GP lifeline for veteran Strijbos

Just when it looked like the days of a full-time MXGP ride for Kevin Strijbos were coming to an end, the 33-year-old has clinched a deal to race a Yamaha 450 for the JWR Yamaha team. The squad is from Sweden but based in Belgium, backed by 24MX and run

24MX calls it a day in MXGP

After two years contesting MXGPs, the Belgian MXGP team 24MX Honda, ran by MPL Racing, is shutting down at the end of this month as they couldn't get enough backing to continue. Established at the end of 2015, the MPL Racing structure competed with riders like Damon Graulus, Ken De Dycker,

De Dycker quits GP racing

Belgian veteran Ken De Dycker has announced his retirement from MXGP racing after a successful career in world motocross spanning 15 seasons. He;s had factory rides and big-team berths at KTM, Suzuki, Honda and Yamaha. After racing the Dutch GP at the weekend, the former British champion said: “That’s it, that’s all! Not

Italy heat takes toll on De Dycker

The inaugural Ottobiano MXGP round was notoriously tough. Additional sand added to the track before the Grand Prix and extreme heat made the Lombardian race a true test for man and machine. Ken De Dycker was the highest scoring 24MX Honda rider collecting six world Championship points. Saturday’s qualifying race, also

De Dycker’s 24MX Honda debut in Russia

The 24MX Honda team will return to action this weekend at the inaugural Russian GP in Orlyonok. Russia will be the first MXGP with the team for the returning Ken De Dycker. Team mate Damon Graulus goes into 10th round of the FIM MXGP World Championship fresh from his second

De Dycker rejoins 24MX Honda for MXGP!

Sunday's French GP was the last ride on a JTech Suzuki for former MXoN winner Ken De Dycker as he will join the 24MX Honda team for the remaining rounds of the MXGP World Championship. The popular 32-year-old veteran will make his return on the CRF450R at the MXGP of

Graulus on the pace in France as Lenoir wins 

The 24MX Tour - French Elite Motocross championship kicked off this weeked at St-Jean d’Angély. Belgium’s Damon Graulus managed to capture 5th overall in spite of terrible starts. Victory went to Steven Lenoir ahead of Honda riders Xavier Boog and Valentin Teillet. The narrow, hard-pack hillside track 140 km north of Bordeaux

24MX Honda quit GP racing

The 24MX Honda MXGP team has pulled the plug and won't race in 2017 due to financial pressure. That means its riders Damon Graulus and Milko Potisek, who have already been testing their bikes prior to the season, are now without a ride. Graulus broke the news on social media with

Ramette takes Stockholm Supercross

Double British Arenacross champion Thomas Ramette won the Stockholm Supercross at the weekend but home rider Fredrik Noren whipped the crowd into a frenzy and deservedly took second. Angelo Pellegrini completed the podium while Josh Hill, AKA the world’s fastest office worker, came fourth. Due to an unfortunate clash of dates

Noren’s European vacation!

Most European riders go to the US when they’ve made it on the GP scene. Preferably with a world title, or at least a couple of GP wins. Sweden’s Fredrik Noren did it his own way. He went to America in 2011 with next to nothing and managed to make