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Milko Potisek wins the Le Touquet Battle, but Nathan Watson wins the War

Milko Potisek (Yamaha) kept the partisan French crowd happy last Sunday by winning his second Le Touquet beach race, the biggest beach race in the world. But our own defending champion Nathan Watson (KTM) handy caped himself at the very start of the race when he was deemed to have jumped the start.

Sam Conner again wins the sidcup sixty

Sam Connor (300 Beta-UK) won with a fantastically low score last Sunday’s Inta Motorcycles sponsored Sidcup Sixty trial. But Conner is no stranger to winning the event as this is his ninth win since 1997. The club laid out twenty testing section for the field of over one hundred and forty riders to complete two laps. The set off in groups of three at ....

Frost Wins 2019 Sudbury Extreme

Charlie Frost (300 KTM) dominated this year Sudbury clubs extreme enduro at a slippery Foxborough quarry just outside Halstead in Essex with an apparent smooth style that looked effortless. But effortless was far from reality as the hardworking people of the Sudbury club had added new obstacles and....

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Jack Thompson Classic Bikes Trial 2019

For the third year in a row Phillip Wiffen (490 Norton) the Jack Thompson classic bike trial. But this year he had to share the win, and perhaps half the trophy with Daniel Carter (400 Matchless) as both riders completed two laps of twenty section without loss and just could not be separated.

Toby Martyn Storms to a Southern Experts Win

World-class trail rider Toby Martyn (250 Evo Beta) put on a world-class ride last Sunday by winning the 78th running of the Sunbeam Southern Experts trail with an incredibly low score of just four points. The organising Bridport and Weymouth club did an excellent job of laying out fifteen....

Rain Stops Play at a Muddy ORMS Team Event

In just a few years, the Off-Road Motorsport UK (ORMS) Team Event has become a hotly contested prize at the end of the motocross season. 2019 was no exception as over 180 riders descended on the Milton Malsor circuit for the showdown. Riders represented six teams from across the UK, with the MCCNI team travelling across the sea