A versatile rider and a versatile bike can only add up to one thing, positive results across many different branches of the sport.
Feilding’s Craig Shirriffs will have to go outside his comfort zone if he is to sustain his challenge for the New Zealand Superbike Championship at Hampton Downs this weekend.
Here’s a neat little clip from the boys at ilabb.
They say defending a title might be even harder than winning it in the first place … and that might just be the case for New Zealand’s Paul Whibley in the United States this season.
Broxholme took his Castrol Botany Honda CRF250 to a convincing victory in the second of three MX2 (250cc) class races at Pukekohe on Sunday, something he had been threatening to do all through the series.
In distinctly different conditions, domestic motocross championships were staged in various countries over the weekend, but perhaps none were more contrasting than the New Zealand Motocross Championships and the Irish Motocross Championships.
The battle between the Yamaha aces just got even more intense.
Rotorua’s Cameron Vaughan (JCR Yamaha Racing YZ125) narrowly led the 125cc class as riders arrived at Pukekohe on Sunday for the third round of four in this season’s New Zealand Motocross Championships and, although he left the race track at the end of the day with his lead intact, it was not without a few scary moments along the way.
The second round of four in this season’s KTM-sponsored New Zealand Cross-country Championships is set for rugged Taranaki farmland at Purangi, near Inglewood, this Saturday.
Australia’s Brock Winston has plenty of reason to smile these days … he only had plans for a ‘warm-up’ ride but he has since proven he was already very hot indeed.
Suzuki riders topped the podium in both the MX1 and MX2 classes at the third round of four in this season’s New Zealand Motocross Championships near Pukekohe on Sunday.