With Ryan Sipes' easy Day 6 final moto win at the 2015 FIM International Six Days Enduro, being held in Kosice, Slovakia, the U.S. Trophy Team finally had a reason to celebrate.
What seemed like a certain third-place finish for the U.S. Junior Trophy Team just 24 hours ago evaporated when Nick Davis’ motorcycle quit running on the penultimate day of the 2015 FIM International Six Days Enduro being held in Kosice, Slovakia.
With the mechanical failure of Thad Duvall’s motorcycle early on Day 4, the U.S. team's quest for an International Six Days Enduro overall victory officially came to an end. Duvall was the second Trophy Team rider to exit the Slovakian Six Days.
In perhaps the broadest action by the FIM and its International Six Days Enduro regulatory committee in modern Six Days history, eight World Trophy riders have been disqualified for missing a secret observation check.
A series of miscues on Day 2 dropped the U.S. World Trophy Team to second place, trailing Australia by a slim 8.24 seconds at the International Six Days Enduro being held in Kosice, Slovakia, this week.
The U.S. World Trophy Team took home the top honors from Day 1 of the International Six Days Enduro, besting the Australian and French teams by 1 minute, 14 seconds and 2 minutes, 29 seconds. This year’s ISDE is being held in Kosice, Slovakia.
The highly anticipated running of the 90th FIM International Six Days Enduro sees the prestigious event make its home in Kosice, Slovakia, Sept. 7-12 as it returns to Slovakia for the first time since 2005.
This year’s Women’s Motocross Championship was one for the books. The championship title was to be decided at the series finale in which Team Green Kawasaki’s Kylie Fasnacht and Marissa Markelon had just two points separating them in the championship standings as they made their way to round eight at Ironman Raceway in Crawfordsville, Ind.
The Under 21 AMA Speedway National Championship was won for the third time in a row by Maxwell Ruml. Already the holder of numerous speedway honors, Ruml currently sits in second place in the AMA National Speedway Championship Series.
At the conclusion of the 2015 Lucas Oil AMA Professional Motocross National Championship series on Saturday, Aug. 22, in Crawfordsville, Ind., two riders stood as champions: Ryan Dungey in the 450 class and Jeremy Martin in the 250 class.