MotoHead has signed up to become an Official Media Partner of the 2021 Revo ACU British Motocross Championship, run for the first time this year by RHL Activities.
"MotoHead has always been a great supporter of British motocross which has been a key part of our innovative and fast-growing digital media platforms,
Bridgestone has signed a deal to become the Official Tyre Partner of the Revo ACU British Motocross Championship for the 2021 season. The agreement will see Bridgestone as the sole tyre manufacturer partner for the sport’s Official British Motocross Championship. This agreement with RHL Activities continues the growth of the Bridgestone presence in the sport. This
Revo Developments will become the title partner of the ACU British Motocross Championship. The partnership sees the Championship become the Revo ACU British Motocross Championship with the Revo brand and its products being prominent at each round throughout the 2021 season.
Revo, which used to run a British championship and MX2 GP team on Husqvarnas until
REVO returns to the motocross paddock in 2021 with a two-rider REVO Seven Kawasaki team taking aim at major domestic MX1 silverware along with selected MXGP and EMX rounds.
After taking a year out of competition, Team Principal Mark Yates has joined forces with Kawasaki UK and the Seven clothing brand
Hot on the heels of its first competitive outing of the year at Hawkstone Park last weekend, REVO Husqvarna UK made the long journey from its Belgian base to the South West of France for the Lacapelle International.
With riders Dylan Walsh and Alvin Östlund both bouyed up on the back
British Revo Husqvarna team has signed up Kiwi Dylan Walsh to spearhead its first world championship campaign. He'll be teamed up with Mel Pocock in the EMX250 series and both will contest the British championship. But it means there's no room for Martin Barr who is without a ride.
REVO Husqvarna UK’s 2018 EMX250 championship campaign came to an end at the MXGP of The Netherlands at the world famous Assen facility at the weekend.
With the title out of reach, the primary objective was for Mel Pocock to make sure of second position in the championship which he did
Honda's Jake Nicholls tightened his grip on his first Maxxis British Motocross championship on Sunday by notching up yet another overall win at a damp and humid Hawkstone park in Shropshire as his biggest rival Evgeny Bobryshev had a troubled day include a penalty for a failed noise test. But
REVO Husqvarna's Dylan Woodcock fractured his thumb in qualification at the Duns British championship on Sunday and will have surgery on Wednesday.
“I was on my first qualifying lap and the wind blew me off my line over the big triple and I slid off in the corner and bent my thumb
There were great scenes in the EMX250 race in Spain as Revo Husqvarna's Martin Barr took victory in the second moto, but yesterday's race winner Mel Pocock ended up on the final step of the podium thanks to his win in Redand yesterday.
Six years after he last won the EXM250