For a slender rider on the smallest full-size bike you can buy, Joel Rizzi is having a heavyweight impact on racing in 2019. Last year he was quick but often struggled on his 125 Yamaha. But now he’s with the RFX KTM team, and being helped by former British champ
Russian Evgeny Bobryshev is back in MXGPs for 2018, riding Suzukis for the new BOS team. But the former HRC Honda man he'll still race for Neil Prince's team in the British championship.
Bobryshev, who is currently racing in the UK Arenacross series on the RFX Suzuki, last month went to
Former factory Honda rider and GP winner Evgeny Bobryshev is pictured testing the new 2018 Suzuki RMZ450 at a track run by one of his new sponsors for 2018. He'll contest the British Motocross championship, MX Nationals and UK Arenacross series for the team after failing to get a full-time GP ride.
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Neil Prince, James Yarrow, Nev Bradshaw, Andy Dawkins, Morgan Evans and Dan Dawkins are the Lombard Express Suzuki team and they
Suzuki's MX2 ace Kevin Wouts will be a non-starter at Sunday's Canada Heights Maxxis British motocross championship after a hernia was discovered on his vertebrae. He crashed at Preston Docks recently and was in some discomfort.
An MRI scan yesterday showed up the damage so he will not be racing at