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WORCS Dirt Bike Racing

WORCS (World Off Road Championship Series) is one of America's premier off-road dirt bike racing series. Follow the WORCS dirt bike racing results here on the MotoUSA WORCS dirt bike racing page.
Featured WORCS Dirt Bike Racing Stories
Robby Bells WORCS Round 5 Report 2015
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Check out Robby Bell's report of the WORCS round 5 race at Sand Hollow, Utah.
Robby Bells WORCS Round 4 Report 2015
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Robby Bell recounts the 2015 WORCS Round 4 stop at Lake Havasu, a favorite stop for Bell as its the site of his first ever WORCS podium back in 2007.
Robby Bells WORCS Round 3 Report 2015
Tuesday, March 03, 2015
Robby Bell recounts the technical, demanding Pro WORCS race at Canyon MX Park, Round 3 of the 2015 series.
Robby Bells WORCS Round 1 Report 2015
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Robby Bell reports from WORCS Round 1 of 2015 in Taft, California, where a focus on an improved start proved advantageous to the off-road ace.
Sutherlin Wins WORCS Championship
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Gary Sutherlin wins the WORCS Championship.
Robby Bells WORCS Round 8 Report 2014
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Robby Bell returns to southern California for WORCS Round 8 of 2014 at Glen Helen, where he battled to keep hope alive of taking this year's title.
2013 WORCS Racing Schedule/WORCS Racing Results
1/18-20 2013
Peoria, AZ WORCS
2/8-10 2013
3/15-17 2013
Lake Havasu, AZ WORCS
4/19-21 2013
Hurricane, UT WORCS
Hurricane WORCS Results
5/10-12 2013
Suprise, AZ WORCS
Suprise WORCS Results
7/12-14 2013
Pala WORCS Results
8/9-11 2013
Devore, CA WORCS
Devore WORCS Results
9/13-15 2013
Milford, CA WORCS
Milford WORCS Results
10/11-13 2013
Taft WORCS Results
2013 WORCS Championship Points
Men at WORCS Dirt Bike Features
Men at WORCS Nathan Woods
Team FMF Suzuki Off-Road is led by the winningest rider in WORCS history. Two-time champ, Nathan Woods, is raring to go after missing several races due to injury.
Men at WORCS Timmy Weigand
At 29 years old, Timmy Weigand is arguably one of the most professional riders in the industry. Timmy currently rides for the new Johnny Campbell Racing Honda team.