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RCH Suzuki Racing rider Ken Roczen on the shelf with an ankle injury

Sophomore sensation Ken Roczen will miss the next month of races due to an ankle injury suffered in a practice run in Atlanta. Roczen, the early season Monster Energy AMA Supercross points leader, will miss the upcoming races in Indianapolis, St. 88 more words

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Supercross: Ryan Dungey captures first Daytona win

For the first time in his career, Ryan Dungey won a Daytona Supercross race, compiling his fourth win of the season and extending his points lead in the 450 Class in the process. 326 more words

Supercross: Chad Reed returns to top of podium with victory in Atlanta

One of the eldest veterans active in the sport, 32-year-old Chad Reed once again proved why he’s a contender each time he lines up on the gate after earning the 450 Class win Saturday night at the Atlanta Supercross race. 335 more words

Canard holds off Roczen to win San Diego Supercross

American Honda’s Trey Canard earned the 450 Class win – his second in the last three races – at San Diego’s Petco Park, keeping him firmly in the Monster Energy Supercross championship hunt. 359 more words

Ryan Dungey gets first Supercross win of season at Anaheim III

Now that he has the championship lead, Ryan Dungey has no intention of letting it go. The Red Bull KTM rider captured his first 450SX victory of the season Saturday night at Anaheim III. 430 more words

Trey Canard wins Oakland Supercross, Ryan Dungey takes over 450SX points lead

For the first time since 2011, Trey Canard returned to the top of the podium in Monster Energy Supercross after taking the 450 Class win in Oakland. 279 more words

Ken Roczen extends 450SX points lead with Anaheim II Supercross win

For the second time in three weeks, a trip to Anaheim resulted in a 450 Class Supercross victory for Ken Roczen.

Andrew Short grabbed the early lead, but Roczen went straight to work – passing Davi Millsaps for second, then Andrew Short for the lead early in the race. 279 more words