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Booker has surgery on broken back

Husqvarna's Jordan Booker has had surgery on his spine following a crash while riding at Fatcats Motopark in Doncaster yesterday. The MVR-D team rider went down hard and broke his L1 vertebra and sternum and bruised his lungs. Luckily the broken bone in his back was away from the spinal chord

Kullas faces fitness fight for Desertmartin

Husky ace Harri Kullas faces a battle to be fit for Sunday's Desertmartin round of the Maxxis British championship after breaking his right collarbone four weeks ago. Kullas is currently second in the MX2 championship, 30 points behind Ben Watson and is also tenth in the MX1 championship despite missing

Bradshaw’s Husky Arenacross return

Former champ Nev Bradshaw returns to Arenacross this weekend at Glasgow with MVR-D Husqvarna. The former top British MX2 runner will take the ride vacated by Kristian Whatley who parted company with the team due to irreconcilable differences following Whatley's no-show at the Manchester opener on Saturday. Bradshaw’s no stranger to

Whatley and MVR-D Husky split

Former British champion Kristian Whatley has split with his MVR-D Husqvarna team after failing to turn up to race for them at the Manchester Arenacross on Saturday night. Whatley recently tested the bike recently in Spain, but there was a last-minute disagreement between Whatley and his payment for his Arenacross ride. So

Whatley and Soubeyras join 2017 Arenacross

Popular Brit Kristian Whatley and fast Frenchman Cedric Soubeyras are two of the latest names to confirm they’ll ride in the UK Arenacross series. Former British champ Whatley will spearhead MVR-D’s 2017 racing activities aboard Husqvarna machinery. The 2013 British motocross champion finished fifth in the 2014 Arenacross series and

Whatley goes Husqvarna!

Former British champion Kristian Whatley has been out testing a 450 Husqvarna after splitting with the Buildbase Honda team. Whatley, who missed the final part of the season, was not named in the squad’s 2017 line up. He’s now been out on a 450 Husky and posted this photo and a

Money firm back MVR-D Husky

By MVR-D Husqvarna. Britain's MVR-D Fuel10K Husqvarna Arenacross team has picked up backing from currency conversion company Key Currency. Riders haven't been announced yet. Key Currency's Jon Pinkney said: "I have ridden in motocross since I was 12 and got chatting with MVR-D about some of their foreign exchange dealings. I ended