The HRC Honda team will start the season with no MXGP riders following the news that former world champ Tim Gajser is set to miss the opening round in Argentina in 11 days following his crash at Mantova in Italy last week. Although his bikes have been shipped to the
Team HRC’s Tim Gajser was injured today following a crash during the MX1 race of the ‘Internazionali d’Italia’ final round in Mantova.
After a first assessment of his condition locally, the 21-year-old Slovenian rider was transported to the nearby Carlo Poma hospital to perform a series of evaluations and scans, which
Want to watch former MXGP world champ Tim Gajser shredding his Honda in some sand dunes? Of course you do! Can you understand the commentary? Probably not...
Russian Evgeny Bobryshev is back in MXGPs for 2018, riding Suzukis for the new BOS team. But the former HRC Honda man he'll still race for Neil Prince's team in the British championship.
Bobryshev, who is currently racing in the UK Arenacross series on the RFX Suzuki, last month went to
A dazzling performance by Kevin Benavides earns the Argentinean the overall leadership of the Dakar Rally on his Honda CRF450 of the Monster Energy Honda Team. It was a dreadful sixth stage of the 2018 Dakar Rally, which brings with it a well-deserved rest day for the competitors in the capital
HRC Honda's Ken Roczen scored an impressive fourth-place finish after being sidelined for nearly a year at Saturday's Anaheim Supercross opener.
When the gate dropped for the main event, the German was slow off the line, leaving him outside the top 15 around the first turn. By the completion
In the first of our new series of some of the coolest, rare or just downright amazing bikes, check out this beauty of a factory Honda, the 1991 CR250MA that was raced in the Japanese championship.
It was the year when Honda had two totally different factory 250 races bikes. The
Tired of Ken Roczen fever yet? Thought not! Here's the latest video about the Germam's return. This time he's riding his new bike alongside team-mate Cole Seely, and Roczen is back in Fox kit rather than Shift which he wore in 2017.
Check out American Honda’s official team video, which showcases
The Honda HRC team of Ken Roczen and Cole Seely are ready for the 2018 Supercross and Motocross season. Get Ken's thoughts on being back and Cole's thoughts on his teammate plus info from team manager and ex-factory racer Erik Kehoe in this video by the Yoshimura-backed team.
It's been 11 months since we saw him race until his 2017 season was curtailed by an arm injury, but Ken Roczen is now back and going seriously fast. Check out this video from Vital MX showing him at the official launch of the 2018 Honda HRC Supercross squad in