Sunderland wins world rally opener

Sam Sunderland took the win The Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge has been an outstanding event for Sam Sunderland. Working closely with his team, the British rider secured his second victory at the race by implementing the perfect strategy over the course of the five-day event. Leading the overall standings by a

Luckless Rizzi misses out on EMX125 podium

Maddii Racing Husqvarna’s Mattia Guadagnini won the 125cc two-stroke of EMX125 presented by FMF Racing around the Dutch circuit of Valkenswaard as Briton Joel Rizzi lucked out. Rizzi was third in the opener and running second in moto two until his bike broke and he had to retire. The 125cc riders started

Apico winner Grayshon podiums in youth opener

Talented teenager and Apico sponsorship winner Jack Grayshon took runner-up spot in his as he moved up from the 85s to the 125s in the opening Judd KTM British Youth Championship at Culham MX Park in Oxfordshire. Grayshon gives chase to Preston Williams at Culham Grayshon, who picked up the £5000

Herlings to ride with British KTM team!

Herlings with Hitachi KTM boss Roger Magee and Robert Vos of Milwaukee Jeffrey Herlings will join Hitachi KTM fuelled by Milwaukee Motocross Team to assist in his rehabilitation back into the sport following his unfortunate foot injury back in January. It is anticipated that Herlings will make guest appearances with the

MXGP raw: Conrad Mewse on his dramatic British GP

One of the fastest riders in the MX2 world championship, talented British teenager Conrad Mewse talks about his drama-packed days at the British motocross GP at Matterley Basin. With comments from Britain's last world champion, Jamie Dobb!

Jorge Prado out of British MXGP

Not the best news one day before the British MXGP at Matterley Basin, Jorge Prado is out with a shoulder injury. Jorge who won the season opener in Argentina will sit this weekend out but this does throw the door wide open for our own British riders to take advantage

Febvre hurt as Cairoli takes Argentina MXGP double

Nine-times world champ Tony Cairoli didn’t let a DNF in the qualifying race bother him as he romped to a double win in the opening MXG race of the year in Argentina as disaster stuck title hopeful Romain Febvre who crashed out and hurt his leg. With world No1 Jefrey Herlings not riding due

Crashes and DNFs in dramatic MXGP qualifier

There was high drama in the MXGP qualifying race at Nequen in Argentina as nine-times world champ Tony Cairoli went out with a bike failure, while Tim Gajser threw away the win with two separate crashes within the space of a lap. That left Romain Febvre to take an easy win from surprise podium finishers