Two Brits on the podium in Mantova

Pretty awesome weekend for two British riders at the MXGP of Mantova in Italy. Brad Todd finished the weekend in second overall EMXT2 class followed closely by British Bulldog Brad Anderson in third. It was business as usual for home favourite Tony Cairoli taking both MXGP races in commanding style. KTM

Banks-Browne’s Masterful win

Elliott Banks-Browne turned up the heat and was unbeaten on his Geartec Husqvarna at round two of the Bridgestone British Masters at a sunny Wroxton circuit on Oxfordshire this weekend. He was fastest in qualifying, won both combined MX1 and MX2 pro races and then added another win in the

iFly JK Yamaha reshuffle after Todd injury

The British-based iFly JK Yamaha team have had a reshuffle following the news that top rider Brad Todd broke a bone in his neck in a crash while testing last week. Todd, who recently beat Cedric Soubeyras and Alex Lupino in the Bologna Supercross, told MotoHead that he broke the C6 vertebrae

Todd takes Italian honours

British MX2 ace Brad Todd beat Alessandro Lupino, Cedric Soubeyras and Alvin Ostlund to take the overall win in the Bologna Supercross for his new iFly JK Yamaha team. Todd had two runner-up places in his heats, but in the combined MX2 and MX1 superfinal he took the holeshot and ended up wining from

Stunning MX Nationals gallery

Graeme Irwin took overall MX1 victory in the MX Nationals at Lyng on Sunday, from Gert Krestinov, Elliott Banks-Browne, Martin Barr, Brad Anserson and Jamie Law. And Brad Todd romped to MX2 victory with a double win from Mel Pocock who took two second places to hold on to the red

Brits Kellett and Todd star in EMX250

Britons Todd Kellett and Brad Todd put in storming performances in the EMX250 races at Trentino in Italy, although their official results didn't show how fast they were. In the opener, Kellett was well in the points but had bike troubles. The second race he rode from a 15th place to

Todd seeks funds to race GPs

After finishing on the podium in the opening MX2 British championship round at Culham, 20-year-old privateer Brad Todd is trying to raise money by crowdsourcing support to get him to some GPs. "I'm trying to take my racing career to the next level by getting into MX2 GPs. As most of