No Vegas finale for Josh Grant

Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing Team’s Josh Grant will sit out this weekend’s Monster Energy AMA Supercross season finale after injuring his leg and ribs in a training crash Wednesday at the test track in Southern California. Josh Grand and Justin Barcia The veteran Supercross racer was brought on board to fill

Josh Grant gets factory Yamaha SX call-up

As Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing Team’s Aaron Plessinger recovers from his broken heel sustained at round 10 of the 2019 Championship in Daytona, the team has announced that veteran racer Josh Grant will fill in for the remainder of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross season, starting with this weekend’s

The Hit List, what’s changed in 2019.

This feature in the Motohead app was posted two years ago, take a look and see if things have changed that much or maybe they haven't. 1 We can watch Supercross LIVE! It’s the world’s highest-profile dirt bike series but we’ve always had to wait for pirated videos to be loaded onto

Nicoll claims World Vet title No3

Former British champion Kurt Nicoll took his KTM to a fine third World Vet championship crown on the super-rough Glen Helen track on Sunday. After finishing second to Daryl Hurley on Saturday's Over-40 Pro class, he took victory in Sunday's over-50 Pro event, beating Don Bisceglia and Ed Foedish at

Grant joins Tomac at Kawasaki

Kawasaki has signed Tomac and Josh Grant for 2017, who is now returning to racing full-time. After being crowned the 2012 250cc Monster Energy Supercross West Region Champion and 2013 250cc AMA Pro Motocross Champion, Tomac has added several 450 class supercross and motocross race wins to his impressive resume. Grant,