New Zealand riders filled two-thirds of the podium at the latest round of the Grand National Cross-country Championships in the United States.
However, he is still 20 points behind series leader Josh Coppins, the Kiwi Yamaha ace settling for fourth overall in the MX1 class at Wonthaggi on Sunday.
Reigning World Champion Casey Stoner took his first ever premier-class victory at the MotoGP of Spain at Jerez overnight as he fought an epic battle with championship rival Jorge Lorenzo.
It was the CP377 Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki rider Christophe Pourcel who took the victory, while defending MX1 champion Antonio Cairoli took second overall, at the Italian Motocross Grand Prix at Fermo at the weekend, round three of the world championships.
We don’t just half-wittedly cut and paste other people’s words and pictures from PR items that are sent out to every address in some PR company’s address book.
Another great issue of Geoff Meyer’s FREE online Motocross magazine Motocross Illustrated is out and it’s a beauty.
Interviews with 2012 GP winners Antonio Cairoli and Gautier Paulin, a look at the KTM assault on America as Pit Beirer gives us the inside news on bikes sales and rider salaries, plus a story on the slow death of Belgian Motocross and BikesportNZ.com’s Andy McGechan has a chat with the fast-rising Jake Whitaker.
Where else can you see museum pieces, lovingly restored to pristine condition, rolled out and raced, hard-out on some of nature’s toughest terrain?
The Taranaki VMX fraternity enjoys a regular monthly “ride day” and, as always, it was this month again a popular event.
Moto Academy NZ is offering to provide coaching and classes for riders at the TAC Victoria Motorcycle Club Championships 2012.
Recent Moto Academy NZ graduate Glen Skachill (pictured above) raced his way to the No.2 spot in the 600cc supersports class at this year’s New Zealand Superbike Championships and there’s no reason why you could not be the next Skachill.