Roczen snares men’s grooming deal!

Former world and AMA champ Ken Roczen may not have won any titles for a few years but has picked up a deal with global men's grooming giant Clinique For Men on the launch of their new Super Energizer skincare collection. The 24-year-old German HRC Honda rider, who has 1.2 million

Tomac extends AMA lead

Eli Tomac extended his lead in the AMA 450 motocross series as Justin Barcia took second overall from Marvin Musquin, who won the first moto at  Muddy Creek. MOTO 1 Your browser does not support iframes. Though Eli Tomac hasn't traditionally been known as a great starter, he's been turning things around recently.

Roczen returns to racing

Ken Roczen made his return to professional racing at Hangtown, the opening round of the AMA Nationals. After breaking his hand in Supercross, he rode to a steady ninth place in qualifying. He missed the whole 2017 outdoor season after smashing his left arm in a Supercross crash in January

Craig gets HRC 450 call-up

With riders Ken Roczen and Cole Seely out of action with injuries, Team Honda HRC announces today that GEICO Honda’s Christian Craig will race a CRF450R as the factory squad’s sole rider at this weekend’s Atlanta Supercross and next week’s Daytona Supercross. Following a promising start to the AMA Supercross season,

The Supercross Sick List!

American supercross is a hard and unforgiving sport and a little mistake can have a rider sitting on the sideline in a blink of an eye. As Jason Anderson goes to extend his series lead at Arlington on Saturday while Justin Barcia and Marvin Musquin play catch-up, here's a current

Who did what at the Oakland Supercross

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing's Jason Anderson rallied from a sixth-place start to meet Team Honda HRC's Ken Roczen in a battle for the lead on the last lap, which ended with Anderson taking the win by less than a second. "This was a big night for me," Anderson said on

What happened at the Glendale Supercross

Monster Energy Kawasaki's Eli Tomac scored his second consecutive overall event win in Glendale. In the 450SX Class Main Event, Tomac captured the lead from the start and ran away with the win, leading all 23 laps ahead of Monster Energy/Knich/Yamaha Factory Racing's Justin Barcia. "That was a big, big push," Tomac