Aranda takes opening UK Arenacross main

Team Green Kawasaki’s new-signing Greg Aranda proved to be something of a cool customer as he set about blitzing the Pro 450 class, winning both class Main Events and the inaugural Arenacross Super Final, where 450s met 250s head in the first round of the 2019 Arenacross Tour at The

Dean Wilson leaves Social Media

Dean Wilson

As we move closer to the 2019 Supercross season, kicking off on January 5th at its usual opening venue, Anaheim Stadium. California based British star Dean Wilson has announced on his Instagram account that is leaving social media - don't worry it's not for good, fingers crossed he should be back

Team Green Supermini Arenacross squad revealed

Twelve lucky 11-to-14-year-old have been selected to contest the first single-make race series ever to be staged in the history of the Arenacross Tour, the Team Green Supermini Cup. The chosen riders were revealed on the Arenacross stand at the NEC’s Motorcycle Live last Saturday, where they got to meet the

Second op for injured Peick

Weston Peick is recovering nicely at Hôpital Pitié-Salpêtrière after a seven hour surgery to address his multiple facial fractures following his crash at the Paris Supercross last weekend. The Road2recovery charity has said that: "This surgery went longer than expected due to the extensive trauma to and around his eyes and nose. According

Peick put into induced coma after surgery

American Suzuki rider Weston Peick has had surgery and remains in an induced come following his crash at the Paris Supercross at the weekend. His fiancee has released the following statement: "Thank-you for all your thoughts and prayers for Weston and I as he recovers from this awful crash. Updating is

Peick hurt as Anderson takes Paris

Reigning US Supercross champion Jason Anderson won the Paris Supercross event this weekend, just a few days after winning in Sydney. Second at Paris, local hero Dylan Ferrandis got a huge support from the fans to get a podium result between Anderson and Zach Osborne in front of 33,000 spectators

Injured Musquin out for Paris Supercross

Rumours that factory KTM ace Marvin Musquin has injured his knee have now been confirmed as Paris Supercross organisers have revealed he'll be replaced by JGR Suzuki team-mates Weston Peick and Justin Hill for the event at the U-Arena this weekend. Musquin hurt his knee in the US while testing this

65s are back in Arenacross U-turn

Two-stroke 65s are back and the electric bikes are out for 2019 as Arenacross promoter ASL will not run its proposed Kuberg AX E-Cup series for 2019, and will instead revitalise its 65cc youth class for one more year. This unexpected turn of events is largely due to lack of rider

Crescent Yamaha’s Barr targets Arenacross

New Crescent Yamaha signing, Northern Ireland’s Martin Barr is the latest high-profile Pro motocross racer to sign up for the 2019 Arenacross Tour. A few weeks ago, the 31-year-old from Ballyclare was without a ride for next year and his motocross racing career looked a little bleak but, ever one to

Wilson second in Aus-X

Briton Dean Wilson took second overall place in the Australian Aus-X Supercross, his first race in six months since coming back from injury. He had two thirds and a second, while fellow Husky rider Jason Anderson took a clean sweep by winning all three main events. Dan Reardon took third from