Kawasaki fall out over Donald Trump!

Kawasaki has become the centre of a media storm around Donald Trump, who gets sworn in as US president today. Two days ago a Kawasaki USA employee said the firm was dropping its advertising support of Donald Trump’s new reality show, The New Celebrity Apprentice. In an episode of the show, contestants

Malcolm Stewart to race Anaheim 2

Reigning US East Coast 250 champ Malcolm Stewart will race this weekend's Anaheim 2 Supercross on a Suzuki RMZ450 backed by Ride365. His name is on the official entry list and he's uploaded this photo on Instagram saying: "Here we go." Malcolm Stewart was unable to secure a team ride over the

Villopoto resigns for Kawasaki!

He may be officially retired but Kawasaki U.S.A. has announced it is to re-sign Ryan Villopoto. Villopoto joined the Kawasaki family at the age of 14 as a member of Monster Energy® Kawasaki Team Green. He spent his entire professional career, highlighted by 10 AMA Supercross and Motocross Championships, competing

Nicoll takes world title!

Briton Kurt Nicoll claimed the Over-50 world vets title in Glen Helen at the weekend with two dominant race wins. It made up for the disappointment of finishing second in the over-40 class with a pair of runner-up place finishes to Kiwi Daryl Hurley. Eight-times British champ Nicoll, 52, made mincemeat

Nicoll the bridesmaid again!

The man who finished runner-up in the world 500 championship four times has finished runner-up again, this time in the world over-40 championship at Glen Helen in California! Briton Kurt Nicoll, who now lives in SoCal, took two second places in the races, behind double racer winner, Kiwi Daryl Hurley.

US Nationals calendar announced

The American National Motocross Championship will once again consist of 12 rounds in 2017, with each venue returning. The season will commence on Saturday May 20, with the Hangtown Motocross Classic in Rancho Cordova, California. “The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship is the root of American motocross and its legacy

Two Americans join BUD Kawasaki

The French BUD Kawasaki team have signed up five riders for 2017 including Americans Ryan Surratt and Tristan Charboneau. The Team will focus on young talent and will help them to achieve their goals and to become the next future stars. The team will race the AMA SX 250 west championship,

Barcia and JGR switch to Suzuki

Justin Barcia and Weston Peick will ride for the JGR team next season which is switching from Yamaha to Suzuki. The JGRMX Suzuki team, led by team owner Coy Gibbs, will feature Barcia and Peick in the 450 class aboard Suzuki RMZ450s and two riders in the 250 class aboard Suzuki RM-Z250s,