Cody Webb battled it out with Colton Haaker to take the win at the 2016 King of the Motos, one of the most grueling enduro races imaginable.
Justin Morgan headed out to Lucerne Valley over the weekend to enter the King of the Motos hard enduro and braved the wind and rain to finish 12th.
Three riders have gotten their first 450SX wins in Phoenix: Tomac (2015), Barcia (2013) and Dungey (2010). Will we see a new 450SX winner on Saturday? Check out this and other trivia.
Robby Bell came from outside the top 10 to take his second win in a row in the WORCS series. Justin Seeds had a hard crash while battling inside the top 5 and was able to salvage a 12th-place finish on the day.
What do you get when you combine YouTube and sweet dirt bike tricks? Hours of viewing pleasure! Check out this post for some of the best dirt bike stunts we found while surfing YouTube.
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Precision Concepts Race Team’s Robby Bell took another clear win in the Motorcycle Pro class. David Haagsma took the win in the SXS Pro class after his time was adjusted due to a staggered start, while mechanical issues prevented him from winning the ATV Pro class and instead allowed Beau Baron to take 1st.
Ryan Dungey took another win and his first ever in Oakland. In 250SX West, Cooper Webb looked to have an easy victory when his bike stalled, allowing Joey Savatgy to take over and win.
Over half of Oakland supercross events saw a winner who hadn’t yet won a race that season. Only three riders have made constant improvement after every round this year: Pourcel and the Hahn brothers. Check out this and other trivia.
Adventure riders want to be able to go from the street to the dirt seamlessly, and the KTM 690 Enduro R is the perfect bike to do it. Take a look at this post to see what we did to make this the perfect off-road focused adventure bike!
Ryan Dungey and Cooper Webb both grabbed wins, extending their points leads in their respective classes (13 for Dungey and 18 for Webb).