‘BOOT CAMP’ LIES IN STORE

Mangakino’s Maximus Purvis (Altherm JCR Yamaha), bouncing back from injury. Photo by Andy McGechan, BikesportNZ.com

A “boot camp” lies ahead for leading Kiwi motocross racers Kayne Lamont and Maximus Purvis as the 2018 motocross nationals draw near.

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GET IT ON-LINE

The latest issue of Kiwi Rider is up and waiting to be read …

Check out some of the features below to see what’s in the dirt-biased December issue of KR by clicking HERE

KR is now only available online, but it’s free twice a month for your PC, phone or tablet. You can download it to read offline too. Want a printed version – you can also print it out to read away from the screen too.

Click HERE to read Kiwi Rider on-line.

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THREE WINS IN A ROW

It is a record three wins in a row for Husqvarna star Liam Draper after he again won the annual Dead Toad cross-country race in the Woodhill Forest, west of Auckland, on Sunday.

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TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE

Spectator tickets for the 2018 Burt Munro Challenge are now available.

Check out the Invercargill Visitor Info Centre  and this website: Burt Munro Challenge

Get tickets to all 6 racing events for just $99

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THE PATHWAY IS IN PLACE

Oparau’s James Scott (KTM), building up for the 2018 Junior World Championships in Australia. Photo by Andy McGechan, BikesportNZ.com

Motorcycling New Zealand’s Junior Motocross Pathway to Podium High Performance Programme is up and running.

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