Six months after USA Team Manager Billy Hamill laid out the challenge for any interested rider in the USA to try out for the 2014 World Cup Squad, the final choices have been made and submitted to the American Motorcyclist Association to forward to the FIM and event organizers.
Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Andrew DeLong claimed his first win of the season this weekend at the Loose Moose National Enduro in Marquette, Michigan, finishing the 77-mile race with a one-minute-and-four-second advantage over runner-up finisher Steward Baylor for round six of the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series, presented by Moose Racing.
The AMA National Speedway Series reached his halfway mark with Billy Janniro stepping closer to a 5th title after scoring another victory at Ventura Raceway, CA on June 28th.
The next episode in the On and Off the Road with K-Dub YouTube series focuses on Kevin Windham's glorious career in Supercross and motocross.
Husqvarna Motorcycles are proud to unveil their offroad model range for 2015. The brand encompasses a full line up of both motocross and enduro bikes plus a professional 85cc minicross machine.
The 2015 RR 4-stroke models evolve with updates to the entire displacement range with many features straight from the "2014 RR Factory" versions as well as the introduction of many new technical features.
After claiming his first-ever national enduro victory at the previous round in Arrington, Virginia, N-Fab/Am Pro Yamaha’s Brad Bakken is riding a wave of momentum heading into round six of the 2014 Kenda AMA National Enduro Series this weekend in Marquette, Michigan, also known as the Loose Moose National Enduro.
Monster Energy Graves Yamaha's Josh Hayes completed the Triumph SuperBike Classic weekend sweep today at Barber Motorsports Park, putting on a clinic in Race 2 of the AMA Pro SuperBike class.
Inclement weather has forced a change to the competition schedule for the AMA Dirt Track Grand Championship this week in Springfield, Ill.
West Virginia's Snowshoe Mountain played host to the 7th Annual AMSOIL Snowshoe GNCC on Sunday, where racers from all over the world converged atop the largest ski resort in the state to try their hand in conquering the toughest racecourse on the circuit. After three hours of battle between man and machine, it was Factory FMF/KTM's Kailub Russell who came out on top.