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ROCZEN and MARTIN WIN AT NEW INDIANA TRACK

ROCZEN and MARTIN WIN AT NEW INDIANA TRACK Ken Roczen and Jeremy Martin had no idea what to expect at the new track...but it didn't make a difference because they were too fast to care! Martin clinched his first 250cc Class win so congrats to him and Roczen stuck it to Dungey here as well..

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RYAN DUNGEY WINS UNADILLA!

RYAN DUNGEY WINS UNADILLA! Exciting racing all around in upstate New York at the Unadilla national track as Fly Racing sponsored Trey Canard took the second 450 in a barn burner. Ryan Dungey was the overall winner after a fast and furious day of racing up and down the historic hills and Gravity Cavity. Race results and quotes are right here...

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NINETEEN NEW CHAMPIONS AT LORETTA LYNN'S!

NINETEEN NEW CHAMPIONS AT LORETTA LYNN'S! The final 250 A moto showcased perhaps some of the most exciting action within the A divisions, capping off with a close battle for the lead between Hampshire and Luke Renzland. In attempt to end Hampshire's perfect record, Renzland dug deep in Moto 3 and applied pressure on the newly crowned champion...

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DUNGEY DOES IT IN WASHOUGAL!

DUNGEY DOES IT IN WASHOUGAL! As he did in the first moto, Dungey seized the opportunity on the opening lap and jumped from fourth to first in one corner, immediately pulling away. Tomac wasted little time following Dungey through, moving into the top three, picking off multiple riders to secure second by Lap 2.

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HONDA ANNOUNCES NEW TRIALS BIKES FOR 2015!

HONDA ANNOUNCES NEW TRIALS BIKES FOR 2015! "Last year we unveiled the COTA 4RT Race Replica, a hard-core bike made for national-level competition. That bike returns for 2015 with some important new features. The new COTA 4RT260 we’re introducing is designed and priced for riders entering the sport; those who compete at local and regional levels, rather than in national-level and pro events."

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IVAN TEDESCO RETIRES FROM RACING

IVAN TEDESCO RETIRES FROM RACING Ivan Tedesco has decided to retire. "It's never easy to quit something you've done for so long, but the time has come where racing just isn't the same as it used to be," says Tedesco. "I always told myself when the day comes that I'm not competitive anymore; I need to walk away; that time is now."

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