It's sometimes said that the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship series doesn't really get started until round two. With all the nerves and anticipation of the opening round building up for months, the results are sometimes not indicative of what to expect for the rest of the
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
Apico Husqvarna's Irish star Stuart Edmonds and Honda AMA pro Christian Craig will be be out of action for the foreseeable future after they both sustained injuries at the weekend.
Edmonds has broken his upper arm in five places and may face surgery in Ireland. He was checked out today and
Five times world champion Eric Geboers drowned after jumping in a lake to save his dog at around 10pm last night. The 55-year-old was on a boat and jumped in to save his dog, say witnesses, but did not resurface. It was at the Miramar lake near Mol in Belgium.
Todd Waters is the rider chosen by Team HRC to step in for the injured Brian Bogers, starting from the MXGP of Latvia on the weekend of May 12-13. The 27-year-old Australian rider will compete aboard the Honda CRF450RW alongside full-time HRC rider Tim Gajser until Bogers’ return to action
Former MXGP world champion Tim Gajser has confirmed he'll make his 2018 GP debut at Valkenswaard this weekend. He missed the opening round after a crash in a pre-season race at Mantova where he broke his jaw.
"Thanks to everyone who stood by my side in last couple of weeks. I
The mighty HRC Honda team has NO 450 riders in either its MXGP or USA team's as the one remaining rider Cole Seely crashed hard in a Tampa Supercross heat race and has fractured his pelvis and tail bone.
A Honda statement said: "After being evaluated at the local hospital, it
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...