Prado confirms he’ll go MXGP next year

Prado with Claudio De Carli MX2 world champ Jorge Prado has iced any plans to go to the USA and will move up to the MXGP class to face Jeffrey Herlings and Tony Cairoli next year. The Spaniard has signed an extension to his GP contract with Red Bull KTM until 2023

Cairoli and Herlings out with injuries

KTM released a social post explaining why Tony Cairoli and Jeffrey Herlings will miss the MXGP of Germany. "A right leg injury for @jeffrey_herlings84 and painful right shoulder for @antoniocairolimeans that Red Bull KTM will be without both riders (the last two #mxgpworld champions) this weekend at Teutschenthal for the #MXGPGermany. Both riders will get more

Riders Briefing: A price worth paying

We all take a sharp breath when we see new bike price tags but the offer lots of smiles for your cash. YOLO. If you can afford the hot new bike, go for it Every year when the manufacturers wheel out their new bikes, one important spec is often missing - and

Smoker Shootout: Which 250?

Japanese or Austrian? That's the question most riders who fancy a quarter-litre smoker have to face. The two-stroke scene is definitely the craze at the moment. The interest is high as the typical clubman rider can see sees the fun of riding, owing and maintaining a two-stroke 250. But if you’re thin king

Behind the scenes of Herlings’ race return

Jeffrey Herlings made his return to racing in Holland yesterday. He won the first race and led the second until dropping to fourth - a sure sign of his lack of race fitness. Check out this behind-the-scenes film from the event. https://youtu.be/NjJ16vrXjIs

Cairoli hits the dirt in France

Could have been a whole lot worse for Tony Cairoli in St Jean D’Angely this past weekend. TC222 dropped it in one of the uphill corners and then gets hit in the back by another rider. Thankfully he was fine and continued the race to finish in 17th place. Tony Cairoli: “It

Alexander Brown gets the GP call-up

Brown in action at the last Maxxis round Alexander Brown will compete for the Hitachi KTM Team at all MX2 GPs in Europe and the MX2 British Motocross Championship rounds until the end of the 2019 season, even when Conrad Mewse returns from injury. Alexander’s first event for the Team will