Once again Jake Nicholls on his Buildbase Honda stamped his authority on national motocross competition, this time by winning Wednesday night’s famous £20,000 Patchquick Trophy. Nicholls three race wins from three starts was backed up by his young team mate Josh Gilbert who this time switched from his usual MX2
It's the most impressive trophy in motocross and is up for grabs on Wednesday evening, June 13, at Little Silver Moto Parc near Exeter for the 71st running of the Patchquick Trophy event. The Trophy is said to be worth somewhere in the region of £20,000 and in the past has been
Jake Nicholls' dominance of the national motocross scene continued at the weekend as notched yet another two pro MX1 race wins at round three of the Michelin MX Nationals at a very changeable Hawkstone Park in Shropshire - his tenth moto win in UK in succession. But in the other
Once again Hondas ruled at round two of the Michelin MX Nationals at a revamped and improved Preston Docks, as the on-form Jake Nicholls on his Buildbase Honda annihilated the pro MX1s with Josh Gilbert on an Adventure Centre Honda taking both wins in the pro MX2, writes Dick Law.
The second round of the Michelin MX Nationals British Championship returns to a completely overhauled and revitalised Preston Docks circuit this Saturday and Sunday, the 19th and 20th of May.
The team at the North West venue have pulled out all the stops to present competitors with a completely reshaped track,
The sun shone, the racing was red hot and MotoHead were there to capture it all! Check out out highlights from the Maxxis British championship at Blaxhall.
Local hero Jake Nicholls proved his Canada Heights double win was no flash-in-the-pan as he took both MX1 wins at Sunday’s round three of the Maxxis British Motocross championship at a sunny Blaxhall circuit in Suffolk, writes Dick Law.
But the large partisan crowd seemed even happier when another local rider
Elliott Banks-Browne on his Geartec Husqvarna took the first two pro race wins at this year’s Bridgestone British Masters at the weekend as his main challenger Jake Nicholls hit the dirt three times on his Buildbase Honda and had to settle for second overall, writes Dick Law.
The heavy rain in
Jake Nicholls took his CRF450R to a commanding double win at round two of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean at an immaculate Canada Heights and the maximum points haul means he’ll head to his home round of the series at Blaxhall in a fortnight’s time
Honda's Jake Nicholls dominated round two of this year’s Maxxis British motocross championship by taking two very convincing MX1 wins and left the sunny Canada Heights venue with the red championship leader's plate.
Suffolk charger Nicholls lead the first race from the first corner to the chequered flag with Husky's Elliott