We here at BikesportNZ.com take literally thousands of photos at the dozens of events we travel to, but, the shame is, most never see the light of day.
BikesportNZ.com gets around the place.
Almost every weekend, the BikesportNZ.com crew will pop up at some major event or another, on the spot to give you accurate, first-hand accounts of just what is happening in the motorcycling world.
Auckland’s Avalon Biddle has big plans for 2015, ones that include again humbling some of the cream of Europe’s young male motorcycling superstars.
The Toby Summers show continued at Manfeild at the weekend.
The Yamaha rider from Auckland who won the Suzuki Series in the Formula Two/600cc class for the first time last season is now looking odds-on favourite to make it two titles in a row as he produced another scintillating performance at the weekend, racing at the second round of three in the series at Manfeild, just outside Palmerston North.
It was something of a reality check for visiting international star Horst Saiger at Manfeild on Sunday.
Wanganui’s Richard Dibben (Honda CRF450) easily won the day’s first of two super moto races at the second round of the Suzuki Series at Manfeild on Sunday, but he crashed in race two and was eliminated from the results.
Motorcycling New Zealand, the governing body for motorcycle activities in this part of the world, has a new acting president.
It is not often than a competitor in the high-speed, high-risk world of motorcycle racing can celebrate a “perfect” weekend, but that’s exactly what Aucklander Jaden Hassan was able to do on Sunday.