The first day of the MXGP of Europe has wrapped up in Valkenswaard, the Netherlands where MXGP, MX2 along with EMX300 and EMX125 both presented by FMF Racing took to the demanding Dutch Circuit. Tricky conditions combined with cool temperatures would lead to a memorable day of racing. Heating up with their first pole positions of 2018 were Monster
Defending champ Brad Anderson started his EMX300 championship defence in fine style, taking third place - just one spot in front of fellow Brit James Dunn. But it was the Benelux sand specialists of Belgian Greg Smets who won, with former champ, Dutchman Mike Kras in second.
GL12's Kras took the
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After the epic season opening race in Patagonia Argentina the MXGP and MX2 riders are ready to take on the first European stop of the season. For several contenders this will be there first race as both MXGP and MX2 have 40 riders entered. The dark sand of Valkenswaard will also host the first
The 32 year old Sicilian Tony Cairoli renewed his contract on Thursday in Rome in the presence of Team Manager Claudio De Carli and KTM Motorsports Director Pit Beirer for 2019 and 2020 in the MXGP series. The agreement means that Cairoli – who gave the factory their first title
KTM will rent you a bike and service it during the ISDE in Viña del Mar, Chile on November 12-17, 2018. As the event’s exclusive partner, KTM will be in Chile with a range of comprehensive services for both professional and amateur riders, providing KTM rental machines, Race Service, Spare Parts Service
GL12 Racing KTM signed off from the 2018 Power Maxed Arenacross Tour in Wembley Arena on Saturday night with its head held high.
Going bar-to-bar against some of Europe’s best specialist indoor racers mounted on powerful four-strokes was never going to be easy but Mike Kras and James Dunn gave stroker
Tony Cairoli wrapped up his his sixth Italian MX1/Elite/Supercampione national title by taking a double victory in the sand of Mantova in Italy. Cairoli had won motos in Sardinia, Sicily and then again at the former Grand Prix venue in central Italy to earn his first accolade of 2018 on
The World Enduro Super Series, or WESS for short, launches this year and is exciting new eight-round multi-discipline enduro championship in Europe and Scandinavia and is already attracting some of the world’s best enduro riders, including our own Nathan Watson on his Red Bull KTM.
It combines extreme, classic, cross country
MXGP ace Jeffrey Herlings talks about his off-season training, new bike and lot more as he gets ready for the new season.