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It's time for the gate to drop on the Fastest 40 British motocross championship - previously known as the MX Nationals.And the season kicks off at the legendary Hawkstone Park circuit - a massive test of man and machine. With separate classes for MX1, MX2 and 125 two-stroke being run

How Triumph shook the world of MX

For a brand new bike to lead its first ever GP and to put its rider on the podium is a major achievement - even for established brands with years of success. So for MXGP racing rookies Triumph to do it at the first MX2 GP of the year in

How to win by Carmichael and Stanton

The Greatest of All Time Ricky Carmichael and six-time AMA champion Jeff Stanton talk about what it takes nowadays to win in motocross or supercross at the highest level, and give advice for any up-and-coming riders on how to be as good as they can be. From the massive facilities

How Herlings got back to winning ways Seven months after he last raced, five-times world champ Jeffrey Herlings shows he's back in the game after winning two of the three motos at the Hawkstone Park International, including the Superfinal. Battling against Glenn Coldenhoff, Romain Febvre, Pauls Jonass, Alberto Forato, Jeremy Seewer, Isak Gifting, Brent Van Doninck and

MotoHead video preview to Hawkstone International

There are other pre-season international motocross races in countries like Italy, Spain and France, but none pull the crowds and the big names consistently, year after year like Hawkstone Park. It is the daddy of them all, on one of the world's most historic yet toughest tracks. We take a

Prado’s factory GP racer revealed

The new factory 450 GasGas of world champ Jorge Prado might not look much different from last year’s model but - like the new-style KTM and Husqvarna factory editions – it has a new frame with different wall thicknesses and cutaway sections. This improves the flex characteristics and has trimmed

Cairoli and Lupino test 450 Ducati

The new 450 Ducati was put to the test on the super-rough Mantova track in Italy yesterday at the hands of Tony Cairoli and Alessandro Lupino. Taking the opportunity to ride on the track at its roughest following Sunday's International race there, the duo had a few glitches as they

First shakedown test for our 2008 KX125

After more than 100 hours use without any maintenance, MotoHead's Dave Willet stripped down the 2008 KX125 of one of our filmmaking team to give it a refresh. Join us on the first test run on the bike that we wish Kawasaki would put back into production.