A motorcycle rider as enormously skilled as Bay of Plenty’s Brad Groombridge can be a hard man to slow down, pin down and categorise.
Today we bring you another edition of a special BikesportNZ.com feature that we like to call THE BEST RACE EVER.
The 2020 New Zealand Cross-country Championships kicked off to a blistering start near Marton on Sunday with a number of talented riders revealing themselves as title contenders.
The early pecking order has been established after a thrilling opening round to the 2020 New Zealand Cross-country Championships near Marton on Sunday.
Taupo’s Brad Groombridge is back in action, a man on a mission once again.
They say it’s harder to defend a title than it is to win it in the first place.
Auckland’s Liam Draper doesn’t like to muck around and these days he also likes to do things at full throttle.
Taikorea’s Paul Whibley enjoyed an international racing career that was nothing short of sensational.
Taupo’s Hadleigh Knight had a job to do at the weekend and he calmly went about the task in his accustomed composed and unflustered fashion, albeit at high speed.
Just back from his second stint of racing in the United States and at the peak of his powers, there was no stopping Auckland’s Liam Draper at the weekend.
Any one of more than half a dozen riders could be expected to clinch the coveted Dirt Guide Series title when the competition wraps up near Tokoroa this coming Saturday.
The MotoSR New Zealand Grand National Cross-country (NZ GNCC) Series makes a trip to Matata in the Bay of Plenty for the third round of five this weekend.
With the recent international enduro racing success enjoyed by Canterbury’s Hamish Macdonald, we thought now would be an ideal time to reflect on the Kiwi heroes who went before him.
New Zealand’s off-road motorcycle racers are truly world class.
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.
The New Zealand Grand National Cross-country Championships (NZ GNCC) arrive at the sandy Taikorea track near Himatangi this Sunday (Sept 29) for what will be round two for the 2019 series.
There seems to be no stopping Taikorea’s Paul Whibley as he took his Yamaha YZ450FX to score another series win at the weekend.
This weekend’s double-header Dirt Guide and NZ GNCC motorcycling events in the Kinleith Forest have had to be postponed.
Any one of more than half a dozen riders could be expected to clinch the coveted Dirt Bike Series title when the competition wraps up near Tokoroa on Saturday.
It has been an up and down season so far for New Zealand’s Liam Draper, racing in what is widely regarded the toughest cross-country motorcycle competition in the world.