With only two more rounds to go in the 2019 Supercross season, the series takes its usual hiatus for the easter weekend.
Straight after the break, the teams and riders head to New York and then on to Las Vegas for the season finale.
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Check out the main events form the Denver Supercross, where the 450s and 250s continue their battle for the Monster Energy crown.
Not good news for the Yamaha rider, Justin Barcia will miss the final three races of the 2019 Supercross season. His season took off with a great win at A1 but from there, his season took a nose dive.
Hopefully, we will see him back for the outdoors which starts
With five overall moto victories in 2019, Austin Forkner season was set to end in Supercross silverware. Unfortunately on Saturday night in Nashville the Kawasaki rider hurt his knee in a nasty crash early on in the evening. He posted that he needs to check it out with the specialists
Check out the main events form the Nashville Supercross, where the 450s and 250s continue their battle for the Monster Energy crown.
This weekend in Houston, Ken Roczen finally took that first elusive win but unfortunately his race one success didn't follow in moto two. We'll let Kenny explain:
"Bummer about yesterday. We had a good day all day. Started the day off by getting the pole position. I got the holeshot in
Check out the main events form the Hoston Supercross, where the 450s and 250s continue their battle for the Monster Energy crown.
Team Green Kawasaki’s new-signing Greg Aranda proved to be something of a cool customer as he set about blitzing the Pro 450 class, winning both class Main Events and the inaugural Arenacross Super Final, where 450s met 250s head in the first round of the 2019 Arenacross Tour at The
As we move closer to the 2019 Supercross season, kicking off on January 5th at its usual opening venue, Anaheim Stadium.
California based British star Dean Wilson has announced on his Instagram account that is leaving social media - don't worry it's not for good, fingers crossed he should be back
Twelve lucky 11-to-14-year-old have been selected to contest the first single-make race series ever to be staged in the history of the Arenacross Tour, the Team Green Supermini Cup.
The chosen riders were revealed on the Arenacross stand at the NEC’s Motorcycle Live last Saturday, where they got to meet the