Suzuki has introduced the RM Army program, which makes more than $6 million in contingency available at the amateur level for motocross, supercross, and off-road racing in 2017.
Answer Racing has announced a three-year agreement with the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing MXGP team. The team will consist of eight-time World Champion Antonio Cairoli and second-year MXGP class rider Glenn Coldenhoff.
The Raines Riding University/atlas Yamaha/offroadviking/trail Jesters team has announced its lineup for the 2017 GNCC season, and it consists of South Carolina’s Braxton Mcgee, North Carolina’s Trevor Barrett, Connecticut native Zach Toth, and South Carolina’s Brody Johnson.
Former Women’s Motocross competitor and three-time Loretta Lynn’s title winner Mackenzie Tricker from Australia will ride the GNCC series in 2017 on a KTM 250 SX-F provided by KTM Australia.