The 2018 Dakar was full of big wins and huge meltdowns, and finally, the rally seems headed back to its roots as a navigation event.
Kevin Benavides put up a good fight on the last stage, but it wasn’t enough to take the overall win away from KTM.
Another factory rider is out of the top 10 thanks to a mechanical, and with one stage left, Toby Price proves he’s still a monster, but fails to close the gap to first.
The full-sized touring market has three new mega-motorcycles introduced for this riding season. Here’s how they stack up against each other on the spec sheets.
Zac continues his quest to find the perfect motorcycle backpack, and is very happy with this offering from Alpinestars.
A couple more Top 10 riders dropped out today, but Walkner is still the man in control of this race as it heads to the final stretch.
Today’s excitement included a tough performance by Joan Barreda, a painful exit by Xavier de Soultrait, and a collision between Laia Sanz and a llama.
Is it time for a riding vacation yet? Should you rent? Take a hired tour? Which continent do you want to visit?
It was the best of days for Honda, and the worst of days. Scratch that–despite the stage win, it was a pretty bad day overall.
The Dakar rally has left the sand dunes of Peru for mountains of Bolivia. A change in terrain meant a change in the names on the day’s leaderboard.