HRC unveils its USA teams

American Honda presented its teams for the 2020 AMA Supercross and AMA Arenacross seasons of thirteen riders from four different teams at a media event in California. Roczen styling Headlining the group is Team Honda HRC, which will field Ken Roczen and Justin Brayton aboard the factory CRF450R in the 450SX division.

Anstie signs USA Suzuki deal

Max Anstie will race in the USA next year for the H.E.P. Motorsports team on Suzuki, alongside Kyle Cunningham and Adam Enticknap. H.E.P. Motorsports and Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. (SMAI) are proud to announce their continued partnership for the 2020 racing season. Building on continuity and increased support from SMAI,

Dungey’s Honda deal!

Factory Connection Racing announced today that Ryan Dungey has joined the GEICO Honda team as a part owner. The five-time AMA Supercross Champion (four 450, one 250) and four-time AMA Pro Motocross Champion (three 450, one 250) retired from racing after the 2017 season. Now he will directly contribute to the operation

Savatgy talks of new JGR Suzuki deal

Former Kawasaki factory rider Joey Savatgy opens up about his deal with the JGR Suzuki 450 team as he makes his debut for the team in the Paris Supercross. Savatgy joins the team from Kawasaki while Alex Martin remains as the 250 rider. https://youtu.be/Qs9Vb5A9tlo

Zacho extends Husky deal until 2021

Zach Osborne has signed with the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team for an additional year, extending his current contract into the 2021 season. Osborne has enjoyed a hugely successful professional racing career to date, over a wide variety of disciplines and championships. His impressive list of achievements include two consecutive

Anstie eyes USA switch

Max Anstie could return to the USA to contest the AMA Supercross and outdoor Nationals after testing a HEP Suzuki. It's believed he is considering riding a 250F in Supercross and 450 outdoors. It's though Anstie was close to clinching a deal to race in the British championship and MXGPs

Rising star: Levi Kitchen

Levi Kitchen was born and raised in Washougal, Washington. Those who follow motocross know that the small town of Washougal hosts one of the best Pro Motocross Nationals on the circuit each year at Washougal MX. A trail from his house to the track inspired the inevitable love that Kitchen

Smith joins Pro Circuit Kawasaki

Jordon Smith has joined the Pro Circuit Kawasaki team for the 2020 250 AMA Supercross and motocross championships, leaving the Troy Lee KTM team. He joins 2019 riders Austin Forkner and Garrett Marchbanks, and Cameron McAdoo. Smith said: "I would like to take this opportunity to thank Troy, Tyler and everyone else