Kurt Caselli won the E2 class overall, posted the second fastest time in the last MX special test behind Eero Remes of Finland
France again dominated the women’s cup with solid performances by all 3 riders.
Here are the Junior Trophy Team results.
The official results are now in and the US Trophy team is solidly in 3rd place with Spain in second, and Finland keeping their lead.
The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is pleased to announce the riders who will contest the 84th International Six Days Enduro for the U.S. World Trophy Team. Returning to take on the world this Oct. 12-17 in Figueira da Foz, Portugal, are the riders who rode to a third-place team finish on Team USA at last [...]
Check out video from round one of the AMA Western National Hare Scrambles Series presented by Tusk. KTM’s Brenden Ritzman took the win at Rynoland in Anza, California over a stacked field of off-road riders including Ricky Dietrich, Kyle Summers, Robby Bell, Kendall Norman, Nick Brozovich and Brian Garrahan.
Check out the video here – ProMoto.TV.
The Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series welcomed strategic, bar-to-bar racing back to the forefront at the Maxxis General GNCC in Georgia, but by the time the battle was over, GEICO/JG Racing Monster Kawasaki’s Paul Whibley emerged as the last man standing. His teammate Jimmy Jarrett took second to give the team a historic 1-2 [...]
The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) announced today the 2009 schedule for the AMA National Hare & Hound Championship Series. The AMA National Hare & Hound Championship Series is composed of AMA Sports-sanctioned events and is one of the premier off-road racing series in the country. The series gives both amateur competitors and the country’s fastest [...]
Check out some awesome footage of the last round of the 2008 AMA National Enduro series. Jump on over to promoto.tv or click the link below.
Wickenburg AZ ( promoto.tv ).
The AMA and the National Enduro Promoters Group today announced the AMA National Enduro Championship Series schedule for the 2009 season.
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