XBladez Arenacross Try-Out Axed

Due to a change of support and budget, the XBladez team has reassessed its involvement with the Arenacross series and made the tough decision to withdraw from the 2018 Tour. XBladez has been associated with, and has heavily supported, AX over the past three years and had ambitious plans going

Arenacross rides up for grabs!

Do you think you’re ready to take the step up to the UK Arenacross series as part of a professional team? Then you could get the chance of joining Team XBladez for the forthcoming championship following a unique try-out audition on a supercross-style track in November. The MotoHead-backed team enjoyed the

Arenacross targets next-generation riders

The team behind the Arenacross Tour has launched a ground-breaking initiative which aims to get children from as young as five years of age out and about riding motorcycles. In an exclusive deal with well-established Czech electric bike manufacturer Kuberg, a limited-edition range of AX branded bikes; AX Start, AX

UK Arenacross goes International!

The UK Arenacross series is to go International in 2018. Although there has been no announcement of the date or location of any potential new rounds, organisers have released the following information which means a date change for the Wembley round: There’s a change a foot to the previously announced 2018

Pellegrini’s British vacation!

When Italian Angelo Pellegrini came to Britain to contest the UK Arenacross series, he brought a TV crew with him! Check out their behind-the-scenes short documentary from the final round at Wembley.   Angelo Pellegrini - Arenacross Uk 2017 from different on Vimeo.

Suzuki celebrates Arenacross title

Thomas Ramette and SR75 World Team Suzuki lifted their third consecutive Arenacross UK championship title, after another nail-biting series finale at the Wembley Arena. Three Suzuki-mounted rider were all in with a shout of winning the crown, with Team RFX St. Blazey Suzuki's Cedric Soubeyras and Angelo Pellegrini also looking

Final showdown glory at Wembley for MotoHead team

After a disappointing weekend at the Sheffield Arenacross where the MotoHead-backed four-rider XBladez WD40 Husqvarna team were hampered by bad luck, the series finale was set for Wembley and the team spirit was high. For the first time, the Pro team had spent the week together and a mid-week test

Wembley Arenacross Highlights!

Adrien Escoffier won the race, Thomas Ramette won the title, MotoHead's own Collin Jurin ended up on the podium, Cyrille Coulon had a huge moment in the rhythm section, Cedric Soubeyras hit the dirt. And there was lots more in our film from the weekend's UK Arenacross finale at Wembley

Ramette takes third Arenacross crown

Prior to this evening’s Arenacross extravaganza in the series finale at Wembley, it was widely predicted that the championship would go to the wire, and that it did. SR75 World Suzuki’s Thomas Ramette is the newly-crowned first-ever three-time Arenacross Pro champ and, remarkably, he achieved this without winning a Main