An Official ACU British Women’s Motocross Championship will run in 2021. This new and exciting Championship will hold the Official title of a British Champion at the end of the season. Organisers RHL Activities are introducing a WMX Adult Class and WMX 85cc Classes within the calendar for 2021. The Championships
Belgian Brent van Doninck exits the British championship to contest the 2021 MXGP World Championship alongside Calvin Vlaanderen at Gebben Van Venrooy Yamaha. Van Doninck, who raced for the ASA Husky team in the Pro Nationals in the UK this year, previously raced the MX2 GPs for Kemea Yamaha, DIGA-Process
Organised grassroots sport is allowed to resume from 2nd December across all levels, providing social distancing remains in place, although there will be some restrictions on highest-risk activity in tier three areas. Spectators at non-elite sports will be able to attend events in line with Covid-secure guidance for each tier. Additionally,
Carpenter with Crescent boss Paul Denning Jamie Carpenter has swapped from Husqvarna to ride a Yamaha with backing from mega-dealers Crescent in 2021. "Super excited to announce that I will be riding for Crescent Yamaha for the 2021 season. Massive thanks to Paul at Crescent and Adam at Yamaha for the opportunity.
REVO returns to the motocross paddock in 2021 with a two-rider REVO Seven Kawasaki team taking aim at major domestic MX1 silverware along with selected MXGP and EMX rounds. After taking a year out of competition, Team Principal Mark Yates has joined forces with Kawasaki UK and the Seven clothing brand
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing will field three racers in the MX2 category of the 2021 FIM Motocross World Championship after signing highly-rated Italian Mattia Guadagnini to ride the title-winning KTM 250 SX-F next season. Guadagnini is the 2020 EMX250 European Championship runner-up after owning nine motos in his first season