The Apico Husqvarna Team made the long trip down to Devon on Friday for the second round of the MX Nationals British Championship. With an all-star MX1 & MX2 line-up due to the lack of other domestic championships, the team prepared for racing and practise on Saturday. Stuart Edmonds, aboard his
Easter Weekend saw the Apico Husqvarna team head to Hawkstone Park for the second round of the Michelin MX Nationals in the blistering heat.On arrival at the venue Jamie Law looked uncertain if he would be able to compete after taking a rock to his knee at an event on
Jamie Law will make a welcome return to the Apico Husqvarna team for the 2019 season in both the Maxxis British Championship and Michelin MX Nationals and other selected races.
JLaw as he’s known around the paddock, is one of the most experienced riders at British Championship level, feels as competitive
Apico Husqvarna's Irish star Stuart Edmonds and Honda AMA pro Christian Craig will be be out of action for the foreseeable future after they both sustained injuries at the weekend.
Edmonds has broken his upper arm in five places and may face surgery in Ireland. He was checked out today and
Apico boss Dylan Brown swopped the boardroom for the pit box by taking up the spanners to act as mechanic for his Apico Husqvarna team rider Stu Edmonds at the immaculately prepared Blaxhall Circuit in Suffolk at the weekend. The host club had been busy during the winter months to
Easter Sunday saw the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean get underway after the cancellation of the opening round at Lyng. After a week of bad weather there were doubts about Culham but with the track sealed and in good condition the season started for the Apico
Irish Motocross of Nations regular Stuart Edmonds is to join the Apico Husqvarna team for the 2018 season. Edmonds, who recently made the switch to Husqvarna from TM, will join Matt Burrows in the Maxxis British MX1 and MX Nationals championships.
Edmonds said:” I’m really pleased to work with Apico Factory Racing
Less than a month after switching from KTM to Apico Husqvarna, Ryan Crowder showed that he has well and truly dialled into his new machine by bagging a superb overall MX1 victory during round 6 of the AMCA British Motocross Championship at Boraston, Shropshire on Sunday. This was the Lancashire
The sixth round of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean took place at the fantastic Blaxhall Circuit near Woodbridge in Suffolk. With the track looking in great condition prior to the action starting, both Jamie Law and Matt Burrows were looking forward to getting out on
Apico Husqvarna has acquired the services of top 5 AMCA MX1 Championship rider, Ryan Crowder for the remainder of the 2017 season and will debut on his Apico Husqvarna FC450 2017 at Round 4 of the MX Nationals this weekend at Sherwood. After some impressive results and a solid season, Ryan