The racing season has kicked off in great style for all the WIL Sport New Zealand riders as they finished in the points at World Superbikes in Aragon, Spain, last weekend.
The rumble from the hugely successful 2013 Suzuki Series continues to reverberate as the many fans among the New Zealand motorcycling community now brace themselves for the next onslaught, the 2014 series.
It was another eventful day of racing for Kiwi motorcycle heroes Paul Whibley and Callan May in the United States on Sunday.
This is probably the place they meant … the No Way In Hell extreme enduro, the country’s premier extreme enduro event, run by the man who should know, Tokoroa enduro wizard Sean Clarke.
Spain’s defending MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez completed his total domination of the Austin MotoGP in the United States at the weekend with a comfortable win over team-mate Honda Dani Pedrosa, a repeat of last year’s result.
Team Motul Suzuki Rider Matt Moss has performed a clean sweep in the MX1 class at the 2014 Monster Energy MX Nationals, winning both motos at the second round of the series at Appin in New South Wales.
With thousands of passionate motocross fans swarming the spectator zones at Arco di Trento, in Italy, the electricity of round four of the FIM Motocross World Championship was almost as exceptional as the intensity of the racing.
Nearly 54,000 fans were packed inside CenturyLink Field Stadium to watch Seattle-area native Ryan Villopoto take his Kawasaki to a fifth win at the 15th round of 17 in the 2014 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championships on Saturday night.
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