Charlier returns to motocross

After three years contesting the world enduro series, Frenchman Christophe Charlier is returning to full-time motocross. He will race for the SN CBO Motorsports team, backed by Kawasaki France. He'll contest the French Elite series and select MXGP motocross races and the French supercross series alongside Greg Aranda and Fabien Izoird

Nations hero Charlier to race Paris Supercross

After wining an ISDE Gold medal and the Motocross of Nations this year, French MXer-turned-enduro star Christophe Charlier has been signed up for the Paris supercross on November 18-19. “Christophe was actually motivated to race our Event back last summer, long before the French MXoN team’s developments”, explains Xavier Audouard, Paris SX

Charlier in France’s Nations team

Fresh from helping France win the ISDE enduro, former MXGP rider Christophe Charlier has announce he will ride a 250 for France's Motocross of Nations team at Matterley Basin on October 1. Charlier, who beat both Ken Roczen and Jeffrey Herlings to the EMX250 crown, could never repeat that success in

Ex-motocross stars help France to ISDE victory

Following a solid, week-long outing at the 92nd edition of the International Six Days Enduro in Brive, France, former GP motocross riders Christophe Charlier and L0ic Larrieu helped the host Nation to overall victory, with Larrieu taking the individual win. Enjoying a milestone moment in his rookie season as an enduro racer,

Charlier switches to enduro

The man who beat Ken Roczen and Jeffrey Herlings in the European 250 championship, Christophe Charlier, is to switch to the enduro world championship after three lacklustre seasons in GPs. The Frenchman, who rode for the factory Ice One Husky team in 2016, has had three injury-hit seasons and has

New Husky line-up for SMX Cup

Christophe Charlier and Thomas Covington will be drafted in to the official Husqvarna team for the SMX Cup in Germany next week to replace Max Nagl and Jason Anderson who were both hurt at the Motocross of Nations in Maggiora. Both will ride 450s, alongside American Zach Osborne who will