Ken Roczen underwent successful surgery on Friday at the Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado, according to the team.
Honda HRC’s Ken Roczen underwent an evaluation at the Alpinestars Mobile Medical Unit last night at round six of Monster Energy Supercross in San Diego.
Roczen talks about his struggle with the same race that nearly ended his career a year ago.
Cole Seely and Ken Roczen at the recent team photo shoot.
Rickey Carmichael is absent from the start of the 2004 AMA Supercross Championship, Ken Roczen wins the 2015 season opener, and more.
Yoshimura catches up with team riders Ken Roczen and Cole Seely.
RAW footage of Ken Roczen and the rest of the factory Honda riders SX testing
“I’m not afraid of failing. Absolutely not. A fail would have been me not trying to come back and jump on a bike again.”
Looking Forward To Supercross Ken Roczen came out swinging in 2017, winning the first two supercross races and looking like he had the field covered, until the crash that shattered his arm at Anaheim 2. It’s been a long road to recovery,...Show More Summary
Ken Roczen is getting ready for the start of the 2018 season in January.
Ken Roczen needs racing. And racing needs Ken Roczen.
Guests include Ken Roczen, Chad Reed, Ryan Villopoto and more.
The bracket has been released. Which rider is going to win the Ken Roczen Two-Stroke Shootout this Saturday at Red Bull Straight Rhythm?
"On track for A1 for sure. We have some time, but I have absolutely no time to waste, so I got to make it count every time I go to the track."
Ken on the mend and coming back to form
It’s official! The sounds and smells of the ‘90s are back with the Ken Roczen Two-Stroke Shootout at Red Bull Straight Rhythm.
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.