Kawasaki confirms Phoenix Tools switch

Kawasaki has now officially confirmed the Phoenix Tools Apico team will run Kawasaki machinery for the first time in the form of the all-new KX450 in 2019, as exclusively revealed in MotoHead magazine App two weeks ago. Running in both the Maxxis British Championship and the MX National Series, the team

Sanayei stays at Dixon Kawsaki

American Darian Sanayei, a member of the Kawasaki Europe family since he arrived to compete in Europe, will continue his association with the Bike It Dixon Racing Team next season in the FIM MX2 World Championship. Coming to Europe two years ago after a successful amateur career with Kawasaki in the

New MotoHead Mag is out now and FREE!

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

Video test: 2019 Kawasaki KX450

Fresh from yesterday's test of the new 2019 Kawasaki KX450 in Sweden, MotoHead's own Dave Willet brings his riding impressions of the bike along with technical details from Kawasaki's Martin Lambert.

Kawasaki’s all-new 2019 KX450

Kawasaki’s all-new 2019 KX450 has a new electric-start motor that pumps out 3.3bhp more, has a hydraulic clutch and is claimed to weight less than any rival Japanese 450 – although it’s still heavier than KTM and Husqvarnas. The motor is lighter, the aluminium beam frame is slimmer, there are new

Tomac beats Roczen for US 450 win

Your browser does not support iframes. Your browser does not support iframes. Eli Tomac did the double in the Thunder Valley US National but it was Ken Roczen who proved he's getting back to form as he was runner-up in both motos, with Blake Baggett third both time out. Despite dominating the first

Searle talks of Canada Heights comeback

The recently-injured Tommy Searle returns to top-flight competition at the second round of the Maxxis British Championship held at his home venue at Canada Heights in Kent on Sunday. It's been five weeks since Searle last raced when his pre-season return to form received a setback after a first turn crash with Evgeny Bobryshev

Seattle Supercross Mudfest!

Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, hosted Round 13 in front of 55,407 fans inside CenturyLink Field in Seattle for one of the slimiest, slickest races in history. The Monster Energy Kawasaki of Eli Tomac found itsway to a third-place start, battling back and forth with Team Red Bull KTM

Successful surgery for Searle

Tommy  Searle has had successful surgery on the collarbone he broke in the first corner of the Dutch GP on Sunday. He says he'll be out for around four weeks, so will miss the opening British championship and the Spanish GP, at least. He said: "I got caught up in a