Husqvarna Motorcycles proudly introduces the company’s image video, the very essence of the legendary brand. First founded in 1903, the company has constantly evolved by respecting its rich 111-year heritage, and is today recognized as a premium manufacture of quality motorcycles.
MotoAmerica, the new North American road racing series, is pleased to announce the hiring of Niccole Cox as its Race Operations Manager, effective immediately.
KTM Motorsports and MotoAmerica are excited to announce a new partnership to bring the RC Cup Series to select rounds of the 2015 MotoAmerica AMA/FIM American Motorcycle Road Racing Championship Series.
Beta USA is ecstatic over the signing of Morgan Tanke to their 2015 Offroad program. Tanke hails from Riverside, Calif., and has turned heads this year in EnduroCross.
In honor of Veteran's Day, MX Sports Pro Racing and the National Promoter's Group (NPG) are proud to announce the continuation of an initiative with the Veteran Tickets Foundation, where active and retired military veterans will once again have the opportunity to attend any round of the 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, at no cost.
For the third time in the 89-year history of the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme International Six Days Enduro, the U.S. Junior Team has emerged victorious, claiming the world championship for the junior division.
The final four rounds of GEICO AMA EnduroCross will air on MAVtv starting with the Salt Lake City, Utah round on Saturday, November 15th. Log on to mavtv.com/shows/endurocross.html for more info and don't forget to set your DVRs!
For only the third time in the 89-year history of the FIM International Six Days Enduro, a U.S. Junior Team has been crowned Six Days World Champion in the Junior division. The U.S. riders beat the defending French Junior Team for the title.
Day 5 of the FIM International Six Days Enduro was another good day for both the U.S. World Trophy and U.S. Junior Trophy teams as they both advanced on their nearest competitors.
The U.S. World Trophy Team’s day 4 win of the FIM International Six Days Enduro helped move the U.S. team closer to the event-leading French team with two days left of the Argentinean Six Days. The U.S. Trophy Team sits in second place, 12 minutes, 47 seconds behind France, and now has a 50 minute, 29 second lead over third-place Spain.