Freeman takes Junior world enduro crown

Briton Brad Freeman took his Beta to the World Junior enduro title after narrowly edging out Honda's Davide Soreca on the very last special test of the german Enduro GP. Despite having rear brake problems, Freeman won the special test to give him the overall victory on the day and clinch the

Garcia denies McCanney world enduro title

Josep Garcia put in a worthy championship winning performance during the eighth and final round of the FIM Enduro World Championship in Zschopau, Germany. The KTM 250 EXC-F mounted rider carried a healthy, 13-point championship advantage into the event, which he further extended before wrapping up the E2 title. A crash on Friday

Smets quits as Belgium Nations manager

Five times world champ Joel Smets has quit as manager of the Belgian Motocross of Nations team after 11 years. He says when he took on the role, he was working part-time but now has a full-time role at KTM, and a growing family he wants to spend spare time

Suzuki confirms axing all factory teams

Suzuki has finally officially confirmed it is to pull its factory teams out of the world championship MXGP and MX2 classes and the All-Japan series. And as it will also no longer have an official factory team in the USA, replaced by the private JGR effort, it means there will

Reed: I’ll race a Husky next year!

Chad Reed has announced he's going to ride a 450 Husqvarna in US Supercross next season, "probably do it one my own. Just get out there and have fun. Do it at a lower level," he said. "We'll do it right and build a bike that is competitive. But right now

Briton Holcombe is world enduro champ!

Briton Steve Holcombe has clinched the EnduroGP world championship after day one of the German event in Zschopau. It's his first crack at the blue riband class, coming a year after he won the Enduro 3 World Championship. And the Beta factory ace did it in style, winning the opening day of the

Fontanesi takes on the men in Japan

After a challenging yet highly rewarding season of WMX racing where she claimed her fifth FIM Women's Motocross World Title and etched her name into the history books as the most successful female motocross rider in the world, MX Fonta Yamaha Official WMX's Kiara Fontanesi has been invited out to

Musquin takes Straight Rhythm glory

Marvin Musquin again asserted his Red Bull Straight Rhythm dominance with a decisive win in the Open Class to take home the top spot for the second year in a row. The Frenchman has never lost a single heat in the race’s history, though the rabid pack of Open Class riders