Roczen signs HEP Suzuki

After testing just about every bike on the planet, Ken Roczen has finally inked a deal to ride a Suzuki for the HEP Motorsport team. He won the 2016 AMA 450 outdoor title on Suzukis. The official announcement says: H.E.P. Motorsports is thrilled to announce that the team has signed Ken

Roczen in for Paris SX as Lawrence Bros pull out

WSX champ Ken Roczen is a last minute entry for the famous Paris Supercross on November 12-13, drafted in as replacement for the Lawrence brothers. The USA-based Aussies Jett and Hunter were to star in the annual event but have had to pull out due to international visa issues. A

WSX World Supercross highlights: Action from Melbourne

Just when it looked like the World Supercross title would come down to a match-up between Ken Roczen and Vince Friese, there was even more drama! Crashes, a puncture and DNF for K-Roc and a different overall winner made it an epic clash for WSX title glory. Check out the

Roczen takes WSX crown in Down Under thriller

The pilot season of the FIM World Supercross Championship (WSX) came to a spectacular end in Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium with four world champions crowned. German rider Ken Roczen is the new WSX champion after finishing second in a dramatic WSX Australian Grand Prix. The WSX title ends a championship drought for

Roczen’s team confirmed for WSX series

Already announced as due to contest the 2022 World Supercross Championship, Ken Roczen has been confirmed as part of the Honda Genuine Honda Racing team for the series, which gets underway with the British Grand Prix on Saturday 8 October in Cardiff, Wales.The German will compete in the WSX (450cc) class aboard a

Tomac and Roczen head Cardiff SX in October

Eli Tomac and Ken Roczen are set to headline a star-studded rider lineup when the FIM World Supercross Championship roars into life on Saturday 8 October, with Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales hosting the first championship round. Tickets go on sale Friday 8 July at 10am at livenation.co.uk. SX Global, the Australian

Roczen signs up for World SX series

SX Global, the Australian sports and entertainment company spearheading the FIM World Supercross Championship (WSX), is pleased to announce that two-time 450 motocross champion Ken Roczen has officially committed to compete in the 2022 FIM-sanctioned World Supercross Championship, slated to begin in early October. One of the most successful and prominent

Roczen steals the Thunder Valley win

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZUBGdlmB9w The highest temperatures of the season thus far, combined with more than 6,000 feet of elevation at Thunder Valley Motocross Park, provided a true challenge for the world’s best riders at the third round of the 50th Anniversary of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing. With

Roczen pulls out of Supercross

Honda's Ken Roczen is quitting the Supercross series with immediate effect after a run of poor results due to ill health, Honda has announced. He won the opening Anaheim race but since then has not been able to match the pace of the front runners. The official statement says: “Along with

Roczen recalls Anaheim win

On Saturday evening, Team Honda HRC’s Ken Roczen scored the Anaheim 1 AMA Supercross 450SX victory for the fourth time in his career. The German was perfect all night aboard his CRF450R, leading every lap of his heat race and the main event. In the 250SX West Region opener, Hunter