Geartec team quits pro racing

The Geartec team is to halt pro-level racing. The squad's boss Paul Mason, which had Elliott Banks-Browne and Luke Burton on its books in 2020 after switching from Husqvarna to Honda, revealed the news on New Year's Eve. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic which saw the British championship axed in 2020,

Geartec go Honda with Banks-Browne and Burton One of the UK's top teams Geartec have made the switch from Husky to Honda for 2020. Team riders, double British champ Elliott Banks-Browne and European IMBA champ Luke Burton put the new CRF450Rs through their paces on a cool private track and talks about the big change exclusively to

Banks-Browne talks of his return to form

Geartec Husqvarna’s Elliott Banks-Browne continued his good start to the season with a trip to the podium at the second round of the Maxxis British Motocross Championships at a packed Canada Heights in Kent on Sunday. Fifth place in qualifying meant a good gate pick for the opening Moto, and

Geartec Husky’s troubled debut

After unveiling their equipment for the new season, the Geartec Husqvarna squad travelled to the historic circuit of Hawkstone Park for their first appointment of the year. The Hawkstone International, which attracts thousands of spectators from various locations, typically acts as a warm-up race for those within the paddock. Despite the

Geartec Husky reveal team line-up

Former British champion Elliott Banks-Browne will be joined at the Geartec Husqvarna Racing team by two young hopefuls Luke Norris and Jordan Moxey for their assault on the 2017 motocross season. The newly-formed Geartec Husqvarna racing team, managed by Banks-Browne, will compete in the Maxxis British Motocross Championship, Michelin MX Nationals and