In just his second appearance at the grueling off-road race, Andrew Short, riding for the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Rally Team, is rapidly rising up the charts.
As Stage 8 kicked off today, Brabec had an engine failure only 56 kilometers into the 361km San Juan de Marcona-Pisco run, which forced the American to retire. Brabec was leading the race, and attempting to become the first American to ever win Dakar. DAMMIT!
Produced by longtime industry videographer Ryan Walters, the documentary is an honest and open look at Jessy’s journey in the sport of supercross and motocross.
Back in 2017, Wired toured Arch Motorcycle and talked with Reeves about his love of two-wheels. Yeah, it’s a bit old, but the company does great work, as you’ll see in the video.
ESPN announced today that they have reached a multi-year deal with REnextop Entertainment, a leading action sports platform in China, to collaborate on X Games China summer and winter events in 2019.
In October, Honda HRC’s Marc Marquez captured the MotoGP world championship for the fifth time in six years. While in Japan, Marquez and Red Bull put together a stunning video of the champ riding Hakone Turnpike, a popular pass road about 90 minutes south of Tokyo.
At the CES conference in Las Vegas, Harley-Davidson released details on their upcoming electric motorcycle, the LiveWire.
Holy smokes, Jeff Ward—yes, that Jeff Ward—is returning to professional racing in 2019. American Flat Track announced today that the seven-time AMA National Champion will compete in all five AFT Singles TTs—and maybe even a Short Track or two—this year.
If you logged on to ESPN.com today to read about the NFL Playoffs or last night’s NBA slate, you may have noticed a familiar face on the most popular sports website in the world—none other than Honda HRC’s Ken Roczen.
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We’ve all, at one point in time, thought about quitting our job and going on a riding adventure. Tim Burke actually did it. This documentary is an amazing look at the life-changing decision he made and the joys and pitfalls of it.
Check out Shorty and and teammate Pablo Quintanilla preparing for the event.