Kawasaki has now officially confirmed the Phoenix Tools Apico team will run Kawasaki machinery for the first time in the form of the all-new KX450 in 2019, as exclusively revealed in MotoHead magazine App two weeks ago.
Running in both the Maxxis British Championship and the MX National Series, the team
The weather was hot and the action even hotter at the Apico 2-Stroke Festival Day 1 at Sellindge in Kent. In the Faster class, Brad Anderson and Josh Spinks duked it out for victory while the action in the other classes was red hot too.
If you want to watch some great racing at a fun event, then this weekend's Apico 2-Stroke Festival is the place to be and entry for spectators if FREE!
You'll get to see lots of racing on bikes old and new, from all levels of riders including some of the very
One of Britain's most popular racers, EMX300 two-stroke champion Brad Anderson, is to race this weekend's Apico 2-Stroke festival at Sellindge in Kent. And he'll be joined by another two top British championship riders, Lewis Tombs who will be on a 125 and Jamie Law who will be riding an
Fresh from a podium place in the Romaniacs where he extended his lead in the World Enduro Super Series on Sunday, Red Bull KTM factory rider Jonny Walker is to take to a 150 KTM two-stroke to contest the Apico 2-Stroke Festival at Sellindge in Kent at the weekend.
The Apico 2-Stroke Festival has had a massive shot in the arm as it's been revealed one lucky 85cc rider will win a sponsorship package worth £5000 for 2019 from the title sponsor.
Due to the high level of interest and the fast young talented riders in the opening round of
There’s just over £2000 up for grabs in prize money at the second round of the Apico 2-Stroke Festival at Sellindge in Kent on August 4-5. Plus lots of goodie bags, spot prizes from the likes of ProGreen and special custom trophies.
There’s also classes for 85s in big and small
Former world junior champ Steven Clarke will make his return to domestic racing in the ACU Maxxis British Championship thanks to support from Apico Factory Racing and Winchester Off-Road Honda.
Apico Factory Racing will continue to support Clarke in the EMX250 Class at the GPs after he and his previous team
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
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