Yamaha's Adrien Van Beveren crashed out of the lead of the Dakar rally today. "Following a crash shortly before the end of stage 10, Adrien has been forced to abandon the 2018 Dakar. He attempted to complete the stage but was unable to continue and was airlifted for medical check,"
Sam Sunderland has become the first Briton to win the Dakar rally, taking victory by more than 30 minutes! His win marked KTM's 16th consecutive Dakar win and he lead a clean sweep by KTM of the podium places. Sunderland, who now lives in Dubai, beat former MX3 world champion
Sam Sunderland leads the Dakar rally with just two days action remaining. The British rider fought hard to make up his lost time in yesterday's stage, but the fact that Pablo Quintanilla, Sam Sunderland’s closest rival retired due to illness in the afternoon, allowed him to finish the day with
Sam Sunderland finished ahead of Paulo Goncalves of Portugal and French rider Adrien Van Beveren, who were just 22 seconds apart to take the overall lead in the Dakar rally. The day was another game changer following the drama in Stage 4 when Toby Price, last year’s winner crashed and
Rally aces will have to tackle and overcome one of the toughest-ever editions of the Dakar Rally in January 2017. The race organisation has announced the details of the 39th edition of the Dakar – which has been disputed in South America since 2009 – labelling the forthcoming race as
Fancy a super-cool bike you can ride on the road and off-road too? Then Honda has revealed two revamped CRF250 trail bikes inspired by the new CRF450 and the HRC rally bike. The CRF250 RALLY has long travel suspension, large-disk ABS brakes, excellent weather protection from the CRF450 RALLY-inspired bodywork
On the 2nd of January 2017, the Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team will leave the start line for stage one of the 2017 Dakar Rally. Onboard the new 2017 WR450F Rally revealed here, riders Helder Rodriguez, Adrien van Beveren, Alessandro Botturi and Rodney Fagotter will make the start from Asuncíon