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It’s a bit of a GP special as we have all the action and behind-the-scenes
Crescent Yamaha team-mates Jake Shipton and Martin Barr won both pro classes at last weekend’s re-scheduled round one of this year Bridgestone British Masters at Culham in Oxfordshire. Shipton, with a second and a first place won the pro MX1s while Barr did the same in the pro MX2s.
Buildbase Honda's Lewis Tombs dominated the expert class across all three races in the opening round of the Bickers Lifting / Stebbings Car Superstore ACU Eastern Motocross Championship at the Blaxhall Circuit near Woodbridge. In the opening race Tombs took the lead on the opening lap and took victory by
The Beta factory in Italy has been targeted by thieves who have stolen a batch of brand new bikes.
A statement from beta says: Our warehouse in Rignano was broken up and a batch of motorbikes was stolen (RR 2T 125/200/250/300 and XTrainer). We recommend you to pay the utmost
The ACU and AMCA Commit to Conduct More Drug and Alcohol Testing
The Auto Cycle Union (ACU) and Amateur Motor Cycle Association (AMCA) have adopted a joint approach to tackle the increasing issue of drug and alcohol abuse. The two organisations are holding internal seminars to further educate its Directors and
The Whaddon track has been saved despite the Aylesbury Vale District Council issung a prohibition notice earlier this year, ceasing all motorcycle activity on the site.
The ACU stepped in to help the organisers work with the council to secure the Buckinghamshire facility for the future. Stuart Drummond of the
With five overall moto victories in 2019, Austin Forkner season was set to end in Supercross silverware. Unfortunately on Saturday night in Nashville the Kawasaki rider hurt his knee in a nasty crash early on in the evening. He posted that he needs to check it out with the specialists
Tim Gasjer took his first overall MXGP win in more than a year after two nail-biting races with Tony Cairoli at Arco in Italy.
Both races saw the men battle hard at the front, leaving the pack behind them. In the first moto the Honda man managed to stay ahead when
Check out the main events form the Nashville Supercross, where the 450s and 250s continue their battle for the Monster Energy crown.
Tomorrows main races could be closer than we all thought.
Tim Gajser takes the MXGP qualifying race win from homeboy Tony Cairoli and Arnaud Tonus.
In MX2 Jorge Prado took the checkers, 10 seconds ahead of Jago Geerts and Tom Vialle. Roll on tomorrow.