Two major youth race series have been axed or changed due to Covid-19, with the 2020 British Youth Motocross Championship and MCF Masterkids both becoming casualties: Following consultations with the riders in regards to holding the remainder of the 2020 British Youth Motocross Championship, with the uncertainly on localised lockdown restrictions,
RHL Activities is pleased to announce the calendar and open registration for the 2019 season of the Judd KTM British Youth Championship and Steve Benton Transport British Under 21 Championship.The registration fee for the 2019 season is £199. Classes for the 2019 season will stay the same but with the introduction
For 2019 RHL Activities is pleased to announce the introduction of the ACU British Rookie Championship within the Judd KTM ACU British Youth Championship in the Auto to Open classes. The all-new Rookie Championships has come out of talks with the 2018 parents and riders, and will hold official ACU titles.
Joel Winstanley-Dawson, Kalvin Kelly, Bailey Johnston, Jack Grayshon, Ike Carter, Aaron-Lee Hanson and Rossi Beard took the honours at the penultimate round of the BYN and Under-21 series after some fierce battles on the hardpack Mansfield ground at Sherwood. In the Auto class Joel Winstanley-Dawson was on fire taking the first
Round two of the Judd KTM British Youth National Championship and Steve Benton Transport British Under 21 Championship was held at Culham, Oxfordshire this weekend (May 12 & 13) where Archie Britton, Ashton Boughen, Bailey Johnston, Alfie Jones, Drew Anderson, Aaron-Lee Hanson and James Carpenter took the overall victories in
The Judd KTM British Youth National Championship headed north for the opening round at Preston Docks this weekend (April 14 and 15), where we saw Hayden Statt, Ashton Boughen, Bailey Johnston, Alfie Jones, Sam Nunn, Aaron-Lee Hanson and Rossi Beard taking the overall honours. In the auto class, that was added