HRC man Seely quits racing

Team Honda HRC rider Cole Seely announced today his retirement from professional racing after over a decade competing at the highest level in both the AMA Supercross and Pro Motocross series. Seely has dedicated nearly his entire professional career to the Honda brand, riding for a Honda satellite team throughout

Seely out for the season

Honda HRC’s Cole Seely will miss the rest of the 2019 US Nationals after badly injuring his shoulder while testing in Florida. He flew home to California on Wednesday and is scheduled for an operation on Tuesday. His team say he'll be out for three months. “I’m extremely sad to

Cole Seely: ITS SO CLOSE!! + I messed up…

Catching up with Cole Seely and his bike build and his life in general. Great to see a rider making a positive step on social media. View this post on Instagram Berminator!

Troy Lee reveals 2019 Spring kit!

Looking so cool with his 1983 Honda CR480, factory Honda rider Cole Seely sports the new retro style Troy Lee Designs Spring 19 kit, part of an all-new range. Designed with comfort and minimal weight in mind, the GP and GP Air gear also offers the durability that TLD is known

HRC Honda release 2019 Supercross team video

Armed with the CRF450R, Ken Roczen and Cole Seely represent Team Honda HRC for the 2019 season. Check out the official team video, starring both riders and team manager Erik Kehoe, and get fired up for AMA Supercross and Motocross. https://youtu.be/_SvtW361SzQ