2-stroke retro: Pastrana and Roczen talk Straight Rhythm

The Red Bull Straight Rhythm in California was a celebration of all things 90s and 2-stroke this year - and both Freestyle legend Travis Pastrana and Honda's SX star Ken Roczen stepped up. Travis rode a Suzuki with a massive 500cc motor and couldn't resist pulling backflips in his runs! And

Watch the whole Straight Rhythm show!

K-Roc on Jeremy McGrath's factory Honda It was a celebration of two-strokes and all things 1990s as Ken Roczen, Travis Pastrana, Josh Hansen, Ryan Villopoto, Cole Seely, Cooper Webb and a cast of top racers hit the Red Bull Straight Rhythm in SoCal last night. Check out the whole show below! Ronnie

All you need to know about the Straight Rhythm

Aside from the two main class categories – that's 125cc and 250cc two-strokes – there really is only one rule: don’t cross the white line into your opponent’s lane in Saturday night's Red Bull Straight Rhythm in California. There's also a 500cc one-on-one race featuring Travis Pastrana! Action from 2018 You

Get ready for Red Bull Straight Rhythm!

This year it's all two-strokes again as some of the fastest riders in the world tackle the half-mile straight track in California on Saturday. Check out our highlights edit from last year!

Red Bull Straight Rhythm Throws It Back To The 90s with Dave Despain

Motorsports icon Dave Despain takes a first look at how some of the competition is shaping up for this year’s event with its all two-stroke racing format Red Bull Straight Rhythm returning on October 5 for its sixth year, and the nitty-gritty remains the same. Line up side by side

Straight Rhythm goes two-stroke only!

Four piston strokes. Electronic Fuel Injection. Slim headers without an expansion chamber. Sleek, non-clunky, space-age plastics. This is a list of things you won’t see at the 2018 Red Bull Straight Rhythm. And when the event returns to Fairplex in Pomona on October 20, you’ll hear it coming. From, like,

How to watch Saturday’s Straight Rhythm

Red Bull Straight Rhythm returns to Fairplex in Pomona this coming weekend, for the event’s fourth consecutive year, utilizing the same riveting format where practice, qualifying, and racing will all take place on the same day. Additionally, the finals will once again take place at night under the lights making