Joel Rizzi heads the riders who will be competing for Team Great Britain in the 2019 FIM Junior World Motocross Championship in Pietramurata, Italy on July 13-14.The World Championship event sees the very best junior riders battle it out in a format similar to the Motocross of Nations, where riders compete
RHL Activities is pleased to announce the calendar and open registration for the 2019 season of the Judd KTM British Youth Championship and Steve Benton Transport British Under 21 Championship.The registration fee for the 2019 season is £199. Classes for the 2019 season will stay the same but with the introduction
For 2019 RHL Activities is pleased to announce the introduction of the ACU British Rookie Championship within the Judd KTM ACU British Youth Championship in the Auto to Open classes. The all-new Rookie Championships has come out of talks with the 2018 parents and riders, and will hold official ACU titles.
For the 2019 UK Arenacross Tour, the youth race-night format will see ground-breaking changes which will see 24 invited riders, across two groups, enjoy the factory-racer lifestyle. Twelve riders will be selected for the all-new Arenacross Supermini Cup – a one-make series on identical 85cc machinery, whilst another twelve lucky
Young Swiss rider Kevin Brumann is the 2018 YZ125 bLU cRU FIM Europe Cup SuperFinale overall winner while claiming the runner-up spot in race two Great Britain's Joel Rizzi secured second overall, with Denmark's Magnus Smith earning the third spot on the final podium in the race at the MXGP round at Imola. Kicking off
Joel Winstanley-Dawson, Kalvin Kelly, Bailey Johnston, Jack Grayshon, Ike Carter, Aaron-Lee Hanson and Rossi Beard took the honours at the penultimate round of the BYN and Under-21 series after some fierce battles on the hardpack Mansfield ground at Sherwood. In the Auto class Joel Winstanley-Dawson was on fire taking the first