Check out these two video tributes to Chad Reed, who officially retired from supercross at the Salt Lake City finale last month.
Chad Reed has given a big hint he may not hang up his boots following Sunday's Supercross finale despite announcing 2020 would be his last year. The 38-year-old, who qualified for his 265th main event last night in Salt Lake, saw 2020 as his retirement season and a way to
Check out the raw action and press conferences from the Anaheim press day, thanks to our friends at Motocross Action. And Chad Reed officially announcing his retirement as he fights back the tears.
Really interesting press conference from the guys in Detroit, Chad Reed really pleased with his result and seemed a little emotional when he mentioned it could be his final year.
It seems like every other rider now has a sponsorship by a CBD product company. Unfortunately, the AMA has decided to ban all forms of advertising from their events. The CBD police will be out in force this weekend in Dallas.
Will we see this in FIM events in Europe or
Taken from the full Gypsy Tales episode, Chad Reed talks about where the famous rivalry with James Stewart came from and if there is any hope of the two becoming friends in the future.
Listen in to the full episode HERE
Chad Reed is one of the most influential and iconic motorsports athletes to every come out of Australia. His accomplishments are known to even the most casual Australian sports fan and are the stuff of legend to die hard fans. Today Chad announced a 1 year deal with the JGR
Veteran Chad Reed will have another crack at winning the AMA 450 Supercross championship again in 2019 as he has signed for the JGR Suzuki team.
The organisers of the championship revealed the news on Monday evening following his official entry into the series.
Aussie Reed has had some races on the
Chad Reed will race a JGR Suzuki at the Monster Energy Cup in Las Vegas on October 13 after several tests on the bike.
After the final Ironman US National, the Aussie spent weeks testing the bike at the team's base so has signed up to race the Monster Cup supercross.
Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, hosted Round 13 in front of 55,407 fans inside CenturyLink Field in Seattle for one of the slimiest, slickest races in history. The Monster Energy Kawasaki of Eli Tomac found itsway to a third-place start, battling back and forth with Team Red Bull KTM