Every Monday leading up to the season, Graves will release a Rider Showcase for each rider. Graves has already showcased Jackson Blackmon, Toby Khamsouk, and Cory Ventura. This week's attention goes to Hunter Dunham.
During the debut 2018 MotoAmerica Junior Cup, Cory Ventura will pilot a Team MP13 (managed by MotoAmerica pro racer Melissa Paris) R3 prepped by Graves Motorsports. In the 2017 KTM RC Cup, Ventura finished runner up behind Benjamin Smith after claiming nine podiums, which included four wins.
Here's a rider showcase of Toby Khamsouk, a California native who will pilot a Graves-prepped R3 sportbike during the 2018 MotoAmerica Junior Cup.
Judging by the excited, focused expressions on the assembled young faces, I’d say the Graves Yamaha MotoAmerica Junior Cup Squad s is going to be a huge success.
Jackson Blackmon, 16 ,already has numerous feats in motorcycle racing. He will ride a Graves Yamaha YZF-R3 in the 2018 MotoAmerica Junior Cup Series.
Bell Helmets has released a video discussing the aftermath of Superbike/Superstock racer Hayden Gillim’s shocking crash during the 2017 MotoAmerica.
The provisional 2018 MotoAmerica calendar was released, and features a 10-round schedule. This year's action begins a week earlier at Road Atlanta.
Toni Elias talks current state of MotoAmerica, the United States in general, and the development of the new GSX-R1000.
We speak with Josh Hayes, who shares insights on the track, the current state of American road racing, and motorcycle development in the modern age.
Following Nicky Hayden's passing, memorials began pouring in from across the world of motorcycling, showing what an impact Hayden had on the industry.
If you’ve been keeping up with MotoAmerica, Brandon Paasch is a name that you should be familiar with by now. Here's an interview with the 16-year old.
Following the opening weekend of 2017 MotoAmerica at Circuit of the Americas, the series headed directly to Road Atlanta in Georgia for round two of 10.
For the second-straight year, Yoshimura Suzuki's Toni Elias dominated Austin MotoAmerica Superbike at Circuit of the Americas in Texas.
Suzuki's Roger Lee Hayden claimed his second-straight pole at Circuit of the Americas during 2017 Austin MotoAmerica Qualifying.
There's only one way to truly experience what it feels like to compete in MotoAmerica--get on a bike with an ex-MotoAmerica racer.