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Olympic skier dreams of a factory MX ride!

Making history by becoming the youngest medallist in Olympic alpine skiing history, Austria-based Norwegian Henrik Kristoffersen is an avid motocross rider and a proud ambassador for Husqvarna Motorcycles. The ‘Wild Child’ has grown up. He started his professional skiing career aged 17, winning his first race and one of the biggest

All change for WP suspension in the UK

WP Suspension is to distributed in the UK through a new network next year. The Austrian parent company, is entrusting the establishment of a new network of Authorised Centres to KTM UK, thus transferring the responsibility of the brand’s products to the Silverstone-based company. Gareth Edmunds has been appointed as WP

Test a Yamaha enduro bike in Wales

Want to test a new 2018 Yamaha WR250F and WR450F enduro bikes? Now you can with Yamaha's Enduro Pro Tour!  The 2018 WR250F and WR450F machines will be at the Yamaha Off-Road Experience, Powys, Wales on Friday 12th January, so you can experience the latest Yamaha race-bred technology yourself. If you’re

Frossard coaches Yamaha YZ125 hopefuls

Former GP winner Steven Frossard coached the Yamaha YZ125 Cup hopefuls in the bLU cRU Masterclass that took place on October 26th, 27th & 28th in Latina, Italy. For the first time ever, Yamaha Racing put together an exclusive event where some of the sharpest young YZ125 riders were able to train and learn

KTM opens German R&D centre

KTM has opened a new R&D Centre in Rosenheim, Germany. The new site benefits from its close proximity to a local higher education institution and the resulting pool of experts. This was important criteria when selecting the location of the site, which will concentrate on electronics development in the motorcycle

Watson sells Race Spec

  After 27 years of building Race Spec and working in the industry, David and Joanne Watson have sold the Race Spec brand to new owner, Daniel Bull, of M-cal performance technology. Former British champ Dave Watson, along with his wife Joanne, started Race Spec back in 1991 primarily as a suspension tuning company.

MX’s most common injury and how to fix it!

With MXGP into full European swing we picked the brains of Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s physio Giuseppe Chiodi on the bulk of his work at each Grand Prix and the biggest problem he addresses for the likes of Cairoli, Prado, Herlings and co … Former sprinter Giuseppe Chiodi almost always

Herlings frustration at lack of form

Reigning MX2 World Champion Jeffrey Herlings is still searching for an improved blend of fitness and confidence after starting the season with a broken hand. The Dutch star survived the bumpy terrain to place 12th overall with a 14-9 as the 2017 FIM Motocross World Championship hit Leon in Mexico. Herlings

Vertex rules Argentine MXGP!

The MXGP podium in the recent Argentinian GP was dominated by riders using Vertex pistons. HRC Honda, Monster Energy Yamaha Factory and Kawasaki KRT factory teams all use Vertex. In the first race, the top five riders were all using Vertex pistons. Then the overall podium of Honda's Tim Gajser, from

Deadlines looms for YZ125 Cup

If you've ever dreamed of being an Official Yamaha rider, you currently ride a YZ125 and you are born between 2001 and 2005 then there are three more days for you to enter the EMX125 Championship for your chance at a dream come true! Registrations so far have been a