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Jason Anderson and Joey Savatgy are the latest riders to earn career numbers.
Kawasaki has filled a huge void left by the retirement of Ryan Villopoto.
Bogle has locked in a ride for 2016 after some offseason uncertainty.
The series debut documents Ken Roczen's transition to a brand new team for 2015.
A look at the divergent paths that Dungey and Roczen have taken.
Follow Dungey and Roczen to Florida for a look at their training programs.
Ryan Dungey's fellow riders aren’t the only things he’s up against on race day.
Dungey needs to halt Barcia's momentum. Roczen deals with a family crisis.
The season finale follows Dungey, Roczen and Barcia through the final rounds.
Following a successful season, Barcia has signed a two-year extension.
The team has locked up the core of its 450 Class lineup to long-term deals.
The two time Loretta Lynn's champion will turn pro for the 2016 season.
Plessinger was the lone rookie to win a race in the 250 Class and finished 6th in points.
The GEICO Honda rookie made continuous strides, ultimately finishing inside the top ten in points.
Early-season dominance from Tomac, a mid-season revival of Craig, and a late-season surge from the young guns.
The season wrapped with an awards ceremony, then a trip to the Lucas Estate.
Awards were handed out. Fun was had. Here's what went down after the final round.