After the success of the 2018 season, Apico Factory Racing will move into a second year sponsoring the Apico BSMA National Championship. The BSMA have managed to deliver some fantastic racing in 2018 at some amazing tracks and 2019 looks to be no exception. Tracks included in the 2019 calendar
The opening round of the Apico-backed BSMA youth championship at Brookthorpe this weekend has been cancelled due to the recent bad weather.
The opening round will now be at Fatcat on March 31-April 1 and registered riders have until March 23 to book in. More details from 0743 6563264.
Apico have reached a deal with Lee Jones from Apex Motocross Track to support his AMCA and IMBA rider Ray Rowson in 2018. The deal will also include BSMA stars James Hanscomb and Naydia Jones. In partnership with KTM, the team will compete again at the highest level of amateur
Apico Factory Racing has taken to a new direction in supporting the youth market by agreeing to a multi-year deal to title sponsor the British Schoolboy Motocross National Series. The recent investment in riders and clubs by the BSMA has been noted by Apico, who feel it is important to
Four of the BSMA championship winners received their KTM motorcycles in a presentation handover at supplier AMS Motorcycles of Tweksbury. Auto winner Freddie Gardiner was presented with his 65cc bike as he will now be competing in the junior class and has already shown some great potential on the bigger bikes