Young aces go big at Culham

Round two of the Judd KTM British Youth National Championship and Steve Benton Transport British Under 21 Championship was held at Culham, Oxfordshire this weekend (May 12 & 13) where Archie Britton, Ashton Boughen, Bailey Johnston, Alfie Jones, Drew Anderson, Aaron-Lee Hanson and James Carpenter took the overall victories in

Action stations at Wroxton Masters

As day one of a fraught day of the Bridgestone Masters came to a close, three races had to be carried over to Sunday after three crashes took a while to sort out with the air ambulance making an unfortunate call which all delayed the event, writes Dick Law But

Youth aces take to the beach!

The final round of the Judd KTM British Youth National Championship and British Under 21 Championship will take place on Weston-super-Mare beach on October 27 -28. Just five days after the annual Weston Beach Race event, the RHL Activities track team which consists of Johnny Groves and other key UK

Youth aces head to Culham

This weekend will see the Judd KTM British Youth National Championship and Steve Benton Transport British Under 21 Championship head to Culham in Oxfordshire for the second stop of the 2018 season. Culham MX Park is set on the grassy banks of the River Thames just outside of Abingdon. The circuit

Muddy Masters action at Culham

Day one of this year’s first round of the Bridgestone British Masters came to a close on a wet Culham circuit on Oxfordshire but considering that rain that’s fallen over the last couple of day the track was in good racing condition, writes Dick Law. Henry Siddiqui won both of the

Yamaha reveals YZ65 team

Following the successful unveiling of the all-new YZ65, Yamaha Motor Europe is honored to introduce its youngest ever officially supported motocross team, the Grizzly Yamaha Junior EMX Team. The team, launched at the MXGP of Europe at Valkenswaard is made up of three young and talented Dutch riders. 11-year-old Damien Knuiman has been elected

Icelandic youth comes to the UK!

Mani Peturrson will travel from Reykjavik in Iceland to compete in the Judd KTM British Youth National Championship in the Big Wheel 85cc class for 2018. And he'll be in action at the British Motocross Festival at Culham from March 30. Hear what he has to say about his move to

BSMA opener cancelled

The opening round of the Apico-backed BSMA youth championship at Brookthorpe this weekend has been cancelled due to the recent bad weather. The opening round will now be at Fatcat on March 31-April 1 and registered riders have until March 23 to book in. More details from 0743 6563264.

Wilkie walks to West Meon win

Former EMX 150 Champion, Albie Wilkie, swept the new EK1 class with three, well-earned victories as the EKSSC Summer Championship reignited with a bang, returning to West Meon for the season opener. Battling his way to the head of the pack throughout the day and asserting his dominance over the

Apico backs BSMA National series

Apico Factory Racing has taken to a new direction in supporting the youth market by agreeing to a multi-year deal to title sponsor the British Schoolboy Motocross National Series. The recent investment in riders and clubs by the BSMA has been noted by Apico, who feel it is important to