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Interview: Mike Gwerder – I want to be in the top...

A few years ago young Swiss rider, Mike Gwerder was contesting the EMX125 championship and found it tough to even qualify. Just a few...

Interview: Linda Cuddy – Motocross coming to Channel 4

Motocross is coming to Channel Four next week as Paradise MX Holiday's have been filming with them for a slot on their show, a...

Interview: Josh Gilbert – improving again in 2019!

Buildbase Honda’s Josh Gilbert has made an impressive start to the 2019 season and just finished second overall at Lyng to leave...

Interview: Jason Meara on adapting to the 450cc

It's all change for Jason Meara in 2019 as not only has he made the decision to move up to the MX1 class but...

Interview: Tim Mathys on Coldenhoff, Anstie and Monticelli

In part one of our interview with Tim Mathys we talked a bit about his construction business and his year out of MXGP. However,...

Interview: Tim Mathys – Standing Construction

It's fair to say that Tim Mathys is an incredibly busy person. Not only is he running an MXGP World Championship team with three...

Interview: Kade Walker on his return to the GP paddock

Kade Walker contested the EMX125 championship back in 2013 and looked to have a lot of potential for the future. Since 2013, the Canadian...

Interview: Marnicq Bervoets talks Geerts and Watson

Marnicq Bervoets is the team manager at the Kemea Yamaha team and heading into the 2019 it promised to be a good season for...

Amandine Verstappen – keen to keep WMX red plate

The first round of the WMX series took place in Valkenswaard and there was a surprise in store. Heading into the season, Courtney Duncan and...

Interview: Kay de Wolf on his EMX125 debut – unbelievable

Making the step from the 85cc to the 125cc can be a tricky transition for some riders but young Dutch sensation, Kay de Wolf...

Interview: Harry Everts on Liam

There's no secret that there's a lot of talent in the Everts family when it comes to Motocross. Harry and Stefan have fourteen world...

Interview: James Mackrel – 450 natural!

James Mackrel has stepped it up a level in 2019. Always fast, Mackrel’s raw speed seems to have went to another level...

Interview: Joel Rizzi – I feel like one of the top...

Joel Rizzi got his season underway to a good start at Hawkstone International and it's clearly give him confidence heading into the first round...

Interview: Jago Geerts on his Valkenswaard podium

Jago Geerts put on a great performance at the third round of the MX2 World Championship as he ended up third overall. The Belgian struggled...

Interview: Stephen Rubini – wants to win

One of the EMX250 title contenders, Stephen Rubini had a good start to the season at Matterley Basin. Despite bad starts on his Assomotor Honda...

Interview: Raf Meuwissen – Impresses on EMX250 debut

Coming into the first round of the EMX250 championship, young Duth talent, Raf Meuwissen had the goal to qualify for the main races directly...

Interview: Thomas Kjer Olsen – MX2 championship leader

Thomas Kjer Olsen was superb at Matterley Basin controlling both motos and taking the lead in the MX2 world championship. Olsen appears to have stepped...

Interview: Alberto Forato on dominating EMX250 opener

What a weekend it was for Alberto Forato at the first round of the EMX250 series at Matterley Basin. The Italian went 1-1 and...

Smets on Vialle and Herlings

Joel Smets has been a big part of Tom Vialle’s successful transition to the MX2 world championship and so far all the hard work...

Interview: Roan Van de Moosdijk on his EMX250 podium at round...

You can certainly lose a championship at the first round but you can't win it and starting the season with a podium for Roan...

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Official! Brown to Hitachi KTM fuelled by Milwaukee

Hitachi KTM fuelled by Milwaukee are pleased to announce that Alexander Brown will compete for the Team at all MX2 GPs in...