Watch how Herlings spanks the Yanks!

Jeffrey Herlings took a stunning double win in his first ever AMA National at Ironman, while Eli Tomac did what he had to do to take the US championship with a pair of top ten finishes. Herlings came out strong to take a commanding win in Moto 1. Tomac, needed to get

Roczen talks about his comeback

American champ Ken Roczen talks about his comeback from his horrific arm injury he picked up at Anaheim in January now he's started to ride again. It’s been a long time since your fans got to see you race. How are things going?  Overall things are going very well. My healing process

Davalos out of Ironman AMA finale

Martin Davalos will be withdrawing from his AMA Pro Motocross fight with just the final round remaining. Due to a crash in Moto 2 of the Budds Creek National, Davalos has been evaluated by doctors, who recommend that he not put weight on his knee as a preventative measure. The final

Headbanger Barcia bounces back!

Justin Barcia has been given the thumbs-up from doctors to race the AMA season finale this weekend at Ironman Raceway, and the USGP in Florida a week later The JGR Suzuki man has missed the last three AMA rounds after a concussion at the Washougal event last month.   Barcia has spent a lot of the 2017

The Herlings USA saga continues!

Will Jeffrey Herlings race in the US National at Ironman this weekend? Nobody yet knows, but the word is he is testing an AMA-legal bike and has been issued with a race number, 784. Herlings can't ride his GP bike in the event as strict AMA rules restrict use of

Herlings lines up AMA debut

Triple world MX2 champ Jeffrey Herlings is lining up his first ever US National as he's set to race in Saturday's AMA National at the Ironman track in Indiana. Although there has been no official announcement yet, organisers have issues him a race number and he's already in the USA