XBladez Arenacross Try-Out Axed

Due to a change of support and budget, the XBladez team has reassessed its involvement with the Arenacross series and made the tough decision to withdraw from the 2018 Tour. XBladez has been associated with, and has heavily supported, AX over the past three years and had ambitious plans going

Arenacross rides up for grabs!

Do you think you’re ready to take the step up to the UK Arenacross series as part of a professional team? Then you could get the chance of joining Team XBladez for the forthcoming championship following a unique try-out audition on a supercross-style track in November. The MotoHead-backed team enjoyed the

New riders for MotoHead WD-40 Husky team

The MotoHead-backed XBladez WD-40 Husqvarna team is hitting the final two rounds of the UK Arenacross series at Sheffield and Wembley with three new riders – two American Pro riders and a talented youngster in the 65s. And we are even looking for an 85 rider so we’re in every

Regroup time for MotoHead-backed Husky team

The MotoHead-backed XBladez Husqvarna crew sailed to Belfast this weekend for the fourth and fifth leg of the Arenacross UK tour, this time without Gradie Featherstone who has jetted to America to start his Supercross preparations. While the team dedicates its effort to replace him for forthcoming rounds, it was

Gradie gets US Supercross ride

British teenager Gradie Featherstone has scored a last-minute deal to race a Kawasaki KXF250 in the US Supercross championship.The 19-year-old will be based in California and will contest the East Coast series. Last year, he rode as a total privateer in the series and qualified for three main events. But

Danish teen Hojris on team MotoHead!

Danish teenager Frederik Hojris is to join the MotoHead-backed Husqvarna team for the UK Arenacross series, starting tomorrow in Glasgow. The triple Danish champion will ride our WD-40 backed long-term XBladez Husky 250 in the Pro Lites class. Hojris, who only turned 18 a week ago, is the current Danish

Gradie’s last-gasp Husky Arenacross ride

A social media appeal that went viral has helped talented 19-year-old Briton Gradie Featherstone make it to the start gate of the UK Arenacross series which kicks off on Saturday night in Manchester. With no major teams snapping up the feisty Brit who last year qualifier for three AMA Supercross Main