Belgian motocross GP rider Jago Geerts has a message for his fans: “Hey guys. Check out my cool helmet cam footage at the legendary Lommel race track. Enjoy the ride”.
Under normal circumstances JM Honda Racing team manager Jacky Martens would just have returned from Saint-Jean d’Angély and was scheduled to prepare for the Italian MXGP in Maggiora.
Britain’s Steve Dixon, owner of the Dixon Racing Team and involved in motocross at the highest level for several decades, is one of the iconic personalities in the GP paddock.
Belgian motocross ace Jago Geerts is back training hard as he awaits the resumption of the 2020 motocross world championship season.
We can today announce the winners so far in the colouring and craft competition being run by MX2 world championship contender Jago Geerts, as well as revealing a special offer for all competitors.
United States supercross and motocross great Ricky Carmichael conducts a roundtable discussion with this year’s main players.
We are coming up to the 10th anniversary of the tragic passing of Australian motocross and supercross legend Andrew McFarlane.
We had a bit of an explore around the BikesportNZ.com offices, rummaged through our MX shirt souvenirs and we happened across these beauties (pictured).
A video chat with respected Belgian motocross journalist and photographer Stefan Geukens at the weekend offered BikesportNZ.com some interesting thoughts on the current state of the sport.
Earlier this month, three-time motocross world champion Tim Gajser did an online training session with Team HRC physio, Filippo Camaschella.
After claiming his second motocross world title in the 250cc class, Belgian rider Georges Jobe chose Kawasaki for his move to the 500cc “Class of Kings” in 1984 … and became an all-time hero with this legendary leap.
Some of the greatest motocross rivalries in history can been seen spilling it all out on the track right here.
Oparau’s James Scott is ready for Europe, it’s just that Europe is not quite ready for him.
While the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak steals so much of our attention away and pretty much ruins 2020 as a going concern, it’s probably a good time to look back at a few recent highlights, just to cheer us all up … Continue reading →
In response to the evolving health crisis surrounding the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, MX Sports Pro Racing has officially announced an amended event schedule for the 2020 season of the United States nationals.
Due to the worldwide measures against the spread of Coronavirus, motorsport is currently experiencing unforeseen downtime.
There are now so many motorcycling events that have been either postponed or cancelled because of the global COVID-19 Coronavirus scare.
The world’s organising body, Infront Moto Racing, has announced further changes to the 2020 MXGP racing calendar.
The next five rounds of the AMA/ FIM World Supercross Championship in the United States have been cancelled because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
When the coronavirus breakout was first identified in the Chinese city of Wuhan in late 2019, most people weren’t too worried.