Smets quits as Belgium Nations manager

Five times world champ Joel Smets has quit as manager of the Belgian Motocross of Nations team after 11 years. He says when he took on the role, he was working part-time but now has a full-time role at KTM, and a growing family he wants to spend spare time

Relive the Nations with cool video edits!

Tired of the 2017 Motocross of Nations yet? Of course not! Check out some more cool video edits from the event of the year, courtesy of Alpinestars and Fox!  

Motocross of Nations Redux!

Tired of the glorious Motocross of Nations 2017 yet? Thought not! Check out some of these cool videos from Max Anstie and team GB's great day on the mud of Matterley!

Matterley mud caused shock failure says HRC

It was the unique Matterley track that caused Cole Seely's rear factory KYB shock to fail in both motos at the Motocross of Nations, says Honda. The team are quick to point out that all production CRF450s, and the HRC factory bikes, use Showa shocks with a totally different system.

Nations video frenzy!

Check out the highlights, spills and thrills as Max Anstie led Team GB to a podium at marvellous but muddy Matterley!  

Anstie dominates Nations as Team GB podium

Max Anstie took a stunning double race win in the MXGP class to help Britain to a podium finish for the first time in 20 years at the Motocros of Nations at Matterley Basin. As France ran away with the win for the fourth year in a row, Team GB battled

Ireland ready for Nations push

Team Ireland looks set for a great Nations after the squad easily qualified for the main event - avoiding the nail-biting B-final last-chance race they have faced so many times. Graeme Irwin was the star performer, battling with Tanel Leok for eighth place and looking every inch the GP-quality rider. His Honda

MX of Nations video frenzy!

Check out lots of action from the Nations qualifying...