PRADO TAKES MX2 LEAD

The castle town of Loket hosted round 14 of the FIM Motocross World Championships, the MXGP of Czech Republic, at the weekend and Red Bull KTM Factory Racing team riders Jeffrey Herlings and Jorge Prado were the two men to … Continue reading

TOMAC ATTACKS; COOPER SLIPS

Colorado’s Eli Tomac is back on top in the United States. With back-to-back wins at the eighth round of 12 in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at Spring Creek MX Park in Millville, Minnesota, the Kawasaki man rocketed back … Continue reading

KIWI MXoN TEAM NAMED

New Zealand’s Motocross of Nations team for 2018 has been announced. Motorcycling New Zealand (MNZ) has today named the riders to represent New Zealand at the 2018 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations, the motocross equivalent of the Olympic Games. … Continue reading

PUTTING SOMETHING BACK

This is perhaps a classic case of an athlete “putting something back” into the sport he loves. Former Kiwi international Paul Whibley is still regarded as one of the best off-road bike racers in the world and now the cross-country … Continue reading

ANYTHING POSSIBLE AT FINAL ROUND

Auckland’s Callan May was the runaway winner at round two of the Dirt Guide Cross-country Series near Tokoroa last month and he’ll be hoping he can maintain that momentum right through to the end of racing at the third and … Continue reading

FERRIS STILL IN CONTROL

Kyogle’s Dean Ferris has managed to keep his perfect record of Australian MX Nationals round victories intact following two days of tight racing – back-to-back rounds seven and eight – at Ranch MX, in New South Wales, at the weekend. … Continue reading

DUNCAN READY FOR THE FINAL PUSH

New Zealand’s Courtney Duncan is perhaps just four races away from winning the Women’s Motocross World Championships (WMX) title this season. The Otago woman, at home for a much-needed three-week break from her European-based campaign, is resting and catching up … Continue reading

DIRT GUIDE & NZXC

Manawatu’s Paul Whibley probably won’t be able to defend his NZXC series crown this season, but he doesn’t mind one little bit. The series, which first came to life in 2015, was Whibley’s own creation and not something he really … Continue reading

DOUBLE-HEADER THIS WEEKEND

It’s double-header motocross action in Australia this weekend. Raymond Terrace in New South Wales will host rounds seven and eight of the Pirelli MX Nationals over a massive two days. The Ranch MX venue at Raymond Terrace will see thousands … Continue reading

FATHER AND DAUGHTER SIDE BY SIDE

It was an international desert race debut ride for both of them, but New Zealand father and daughter pair Kevin and Rachael Archer flew the Kiwi flag high in Australia at the weekend. Riding as individuals, they tackled the famous … Continue reading

NEW LOOK TO WEBSITE

BikesportNZ.com is getting ready to roll out some major improvements. We will shortly go “live” with a refreshed and upgraded website. These changes have been made to suit the needs of our fast-moving bike fans and to make it easier … Continue reading

RISING STAR ON XC SCENE

South Auckland’s Richard Sutton … this is possibly a name to watch for the future, certainly one that could now be expected to feature highly on the results sheets at upcoming major New Zealand cross-country events. The 27-year-old plumber from … Continue reading

NEW LEADER IN THE USA

Marvin Musquin earned his second consecutive victory and captured the 450 series lead at the seventh round of the motocross nationals in the United States, the AMA Pro Motocross Championships, held in Red Bud, in Buchanan, Michigan at the weekend. … Continue reading