Anstie top Brit in crash-hit Hawkstone

Max Anstie took a double win in the MX1 class at the Hawkstone International on Sunday as a rash of crashes ruined the chances of fellow quick Brits. Anstie romped to a double MX1 win Brad Anderson, Tommy Searle, Shaun Simpson, Ben Watson and Conrad Mewse were among the top men whose

The Hit List, what’s changed in 2019.

This feature in the Motohead app was posted two years ago, take a look and see if things have changed that much or maybe they haven't. 1 We can watch Supercross LIVE! It’s the world’s highest-profile dirt bike series but we’ve always had to wait for pirated videos to be loaded onto

Congrats Mr and Mrs Searle

Tommy Searle and his beautiful bride Sophia Louise celebrated a Christmas wedding yesterday at the lovely setting of Hampton Manor. Guests from the world of motocross and road racing were in attendance including Tony Cairoli and Alex Lowes. Congratulations, from all at Motohead. https://www.instagram.com/p/Brp75LMALIg/

How the British championships were won

Both classes in this year’s Maxxis British Motocross championship went down to the vary last race as Evgeny Bobryshev on his Lombard Express Suzuki wiped away an injured Jake Nicholls 39-point lead to snatch this year’s MX1 championship, while in the MX2s Hitachi KTM’s Conrad Mewse had to fight off

Searle, Anstie and Watson named as Team GB

Tommy Searle (MXGP), Ben Watson (MX2) and Max Anstie (MX Open) have been confirmed as the British team for the Motocross of Nations at Red Bud in October. Tommy Searle will be lining up to compete in the MXGP class on the Bike It DRT Kawasaki machine. In the past Tommy

Searle to contest 2019 British championship

Tommy Searle is set to contest the 2019 Maxxis British championship on a Kawasaki despite signing for the French-based BOS Kawasaki MXGP team. Kawasaki UK are to back Searle's bid to regain the title he lost to Graeme Irwin last season. This year Searle has had some wild card rides on

Searle to join Bobryshev in French BOS MXGP team

Tommy Searle will leave the Dixon squad in 2019 and will ride for the French-based BOS squad alongside Evgeny Bobryshev on Kawasakis. BOS this week announced they have hired former CLS Kawasaki team boss Jean-Jacques Lusietti, and he revealed live on TV that he has signed Searle to join Evgeny Bobryshev