Savatgy replaces Baggett at Rocky Mountain KTM

Joey Savatgy is to replace Blake Baggett at the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC KTM team, joining Justin Bogle. The team is one of the top USA KTM squads and will race the AMA Supercross and Nationals. Savatgy, who was without a ride after JGR Suzuki folded last week, is known to have

No Supercross return for Savatgy

Joey Savatgy will not race in the remaining US Supercross rounds which start on May 31, despite being fit. The JGR Suzuki rider missed the start of the season after injuring his foot, and since his return to action has only been riding motocross. His team felt it would be better

Savatgy talks of new JGR Suzuki deal

Former Kawasaki factory rider Joey Savatgy opens up about his deal with the JGR Suzuki 450 team as he makes his debut for the team in the Paris Supercross. Savatgy joins the team from Kawasaki while Alex Martin remains as the 250 rider. https://youtu.be/Qs9Vb5A9tlo

Joey Savatgy injured for Hangtown opener

With the US Nationals starting this weekend in Hangtown, Kawasaki rider Joey Savatgy will miss the start of the championship with a couple of nagging injuries. Joey posted to his fans what the issue is and when he's hoping to be back.

Savatgy signs Monster Kawasaki 450 deal

Monster Energy Kawasaki has signed 24-year-old Joey Savatgy for the 450 class as he is no longer eligible for the 250s, and revealed his race bike complete with No.17. The former Pro Circuit Kawasaki rider will team-up with Eli Tomac at the Monster Energy Cup on October 13 for his 450

Pro Circuit teamsters to make Houston debut

Monster Energy's Pro Circuit Kawasaki duo of Adam Cianciarulo and Joey Savatgy will head to NRG Stadium in Houston for the first time in both of their careers this Saturday. The large football stadium provides a more open layout compared to what the riders faced last weekend at the season opener.

Savatgy edges it in Colorado

A season of parity continued in the 250 Class at Thunder Valley, as Alex Martin and Joey Savatgy became the fourth and fifth different moto winners. Both motos were dramatic, and at the end of the day, the top four riders were separated by just a single point. Edging out the

Savatgy loses SX lead for course-cutting

Joey Savatgy has been stripped of his lead in the East Coast 250 Supercross championship for course-cutting at Saturday's East Rutherford Supercross. After crashing, he got back on but joined a later section of track. Following a protest, the AMA gave him a five-place penalty, dropping him from third to