MotoAmerica Superstock 600 Championship, heading into the two California rounds.
Meen Motorsports has announced its partnership with RiderzLaw, the top-rated motorcycle accident law firm in California, for the 2017 MotoAmerica season, according to a release issued by the team. RiderzLaw has a dedicated team of lawyers who are experts in helping victims of serious motorcycle accidents. The RiderzLaw attorneys have won numerous, multi-million dollar verdicts
As my riding has continued to improve, I’m finally getting to a point where my current bike is beginning to hold me back. When I’m on point, there’s not much more I could squeeze out of it. Part of me is a bit surprised by the progress, part of me knows it still needs some
From the “gentlemen” at BrotoGP: BrotoGP Episode 34, presented by @riderzlaw Is LIVE! On iTunes, and brotogp.com, check it! “BrotoGP got the hook-up from Karel Abraham and actually went to a WorldSBK race. MotoAmerica was there too, but Rob unfortunately joined the broken-clavicle moto club. So #robbashingtime is now a thing. But hey, there were
From RiderzLaw Racer/Blogger AJ: Hi! Another exciting weekend in the books from the AFM – this past round saw some more improvements, and finally breaking into the sub-2 laptimes (barely, but we did it). I can’t thank you enough for the support this season, I’ve moved firmly into the front groups, top 10’s in all
The summer is finally here and that means one thing for me, the biggest challenge of my racing this year – gridding up with the pros. Well, at least trying to make it onto the grid. The rules have changed and the competition is tougher, so it was time to go faster. I needed to
RiderzLaw is proud to announce its sponsorship of Roi Holster of Napa Valley Racing for the remainder of the 2016 MotoAmerica season. Roi will be joining RiderzLaw’s other MotoAmerica racers, including John Knowles (KTM RC Cup) and Robert Pierce (Supersport / Superstock 600). Roi began racing motorcycles at the age of nine, beginning with motocross
Race 2 was the highlight of the weekend at New Jersey. I’ll get to that but first things first: In qualifying 1 I had a mechanical at the end of the session. It was another head gasket. Luckily it came at the end of the session so it didn’t really interfere with my qualifying pace.
From Team RiderzLaw’s John Knowles No. 520, MotoAmerica KTM RC Cup: I had never been to Road Atlanta before so I spent hours studying the track. Watching videos. Reading about the Track. Talking to other Riders. And in the first practice session it all paid off. I’ve never had results like this before. I
From Robert Pierce of Team RiderzLaw: I feel like a new racer again. It’s only May, not even halfway through the racing season, and nothing about racing seems familiar. This new bike is something else. Experience has helped me learn quickly, but it’s still new. The group I normally race against seems to have moved on.
From AJ of Team RiderzLaw: Ever since the completion of Round 2 I was looking forward to getting back out to the track. With only one possible track weekend in between, which I wasn’t able to make for a few reasons, it was feeling like a rather long dry spell even though it was only
Editor’s Note: We are almost caught up, but here is the race report from Team RidezLaw’s own Robert Pierce, from Buttonwillow in March. Sometimes you come across a weekend that’ll make or break your entire year. Sometimes all your hopes and dreams are wrapped up into a very expensive package that resembles a motorcycle on
John Knowles: I decided on short notice that I would race the 390 at the last round of the AFM season at Buttonwillow Raceway. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to be that guy to race the last round and mess up the points for everyone trying to secure their championships but I knew ahead