Jamie Law will make a welcome return to the Apico Husqvarna team for the 2019 season in both the Maxxis British Championship and Michelin MX Nationals and other selected races.
JLaw as he’s known around the paddock, is one of the most experienced riders at British Championship level, feels as competitive
Great news for Mel Pocock as he lands himself a new ride for 2019 with ASA United KTM. Mel recently posted on his Instagram profile that he was looking for a new ride for next season, thankfully he's now ready to focus on his winter training and next years race
The final calendar for the 2019 Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship has now been confirmed with the last round being promoted at Landrake in Cornwall instead of Culham which had been announced as the location recently.
It means there is a more traditional loamy track replacing the more sandy venue at
The Woodbridge club's event at Blaxhall has won the coveted Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship Organiser of the Year award for the third consecutive time. The Suffolk club staged the third round of this year’s series for the MX1, MX2, MXY2 and British Two-stroke championships as part of a packed
The sand track at FatCat is back on the Maxxis calendar as the opening round for 2019 - an ideal venue as it's the most weather-resistant track on the schedule so would take poor weather well. Last year's opener at Lyng was rained off. This year there is no trip
Both classes in this year’s Maxxis British Motocross championship went down to the vary last race as Evgeny Bobryshev on his Lombard Express Suzuki wiped away an injured Jake Nicholls 39-point lead to snatch this year’s MX1 championship, while in the MX2s Hitachi KTM’s Conrad Mewse had to fight off
Check out the action from the gnarly Hawkstone Park circuit from yesterday's Maxxis British championship!
Who would have thought with the hot weather we have been having over the last weeks that round five of the Maxxis British Motocross championship would be abandoned with two races still to run. Of those races that did run, Evgeny Bobryshev took a fine win in the only MX1
James Harrison has decided to take a break from pro racing to concentrate on his business interests and so will leave the Cab Screens Honda team with immediate effect. James is in his third year with the team and finished a fantastic 8th place in the British MX1 championship in
Arenacross ace Jack Brunell is to join the two-stroke revolution and race a KTM 250 in the Hitachi ASA KTM team in the UK for the rest of the season.
He’ll compete in the two-stroke class in the Maxxis British championship, kicking off this weekend at Desertmartin in Northern Ireland.