After a few months of working 9-5, Sam Gaynor is headed south to ClubMX to begin his 2022 season preparation.
Newly retired Zach Osborne will fill in for Daniel Blair this weekend at Anaheim on the Race Day Live Show.
The LCQ’s have been crazy this year in Supercross and after colliding with Alex Ray, Freddie Noren’s hand got the worst of it.
Motocross icon Preston Petty, a well-known off-road and motocross racer of the 1960s, as well the founder of the popular motorcycle plastic company died on January 16th in Texas. Mr. Petty was 80 years old.
This past week while performing a base jump Travis Pastrana landed hard and ended up breaking his pelvis. Travis took to Social Media to say that he would make a full recovery.
KTM Canada announced this week that their 2022 team will consist of Jess Pettis, Jacob Piccolo, and Sebastien Racine. Also, the first-year pro rider Wyatt Kerr will also be riding orange this season.
With Triumph having hired two champions of the caliber of Ricky Carmichael and Ivan Cervantes to help with the design of their new off-road line-up. Ducati and MV Agusta have now launched a plan to produce professional MX and enduro bikes.
Former F1 driver Kimi Raikkonen has revealed the first stage of his retirement plans, with the Finn announced as Team Principal for the works Kawasaki Racing Team in MXGP. Raikkonen has made no secret of his love of motocross, having previously been involved with his own Ice One Racing team – while the Finn has previously posted videos on social media showing him using motocross to train for the demands of F1.
Shawn Maffenbeier has announced that he will be returning to the MX101 FXR Yamaha Team for 2022. Shawn will be heading to sunny California to begin his training.
Our 2021 Triple Crown Series 250MX Champion Jacob Piccolo is now back at ClubMX aboard his new KTM Canada Thor 250SX-F training for this summer. Former Kawasaki mechanic Justin Rooney will be spinning wrenches for the champ in 2022!