This weekend the MXGP heads to France for the Saint Jean d'Angely round of the world championship. With two of the worlds finest Frenchman set to whip the home crowd into a frenzy which normally happens at Saint Jean d'Angely, the weekend could throw up a surprise or two.
Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP's Romain Febvre suffered a broken ankle at the opening round of the FIM Motocross World Championship in Argentina and subsequently missed four rounds of the championship. The team are pleased to announce that he has now been deemed fit to return to racing at the Portuguese
Australian MXGP star Dean Ferris will join the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP team as a temporary replacement for the injured Romain Febvre. Ferris with his new ride! After an exciting start to the MXGP season, which was celebrated with an emphatic Qualifying Race win, Febvre was unfortunately unable to finish
Following a heavy fall in Race 2 at the opening round of the FIM Motocross World Championship in Patagonia, Argentina, Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP's Romain Febvre will undergo surgery next week to repair a severely broken ankle. Febvre faces surgery After taking the first Qualifying Race victory of the season, Febvre
Nine-times world champ Tony Cairoli dominated the opening round of the Italian International championship, as he was undefeated in the MX1 race and the combined MX1 and MX2 Superfinal. He beat a field of classy riders including former world champs Tim Gajser and Romain Febvre, and current world MX2 champ
Alpinestars has launched two exciting new colorways to its Supertech M10 helmet line: the ‘Dyno’.The ‘Dyno’ is available in two colors: a striking red white glossy, and a black matte carbon white as showcased by Alpinestars’ athlete Romain Febvre.The result of over five years of intensive development and testing, the