Recovery period not yet known for supercross specialist.
New South Welshman impresses in one-off premier class appearance.
Australian yet to lock in future after claiming Oceania crown in New Zealand.
South Australian praises event organisers for 'phenomenal' crowd turnout.
New Zealand legend puts on display in International Challenge.
KTM-mounted American import Alix races to SX2 victory in New Zealand.
A4DE returns to New South Wales for 41st edition.
Australia's Reardon a slender two points behind in title race.
Motorcycle industry to converge in Victoria for three-day exhibition.
Geico Honda ace to challenge for victory in New Zealand.
Two-time AMA Supercross champion still in contention for S-X Open Oceania crown.
SX2 champion Wilson to head up Australian contingent stepping up to SX1.
Standout year has national number three linked to Serco Yamaha seat.
Motocross rider turned desert racer joins Husqvarna's factory off-road outfit.
Winning World Trophy team member third outright and runner-up in E3 division.
Popular American a welcomed addition to New Zealand supercross event.
Portimao venue confirmed to hold the 94th edition next year.
Western Australian set to remain in Europe with factory-supported outfit.
AMA regulars Ferrandis and Osborne complete the podium in France.
Husqvarna pilot assists Team Australia to sixth-consecutive Women's World Trophy.
Factory KTM ace triumphant in outright and World Trophy standings.
Milner claims individual outright victory as Sanders winds up on the podium.
World Trophy and Women's Trophy teams on the verge of victory in Chile.
Jones leads Women's class as Australia strengthens team advantage.
North Queenslander clarifies multi-year deal in world championship.
Factory KTM rider to press on for S-X Open Auckland appearance.
Australian Women's team bolsters advantage in Chile.
Hill and Peick drafted in for supercross event in France.
Trio of second place finishes grant American guest victory in AUS Supercross debut.
Milner tops individual results as Australia's Women's team continues dominance.