Briton Dean Wilson has had to pull out of today's Houston Supercross as he's in too much pain from his shoulder and wrist injury he sustained in a qualifying crash last week in Anaheim.
Wilson slammed hard in Anaheim and ended up with a sprained wrist and shoulder. He attempted to
The Revo Husqvarna team of Mel Pocock, Martin Barr, Dylan Woodcock and Ollie Colmer put in some pre-season Training in Spain at Redsands Mx Park. The adult team will compete in the EMX World Championship and the Maxxis British Championship .
Briton Dean Wilson and 450 champ Eli Tomac both failed to finish the Anaheim Supercross on Saturday after separate crashes in which both of them injured their shoulder. Wilson went down hard in a qualifying race and didn't make the final. Tomac fell while leading the final. He stopped to
Jason Anderson has had his contract with the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna factory US team extended by four years. It was due to run out at the end of 2018. He will be contending both AMA Pro Motocross and AMA Supercross, where he claimed second overall at Anaheim 1 aboard the all-new FC
Dean Wilson crashed out of the opening Anaheim Supercross round in his heat race and retired from the evening with a shoulder injury. The Brit was top 10 at the start of the first 450 heat race and was in fifth by the end of the first lap. He went
Making history by becoming the youngest medallist in Olympic alpine skiing history, Austria-based Norwegian Henrik Kristoffersen is an avid motocross rider and a proud ambassador for Husqvarna Motorcycles.
The ‘Wild Child’ has grown up. He started his professional skiing career aged 17, winning his first race and one of the biggest
Extreme ace Graham Jarvis this year won Romaniacs again, added a fifth career victory in Hells Gate to his tally and topped the podium at Sea to Sky, the Ales Trem Extreme Enduro, Hixpania Hard enduro, Extreme Ravines and Minas Riders in Brazil. We couldn’t think of anyone better than
Irish Motocross of Nations regular Stuart Edmonds is to join the Apico Husqvarna team for the 2018 season. Edmonds, who recently made the switch to Husqvarna from TM, will join Matt Burrows in the Maxxis British MX1 and MX Nationals championships.
Edmonds said:” I’m really pleased to work with Apico Factory Racing
Former world champ Christophe Pourcel has announced he is to retire from racing aged just 29. The Frenchman, who now lives in the USA, has not had a great couple of years despite being a factory Husqvarna rider. After a tough 2016 he was replaced by Dean Wilson in the
Taddy Blazusiak marked his comeback from retirement by hammered home a 2-2-2 scorecard in front of his home crowd to end the night as the overall winner in the opener of the World SuperEnduro championship in Poland. And Briton Billy Bolt ended up on the podium in his first crack