KIWI MXoN TEAM NAMED

New Zealand’s Motocross of Nations team for 2018 has been announced. Motorcycling New Zealand (MNZ) has today named the riders to represent New Zealand at the 2018 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations, the motocross equivalent of the Olympic Games. … Continue reading

DUNCAN READY FOR THE FINAL PUSH

New Zealand’s Courtney Duncan is perhaps just four races away from winning the Women’s Motocross World Championships (WMX) title this season. The Otago woman, at home for a much-needed three-week break from her European-based campaign, is resting and catching up … Continue reading

NEW LOOK TO WEBSITE

BikesportNZ.com is getting ready to roll out some major improvements. We will shortly go “live” with a refreshed and upgraded website. These changes have been made to suit the needs of our fast-moving bike fans and to make it easier … Continue reading

BIKE NEWS IS ON-LINE

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ON THE PACE IN AUSTRALIA

The Australian Motocross Championships nudged past the halfway mark at the weekend with Kiwi riders continuing to press their claims for a share of the silverware. West Auckland-based former Takaka rider Hamish Harwood is certainly one New Zealand competitor who … Continue reading

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BATTLE OF THE CLUBS MX 2018

The Cambridge Motorcycle Club created history at the weekend, becoming the first three-time winner of the annual Battle of the Clubs motocross event in Taupo. Not only was it trophy win No.3 for the Cambridge riders but it also marked … Continue reading

TEAMS RACING AT ITS BEST

New Zealand boxes above its weight on an international motocross stage and this weekend’s annual Battle of the Clubs event at Taupo is one of the reasons why that is so. The country’s most talented motocross racers will put aside … Continue reading

POINTS BOOST FOR ‘KIWI GIRL’

It was a Yamaha clean sweep at the latest round of the Women’s Motocross World Championships (WMX) in Italy overnight, but, most significantly for her many Kiwi fans, it is New Zealand’s Courtney Duncan who remains in the top spot … Continue reading

WALSH OUTSTANDING IN ITALY

The Italian round of the European 250cc Motocross Championships (EMX250) at Ottobiano provided perhaps the most intriguing races of the season, with its ultra competitive field and Kiwi rider Dylan Walsh one of the most outstanding performers. Taking the overall … Continue reading

ON COMPUTER OR PHONE

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KIWIS SHINE AT FRENCH GP

New Zealand’s James Scott made all the right moves at the weekend as he thrust himself into the spotlight at the French Motocross Grand Prix. The 16-year-old KTM racer from Oparau, near Kawhia, twice finished fifth at the French GP … Continue reading

WON WITH ROUND TO SPARE

Bay of Plenty’s Brad Groombridge doesn’t mind if you call him “boring”, not if it means he’s national champion yet again. Truth is, his riding style is far from boring, although spectacular is not always the best way to tackle … Continue reading

BATTLING WITH WORLD’S ELITE

New Zealand Honda star Cody Cooper is going from strength to strength in the United States and he’ll be hoping he can find some more strength at the third round of competition in Colorado this weekend. Fresh from his Kiwi … Continue reading

BRAD TAKES OVER SERIES LEAD

It’s all falling into place again for Bay of Plenty’s Brad Groombridge. It has already been an incredible season for the 27-year-old Taupo locksmith, but he celebrated yet more dirt biking glory on Saturday when he won the third round … Continue reading

PURVIS STEPS UP THE PACE

Momentum is building for Kiwi rider Maximus Purvis across the Tasman Sea. The Altherm JCR Yamaha Racing Team rider has now won three consecutive national championship events in Australia and, after five of 10 rounds – although the MXD class … Continue reading

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