Putoline support for Apico 2-Stroke Festival series

British oil giant Putoline is to back the 2019 Apico 2-Stroke Festival as part of its continued support of two-stroke dirt bikes and grass roots racing.As the UK’s largest off-road lubricants supplier, Putoline is seeing an upturn in two-stroke oil sales for off-road bikes and is therefore pleased to support

British 2-Stroke championship saved by Apico 2-Stroke Festival

Following the unfortunate announcement regarding the British 2-Stroke Championship last weekend the ACU are please to confirm the ACU British Open 2-Stroke championship has will now be run as part of the Apico 2-Stroke Festival series for 2019.  After the prestigious six-round series was dropped from the Maxxis British championship schedule

Spinks tops Apico 2-Stroke opener

The man who took runner-up place in the British EMX250 round at Matterley swopped to a two-stroke for the first time in more than a decade and took victory in all three races on his 150 KTM in day one of the Apico 2-Stroke Festival on Saturday. Riding at the new

Spinks to race Apico 2-Stroke Festival

Fresh from second place overall in the EMX250 class at the British GP at Matterley, Josh Spinks is to swop his KTM four-stroke for a two-stroker to race in the weekend's opening Apico 2-Stroke Festival round at Ironworks near Middlesborough. He'll be in the Fastest class, and will be joined by

THREE Apico 2-Stroke festivals for 2018!

The huge success of the first ever Apico 2-Stroke Festival last year has seen the concept grow to three separate rounds in 2018 at three locations all across the UK. It kicks off at the popular Marshfield track near Bath on June 16-17, then on to the new Ironworks track