He intends to race all four rounds of the New Zealand Motocross Championships in 2015, although that again depends upon whether he gets a call-up to head back to the UK early to prepare for the British Champs.
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Britain’s Rob Holyoake has unfinished business in New Zealand.
The affable 18-year-old from Cheltenham, near Bristol, will be back in the “Land of the Long White Cloud” this summer as he has another crack at the Kiwi motocross scene and this time he’ll be on a KTM.
The world can’t wait for the 2015 Motocross Grand Prix season to kick off and it’s probably all because of the injection of just one man … American motocross hero Ryan Villopoto.
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The dirt will fly north of Christchurch this weekend as the region hosts the annual New Zealand ATV Motocross Championships.
With seven consecutive national moto trials championships to his name, it would be a brave person indeed to bet against Wellington’s Jake Whitaker making it seven in a row this weekend.
With 118 riders representing 27 schools, the recent Hauraki Plains College Nailing The Peat Motocross Competition was a huge hit.
Team Motul Suzuki’s Matt Moss and Lawson Bopping continue to star in the 2014 Australian Supercross Championship, exiting last weekend’s Phillip Island round sitting first and second in the five-round national series.