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,

Red Bull boost for new enduro series

The new World Enduro Super Series has agreed that Red Bull will act as “Exclusive Media Partner” for the 2018 World Enduro Super Series, giving the new championship a high-profile boost. With the seven-round championship set to begin on May 11, Red Bull Media House will be present at each stop

World Enduro Super Series launched

The World Enduro Super Series has been launched for the 2018 season and will bring together some of the most iconic events on the calendar. It will lead to a first world enduro champion being crowned at the end of the campaign, which begins in Portugal next May. The WESS will include Hard Enduro, Classic Enduro,

Musquin takes Straight Rhythm glory

Marvin Musquin again asserted his Red Bull Straight Rhythm dominance with a decisive win in the Open Class to take home the top spot for the second year in a row. The Frenchman has never lost a single heat in the race’s history, though the rabid pack of Open Class riders

Two-stroke mania at the Straight Rhythm!

It’s official! The sounds and smells of the ‘90s are back with the Ken Roczen Two-Stroke Shootout at Red Bull Straight Rhythm. This eight-man bracketed competition will be exclusively for bikes with two-stroke engines and will be hosted by Ken Roczen, who unfortunately won’t race as he is recuperating from

Walker wins Red Bull Megawatt

Brits were on top form at the sandy Red Bull Megawatt in Poland with Jonny Walker taking the win, Graham Jarvis third and first-timer Billy Bolt challenging for a top slot. Topping Saturday’s Prologue, Jonny Walker showed he was ready to add to his previous Megawatt victories at what has become one of

Coldenhoff stays with Cairoli at KTM

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing have confirmed that their current rider roster will remain the same for the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship after Glenn Coldenhoff signed a contract to compete alongside Tony Cairoliin MXGP next year and on the KTM 450 SX-F. The 26 year old Dutchman has already graced the podium of the