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
Until Friday 30th June 2017, the four-stroke KX450F is available on a 0% APR Hire Purchase finance offer over 36 months with a minimum deposit of 10% of the retail price of £6849 – meaning it could cost as little as £171 a month over three years with a £693
Husqvarna is to follow the lead of sister company KTM and fit fuel injection to its 2018 model 250 and 300cc two-stroke enduro bikes. It's though the motocross range of two-strokes will get the EFI technology a year later. Husky's official statament says:
Husqvarna Motorcycles proudly announce the introduction of their
Suzuki’s Arenacross championship-winning RM-Z450 will be available on 0% finance from April 1, along with the RM-Z250, which currently leads the World MX2 championship.
In the hands of Thomas Ramette, Suzuki’s RM-Z450 has won the Arenacross title for the last three years in a row with SR75 World Team Suzuki, and
Honda's sibling company Mugen unveiled this monstrous-looking electric bike at the Tokyo bike show this week and a version of it is being investigated as a future production bike, but without the odd styling, we can exclusively reveal.
It's called the E-Rex - after the famous T-Rex dinosaur. Hence the very
Yamaha has unveiled its new factory race bike which is based on the new 2018 production YZF450 that features a brand new frame, swingarm, bodywork and an electric start. The machine, to be raced in the All-Japan championship by Yu Hirata, has some factory or aftermarket parts already fitted but
KTM reaches a major global milestone by announcing that it will unveil the world’s first serial production fuel injection 2-stroke Enduro machines at an official launch this coming May. The KTM 250 EXC TPI and KTM 300 EXC TPI models will be introduced to the market as part of the model
You may have seen photos of the all-new bike that the factory Suzuki team wheeled out at the Hawsktone Park International, officially a 2018 model with all the factory bits on it. But what's really new on the bike?
What is most obvious is that the bike may be new, but
Check out the factory Yamaha YZF450s of ex world champ Romain Febvre and Jeremy Van Horebeek on the Rinaldi team, and the bikes of Shaun Simpson and Arnaud Tonus on the Wilvo MXGP team! And have a look at their cool launch video, too!
Former GP and AMA mechanic Rob "Doc Wobs" Walters has helped French youngster Gaeten Le Hir onto some cool Honda CRF450s for the FRO Systems PAR Elite team in the UK Arenacross series that kicks off tonight. The pair of 2016 CRF450s were prepared by Wobs' crew and feature factory