Kullas out with broken leg

Harri Kullas will miss the final GPs of the season after medical checks discovered he broke his leg in a crash in the MX Nationals finale at Fatcats on Sunday. The Honda ace had a crash in the first race start and withdrew from the event. Following medical checks near his

Kullas does the double

Harri Kullas became a two-time winner of the Steel Hawk Motorcycle Club’s ‘Rock it ‘til Sundown Midweek Summer Motocross Classic’ by winning the ‘Relax to Race’ Super final at Cusses Gorse MX last night. Edmonds was on the podium The Super Final followed an epic day of Youth and Adult racing on

Kullas King of the Sundown

Lewis Tombs is chased by No.151 Harri Kullas and the pack The second staging of the Steel Hawk Motorcycle club’s Yworry “Rock it ‘til Sundown” Midweek Motocross Classic attracted a stacked line up of youth, Adult and Pro racers to the Tincleton venue in Dorset yesterday, with a big crowd also

Can cool Kullas conquer Lyng?

Kullas is the man to beat Round three of the Michelin MX Nationals travels to darkest Norfolk this weekend, and the sandy, testing, old-school track of Lyng and the question will be who can beat Harri Kullas and his Cab Screen Deos Group Honda? And even though Kullas is still a bit

Big crash for Harri Kullas in Estonia

Maxxis British championship MX1 rider Harri Kullas suffered facial injuries as well as cuts and bruises at a race in Estonia last weekend. Harri posted this on image on his IG page to explain, "Had big and high speed crash on the big downhill last Saturday at Estonian Championship!Had pain

Kullas dominates MX Nationals opener

New Cab Screens Honda signing Harri Kullas proved his worth by winning the both ProX fastest 40 races at the weekend’s round one of the Michelin MX Nationals at Sherwood. He did so with apparent ease and handed the team there first overall national win in very challenging weather conditions

Kullas faces fitness fight for Desertmartin

Husky ace Harri Kullas faces a battle to be fit for Sunday's Desertmartin round of the Maxxis British championship after breaking his right collarbone four weeks ago. Kullas is currently second in the MX2 championship, 30 points behind Ben Watson and is also tenth in the MX1 championship despite missing