The next time you’re heading out for a ride on your dirt bike, spare a thought for the Andrews family from Gisborne.
It was a difficult weekend for New Zealand’s Avalon Biddle in her World Supersport 300 class event at Aragon, in Spain, at the weekend as she suffered a DNF “due to a technical problem”.
He may have contested only half of the races in this season’s recently-completed New Zealand Superbike Championships, but Taranaki man Hayden Fitzgerald can still count his abbreviated campaign as a major success.
Taupo’s Brad Groombridge is threatening to run away with the New Zealand Cross-country Championships again this season and just one more win will be enough for Groombridge to successfully defend his 2016 crown.
Round four of the 2017 FIM Motocross World Championships at Leon, in Mexico, at the weekend offered plenty of excitement, with Slovenian Tim Gajser extending his MXGP class lead from 10 points after round three in Argentina to now be 20 points in front.
He may have had to accept the No.2 ranking in New Zealand again this season, but Dean Ferris simply rules in Australia, the Yamaha man from Kyogle winning both MX1 races at the opening round of the MX Nationals at Wonthaggi, in Victoria, on Sunday.
The MX Development (Under-19) class delivered plenty of entertainment at the weekend with Yamalube Yamaha Racing Team’s Cooper Pozniak edging out tough competition to take the first round victory at round one of the Australian MX Nationals at Wonthaggi, in Victoria.
A crowd of more than 53,000 witnessed all the action up close at round 13 of the United States Supercross Championships at The Dome, in St Louis, at the weekend.
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