Welcome to Team Honda HRC – AMA SX/MX
With teammate Ken Roczen sidelined following his crash in San Diego, Team Honda HRC’s Cole Seely carried the torch for the factory squad at round seven in Arlington, Texas, and although he had hoped for a podium result, he was nonetheless pleased with his fifth-place performance. Seely emerged from the… read more.
Team Honda HRC had a night of ups and downs at the San Diego Supercross, as Cole Seely led over half of the main event before taking the checkered flag in fourth, while teammate Ken Roczen was sidelined after an incident with another rider. For the second consecutive week, Seely… read more.
Team Honda HRC’s Ken Roczen turned in an impressive performance aboard his CRF450R at round four of the AMA Supercross series in Glendale, Arizona, scoring his second podium result of the season with a third-place finish. When the gate fell for the main event, Roczen rounded the first turn in… read more.
Round 3 of the AMA Supercross series at Anaheim’s Angel Stadium, which hosted the first-ever Triple Crown event, saw Team Honda HRC’s Cole Seely capture second overall for his first podium result of the season, with an impressive 1-2-7 tally. When the gate dropped for the first of three 450SX… read more.
The first round of AMA Supercross, at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, was an exciting one for Team Honda HRC as it saw the return of Ken Roczen, who scored an impressive fourth-place finish after being sidelined for nearly a year. When the gate dropped for the main event, the German… read more.
The 2018 season is an exciting one for Team Honda HRC, with Ken Roczen and Cole Seely both on the hunt for wins and podium finishes in the AMA Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross series. Check out American Honda’s official team video, which showcases the riders preparing for battle aboard… read more.
The 2017 Monster Energy Cup didn’t go as planned for Team Honda HRC, as both Tim Gajser and Christian Craig were sidelined early after crashes in main events one and two, respectively. In the first race, both riders started on the left side of the split gate, with Craig coming… read more.
TORRANCE, Calif. (Oct. 5, 2017) – Following the recent Motocross of Nations, Team Honda HRC’s Cole Seely opted to undergo surgery on Wednesday, October 4, to remove a plate and four screws from the pinky finger of his right hand. With recovery time estimated at three weeks, Seely will miss… read more.