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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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.
Champions of the past, present and future will go head-to-head at the New Zealand Veterans’ and Women’s Motocross Championships in Taranaki this coming weekend.
Oparau’s James Scott is not a greedy person, but he does feel the time might be right for him to claim another national motocross title.
Bay of Plenty man Cody Cooper could never be accused of being boring, but the ease with which he won again at the weekend does make the Honda Racing Team crew very relaxed indeed.
World Superbike Championship bosses have confirmed that new technical regulations for the 2018 season will introduce a rev limit and a new engine concession system which will see a development freeze for the most successful squads.
Motorcycling New Zealand’s Junior Motocross Pathway to Podium High Performance Programme is up and running.