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Colin Edwards Articles
Colin Edwards IndyGP Retirement Party
The world famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway was host to world famous and candid rider, Colin Edwards last US soil MotoGP race as he finishes his retirement season.
11 August 2014
Colin Edwards MotoGP Gear Up For Auction
Colin Edwards says farewell to American fans at the USGP. A lucky bidder has the opportunity to win his gear and enjoy his final goodbye on stage at Indy.
29 July 2014
A Farewell To Colin Edwards
Colin Edwards is set to retire and we remember him for talent, charm and ultimately his infectious personality.
16 April 2014
Finally, an Edwards Patriot replica Arai
One of the more distinct schemes we've seen on a racetrack, Colin Edwards debuted this "Patriot" Arai at the Indianapolis GP last year. Nearly a year later, an Arai Corsair V replica version is on sale. Featuring the Special Warfare insignia of the US Navy SEALs and the stars and stripes, the design pays tribute to the 22 special forces soldiers who were killed on August 6 last year when their hel...
21 June 2012
Colin Edwards honors fallen SEALs with Indy helmet
This is the first picture of Colin Edwards’ helmet design for the 2011 Indianapolis Grand Prix. Featuring the Special Warfare insignia of the US Navy SEALs and the stars and stripes, it pays tribute to the 22 special forces soldiers who were killed on August 6 when their helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan. Most of those soldiers were members of the elite SEAL Team 6, which was responsible f...
25 August 2011
The rootinist, tootinist motorcycle boot camp in Texas
Colin Edwards is nearing completion on his new Texas Tornado Boot Camp rider training facility. Equipped with a roofed 1/4-mile oval, mini MX track, mini TT track, shooting range and paintball course, the boot camp promises to take advanced training out of the classroom and actually make it fun. Fellow Team Texas member Ben Spies will also be instructing. The Boot Camp is divided into two and ...
01 December 2010
Who earns what in MotoGP
It's no surprise that Valentino Rossi earns a ridiculous amount of money -- with sponsorships and endorsements, Sports Illustrated says it's $35 million annually -- but it is surprising just how little some of the backmarkers earn. Colin Edwards on $325,000?! How does he afford to give away so many t-shirts? These estimates come from GPOne and are salary only, they do not included endorsement...
27 July 2010
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