Coppins talks about life after pro racing

By Dick Law. Josh Coppins was a motocross household name and had a GP carrier that stretched 11 years. As New Zealand’s most successful motocross rider, he raced in the UK and at world level and came tantalisingly close to winning a world title until injury halted his charge. Born in

Coppins faces Mewse at the Huck Cup!

Current MX2 star Conrad Mewse faces former British champion Josh Coppins who is coming out of retirement to race in the Huck Cup at Marshfield on Good Friday. The star-studded race also features current pro riders like Jake Nicholls, Kristian Whatley, Elliott Banks-Browne and Todd Kellett faces retired superstars like

Coppins to race British championship!

Kiwi legend Josh Coppins will race as a wildcard at round seven of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean at Preston Docks on July 30. The two-time British champion, who was leading the 2007 world MX1 championship by 107 points until he was injured, will travel

Nicoll takes world title!

Briton Kurt Nicoll claimed the Over-50 world vets title in Glen Helen at the weekend with two dominant race wins. It made up for the disappointment of finishing second in the over-40 class with a pair of runner-up place finishes to Kiwi Daryl Hurley. Eight-times British champ Nicoll, 52, made mincemeat