RHL takes on two Maxxis rounds

RHL Activities is to be the organisers of round two and six of the 2018 Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship at Culham Moto Park in Abingdon near Oxford on April 1 and Duns in Scotland on July 29. The eight round Maxxis British Motocross Championship series will see the very

Kras heads British two-stroke entries

After the success of the inaugural ACU British Two-stroke Championship this year, entries are coming in thick and fast for 2018’s extended five-round series. At the front of the queue are this year’s top three – Mike Kras, Nev Bradshaw and James Dunn along with former MX1 British championship rider Ashley

Edmonds joins Apico Husqvarna

Irish Motocross of Nations regular Stuart Edmonds is to join the Apico Husqvarna team for the 2018 season. Edmonds, who recently made the switch to Husqvarna from TM, will join Matt Burrows in the  Maxxis British MX1 and MX Nationals championships. Edmonds said:” I’m really pleased to work with Apico Factory Racing

Blaxhall honoured as best British round

For the second year in a row the Woodbridge Club's Blaxhall circuit in Suffolk has been awarded the prestigious title of Maxxis British championship Organiser of the Year for 2017 . Since their involvement with the British Championship in 2015, Woodbridge have continued with ambition to improve on making the

Barr talks about Husky switch

Martin Barr, who finished second in the 2017 Maxxis ACU British Motocross MX2 Championship, joins Mel Pocock, Dylan Woodcock and Ollie Colmer on the Husqvarna UK-backed Revo team. Over the last 15 years Martin has forged a well-deserved reputation as a top-flight front-runner in domestic motocross and he’s relishing the opportunity

Dowson joins Hooper Yamaha

Hot on the heels of announcing their 450 squad of Kristian Whatley and Ryan Houghton, the Rob Hooper Racing Yamaha Motocross team can now reveal their 250 rider for the 2018 season with 20 year old Robbie Dowson stepping into the breach. Dowson comes with a good pedigree having come 2nd in

Phoenix Honda reveals 2018 set up

The Phoenix tools Honda team that helped Gert Krestinov to second in the British championship this year has revealed its 2018 plans. Krestinov will stay, alongside Carlton Husband, on the MX1 bikes. But the team will now have Apico as a main backer so will be Phoenix Tools Apico Honda. Check out

Barr joins Revo Husky

Ulsterman Martin Barr has agreed to join the Revo Husqvarna team in a two-year deal that will see him contest the British MX2 championship and the European EMX250 series. Barr revealed the news at the Dirt Bike show where he tried out his new ride for size. The former Honda rider

British championship date clashes

The provisional dates for the eight-round Maxxis British motocross championship has been revealed, and despite the ACU claiming it comes following the release of the provisional FIM calendar for the 2018 World Motocross Championship which was unveiled in June, there are already clashes. March 25 clashes with a GP at Red

Ironman Irwin to double up at Foxhills

Newly-crowned British MX1 champ Graeme Irwin will ride both the MX2 and MX1 classes for Buildbase Honda at the final British championship round at Foxhill near Swindon on August 27. Although Honda has a new 2018 CRF250, it's not been announced whether he'll ride the new bike or one of the