Austin Forkner misses the US outdoor season

Not only did he miss out on the Supercross title but Austin Forkner will miss the entire US outdoor season due to his knee injury (ACL) after his off in Nashville. He released a statement via his Instagram page, gutted for the kid.           View this post on Instagram                   I did my best just

Kawasaki Science of Supercross: The Rider

In this week’s Science of Supercross engineered by Kawasaki, we sit down with some legends to discuss what pressure, responsibility, and sacrifice come with being one of the world’s top athletes.

Graeme Irwin signs for Kawasaki road racing

Kawasaki has signed former British motocross champ Graeme Irwin who will switch to tarmac racing in 2019 aboard a new and improved Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR in the British Superbike Championship, Superstock 1000 Class. Graeme will ride under the Team 109 Kawasaki banner, alongside 2018 Junior Supersport Champion Eunan McGlinchey who will

Deep dive into the science of Supercross

The Kawasaki Science of Supercross series takes a deeper dive into various aspects of the Monster Energy Kawasaki Factory Racing Team and their efforts in Monster Energy Supercross. In this week's episode they cover the differences between the 450SX and 250SX race bikes. https://youtu.be/dKLfV-iBgKY

Phoenix reveals 2019 Kawasaki livery

The Phoenix Tools team has unveiled the look of its 2019 Apico-backed KX450 at the Motorcycle Live show at the NEC in Birmingham today. The squad, which retains Gert Krestinov and Carlton Husband, has switched from Honda and Husband has already raced the bike. But this is the first look at how

Entries open for Kawasaki Arenacross series

The Arenacross Tour and Kawasaki UK have joined forces to create an all-new and massively-exciting, single-make 85cc race series for the 2019 Tour. The Team Green Supermini Cup will cater for the best BW85cc riders on the land, with the leading 11-to-15-year-old racers, from this category, selected to participate in a

Paturel joins Lupino in Kawasaki MXGP squad

Gebben Van Venrooy Kawasaki enters the FIM Motocross World Championship MXGP in 2019 with increased input from Kawasaki Europe and an exciting twin-spearhead of Alessandro Lupino and Benoit Paturel. Lupino, a twenty-seven year old from Viterbo in the rolling countryside north of Rome, joined the Dutch team last winter and this summer he has enjoyed his most successful season since

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