West Covina, CA (January 20, 2005) – Fresh off of his first supercross win at the Phoenix Supercross in front of almost 50,000, Team Makita Suzuki rider Broc Hepler announces the launch of his new web site, www.BrocHepler.com. The site features everything about Broc including videos, downloads, photo galleries, race reports and more. Broc Hepler fans can now sign up for his newsletter or send him a message on his “Pit Board.

The website will keep fans up to date on Broc’s race results, events, scheduled appearances and much more. The newsletter will be available to fans and will be sent on a regular basis to keep them up to date on what’s going on with Broc. True fans will also want to download the Desktop wallpapers available on the site and view the various videos.

Broc Hepler is in his second full season of racing in the professional ranks and was awarded the AMA’s prestigious Rookie of the Year award last year. In 2004, he finished second in the 125cc East Region Supercross Series and second in the AMA U.S. Motocross Championships.

As an amateur Broc won numerous championships riding for the American Suzuki Amateur program and is expected to win more championships at the professional level. Some of his major accomplishments are noted below...


  • AMA Rookie of the Year
  • Second Place, THQ/AMA U.S. Supercross Series
  • Second Place, AMA U.S. Motocross Championships


  • First place, Suzuki RM Cup (125 & 250cc Pro)
  • Champion, Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National (250cc A)
  • Second place, 250 Pro and Schoolboy class at Mammoth Mountain
  • Third place, 125 Pro class at Mammoth Mountain
  • First place, 125A/ProSport and 125A class at Lake Whitney 9th Annual Spring Classic     


  • Top expert, Winter National Olympics of Motocross
  • First place, U.S. Open of Supercross 125cc (won four out of four races)
  • Fifth place, 125cc FIM Junior Motocross Cup (Moggers, Austria)


  • Champion, Loretta Lynn’s Nationals (14-15 80cc)
  • 2001 – First place, 80cc FIM Junior World Cup (Talavera de la Reina, Spain- first American to win this honor)
  • 2001 – First place, GNC Finals Texas (12 – 16 80cc Stock and Modified)


  • First place, Suzuki RM Cup (12 – 13 80cc)
  • First place, Mini O’s Olympiad (12 – 13 80cc)