Injured motocross champion Ken Roczen is finally able to get back on the bike, and he sits down for an interview about his recovery with TW MOTOCROSS. The post Injured pro motocross champ Ken Roczen finally gets back on his bike; video appeared first on GrindTV.com.
Christian Craig, who is slated to fill-in for the injured Ken Roczen this summer in Lucas Oil Pro Motocross, will use the upcoming Salt Lake City Supercross as a chance to get accustomed to the 450.
TORRANCE, Calif. (April 4, 2017) – Team Honda HRC is happy to announce that current GEICO Honda rider Christian Craig will fill in for the injured Ken Roczen throughout the entire 12-round AMA Pro Motocross series. Craig will pilot a...Show More Summary
With Ken Roczen out for the remainder of the 2017 season, Honda HRC has tabbed current GEICO Honda 250 rider Christian Craig to fill-in for the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship set to begin on May 20 at Hangtown.
Kenny—honest as always—tells us about his injury and recovery.
In a interview with FS1’s Ralph Sheheen, Roczen said he is back to feeling “somewhat normal”.
Martin to make 450SX debut on March 11.
Courtesy of Honda Racing Corporation, Photo by Simon Cudby Jeremy Martin TORRANCE, Calif. (Mar. 1, 2017) – Team Honda HRC announced today that current GEICO Honda rider Jeremy Martin will fill in for the injured Ken Roczen at the Daytona Supercross by Honda on March 11. Show More Summary
With input from Ryan Dungey, Ken Roczen, and Ricky Carmichael.
Team Honda HRC's Episode 2 features Ken Roczen and Cole Seely attempt to work on a CRF450R. With Cole Seely and Ken Roczen having an entire crew of people behind them, it’s not very often that they’re required to work on their own CRF450R. Do they even know how? Find out in episode 2 of Team Honda HRC’s REDefined series. Watch the episode below:
This interview was obviously conducted prior to Roczen's injuries suffered at A2.
DR test editor Kris Keefer gives insight on Round 4 of the 2017 AMA Monster Energy Supercross Series in Phoenix, Arizona. Who said that the Monster Energy Supercross Series would be boring now that Ken Roczen is out injured? Well, I think I said that at least once or twice and now I am eating my words. Show More Summary
Pictured above is Ken Roczen, supercross rider, in his happy place. He’s on a bike (kinda) and in the air. Pictured below is Ken Roczen in a slightly less desired position. His arm has been opened up. Read more...
Watch the video of Ken Roczen's crash that left him with a dislocated wrist, dislocated elbow and compounded radius. Watch the video of Ken Roczen's crash that left him with a dislocated wrist, dislocated elbow and compounded radius....Show More Summary
After a terrible crash at Anaheim 2 Supercross occurred, Ken Roczen was sidelined with a dislocated wrist, dislocated elbow and compounded radius and needed immediate surgeries to start the healing process. Check in on Ken Roczen's latest injury update(s) after a terrible crash at Anaheim 2, Round 3 of the 2017 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series. Show More Summary
Ping and Jason Weigandt join Steve Matthes to discuss Ken Roczen's crash, Ryan Dungey's win, Jason Anderson's disqualification, and more.
Ken Roczen’s injuries sustained Saturday night are worse than initially thought.
Up until Saturday night, Ken Roczen’s season in Monster Energy Supercross was going quite well. He won the first two events of the season, and went into the third race in Anaheim, California as the points leader ahead of the dominant defending champion Ryan Dungey. Then, this happened. Read more...
Roczen injured in Anaheim.
Replay of Roczen's crash.