Riding the brand new Honda CRF450RWs, defending MXGP world champion Tim Gajser and new team-mate Mitch Evans are ready for the start of the 2020 FIM world motocross championship. Check out this video of the duo riding in Sardinia as they prepared for the season ahead which kicks off at
Honda has revealed a new-look CRF450RW which will be the bike campaigned by Tim Gajser and Mitch Evans in the 2020 MXGP series. It's likely this will be the basis of the 2021 production bike, although the stocker will obviously not have the factory suspension and titanium parts. The bodywork
American Honda presented its teams for the 2020 AMA Supercross and AMA Arenacross seasons of thirteen riders from four different teams at a media event in California.
Headlining the group is Team Honda HRC, which will field Ken Roczen and Justin Brayton aboard the factory CRF450R in the 450SX division.
Australian youngster Mitch Evans has signed to join world champ Tim Gajser in the MXGP class in 2020. Evans recently raced the CRF45)RW factory bike for the team in Japan, meaning there is no room at the squad for Calvin Vlaanderen who is moving up to 450s after his last
Evans tops the podium in Japan
Mitchell Evans is being tipped as the man to team up with world champ Tim Gajser in the HRC Honda team in the MXGP world championship next season after he raced for the team in the last round of the Japanese championship.
Evans is being tipped
The U.S. Honda HRC team has announced a unique arrangement that will see two different riders competing in separate series alongside Ken Roczen, who earlier this year signed an extension to his agreement. Joining the factory squad during the AMA Supercross series will be Justin Brayton, who has ridden for
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
During the pre-race press conference for the AMA Supercross season finale at Las Vegas’s Sam Boyd Stadium, American Honda announced that Ken Roczen has renewed his contract with Team Honda HRC. The deal will have the popular German campaigning a CRF450R in AMA Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross for the
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