Desalle goes Yamaha!

Former Suzuki, Honda and Kawasaki factory rider Clement Desalle will now be on Yamaha! Belgian Desalle quit the MXGP series at the end of 2020 and will now ride Yamahas for the Belgian Yamaha importer where he will be an ambassador. It's not clear whether he'll race or what level he'll

Racing greats pay tribute to Desalle

Clement Desalle has been a benchmark for others to measure themselves by in MXGP for the last fifteen years, but the GP of Garda-Trentino this weekend will mark the end of the outstanding career of the Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team rider.  With twenty-three GP wins, thirty-five moto wins and eighty-two

Desalle and Covington call it a day

Two MXGP riders have both announced they are to leave the sport and retire from professional racing. Factory Kawasaki rider Clement Desalle will continue to the end of the season while Yamaha's Thomas Covington will quit immediately. Belgian Desalle announced his decision by saying: "After 15 seasons of GPs, 11 as

Monster Kawasaki MXGP go Alpinestars

Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing MXGP Team of Clement Desalle and Romain Febvre are to wear Alpinestars MX gear head to toe - helmets, gear, and boots - for the 2020 season and beyond. French rider Romain Febvre has already been riding in the Alpinestars helmet, and Belgian rider Clément

Desalle signs to stay Kawasaki in 2020

Clément Desalle will enter his fifth consecutive season with the factory Monster Energy Kawasaki team in the 2020 FIM MXGP Motocross World Championship.The Belgian GP is one of the ‘home GPs’ for the Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team, and last weekend both Clément Desalle and Julien Lieber visited the team

New ride for Tommy Searle

Tommy Searle will race the Kawasaki Racing Team KX450 for the remainder of the MXGP season starting at the Czech Grand Prix. After serious injuries to both Clement Desalle and Julien Lieber, Tommy has been drafted into the factory team. Tommy will continue to race the remainder of the British Championship on

Season in tatters for Clement Desalle after crash in Russia

After his nasty crash at the MXGP of Russia, Clement Desalle could sit out the rest of the season after surgery on his leg earlier this week. After returning to Belgium on Monday, Doctor Claes performed the procedure on Desalle's broken left tibia, fibula, he also suffered a sprained ankle,

Clement Desalle, life, racing and goats

Step into the world of Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Clement Desalle: one of MXGP’s best, fastest and most mysterious racers. Journey into the rarely seen private life of this fantastic Belgian motocross athlete.

Herlings double win in France

Jeffrey Herlings proved he's a total class act by winning both motos in the French MXGP at St Jean d'Angely, extending his series lead to 62 points over world champ Tony Cairoli was was second overall. Herlings picked the far outside gate for the first moto, the opposite end of the

Qualifying highlights from Latvia

Check out the highlights of the MX2 and MXGP qualifying races from Kegums in Latvia. And the EMX action too!