Hitachi KTM Fuelled by Milwaukee is proud to announce an extension to their rider line up for 2020 for the FIM Motocross World Championship, ACU British Motocross Championship and the European 125 Motocross Championship.
Wade and Lane are the new boys
The British KTM team will run four riders for the up
One of Britain's brightest prospects is on the road to recovery after his arm operation, the injury sustained at the Maxxis British championship a couple of weeks ago at Canada Heights.
Conrad Mewse sent this out to his fans on IG. "I am doing everything I physically can to get back
Following last weekend’s third round of the 2019 British Maxxis Motocross Championship at Canada Heights, Hitachi KTM fuelled by Milwaukee rider Conrad Mewse sustained an injury to his wrist in the second moto. This caused a DNF, and immediate after the incident Mewse headed west for treatment at Bath Hospital.
Team manager Dickie Dye urges on Shaun Simpson
Shaun Simpson beat his arch rival Tommy Searle in both MX1 races to clinch the overall honours in Sunday’s third round of the British championship at Canada Heights, extending his lead in the series to eight points. But it was disaster in the
Great days racing at round 2 of the Maxxis British Motocross championship from Lyng in Norfolk. Full results from each class MX1, MX2, MXY2 and the ladies championship.
The UK’s top riders along with a smattering of overseas stars head to Lyng in Norfolk on Sunday for the second round of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean.
Last years final round MX1 reminder from Lyng.
The old-school sand circuit at Cadders Hill is notoriously tough and
One of the fastest riders in the MX2 world championship, talented British teenager Conrad Mewse talks about his drama-packed days at the British motocross GP at Matterley Basin. With comments from Britain's last world champion, Jamie Dobb!
Yamaha's Ben Watson came out on top of the MX2 Brit pack at Matterley as crashes, bike issues and poor starts hampered our trio of podium hopefuls.
Watson was best Brit
Watson slipped off early on in the first moto but got back on and made a charge through to fourth place
Ben Watson got the crowd on their feet as he battled for the win in the MX2 qualifying race at the British GP at Matterley. He scrapped for the lead with Thomas-Kjer Olsen and Henry Jacobi, but had to settle for third place on the final lap.
Watson took third
With the news Jorge Prado is out of this weekends MXGP at Matterley Basin, we could see one of our top Brits on the podium, but who?
The competition is hungrier now than ever though, with Jonass gone to MX1 and Prado as the main protagonist now injured, each of the