Former world number four, Tru7 Group Honda rider Jake Nicholls, will join the ever-growing list of top British Motocross athletes when he lines up for the opening round of Arenacross at Belfast next January.
Nicholls retired from motocross racing earlier this year, after a professional career that started in 2007, to
Stars like former world champ Romain Febvre and British champ Tommy Searle have praised Jake Nicholls who announced on social media that's he's exiting full-time pro racing following another injury this week. He said:
"Well, this was one too many for me… Since the end of 2018 mx has kicked the
Tommy Searle and Jake Nicholls have signed to stay with the Crendon Fastrack Honda team in 2022. The squad, backed by one of the UK’s leading Timber Engineering companies Crendon, will again contest the UK’s two highest-level series, the ACU British championship and MX Nationals.
For Derbyshire-based Searle, it will be
Jake Nicholls will be out of action for longer than first thought after it's been discovered he fractured his shoulder blade in his crash last month. The Crendon Honda rider missed the opening two rounds of the British championship after hurting his shoulder in the run up to the first
Crendon Honda team-mates Jake Nicholls and Jay Hague test engine specs on their new 2021 Honda race bikes on Jake's incredible track. Under the watchful eye of triple world 500 champ Dave Thorpe, the pair lap the spectacular, sandy circuit. And Jake explains what the squad are testing in terms
You can spend a day riding on the Fatcats track alongside British champ Tommy Searle, and his Buildbase Honda team-mates of Jake Nicholls and Steven Clarke, under the watchful eye of triple world champ Dave Thorpe on October 1. With advice and coaching from the team, it'll be a
The 2020 racing season finally got under way at Hawkstone Park on Sunday where Jake Nicholls, Tommy Searle and Steven Clarke ensured Buildbase Honda packed the podium with Jake and Tommy filling the top two spots in Pro MX1 and Steven bringing it home in second in Pro MX2.
Kullas has the lead but EBB goes down at the back of the pack
Shaun Simpson made amends for his double DNF at the last
round at Desertmartin by romping to a pair of unchallenged race wins at Hawkstone
Park, round six of the Maxxis British championship.
Simpson takes a look to see where
Shaun Simpson walked away from Hawkstone Park with an impressive 1-1 as did Dylan Walsh in MX2. It was also good to see Jake Nicholls back racing after his injury. Report and images to follow.
After losing the British championship title last year when he broke his leg just weeks before the final round, Jake Nicholls' 2019 title bid has been hit hard as complications to his recovery mean he'll miss the start of the season.
The 28-year-old Buildbase Honda rider now faces at least a