During the lunch break in the weekend's Japanese championship race in Kyuishu, Honda's prototype electric CR - recently debuted at the Tokyo bike show - did some demo laps on the rain-hit circuit.
It was ridden by former HRC rider Kazumasa Masuda, but didn't look like it was well set up
This weekend in Houston, Ken Roczen finally took that first elusive win but unfortunately his race one success didn't follow in moto two. We'll let Kenny explain:
"Bummer about yesterday. We had a good day all day. Started the day off by getting the pole position. I got the holeshot in
A poor start where he was boxed in by his rivals then a crash while trying to overtake two riders at once on the opening lap hampered Josh Gilbert in the first EMX250 race of the year at the British GP.
Gilbert pushes on
He got back on and put on a
The Honda 114 Motorsports squad made the lengthy trip to the Grand Prix of Patagonia-Argentina, held at the fabulous Neuquen circuit, for the opening round of the 2019 FIM Motocross World Championship. The newest recruits on the team, Mitchell Evans and Zachary Pichon, were fighting fit and raring to go,
Good to see Ken Roczen back riding again before this weekends East Coast opener in Minneapolis.
After last weeks painful race in San Diego where Kenny suffered with super sore nipples apparently due to the amount of lime they added to the track to dry it out a little, it
Team HRC will once again feature three riders as they begin their assault on reclaiming the 2019 MXGP and MX2 motocross world championship titles. Tim Gajser (MXGP), Brian Bogers (MXGP) and Calvin Vlaanderen (MX2) have another year under their belts with the factory Honda team and will head to the
After suffering a horrendous back injury at the Tennessee national back in 2018, Jeremy Martin released an update video from his hospital bed explaining his recent surgery on his back.
Jeremy has ruled himself out racing in 2019, hopefully sometime in the future we will see him back on the race
Malcolm Stewart faces surgery today to repair a broken femur after crashing out hard in Saturday night's Glendale Supercross.
It's a tough blow for the rider who was starting his first full season with a full-time 450 ride and who challenged for the win at last week's Anaheim opener.
He lost control
Red is definitely the colour especially if you're a Ken Roczen and Honda fan who is producing spectacular social media content as we head to the Supercross season opener at A1 on January 5th.
The Honda rider missed most of last seasons Supercross due to injury, Kenny is now back fighting
Ken Roczen's factory 450 HRC Honda has been revealed and it clearly shows he's made the switch back to Showa suspension from the KYB he ran in the outdoors last year. The official data says they are Showa spring forks. In the past, Roczen has had technical issues with air