This Labour Weekend brings the 29th running of the popular annual Greymouth Motorcycle Street Race.
News in overnight is that Romano Fenati has been fired by the Marinelli Snipers Team for his despicable behaviour at the weekend.
The 2018 Motocross of European Nations wrapped up at the Gdansk circuit of Poland at the weekend, with Team Italy winning both the men’s and women’s trophies.
The 2018 Motocross of European Nations is just like the MXoN, but for the EMX250, EMX125 and EMX85 riders of the world.
It will be two national championship events for the price of one near Timaru this weekend (September 1-2).
It’s time to give a big shout-out to all Kiwi vintage motocross racers.
It is two Australians and an American on the top of the junior motocross world this year and some of the Kiwis weren’t too far behind.
There are plenty more years of racing still left in Dutchman Jeffery Herlings, but he’s already achieved more in the past few years than many do in a lifetime of racing.
Qualifying is over for the 2018 edition of the FIM Junior Motocross World Championships at Horsham, in Australia.
So you’ve heard about enduro events but don’t really know how they work, so that’s perhaps why you’ve never tried one.
Flying Dutchman Jeffery Herlings further extended his MXGP lead at the 16th round of 20 in the world series in Switzerland at the weekend.
The Dooen Recreation Reserve in Horsham, Australia, will be the perfect venue to host the FIM Junior Motocross World Championships on August 25-26, 2018.
Altherm JCR Yamaha Racing Team rider Maximus Purvis won the battle, but it was fellow Yamaha rider Bailey Malkiewicz who won the war.
It has been a glorious season of motocross racing for Auckland-based former Takaka rider Hamish Harwood.
It could be a real Dutch treat at this year’s Motocross of Nations in the USA in October.
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Champions of the past, present and future will go head-to-head at the annual New Zealand Veterans’ and Women’s Motocross Championships near Timaru on September 1-2.
It’s time to get ready for the start of the Kiwi road-race season, especially if you’re a street racing hero.
It seems that winning is becoming a bit of a habit for Auckland’s Callan May.
New Zealand racers are again poised to launch an attack on the rest of the world.