Husqvarna’s squad of factory and support riders – including New Zealand’s Kayne Lamont – will look hungrily toward to this weekend’s resumption of the Australian Motocross Championships as a chance to further recent gains or make up for uncharacteristic recent jitters.
Pahiatua’s Paul Whibley maintained his stranglehold on the Off-Road Motorcycle and ATV series in the United States with another solid ride at the weekend.
From one extreme, the heavily elevated hard pack clay of the Czech Republic, to the other, the bottomless whooped out sand of Belgium, the 15th round of 17 in the FIM Motocross World Championship calendar will be a tough one this weekend, August 3, in Lommel.
KTM Motocross Racing Team rider Kirk Gibbs is looking forward to this weekend’s eighth round of the Australian Motocross Championships at Raymond Terrace, as a chance to show what he’s capable of at the venue.
Craig Dack Yamaha racing team’s Jay Marmont announced his retirement from top-level motocross at round seven of the Australian Motocross Championships in Conondale earlier this month, but his plans to wind up his career with rides at the final three rounds has now taken a new twist.
Auckland’s Sam Greenslade has shown once again that consistency counts for everything when it comes to off-road motorcycle racing.
It was business as usual when the 2014 edition of the annual Woodhill Two-man cross-country series kicked off near Auckland at the weekend.
Auckland’s Callan May has had a couple of weeks to rest and relax after his recent international campaign, but the cross-country motorcycle ace showed on Saturday that his skills and fitness were still extremely sharp.
There will be one less Kiwi at Raymond Terrace in New South Wales next weekend when the riders line up there to race the eighth round of 10 in the Australian Motocross Championships.