Factory FMF/KTM Team riders Kurt Caselli and Mike Brown topped the podium at the sixth round of the WORCS held at Honey Lake MX Park in Milford, Calif.
The first moto of the weekend was held on Saturday and saw Caselli out front early as he rounded the second corner in 2nd place behind holeshot winner Taylor Robert.
On Jan. 28, 2010, the off-road motorcycle community lost a hero.
Nathan Woods passed away from injuries sustained during a practice crash at Honolulu Hills Raceway, Calif., as he and his KTM team were preparing for the start of the 2011 WORCS season.
Husqvarna is backing 2010 racing in a big way by offering more than $11 million in contingency awards for 145 different U.S. racing series this season. "Think of it as the Husqvarna Bailout Program," says Marketing & Racing Chief Scot Harden. "Even though the economy is going through some tough times, now isn’t the time to back down.
The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is proud to announce the 2009 nominees for special year-end awards presented to standout individuals and organizations involved in AMA-sanctioned competition. These awards will be presented at the 2009 AMA Racing Championship Banquet, presented by KTM North America, on Friday evening, Dec.
In order to keep his skills honed during the break in the GNCC schedule, Team Husqvarna’s GNCC specialist Glenn Kearney took a swig from the Enduro side. In his first ever attempt at racing an American-style enduro, the agile Aussie managed to run away with SETRA’s 56th Annual Little Brown Jug’s overall win.
Expecting his run to serve as little more than a training ride for the GNCC series, the tough-as-nails Kearney showed his prowess in dry and dusty conditions aboard his Wyatt Seals-prepped Husqvarna WR300 2-stroke.
If you’ve ever come away from a race weekend still craving track time, then the World Off-Road Championship Series (WORCS) has a week in store for you. AMA Racing WORCS Bike Week, set for Aug.
The Shock Doctor/KTM GNCC Factory Team of Kurt Caselli, Nathan Kanney, Kailub Russell and Cory Buttrick were the first off-road factory race team to wear the Shock Doctor Eject Helmet Removal System when they showed up at the 6th round of the series this weekend with the safety device clearly installed in each of their helmets.