Dean Wilson off to Australia

The SX OPEN boys weren't Inviting Deano to the SX Open in Melbourne, Australia! But Deano's fans had an up roar and this is how the SX Open Crew responded going as far as making DEANO DUNDEE travel across the world to give him his invite! ENJOY

Matt Moss gets four year ban for drugs

Former pro racer Matt Moss has been banned from racing for four years following a ruling by the Australian anti-doping authority. The ban is backdated to July 15 2016 to account for time served under a provisional suspension. Matt's twin brother and team-mate Jake Moss pleaded guilty to using performance-enhancing drugs following

Ronnie Mac attacks RC, two-strokes, whips and more!

The Aus-X supercross wasn't just about the serious 450 racing, but lots more. Check out the two-stroke head to head between Ronnie Mac and Ricky Carmichael, the best whip content and vest FMX trick too! https://youtu.be/6OYuGnRYKb0

So close for Wilson at Aussie SX

Briton Dean Wilson took a win and a second in the two nights of the Australian Aus-X Supercross in Sydney, but was robbed of the overall win by fellow factory Husky rider Jason Anderson. Anserson was second to Wilson on the opening night after the American fell early on. But

Metcalfe replaces Tonkov Down Under on Kawasaki

Former AMA pro Brett Metcalfe will race the last five rounds of the Australian Nationals on a Monster Energy Kawasaki after replacing Russian ex-GP star Aleksandr Tonkov who has left the team. Metcalfe, who had been on a privateer KTM, said: “I haven’t ridden the current KX450F model so I’m excited to learn

Reed does the Aussie SX double

Yamaha's Chad Reed took the win again in the second night of the Australian Supercross Aus-X  in Sydney. Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto, out of retirement for the one-off event, showed his old speed and held off all the challengers for three glorious laps but his lack of fitness took its toll

Villopoto gets ready to race again

Former Supercross champ Ryan Villopoto is back on a bike and testing hard as he prepares to make his comeback next month in the Sydney Arena Supercross in Australia. Villopoto, who hung up his boots after getting hurt in the 2015 MXGP season, will face Chad Reed in the event. Check

Brayton takes Oz Supercross

American Justin Brayton took overall victory in the Australian Supercross championship at Toowoomba. He won the main event from fellow countryman Wil Hahn, from Aussie Dean Ferris and another American  Kyle Peters fourth. Results: 1. Justin Brayton 2. WIl Hahn 3. Dean Ferris 4. Kyle Peters 5. Jay Marmont 6. Kade Mosig 7. Adam Enticknap 8. Jay Wilson 9. Luke Wilson 10.