This year’s Burt Munro Challenge was another roaring success and even the weather could not put too much of a dampener on proceedings.
Hawera’s Daryl Hurley won the Taranaki Sportsman of the Year title at an awards dinner in New Plymouth at the weekend.
Auckland‘s Chris Birch has done it again and this time he had another Kiwi, Wellington’s Rory Mead, for company on the podium.
All roads lead to Southland for the nation’s motorcyclists this weekend as the annual Burt Munro Challenge gets underway for another year.
Two top-10 riders in the world have been confirmed for round seven of the Monster Energy Super X in Brisbane next weekend.
Motorcycling Australia (MA) congratulates Jay Wilson on being awarded the 2009 ADB Readers Choice Junior Rider of the Year Award.
“What a race. Completely nuts. Bikes started at 6:30am, I got off the line close to 7.30am, being at the back of the pack in sportsman class.”
International entries for the 2009 Suzuki International Tri-Series are massive and Wanganui’s Cemetery Circuit will be the hub of the best racing this country has seen for many years.
Bay of Plenty extreme freestyle and motocross Guinness world record holder Mary Perkins is embarking on a competition with a twist.
Two-time former women’s world motocross champion Katherine Prumm has been putting on a brave face in recent times.