British championship venues revealed

The 2018 Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship venues have been revealed and every circuit is either on sand - like Lyng and Hawkstone Park - or similarly soft ground like Culham and Duns. Sand tracks often fare better under harsh weather but the tracks won't suit all riders, like hard pack

Dates for the major UK national series

Following yesterday's announcement about the MXGP series, the Maxxis British championship, MX Nationals and Bridgestone Masters have now revealed their revamped calendars to avoid major clashes where possible. Here are the new dates, in calendar order!  March 3 - 4 = Bridgestone Masters (1) – Hawkstone Park March 11 = Maxxis British

Will both British titles be won at Preston?

Graeme Irwin goes into this Sunday's seventh round of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean at Preston Docks knowing he could leave at the end of the day as the new MX1 champion, and Ben Watson is on the verge of clinching the MX2 crown, too. Buildbase

Double Top Ten for Apico Husqvarna at Blaxhall

The sixth round of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean took place at the fantastic Blaxhall Circuit near Woodbridge in Suffolk. With the track looking in great condition prior to the action starting, both Jamie Law and Matt Burrows were looking forward to getting out on

Who’ll take the Blaxhall Maxxis honours?

The Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean heads to the superb Blaxhall circuit in Suffolk for round six on Sunday. Returning to the championship calendar in 2015 after a long absence, the flowing sand track made an immediate impact and last year the Woodbridge & DMCC was awarded

Hall stays Team Green in MX2

After climbing through the ranks with Team Green from KX85 to KX250F this year in the MXY2 class, Lewis Hall has signed a deal to stay with Team Green for 2018 as he moves to the MX2 class in the Maxxis British Championship and selected rounds of the EMX250 series. Winning

Booker has surgery on broken back

Husqvarna's Jordan Booker has had surgery on his spine following a crash while riding at Fatcats Motopark in Doncaster yesterday. The MVR-D team rider went down hard and broke his L1 vertebra and sternum and bruised his lungs. Luckily the broken bone in his back was away from the spinal chord

Canada Heights spill forces Major to quit

British championship MX1 privateer Patrick Major has decided to quit racing following his horrendous get-off at the Canada Heights British championship recently. He banged his head hard and suffered shoulder injuries in a crash that was captured on a phone and sent the internet into meltdown. He has posted the