Former British champion Brad Anderson has taken the painful decision to miss this weekend's British championship at Desertmartin to give his injured right knee more chance to heal.
Hard man Ando, who hurt the knee at the British GP yet rode in immense pain to take the EMX300 win, has left
Arenacross ace Jack Brunell is to join the two-stroke revolution and race a KTM 250 in the Hitachi ASA KTM team in the UK for the rest of the season.
He’ll compete in the two-stroke class in the Maxxis British championship, kicking off this weekend at Desertmartin in Northern Ireland.
After unveiling images of some of its new 2019 motocross range recently, Husqvarna has now taken the wraps fully off its new bikes. And following the lead of sister firm KTM as the two brand share the majority of the technology, the bikes are lighter and more powerful across the
Elliott Banks-Browne on his Geartec Husqvarna once again, with two pro MX1 race wins, climbed on to the top step of the winner’s podium at round three of this year’s Bridgestone British Masters at a blustery Preston Docks race track, writes Dick Law.
But while Banks-Browne was doing his thing in
Max Anstie took his first podium finish of the year at Ottobiano in Italy and said: “It’s awesome to be back up here on the podium. It has been such a difficult start to the season with things seemingly going from bad to worse. I felt so strong at the beginning
It was a great weekend for the Brits at the 11th round of the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship at the Ottobiano circuit in Italy as Max Anstie took third place overall in the MXGP class and Ben Watson was fifth in MX2. Anstie took third in the opener, after making
The world motocross championship will go to Hong Kong in 2019. The announcement, made just after the qualifying races at today’s Fiat Professional MXGP of Lombardia, was given by Youthstream President Giuseppe Luongo, who was joined by FIM Europe President, Dr. Wolfgang Srb, FIM/CMS Director, Tony Skillington, Moonmoto Hong Kong CEO & organizer of the MXGP
At the end of a showery and overcast first day of racing at round three of the Bridgestone British Masters at the excellent Preston Docks venue, the lead in most of the classes couldn’t have been closer which will mean it’s all to play for going in to day two
Title hopefuls and Revo Husqvarna team-mates Martin Barr and Mel Pocock lost ground to EMX250 championship leader Mathys Boisrame in the sandy Ottobiano opening race despite both Brits putting in strong rides.
Pocock, who started the race second in the series 13 points behind the Frenchman, set the fastest lap of
Max Anstie rode a strong MXGP qualifying race for fifth place in the heat of Ottobiano in Italy as Tony Cairoli fell, allowing a Yamaha one-two at the top of the podium.
With series leader Jeffrey Herlings recovering from a shoulder injury, everyone expected Cairoli to dominate. But a poor start