After five months of waiting, the 2020 motocross world championships finally resume in Kegums, Latvia on August 9th where Team HRC riders Tim Gajser and Mitch Evans will be hoping to once again show the power of the Honda CRF450RW. With two race wins and two more podium finishes between… read more.
Earlier this month, three-time motocross world champion Tim Gajser did an online training session with Team HRC physio, Filippo Camaschella. Attached is the video footage of the training session, where you can learn a few easy home-based exercises which Tim uses to stay fit and healthy in this quarantine period.… read more.
On March 31st, Team HRC’s Mitch Evans had surgery on his right-shoulder back in Brisbane, Australia where the Honda rider is now recuperating. The initial prognosis from the doctors was good and the belief was that he would make a full and quick recovery. We caught up with youngster, who… read more.
Coming into the third round of the 2020 MXGP world championship, Team HRC’s Tim Gajser had won two of the four motos so far and was looking extremely strong on the brand-new Honda CRF450RW. Unfortunately, Mitch Evans had injured his shoulder and was unlikely to be travelling to Argentina. Then… read more.
Team HRC rider Mitch Evans is recovering nicely at home in Australia after having surgery on the right shoulder that he damaged in a crash at the second MXGP of the season in Valkenswaard, Netherlands. Performed by the respected Dr Steve Andrews at the Brisbane Private Hospital, the arthroscopic anterior… read more.
Team HRC’s Tim Gajser showed his continued improvement in the sand by posting excellent one-two moto results, tying him for the GP overall at the MXGP of the Netherlands. Despite starting from 33rd gate pick, which meant he was right on the outside of the starting grid, Gajser and his… read more.