What lies ahead for Cole Seely as he explains what the future holds.
Remember the year 2019, a year that promised so much at the start and then cruelly and gradually destroyed due to injuries to the worlds fastest riders. One rider who has kept his nose clean and consistently stayed out front is Tim Gajser, unless a disaster happens, the Honda rider
Check out what Cole Seely gets up to when not racing pro motocross, just your average weekend then.
We all take a sharp breath when we see new bike price tags but the offer lots of smiles for your cash.
YOLO. If you can afford the hot new bike, go for it
Every year when the manufacturers wheel out their new bikes, one important spec is often missing - and
After his impressive 1-1 in Trentino at the previous round of MXGP, Honda's Tim Gajser is looking to repeat again in Mantova this weekend. Lisa Leyland catches up with Tim for a pit catch up.
Just wow! Loving Kenny's new ride for the outdoor season, he says he's going to trick it out a little but to be honest it looks amazing.
Runtimes ahead for Kenny and his crew 👍🏻
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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.
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Indoor specialist Adam Chatfield will fill in for the injured Dan Thornhill on the Cab Screens Deos Group Racing Honda team at Sunday’s third round of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean at Canada Heights.
“On Monday morning we were looking at the prospect of having no
Lewis Tombs and Josh Gilbert put their Buildbase Hondas on the Pro MX1 and MX2 podiums at round two of the Michelin MX Nationals on a sweltering day at the iconic Hawkstone Park this weekend.
The hot weather and super-tough sand circuit meant both riders were forced to dig deep in
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