Alex Martin

Alex Martin to Talk 2021 Pro Motocross on PulpMX Show Tonight

Off weekend here in the USA but plenty to talk about when it comes to the PulpMX Show, presented by, Fly Racing, and DeCal Works. Host Steve Matthes will welcome in Fly Racing’s Max Steffens and Jason Thomas and Firepower’s Kirk Alves to the studio to help talk about the USA racing as well as the FIM Motocross World Championship (MXGP) kick off in Russia.
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Jeremy and Alex Martin Injured at Thunder Valley

Thunder Valley was not kind to the Martin brothers. In the second qualifying session, Alex Martin went down hard and left the track holding his arm. Yesterday, he confirmed on Instagram that he sustained a fractured the radius and ulna in his right arm. He’s already undergone surgery. “Gutted to...
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Alex Martin Out for Thunder Valley National with Broken Arm

The hits just keep on coming for Alex Martin. The Manluk/Rock River Yamaha/Merge Racing rider took a hard crash in the second 250 qualifier today at the Thunder Valley National. He was taken to the hospital, and early reports indicate a broken arm. He's out for today, and while it's impossible to estimate how much time he'll miss without detailed information, he's likely to miss a significant chunk of time.

Jordon Smith, Alex Martin, and Jerry Robin on Orlando 2 Injuries - Supercross

At the opening round of the 250SX West Region, a handful of riders went down with injuries. Luckily, some riders will be lining up this weekend—Jordon Smith, Alex Martin, and Jerry Robin included. We rang up the trio to get their take on what happened at the opening round and their thoughts on the immediate weekend off before this weekend’s second round at Daytona International Speedway.

Alex Martin Talks Returning to Rock River Yamaha

Everyone’s favorite Troll has a new home! No, it’s not under a bridge but Alex Martin will be over on a new team that combines Rock River Yamaha, Manluk Racing, and Merge Racing. He’ll be the only rider on this team and he also gets back on a Yamaha, where he had his most success when he rode for the River Yamaha and Monster Energy/Star Yamaha squads a few years ago. Of course the last couple of years Alex rode for JGR Suzuki and produced solid results. Some people would say he was robbed of the national championship the last few years. Well, by “some people” I really just mean me. Anyone else? All about the Troll Train?