Tag: Honda CRF450R
Honda makes a number of race-ready dirt bikes that span the range of classes, but if you’re looking for a 450cc motorcycle, you might want to check out the new CRF450R.
Congratulations to JCR/Honda’s own Timmy Weigand 2012 AMA D-37 Champion. The final round of the AMA Big 6 series was held this past weekend at Pala MX. The laps were hovering in the 9 min range for the pros. The course consisted of some great MX track sections and high speed hard packed Off-Road sections. [...]
Timmy Weigand headed out to Cahuilla Creek Mx for round 9 of the 2012 WORCS championship series this past weekend and came away with 2nd overall. “My Honda CRF450R with Dunlop MX51‘s was untouchable on the starts and I holeshot both motos. My strategy was to ride smooth, keep it on 2 wheels. The Cahuilla [...]
Many dirt bikes are built for smaller, agile riders, leaving those of us with a larger stature struggling to keep up.
Honda has pulled the lid off their new 2013 CRF450R and I gotta say, I’m already drooling with anticipation.
Japanese manufacturer Honda has unveiled its off-roading motorcycles for the 2013 model year, giving dirt bike fans a sneak peek on all the bikes that will be available in the late summer and early fall.
With Trey Canard still on the shelf due to a broken back, Team Honda Muscle Milk has announced a replacement for the oft-injured rider in the upcoming AMA Motocross series.
Justin Barcia wrapped up his AMA Lites Supercross career with a dominant performance at Sam Boyd Stadium in Nevada.
The Southern California Motorcycle Dealership Signs on as Title Sponsor to L&MC Racing Team Chaparral reunites their relationship with Larry Brooks and Jeremy McGrath after 12 years this week, by signing on as the title sponsor of the L&MC Racing team. Chaparral Motorsports has a rich history in supporting the sport of motorcycle racing. It [...]
Honda has announced the signing of professional racer Justin Brayton, who will compete for Big Red in the 2012 AMA Supercross Championship and AMA Motocross Championships. Brayton previously spent several years with Muscle Milk/Toyota/JGR Yamaha. This past season he showed signs of promise, taking seventh in the National MX Championship despite missing four rounds with [...]