The GOAT stays Suzuki

Suzuki may have axed its factory teams in the world, US and Japanese championship but has retained Ricky Carmichael as brand ambassador and he'll assist the JGR team in developing next-generation bikes. He will continue to be part of Suzuki’s efforts including the RM Army initiative – the umbrella under which Suzuki

Wheeler takes world title!

Former GP ace Brian Wheeler clinched the over-45 world championship with double moto wins in the World Vet championship at Glen Helen in California on Sunday. But it wasn't such a successful day for former British champ Kurt Nicoll, who took runner-up place behind Doug Dubach in the over-50 class. Yamaha man

Nicoll and Wheeler top 10 in World Vets

Dormer GP stars Kurt Nicoll and Brian Wheeler took top ten finishes in both motos in the Over-40 pro class at the World Vet championship at Glen Helen in California on Saturday. Nicoll took fourth overall with third and fourth place rides, and Wheeler seventh with eighth and seventh place rides. Former

White Brothers Tom loses battle with cancer

Tom White, one half of the legendary White Brothers accessory firm, has lost his battle against cancer age 68. The Californian, who set up business with his brother Dan in 1976, was a former dirt track pro who turned to motocross where he raced almost every weekend for the rest

US Nationals 2018 calendar revealed

MX Sports and NBC Sports announce the schedule for the 2018 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing. The summer-long battle for the world’s most prestigious title in off-road motorcycle racing will once again consist of 12 rounds, beginning with the Hangtown Motocross Classic, the oldest race

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