After the success of the inaugural ACU British Two-stroke Championship this year, entries are coming in thick and fast for 2018’s extended five-round series. At the front of the queue are this year’s top three – Mike Kras, Nev Bradshaw and James Dunn along with former MX1 British championship rider Ashley
The British two-stroke championship that ran at four rounds alongside the main Maxxis championship will not be a full eight-round series as was hoped for by many, but a five-round series for 2018.
Series Manager Stuart Drummond has unveiled a new-look British Two-stroke Championship and MXY2 series which will both be
Former US Supercross champ Chad Reed is out of the Red Bull Straight Rhythm after he over-jumped on his two-stroke Yamaha YZ250 in practice. He has hurt his ankle.
He said on social media: Sometimes things don't make sense. But you just roll with the punches and take the positives from it. The
The 2018 Michelin MX Nationals season adult classes, Clubmen MX2, Expert MX2 and Pro MX2, will allow a two-stroke 250 or 4-stroke 250 in the MX2 class.
There was talk of the ACU following the same rules for the Maxxis British championship but there has been no announcement yet.
If that does happens,
Red Bull Straight Rhythm returns to Fairplex in Pomona this coming weekend, for the event’s fourth consecutive year, utilizing the same riveting format where practice, qualifying, and racing will all take place on the same day. Additionally, the finals will once again take place at night under the lights making
Which is the fastest in a straight line on the Weston Beach Race start straight? Is it factory KTM extreme star Jonny Walker, on his 2018 works 450 four-stroke Dakar race bike with six-speed gearbox? Or MotoHead's Dave Willet on our 1996 Honda CR500 two-stroke? Watch the video to find
Chad Reed has confirmed he will ride a two-stroke Yamaha YZ250 at the Red Bull Straight Rhythm next weekend as he wants to beat Ryan Villopoto and Ronnie Mac!
Fan of two-stroke redneck Ronnie Mac? Then you'll want to check this out! There's some bad language, of course...
Respect is earned, not given and James Dunn has earned massive respect this season and the struggles he’s overcome in his career. Everyone knows the two-stroke scene creates massive attention and a lot of people are investing in. James has always been a fan and in fact it’s one piece of
Go on board with Nev Bradshaw as he races his 1989 Honda CR500 against a field of modern two-strokes in the last round of the British championship at Foxhill.