The British team of Kurt Nicoll, Brad Anderson and Brian Wheeler took a fine second place in the World Vet Cup, part of the World Vet championship at Glen Helen in California at the weekend. It was a close result as the worst any of the Brits had was third
Every week. hundreds of riders show up to race the REM track at Glen Helen, in the shadow of the famous National track.
Not all local races are created equal. There are hundreds of small, club-level meetings across the globe every weekend that nobody really cares about unless it's a race
KURT NICOLL ON EVO BIKES:An old bike can bring hours of fun if you understand how to ride and maintain it
The world has gone retro mad. From fashion to technology, cars and even high-tech kit like digital cameras, retro is the thing as the rose-tinted spectacles of yesteryear make many
Former British champion Kurt Nicoll took his KTM to a fine third World Vet championship crown on the super-rough Glen Helen track on Sunday. After finishing second to Daryl Hurley on Saturday's Over-40 Pro class, he took victory in Sunday's over-50 Pro event, beating Don Bisceglia and Ed Foedish at
Team England, USA and Belgium are locked in battle for top honours after the opening day of the Vets MX of Nations at Farleigh Castle.
The American team of Mike Brown, Ivan Tedesco, John Dowd and Doug Dubach are in a strong position but for Team England, Kurt Nicoll, Mark Eastwood,
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Seven-times British champion Kurt Nicoll has revealed the machine he'll race at the tenth Anniversary Vets des Nations at Farleigh Castle in September - a fully restored replica of his 1992 KTM 500 factory racer.
The bike was unveiled yesterday in front of the cameras of MotoHead - and ITV television
Former GP ace Brian Wheeler clinched the over-45 world championship with double moto wins in the World Vet championship at Glen Helen in California on Sunday.
But it wasn't such a successful day for former British champ Kurt Nicoll, who took runner-up place behind Doug Dubach in the over-50 class. Yamaha man
Dormer GP stars Kurt Nicoll and Brian Wheeler took top ten finishes in both motos in the Over-40 pro class at the World Vet championship at Glen Helen in California on Saturday.
Nicoll took fourth overall with third and fourth place rides, and Wheeler seventh with eighth and seventh place rides.
Team England of Kurt Nicoll, Brian Wheeler, Tom Church and Mark Eastwood lead the Evo class in the Vets MX des Nations at Farleigh Castle after the opening day. With around 600 riders competing in perfect conditions, the track roughed up well and provided great racing as Team USA held