The opening round of the 2018 Supercross series in Anaheim, CA, was anticipated by many – but no one more than Eli Tomac. According to most in the industry, Tomac would be the man to beat to win the 2018 championship. Well… everything doesn’t always go according to plan and Tomac proved that Saturday night as he hit the dirt while leading the main event, ending his night with a shoulder injury. We’re not sure what Tomac’s health status is at this point, but we hope to see him back at round two in Houston.
Yamaha’s Aaron Plessinger had a strong night, finishing 2nd overall in the 250SX West Main event.
After switching teams and brands, Josh Hill returned to race the 250SX West division to defend his number one plate. It was a slow start for Hill, who finished 7th in the Main.
After taking 3rd in his Heat race, Adam Cianciarulo and his Pro Circuit Kawasaki started out the season strong by finishing 3rd overall in the 250SX West Main event.
Congrats to Gavin Faith, for not only winning the opening round of the 2018 Arenacross series at Dayton, OH, but for also scoring this very cool two-page spread Kawasaki ad in the latest issue of Cycle News.
Cody Webb was in full force at the second round of the FIM SuperEnduro World Championships, taking the overall win in Germany with 1-3-1 moto finishes. Webb is also now the series points leader.
You can always count on Kacy Martinez Coy to be on the podium no matter where she races. Here she is at the opening round of the Sprint Hero Enduro taking the overall in the Pro Women’s division and 13th overall against all the guys.
Kacy’s husband, Travis Coy, finished 3rd overall.
The Dakar Rally is underway and after Stage 3, last year’s winner, Sam Sunderland, is back in control of the lead and teammate and 2016 champion, Toby Price, is holding down the 3rd position. You can follow the race results HERE.
The Moto-9 Flex is the most advanced helmet we've ever made, designed to manage linear and rotational energy to the head in certain low, mid, and high-speed impacts. The Moto-9 Flex is quickly setting a new level for rider protection in motocross and off-road racing.
Since its introduction back in 1967, the Bell Star has long represented the standard in head protection. Revered as the first full-face helmet on the market, the Bell Star inspired an industry to pursue the science of head protection. That obsession with helmet innovation continues today. See the video below…