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HARWOOD SURVIVES BRUTAL AUSSIE ASSAULT

West Auckland's Hamish Harwood had to take the good with the bad at Rotorua at the weekend, but he still emerged with his title hopes intact in two categories. The 23-year-old builder from Royal Heights took his CML Makita KTM 250F into…
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Podium results for all three Altherm JCR Yamaha riders in Rotorua

Australian Kirk Gibbs is on track to defend his Kiwi MX1 title, with the Altherm JCR Yamaha rider winning the second round of the 2019 Fox New Zealand Motocross Championships in Rotorua yesterday. He and arch rival Cody Cooper battled it…
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Live Stream NZMX Nationals

Live stream the Rotorua round of the Fox Racing NZ MX Nationals here!
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Yamaha Motor Europe Confirm Powerful 2019 MXGP Lineup

After a buoyant period of testing, development and preparation, Yamaha Motor Europe N.V. is poised for success with two high profile MXGP teams and four exceptional riders spearheading its 2019 MXGP World Championship campaign. Monster Energy…
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TOWNLEY AND COPPINS TEAM UP AT YAMAHA

Kiwi former motocross world champion Ben Townley has signed on to become a brand ambassador for Yamaha in New Zealand, an exciting new development inspired and enabled by long-time friend and former Grand Prix rival Josh Coppins. Tauranga’s…
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HARWOOD IS DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR TITLE HOPEFULS

West Auckland's Hamish Harwood is fighting a war on two fronts again this season and, so far at least, he's winning them both. The former Takaka man, who now lives in Royal Heights, Auckland, dominated both the MX2 (250cc) and 125cc classes…
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DICKEY LEADS A KTM 1-2 AT SERIES OPENER

There are a couple of new gunslingers in town and they mean business. Raglan motorcyclist Jason Dickey has been tearing up the countryside in recent major cross-country events and his impressive win on steep farmland at Flemington, near…
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Justin Cooper Scores First Career Podium At 250SX Minneapolis

Round six of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross season featured the debut of the 2019 250SX East Championship, and Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing team's Justin Cooper and Mitchell Oldenburg got off to a good start at U.S. Bank Stadium in…
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CROSS COUNTRY RACERS WILL TWIST THROTTLES TO THE MAX

Bike throttles will be twisted to the stops in the Central Hawke's Bay region this weekend as the four-round 2019 New Zealand Cross Country Championships blast off. The nation's dirt bike elite will converge on farmland at 782 Ahiweka Road,…
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COOPER TAKES CHARGE AT NATIONALS OPENER

The number 121 is emblazoned on the front and sides of Cody Cooper's motorcycle, an unprepossessing digit that hints at nothing more than the fact that he is not the reigning New Zealand Motocross Champion. But that could be set to change…
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KTM'S HARWOOD RULES THE ROOST IN TWO CATEGORIES

It could well be that a fourth New Zealand Motocross Championships title heads the way of West Auckland's Hamish Harwood before the season is out ... maybe even two titles. The former Takaka man, who now lives and works in Royal Heights,…
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HERLINGS AIMING FOR RAPID RECOVERY FROM TRAINING INJURY

The Red Bull KTM star, who won 17 from 19 Grands Prix in 2018, suffered the injury Friday afternoon while training at the Albaida circuit in southern Spain. Herlings immediately flew back to Belgium that day and underwent a procedure with renowned…
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DUNLOP A PODIUM CONTENDER IN THE SENIOR NATIONALS

There's a fresh name that should probably leap off the pages when spectators peruse the programme at the New Zealand Motocross Championships this weekend. Yamaha YZ125 rider Jack Dunlop has been making a bit of a name for himself in recent…
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BATTLE FOR NEW ZEALAND MX TITLES STARTS THIS WEEKEND

The pre-season strutting is over and now the real fight for national motocross glory is set to begin. Warm-up events around the country have ensured that preparations are now complete for the start of the four-round Fox-sponsored New Zealand…
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AUSTRALIAN VISITORS WIN FIM OCEANIA CHALLENGE CUP

There was much more to the weekend's 58th annual New Zealand Motocross Grand Prix at Woodville than met the eye. In addition to its unrivalled status as New Zealand's largest stand-alone motocross event, the Honda-sponsored two-day event…
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COOPER WINS THE BATTLE; AUSTRALIA WINS THE WAR

There were four seasons in one weekend at the big annual New Zealand Motocross Grand Prix at Woodville on Saturday and Sunday. This Honda-sponsored 58th annual edition of the event, the largest on the Kiwi motocross calendar, had it all. From…
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COOPER WANTS TO BE THE MAN FIRING THE BULLETS

It's tough when you're at the top of your game – everyone has you in their gun sights, wants to shoot you down and take the No.1 spot for themselves. Bay of Plenty's six-time former national MX1 champion Cody Cooper can feel the target…
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ROUNTREE BAGS ANOTHER MAJOR MOTOCROSS VICTORY

It seems these days that every time James Rountree leaves the race track he is taking another trophy away with him. For the second time this season, the Whanganui teenager rode his Yamaha YZ250F to collect the silverware in the Junior 14-16…