The country’s fastest racers head to Canada Heights in Kent this weekend for Sunday’s third round of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean and before a wheel’s even been turned in competition we know there will be a change at the top of the MX1 standings.
Lewis Gregory will take a break from racing while he fully recovers from injuries he's had this season.
His GL12 team announced: "Following Lewis’ crash at Hawkstone International when he was concussed and had a neck injury resulting in nerve problems we have tried a slow return to competitive racing to
Aussie Jay Wilson has announced he's quitting the GPs after racing six rounds for the JK Yamaha team. He started with the team in the UK Arenacross series then decided to stay in Europe to do GPs. There is no news yet of a replacement. But The team's Ken Bengtson
Red Bull KTM’s Trey Canard suffered a crash while testing for the upcoming AMA Pro Motocross Championship in California. Canard sustained an injury to his collarbone but plans to see a specialist today in order to determine the exact conclusion.
Canard was slated to line up at the opening round in
When the British two-stroke championship starts this weekend at Canada Heights, chances are the trickest bike on the line will be Lewis Trickett's Honda CR250. It started life as a 2007 CR250 but has been heavily modified by the ASA Scaffolding team. And it even includes much more modern CRF
Suzuki MXGP rider Kevin Strijbos will be sitting out the next few rounds of the MXGP season due to an elbow injury that he sustained at the MXGP of Trentino. After consultations with surgeons Dr Claes and Dr De Schrijver, it was decided that Strijbos would undergo surgery yesterday morning,
British MX2 champ Adam Sterry has announced on social media that he could be out for the rest of the season following a knee injury in the Valkenswaard GP on Sunday, but has since removed the statement.
After having to pull out from the first moto and not starting the second,
REVO Husqvarna UK’s Mel Pocock came with minutes of claiming a podium finish at round two of the EMX250cc championship at Valkenswaard in Holland at the weekend. After posting a strong seventh in the opening moto on his FC 250 Mel fought his way through the pack in race two.
For the first time ever, fans in Britain will be able to watch all the motos at the US Nationals on line. It'll cost $50 and you can also access replays of the 2016 and 2015 seasons too.
NBC Sports Digital's direct-to-consumer live streaming product—is launching a "Pro Motocross Pass," giving
Coming as close to a winning result without quite managing to top the podium, Nathan Watson finished just 0.29 seconds from the top spot in the EnduroGP class on day two, earning a well-deserved runner-up result for his efforts on the KTM 350 EXC-F. Unable, like many riders, to feel