Watson takes second French sand win

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Nathan Watson has secured his second consecutive victory in the Championnat de France des Sables. Putting in a strong performance throughout the two-hour 30-minute beach race, Watson initially crossed the finish line in second, but was later awarded the overall win. Milko Potisek crossed the

Martens talks switching to beach races

From Weston to Scheveningen and the crown jewel of them all: Le Touquet’s Enduropale, it seems beach races are getting ever more popular across Europe. One of the emerging stars of this specatular racing discipline is Yentel Martens, the former MX contender who battled for the EMX300 title with our

Carpenter hammers them at Weymouth

Motocross ace Jamie Carpenter defeated a line of top entries like Jake Shipton and world enduro champ Steve Holcombe in the 2018 staging of the AMCA Beach Motocross at Weymouth. The event was to prove extra special for Alf Stearn, chairman of the organising Purbeck MXC. Not only was this Alf’s 25th

Who will win Weymouth?

It’s the always popular AMCA Weymouth Beach Motocross event this coming Sunday, October 28th and even before the entry deadline date had arrived, well over 300 riders have already signed up to go sand-surfing at the Dorset coastal venue. Organised by the Purbeck MXC in conjunction with the Weymouth and

Pocock’s wild Weston debut!

REVO Husqvarna UK made its dune debut on Sunday at the HydroGarden Weston Beach Race and came within 89 seconds of scoring a podium in the three-hour main race. Racing Husqvarna’s FX 350 Cross Country machine, Mel Pocock – in his first full assault on the UK’s biggest beach race

Watson second in French Beach Race opener

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Nathan Watson delivered a strong performance at the opening round of the French Beach Race Series in Berck-Sur-Mer to finish second. Teammate Camille Chapeliere made a positive start to the championship in sixth. The six round 2018/19 Championnat de France des Sables got underway with its

Kellett talks of his Weston treble

Local-hero Todd Kellett has made history by winning the 36thedition of the HydroGarden Weston Beach Race Powered by KTM. The Somerset ace clinched his third consecutive victory in the adult solo race aboard his Verde Substance KTM machine. In front of a record-breaking crowd, Kellett took on the seven-kilometre dune course

Kellett’s Weston hat-trick

Despite hurting his leg in the British championship finale last week, KTM's Todd Kellett took his third consecutive win in the Weston Beach Race today in front of a packed seafront. Second was AMCA man Ashley Greedy from Weston debutant and World Enduro Super Series leader Billy Bolt then former EMX250