It has been a long time since motorcycle racing was really on my radar. I remember watching MotoGP at my grandmother’s house near the end of Valentino Rossi’s early 2000s dominance. I have grown up my entire life around motorcycles, mostly Harleys, yet I had never come to appreciate just how magnificent they are in a racing environment until I arrived at Shannonville on Saturday for the Super Series season finale.
GReddy is one of the OGs in the JDM tuning scene. It is a subsidiary of Trust, a company founded in 1977. It has become one of the most recognized names on the market through its performance parts and motorsport achievements.
I came across the GReddy Type A Shift Knob while looking for ways to improve the shift feel of my 1991 Toyota MR2. Upon seeing the US$92 price tag, I wondered if there is something special about this shift knob or is it just a generic product with a cool logo.
For the sake of journalism and consumer advice, I decided to order one and find out.Continue reading “GReddy Shift Knob Type A Review – Worth $100?”
The aftermarket industry was already hard at work before the first customer even took delivery of their 2020 Toyota Supra . Much like its predecessor, the revival of Toyota’s legendary sportscar was destined to dominate SEMA.Continue reading “Year of the Toyota Supra – SEMA 2019”
Attention Canadian grassroots racers: Maxxis Canada and Corner2 Inc. are teaming up to launch the Maxxis Enduro, a new endurance road racing series for 2019!
The new series was announced at the 2019 Motorama Custom Cars and Motorsport Expo. Maxxis Enduro is committed to provide an affordable, unique and out of the box endurance racing experience to amateur racers.Continue reading “Maxxis Enduro – A New Canadian Grassroots Endurance Road Racing Series Launched at Motorama”