KTM and its sister brand Husqvarna have announced they won't be exhibiting at the Dirt Bike Show at Stoneleigh on November 1-4 this year. It's a major blow for the show as the Austrian brands have had huge stands and brought in top riders like Tony Cairoli and Jeffrey Herlings.
A bumper entry of 1000 competitors are headed to Poland’s Red Bull 111 Megawatt this coming weekend, September 8/9, for round five of the World Enduro Super Series. At the head of the standings, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Jonny Walker (GB) aims to keep his lead intact over Germany’s
Take a look at the new Turkish GP circuit from Max Anstie's GoPro
REVO Husqvarna's Dylan Woodcock fractured his thumb in qualification at the Duns British championship on Sunday and will have surgery on Wednesday.
“I was on my first qualifying lap and the wind blew me off my line over the big triple and I slid off in the corner and bent my thumb
The brand new Issue 19 of the FREE MotoHead magazine App is here and ready for you to download right now! And it’s packed with content that’s not on the website or social media. Read it here first! This month we have our full test on all the new 2019
Jeffrey Herlings is back racing after his operation for a broken collarbone and looking to grab some vital points in his duel with Tony Cairoli and the rest of the premier class elite. That's the official news from KTM about the championship leader who broke his collarbone and hurt ribs
Two of the top MXGP riders are without rides for 2019 as both have revealed they are to split with their current teams. For Anstie, who dominated the Motocross of Nations last year, it's been a tough season as he's had to battle through injuries but he has had podium
After unveiling images of some of its new 2019 motocross range recently, Husqvarna has now taken the wraps fully off its new bikes. And following the lead of sister firm KTM as the two brand share the majority of the technology, the bikes are lighter and more powerful across the
Max Anstie took his first podium finish of the year at Ottobiano in Italy and said: “It’s awesome to be back up here on the podium. It has been such a difficult start to the season with things seemingly going from bad to worse. I felt so strong at the beginning
American Thomas Covington is to quite racing the world championship at the end of the season to replace Zach Osborne in the factory Husqvarna 250 team in the US Supercross and outdoors next season.
Covington, who won the MX2 qualifying race at St. Jean d'Angely, said: "I'm really motivated in the