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Rotorua’s John Phillips will be mixing it with the really big boys this weekend.
He may have one of the smallest bikes in the competition, but Titirangi’s Callan May could be the surprise package in the tight going this weekend.
Kiwi dirt bike racers continue to impress overseas, at least 21 of them in fact.
Kiwi Bruce Anstey has topped the Superbikes and was on the podium in two other categories in qualifying at day three of the Isle of Man TT races this week.
Nearly three months have passed since the elite of the nation’s off-road motorcycle community last went head-to-head for New Zealand Enduro Championship glory.
The inaugural South Island Enduro Championship series kicked off at Peraki Bay, near Christchurch, on Sunday with an excellent turnout of nearly 70 riders.
Spain’s Carlos Checa has re-established his big lead in the World Superbike Championship standings after his dominant double victory from pole position at Miller Motorsports Park saw him secure a maximum 50 points.
Yes, it was a mud bath at Toowoomba and Kiwi hero Josh Coppins dropped as few points, but there are still four rounds to go in the Australian Motocross Championships, so anything can still happen.
New Zealand’s Paul Whibley is back where he feels he belongs, on top of the podium in the United States.