The former champ lets rip with his forthright views on who's hot and who's not in the US Supercross series following the Oakland race.
Two-time Supercross champion James Stewart officially announced his retirement yesterday. Thank you, James Stewart! You changed the game!
For those of you expecting James Stewart to announce a return to racing, sadly that's not going to happen. But the big announcement is his new documentary video series.
#7 Raw, episode one from SEVEN on Vimeo.
We all thought we'd seen the last of Bubba, but after two years of silence he's finally made a post on social media that says: "It’s hard to speak when you’re not sure if you believe in what you’re saying.. sometimes decisions in life come within minutes ... sometimes they
Taken from the full Gypsy Tales episode, Chad Reed talks about where the famous rivalry with James Stewart came from and if there is any hope of the two becoming friends in the future.
Listen in to the full episode HERE
Some of the best races ever to grace motocross and supercross circuits have been between two of the legends of our sport, Ricky Carmichael and James Stewart.
Both riders never gave an inch on or off the track. Ricky explains to interviewer Sam Jones how he beat James on the track.
Danger Boy Deegan has been riding at James Stewart's place and his video looks like the caught the man himself out on a CRF450. Of course, it could be all staged - we know how the stars like to have fun on social media and keep people guessing! What do
James Stewart said he'd race again this year, but has so far failed to show up at any events. But now he's posted a photo of a new Honda, complete with Red Bull and Seven graphics - the company he owns - direct from his race workshop in Haines City,
Reigning US East Coast 250 champ Malcolm Stewart will race this weekend's Anaheim 2 Supercross on a Suzuki RMZ450 backed by Ride365. His name is on the official entry list and he's uploaded this photo on Instagram saying: "Here we go."
Malcolm Stewart was unable to secure a team ride over the
James Stewart says he's not finished with racing yet despite him and his brother, US 250 East Supercross champ Malcolm who said he's moving up to 450s, not starting in tonight's Anaheim Supercross opener. Both have been linked with swops to GPs with various teams, but James has released the