Who will be British champion?

It’s crunch time in the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean on Sunday as the series comes to a thrilling climax at Landrake Moto Parc. MX1 action After seven hard-fought rounds it all goes down to the wire on the fast, sweeping, hard-pack circuit laid out on a hillside

Highlights from the Foxhill Maxxis

One of the best races of the year was the highlight of the MX2 class, while in MX1 Shaun Simpson battled hard to get to the front on the spectacular and revamped Foxhill track for the penultimate Maxxis British championship round. And two-stroke faced four-stroke in the youth races again! Check

Hawkstone video highlights

Check out our exclusive video edit from the Hawkstone Park Maxxis British championship at the weekend. With a faster than normal Hawkstone Park circuit for the Maxxis British motocross championship, the fastest men in Britain go for glory once again.After his double mechanical DNF from the last round, Shaun Simpson goes

Simpson’s the Maxxis maximum man

Kullas has the lead but EBB goes down at the back of the pack Shaun Simpson made amends for his double DNF at the last round at Desertmartin by romping to a pair of unchallenged race wins at Hawkstone Park, round six of the Maxxis British championship. Simpson takes a look to see where

Houghton back home and on the mend

Just two weeks after a horrific first bend crash, Ryan Houghton is back home from the hospital and on the mend. It was during round 4 of the British Maxxis British Motocross Championships at Blaxhall that the incident occurred with 10 or so of the leading pack going down hard

Simpson and Searle continue Maxxis battle at Blaxhall

The Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean hits the halfway stage this weekend with round four at Blaxhall in Suffolk organised by Woodbridge & DMCC. The award-winning sand circuit is always perfectly primped and prepped and will be in prime condition on Sunday for the eagerly-anticipated battle between

Conrad Mewse, “I will be back”

One of Britain's brightest prospects is on the road to recovery after his arm operation, the injury sustained at the Maxxis British championship a couple of weeks ago at Canada Heights. Conrad Mewse sent this out to his fans on IG. "I am doing everything I physically can to get back

Maxxis highlights from Lyng!

Arch rivals Tommy Searle and Shaun Simpson slugged it out again in the MX1 class, while Conrad Mewse took on all-comers like Dylan Walsh and Josh Gilbert in MX2. And the youth classes saw a two-stroke v four-stroke clash! Check out our highlights of the British motocross championship round two from