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2016-01-10 16:03:19
Cole Has A Great Night In Anaheim
ANAHEIM, CA - Factory HRC Honda rider Cole Seely had a great night at the opening round of Monster Energy AMA Supercross aboard his CRF450. After a red flag restart, Cole got the holeshot and went on to lead the first 11 laps of the 450SX Premier Class main event.
2016-01-09 00:37:04
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2016-01-08 16:18:17
Seely Undergoes Successful Surgery on Right Shoulder
Team Honda HRC rider Cole Seely is now in recovery after undergoing a successful operation to his right shoulder this afternoon at Newport Center Surgical in Newport Beach, California, where Dr. Warren G. Kramer repaired a Bankart lesion in the glenoid labrum.
2016-01-08 16:23:26
BREAKING NEWS: Cole Seely Wins His First 450 Supercross In Houston
HOUSTON, TX - Cole Seely has won his first 450 AMA Supercross event in Houston, Texas tonight and has moved into 3rd place in the points standings. Cole had the fastest lap of the night and defeated Ryan Dungey who finished...
2016-01-08 16:18:53
Cole Finishes 2nd At Anaheim 3
ANAHIEM, CA - Factory Honda rider Cole Seely has his best 450 Premier Class finish of all-time finishing 2nd at Anaheim 3. Seely charged towards the lead but was unable to catch Ryan Dungey, finishing only a few seconds behind.
2016-01-08 16:19:04
Seely Makes His Full-Time 450cc Premier Class Debut Tonight
ANAHEIM, CA - Cole Seely is set to make his full-time debut in the 450cc Supercross Premier class tonight in Anaheim, California at Round 1 of the AMA Supercross Series. Seely will pilot the #14 American Factory Honda CRF450.
2016 Monster Energy Supercross Schedule
Anaheim, California
Angel Stadium
Finish: 3rd
San Diego, California
Petco Park
Finish: 3rd
Anaheim, California
Angel Stadium
Finish: 6th
Oakland, California Coliseum
Finish: 6th
Phoenix, Arizona
U. of Phoenix Stadium
Finish: 8th
San Diego, California
Petco Park
Finish: ?
Arlington, Texas
AT&T Stadium
Finish: ?
Atlanta, Georgia
Georgia Dome
Finish: ?
Daytona, Florida
Daytona Int. Speedway
Finish: ?
Toronto, Ontario
Rogers Centre
Finish: ?
Detroit, Michigan
Ford Field
Finish: ?
Santa Clara, California
Levi's Stadium
Finish: ?
St. Louis, Missouri
Edward Jones Dome
Finish: ?
East Rutherford, New Jersey
Metlife Stadium
Finish: ?
Las Vegas, Nevada
Sam Boyd Stadium
Finish: ?
The Team
Cole Seely
Cole Seely’s road to a successful racing career and a ride with the factory Honda team was a little unconventional compared to most of his competition. Seely was never an amateur standout and even quit racing for a brief period at age 16, but his passion for racing brought him back. His pure talent and his background as an amateur BMX racer prepared him well for when he turned pro in 2009 and signed with the Troy Lee Designs Honda team for the following season.

In 2011, Seely tallied a pair of supercross victories, both in the 250 West class. He added another win to his belt the following year and also put in four supercross appearances as a substitute rider aboard the injured Trey Canard’s CRF450R. Seely had another successful 250SX campaign in 2013, riding to third place in the series points standings.

The 2014 season is when the Californian came into his own, notching a pair of 250SX West wins and challenging for the class title up until the final round, before eventually settling for second. In addition, while subbing for the factory Honda team at three supercross rounds, Seely scored a podium finish in the premier 450 class, finishing second at Indianapolis.

In 2015, Cole Seely won his first 450 Premier Class race in Houston and finished 3rd in overall points aboard his Factory HRC Honda CRF450R.
Rich Simmons
Rich Simmons has been Cole's personal mechanic for a number of years, including their time together at Troy Lee Designs and now Factory Honda HRC.
Jeff Ward
Riding Coach
Jeff is Cole's riding coach, 7-time AMA Motocross Champion, a member of the Motorcycle Hall of Fame and the Motorsports Hall of Fame.
Brian Lopes
Brian is Cole's personal trainer, professional mountain bike racer. He has won a total of 18 titles – 9 NORBA National Championships, 6 UCI World Cup wins and 4 UCI World Championship titles.
Brian Siegrist
Brian has been Cole's agent since Cole's days riding mini-bikes. Brian owns Disruptive Concepts and manages other high-profile riders.
Mikey Ojeda
Troy Lee Designs
Mikey is Cole's long-time friend and former assistant. Mikey is now the Director of Pro Rider Support at Troy Lee Designs and makes sure Cole is dialed in for every race.
Greg Jackson
Greg is Cole's technology developer. Greg has been with Cole since he started riding with Troy Lee Designs and makes sure his web and mobile site are on point.

Brian Siegrist

Simon Cudby

Greg Jackson