Briton Wade gets KTM support for EMX125

Briton Eddie Jay Wade and Spaniard Guillem Farres will join Mario Lucas at the KTM factory supported 4E Racing KTM squad. Former EMX250 runner-up Damon Graulus will support the riders in all aspects of their preparation. The new team for 2019 Eddie Jay Wade is a 15-year old talent who now lives near

EMX125 title leader Hofer fractures pelvis

KTM Junior Team’s Rene Hofer suffered a crash while contesting the fifth round of the ADAC MX Masters at Tensfeld last Sunday. The teenager is scheduled for surgery on Wednesday 1st August and will not compete again for the remainder of the 2018 racing calendar. The sixteen year old will be airlifted today

Briton Wade takes EMX125 podium!

What a great ride for youth star Eddie Jay Wade as he took a fine third place in the EMX125 opening moto at Teutschenthal in Germany.

Ex world junior champ Dankers is back on 125

The 2018 season is shaping up to be even more exciting than usual for Dutch teenager Raivo Dankers. After the HSF Logistics Motorsport team ceased its activities, Raivo’s family decided to set up their own team. The former junior world champion and double European champ got off to a great

All the EMX results from the Ottobiano GP!

EMX250 EMX250 race 1 was a dominant performance by Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team's Morgan Lesiardo, only the second race win of the season in which he leads points in. Honda Redmoto’s Mathys Boisrame ran 2nd 13 of 15 laps before the scorching heat took the rider out of the race. Meanwhile

Weckman joins KTM Diga EMX125 team

KTM Diga Junior Racing Team is pleased to officially welcome Emil Weckman (15) to the team for the remaining rounds of the EMX125 Championship. The talented Finn will make his debut on the KTM SX 125 at Ottobiano, round 4 of the EMX125 series. Weckman, a double EMX150 champion, had started

Pocock spill robs him of EMX podium

Briton Mel Pocock was robbed of a potential podium place when he crashed with just a handful of laps remaining in Sunday's EMX250 race. He was seventh in the race but that would have been good enough for third overall. Mickey Eccles took a stunning fourth in that moto, proving

Pocock seventh in EMX250 return

Former EMX250 champion Mel Pocock rode to a stunning seventh place in the first EMX250 moto of the season at Valkenswaard. Husqvarna ace Pocock was making his return to international competition after two years away due to a horrific hand injury. Todd Kellet took 11th place while formerBritish champ Brad Anderson,

Yamaha’s EMX250 and 125 teams launched

Yamaha's Official EMX250 and EMX125 teams this year featuref the '15 Junior Motocross World Champion Maxime Renaux, the '16 Junior Motocross Vice World Champion Roan van de Moosdijk and promising Latvian Kãrlis Sabulis, while the younger fresh faced riders, Thibault Benistant, Rick Elzinga and Tim Edberg will be twisting the right-hand