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Cab Screens now No1 UK Yamaha MX1 team

Cab Screens MX riders including Harri Kullas and Dan Thornhill will be using Yamaha machinery in 2021, changing from Honda. Cab Screens becomes the official Yamaha UK MX1 Team and will be known as Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha. Crescent Yamaha joins as an integral team partner and brings over 20

Yamaha axes YZ Superfinale

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Infront Moto Racing and Yamaha Motor Europe have taken the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 YZ bLU cRU FIM Europe SuperFinale, which was scheduled to take place during the MXGP of Lommel, in Belgium on October 24th. With safety in mind, a range of scenarios were discussed and reviewed internally. Still, it is

Try a 2021 Yamaha at Apex

Yamaha Motor UK is offering the chance to try their 2021 motocross range as the MX Pro Tour returns to Great Britain in September. Test ride a new Yamaha in September at one of the UK's top tracks  The two day event will take place at Apex Motocross track in Worcester, offering

Yamaha electric crosser nears production

Yamaha Europe, the Dutch bikesport federation KNMV, and two high-tech firms Dohms Projecten and Spike join forces to build a race-ready Yamaha e-bike that is said to be as fast as a 250F and will go on sale in 2021. Yamaha already makes electric motors for mountain bikes but this

Yamaha restarts Italy and France factories

Yamaha has announced that final product manufacturing will resume at the Motori Minarelli engine factory in Calderara di Reno, Italy and the MBK Industrie assembly plant in Saint Quentin , France on Monday 4th May. These plants make bikes for lots of smaller-capacity and off-road bikes, such as some Fantics.

Yamaha youth cup attracts record numbers

A record 286 young riders have signed up to the 2020 YZ bLU cRU FIM Europe Cup across the YZ65, YZ85 and YZ125 classes. The number of national championships bLU cRU riders will participate in has also increased from 17 to 21, as Yamaha continues to expand its pool of

Teen talent Kooiker gets Yamaha call-up

Yamaha Motor Europe is pleased to announce that the Hutten Metaal Yamaha Official EMX250 Team has finalised their 2020 rider line up with the addition of Dave Kooiker, a 14-year-old Dutch prodigy who will start the season contesting the EMX125 series but with the goal of stepping up to EMX250

Factory Yamaha GP teams show their 2020 colours

Following the official announcement of Yamaha Motor Europe's reformed Racing Strategy back in August 2019, the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP and Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 teams are all set for an exciting 2020 FIM Motocross World Championship season. Watson and Geerts head MX2 The re-establishment of the Monster Energy Yamaha

Race to win Yamaha support

Yamaha Motor Europe wishes to invite riders that are eligible to join the 2020 YZ125, YZ85 and YZ65 bLU cRU FIM Europe Cup programs to register now. Since 2015, the YZ125 bLU cRU FIM Europe Cup has been the best opportunity for young motocross riders to find their feet in the world of professional racing,

Nunn joins Hooper Yamaha

The Rob Hooper Racing Yamaha Motocross team are pleased to announce Sam Nunn as their final signing for 2020. 17-year-old Nunn who hails from Newmarket in Suffolk will ride the YZF250 in the MX2 class of the British Motocross Championship, MX Nationals, Bridgestone British Masters as well as selected EMX250