Want to hang with the 2017 Dakar Rally champion at the French beach race? You’ll need to get whipping…
Sam Sunderland winning the 2017 Dakar Rally elevated him to proper two-wheel hero status. And now, Red Bull is giving you a chance to ride with the man himself at the world-famous Le Touquet beach race
By Dick Law. Ben and Nathan Watson’s attempt at round three of the French sand racing championship didn’t quite go according to plan at the weekend as the brothers suffered at the hands of the French organisers and some mistakes of their own making.
Despite winning the first two rounds at
By Dick Law. British MX2 champion Ben Watson will make his Yamaha debut and go head-to-head with his big brother Nathan this weekend at round three of the French sand racing championship at Saint Leger of Balson.
Ben will be making his first competitive outing on a 450 Kemea Yamaha, the team
By Dick Law. Milko Potisek crossed the channel from France to snatch Sunday’s £1000 big bucks beach race at Skegness, leaving the rest of the riders to eat sand as he finished the three-hour event a whole lap in fount of the young and talented Jake Edey in second and
By Dick Law. As the first day of racing came to a close at the AMCA’s annual Skegness beach race, Harry Walker climbed on to the top step of the quad race podium while the pairing of Alun Davis and Jayden Bowman won the sidecar event.
“I had a good couple
Nathan Watson on his works KTM showed the European sand specialists how to do it at the Moto Club Du Littoral, round two of the French sand racing championship (Ronde des Sables) at Loon Plage just outside Dunkirk in north eastern France at the weekend. Watson had already won the first
With the likes of French ace Miko Potisek, Nathan Parker, Dan Thornhill, James Hutchinson and triple victor Nathan Watson already on the roll of honour, you can rightly expect this weekend’s big AMCA Skegness Beach to be a very competitive affair! There’s a lovely £1,000 cheque awaiting the eventual winner
Even ‘storm Brian’ couldn’t stop the mighty Purbeck MXC from staging the 2017 AMCA Weymouth Beach Moto-cross! And, what a very successful event it was with a massive 340 riders, a large crowd watching all the action for FREE and the organising club able to hand over a cheque for
With already nearly 300 riders entered, this Sunday’s AMCA Weymouth Beach Motocross looks set to be another outstanding event. And, promoted by the hard-working Purbeck MXC in conjunction with the local Weymouth and Portland Lions Club, the 2017 bash has certainly attracted a very interesting starting list!
Topping the Expert entry
By Dick Law. Local lad Todd Kellett won his second Hydrogarden Weston Beach Race in a row with relative ease as he led the over eight hundred starters from the start of the three hour long gruelling race and was never really challenged on Sunday.
“It’s like a dream come true”