Want to know Honda’s secret sauce in their race bike, what ace racer Marc Marquez thinks about Jorge Lorenzo going to Ducati, or his thoughts on “the kick?” Yeah, so does everyone else, because all the racers keep giving canned responses. So I asked him some different questions from you guys, and got some even better…
Earlier this year, Monster released a YouTube series on Supercross called Behind The Dream. They’re following that up with a new series called Chasing The Dream that dives a little deeper into the history of the riders competing this season and a behind the scenes look as the season progresses.
Monster Energy Supercross makes its way to Daytona International Speedway for tonight’s race. The build starts just days after the Daytona 500 and, with the track not set in a stadium like the other races of the season, the layout is always a doozy. Watch the whole thing come together in under a minute.
Seems like there are often NASCAR drivers in the pits and standing trackside at Supercross events, but this Saturday the two will pair for their first official partnership. And of course they’re making Danica hold the 30-second board.
Wheaties cereal boxes have featured famous athletes since 1934, but never a motorcyclist—until now. 2015 Monster Energy Supercross Champion and KTM rider Ryan Dungey is the first rider on a Wheaties boxes, but hopefully not the last.
Saturday night marked the season opener for the 2016 Monster Energy Supercross season, and it definitely did not disappoint—unless you’re like me and a fan of Bubba Stewart, the poor guy getting knocked out cold in the .gif above. There were tons of crashes, passes, and even a mid-race fight! Here’s what went down and…
At last night’s Supercross season opener in Anaheim, California, Yahama rider Weston Peick was taken out by Vince Friese and responded... poorly. Use your words, kids.
If you’re like me, today is sort of like Opening Day in baseball. Every motorcycle and gear manufacturer is posting all sorts of amazing content all over social media as we await that first gate drop tonight in Anaheim. Of all the videos I’ve watched this morning, this one from Honda got me the most excited.
Supercross is the most popular form of motorcycle racing in the U.S., and the 2016 is set to be the most televised season to date with all the races making their way onto TV screens on computers, with several races hitting FOX Broadcast Network. Here’s how to watch it!
I promised you I was going to spend all fall making you fall in love with Supercross and well, to be honest, I failed miserably. Yep, totally dropped the ball. But. BUT. Monster also wants you to fall in love with Supercross, and they’ve made this great little series to get you caught up on the players.
Ah, fall. The sun is setting early, the rest of the county is cooling while southern California is the hottest it will get all year, and both my fantasy football team and the Niners are sucking. Only one thing could redeem all of this nonsense: Supercross. Consider this your Supercross starter kit.
This whole GoPro video, showing riders Ken Roczen and Ryan Villopoto duking it out for the lead at the 450SX Class Supercross race at the Georgia Dome earlier this week, is insane.
Okay, enough pussy-footing around with these bastardized Corvettes. Let's slide some proper monster trucks into the day. Nitro Circus provides what may be the most well- choreographed extreme stunts and general displays of insanity. To make things even better, they set their work to excellent soundtracks. This is a …