After a wet and windy start on Saturday and practise being cancelled, Stuart Edmonds was still the only Apico Husqvarna Pro Rider able to compete at the final round of the MX Nationals at FatCat Motoparc in Doncaster. The team were able to welcome Matt Burrows and Jamie Law on
Stuart Edmonds is out of the Irish Motocross of Nations squad after re-breaking his right arm in practice at the MX Nationals at Cusses Gorse. This comes as a massive blow for Stuart who had set his goal to be fit and ride for Team Ireland at Red Bud on October
Apico Husqvarna's Irish star Stuart Edmonds and Honda AMA pro Christian Craig will be be out of action for the foreseeable future after they both sustained injuries at the weekend.
Edmonds has broken his upper arm in five places and may face surgery in Ireland. He was checked out today and
Apico boss Dylan Brown swopped the boardroom for the pit box by taking up the spanners to act as mechanic for his Apico Husqvarna team rider Stu Edmonds at the immaculately prepared Blaxhall Circuit in Suffolk at the weekend. The host club had been busy during the winter months to
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
Irish Motocross of Nations regular Stuart Edmonds has swopped from his regular TMs to Husqvarnas for 2o18. "They say a change is a good thing and I am delighted to be changing to this wonderful bike, the Husqvarna FC450 and trying something completely new in my racing career," he said.
Irishman Stuart Edmonds will stay on TM for the British and Irish championships. CCM RACING and TMC RACING have been supporting riders for many years in the Irish and British championships and with METCON SBS , Balbriggan auto centre, Jimmy Jones Plant hire, Electraction, Corcoran Chemicals, Spence Racing and other
Awful news for Team Ireland's Stuart Edmonds as his precious Motocross of Nations kit was stolen. Team Ireland had fought their way to the main races via the B final, where Stuart crashed in turn one and had a ride through the pack to qualify. The TM 450 rider said: