While Jody was working on the track, we ask him to shoot some snaps
Kade Mosig during last year's OZ Supercross series. KADE MOSIG: Kade Mosig will miss the remainder of the Australian National series to rehab his injured
450 RIVERGLADE RESULTS 1. Brett Metcalfe (Kaw)...........3-1 2. Bobby Kiniry (Yam)............1-4 3. Tyler Medaglia (KTM).........4-2 4. Jeremy Medaglia (Yam).....6-3 5. Teddy Maier (Kaw).............5-5
CANADIAN 450 NATIONAL RESULTS: DESCHAMBAULT, QUEBEC 1. Jeremy Medaglia.....1-2 2. Brett Metcalfe...........3-1 3. Teddy Maier.............2-3 4. Cole Thompson.......4-4 5. Bobby Kiniry..............6-5 6. Dusty Klatt................5-7 7.
Brett Metcalfe. Brett Metcalfe , who is racing the Canadian 450 Nationals this year, was penalized 10 places for jumping on the red cross flag
Tanel. Swap: When Shaun Simpson left the TM team in the middle of the GP season (see below), TM was left without a rider. TM
Photos by Mark Chilson Dean Wilson on his Pro Circuit KX450F. Glen Helen is big, long, steep, rough and rutted, which is why AMA National
Photos by Mark Chilson The Pro race first turn saw Dean Wilson (15), Travis Preston (11), Tony Amaradio (130), Luke Reardon (110), Charles Castloo (424),
Ryan Dungey took his third win of the season...and KTM's third-ever 450 Supercross victory. Photo: Hoppenworld In the 450 class, KTM's Ryan Dungey won his
The fishbowl view of New Orleans. Photo: Hoppenworld 450 CLASS One race after capturing back-to-back 450 Supercross Championships, Kawasaki's Ryan Villopotowon his ninth win of
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As with all one million dollar winners, Ryan Villopoto (center) will most likely have to choose between a smaller immediate cash payout or 50 grand
Yoshimura Racing and American Suzuki Motor Corporation are proud to announce plans for the upcoming Supercross and motocross seasons. For 2012, Team Yoshimura Suzuki Racing
Suzuki Press release: Current plans for the 2012 campaign include returning Suzuki rider, Brett Metcalfe. The 27-year-old Australian joined Suzuki at the beginning of the