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World Enduro Super Series launch

New 2018 series brings together some of the most iconic events on the calendar.

The World Enduro Super Series has been launched for the 2018 season and will bring together some of the most iconic events on the calendar.

Thursday, 07 December 2017 18:25 Published in News


Roller-Coaster Ride for Lampkin

British biker still finding adrenaline rushes at abandoned Milan theme park: Dougie Lampkin has taken motorbike stunts to new levels in his long career. After pulling off his astonishing 60.725km wheelie around the Isle of Man TT course last year, the abandoned GreenLand theme park nearly 30km north of Milan is the latest setting for his two-wheel wizardry.

Wednesday, 29 November 2017 16:29 Published in Multimedia


PRICE TAKES ANOTHER VICTORY IN DAKAR RALLY STAGE EIGHT

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Toby Price on Monday resumed his Dakar Rally challenge in Argentina with another stage win as riders set out on the second half of this 9,000 km epic.  It was the Australian’s fourth stage victory so far in this edition and he now assumes the overall lead by a narrow two minutes 05 seconds margin over Portugal’s Paolo Goncalves.

Tuesday, 12 January 2016 09:52 Published in Race Reports


DUNGEY PLACES SECONDS AT OPENING SUPERCROSS EVENT

Red Bull KTM factory rider Ryan Dungey opened his account for another title bid on Saturday night at Anaheim1 at the Angel Stadium when the 2016 AMA Supercross season got underway with an impressive second place in the 450-class opener.

Monday, 11 January 2016 10:02 Published in Race Reports


KTM’S PRICE TAKES HIS SECOND STAGE VICTORY IN DAKAR RALLY 2016

Red Bull KTM factory rider Toby Price was in form on Thursday to take his second Dakar Rally stage win in the current edition as this offroad epic crossed from Argentina into Bolivia. The Australian rider competed the stage, which was also characterized by a climb to 4600 meters altitude, in four hours three minutes and 44 seconds. He moved from seventh in the overall rankings up to third and is now just one minute 47 seconds behind the leader.

Friday, 08 January 2016 11:22 Published in Race Reports


KTM'S PRICE PUTS IN A SOLID DAY TO FINISH FIFTH IN DAKAR STAGE 4

Red Bull KTM factory rider Toby Price of Australia put in a very strong day’s ride in Stage 4 of the Dakar Rally on Wednesday to be the fastest KTM finisher in the first half of the marathon stage.

It was a good recovery from the previous day when he had some problems and finished back at 38th place. He was fifth fastest and was four minutes 01 off the pace of stage winner Paolo Goncalves of Portugal. Goncalves advanced to the top spot on the score sheets after the original stage winner, Spaniard Joan Barreda, picked up a five-minute speeding penalty. Price is now seventh in the overall rankings just behind his factory teammate Austrian Matthias Walkner, who was 14th in Wednesday’s stage.

Thursday, 07 January 2016 10:09 Published in Race Reports


NEWCOMER MEO FASTEST RED BULL KTM FACTORY RIDER IN DAKAR STAGE 3

Red Bull KTM’s Antoine Meo on Tuesday continued to discover his taste for rally raid when he was the fastest KTM factory rider over a shortened third stage of the Dakar Rally. Spain’s Joan Barreda eventually won the stage, which took riders a total distance of 663km from Termas de Río Hondo to San Salvadore de Jujuy.

Wednesday, 06 January 2016 11:37 Published in Race Reports


1,500 motocross riders ready for the world’s biggest beach race

Seven days of digging, 4,500 trucks filled with sand, five kilometers of fencing and 63 containers in place – The Hague is ready for Red Bull Knock Out. This weekend, 1,500 motocrossers will compete in the ultimate beach race, fighting the sea, sand and stormy winds of the Dutch city.

Friday, 27 November 2015 16:40 Published in News


Stewart brothers sweep Red Bull Straight Rhythm

James and Malcolm Stewart both rose to the top of the podium in their respective classes in the second Red Bull Straight Rhythm, held at the former horse track at Fairplex in Pomona, Calif.  Malcolm Stewart, younger brother to James, did not lose a single race in the best-of-three bracket format that pitted two riders against each other on ½ mile track.  On the heels of Malcolm’s victory in the Lites Class, James battled it out in the Open Class to win his second Red Bull Straight Rhythm Championship.  The event marked his return to professional racing, as his last race was Red Bull Straight Rhythm in October 2014, which he also won.

Tuesday, 13 October 2015 16:08 Published in Feature Stories


Photo Report: Red Bull Sea to Sky

At the final hard enduro of the season Graham Jarvis broke Jonny Walker's clean sweep of the season with a win.

Friday, 09 October 2015 11:31 Published in Feature Stories


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