Jeff Ward Racing has confirmed that Australian Cody Mackie will ride for the team at Oakland's fourth round of Monster Energy AMA Supercross this weekend.
Ryan Villopoto has admitted that fourth place finishes won't cut it if he's to stand a chance of keeping his number one plate.
American Honda has released further information on Team Honda Muscle Milk rider Trey Canard, who sustained a back injury at Dodger Stadium.
Speculation is mounting here in the United States that Australia's Cody Mackie is in line to join Jeff Ward Racing.
Yoshimura Suzuki team manager Mike Webb believes that we're yet to see the full potential of lone factory team rider Brett Metcalfe.
Australian Ryan Marmont is on track for a return to racing in this weekend's Oakland round of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross series.
JDR Motorsports announced today that JDR/J-Star/KTM team rider PJ Larsen had returned to riding for the first time since injuring his hand.
Former GNCC Champion Josh Strang is so far enjoying his switch to RPM KTM after signing with the team for WORCS and Endurocross.
Australia's Chad Reed has spoken out about the future of TwoTwo Motorsports in a revealing interview with MotoOnline.com.au.
Toyota/Yamaha/JGRMX's James Stewart has vowed to get better after a lacklustre start to the 2012 Monster Energy AMA Supercross series in the U.S.
With three Supercross Class winners through the first three races of the season, Monster Energy AMA Supercross is shaping up to be another epic season.
Williams Event Management's Kevin Williams has confirmed that WEM is looking to re-brand the categories of the Australian Motocross Championship in 2012.
JDR/J-Star/KTM's Matt Moss continued his progression in the West Coast regional Lites class of AMA Supercross at Dodger Stadium, scoring a season-best eighth.
Star Valli Yamaha has issued an update on the health of injury rider Ryan Morais after his crash during the Los Angeles AMA Supercross main event.
South Australian Brett Metcalfe is motivated to continue his surge toward the front of AMA Supercross when the series resumes this weekend in Oakland.
Australian Motocross' pro classes will feature a brand new three-moto format for 2012.
KTM rider credits team for fast progress of Factory Edition 450.
TwoTwo Motorsports/Bel-Ray Racing's Chad Reed has credited a host of set-up changes in Los Angeles for his sterling first AMA Supercross victory of 2012.
American Honda has confirmed that Trey Canard suffered serious back injuries in his crash during the main event at Los Angeles Dodger Stadium on Saturday night.
TwoTwo Motorsports’ Chad Reed won the Supercross Class main event at tonight’s Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, at Dodger Stadium.
Australian rundown from the third round of Monster Energy AMA Supercross in LA.
Check out our first look at the main event results from Los Angeles' AMA Supercross round.
Williams Event Management has announced the venues that will make up the 10-round MX Nationals, Australian Motocross Championship, in 2012.
Australian Motocross Championship promoter Williams Event Management has announced that TAG Heuer will be the Official Watch and Timing Partner of the MX Nationals for the next three years.
The Motorex KTM Off Road Racing Team has announced that it has reached an agreement with WesTrac as a key supporter for the 2012 racing season.
A return to the podium is the goal for TwoTwo Motorsports’ Chad Reed as the gates drop on round three of Monster Energy AMA Supercross at Los Angeles’ Dodger Stadium.
MotoOnline.com.au is proud to today unveil a brand new version of what is widely recognised as Australia’s leading online dirt bike publication.
Current AMA Pro Motocross Lites Champion Dean Wilson is hoping to use his Phoenix win as a springboard to the Monster Energy West Coast Lites AMA Supercross Championship series victory.
Monster Energy Kawasaki's defending AMA Supercross Champion Ryan Villopoto is looking ahead to Los Angeles' third round of the series this weekend after suffering a disappointing opening-lap crash in Phoenix last weekend.
Toyota/Yamaha/JGRMX's James Stewart has vowed not to give up despite missing the top five in the opening two rounds of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship.