Kiwi motocross sensation Courtney Duncan is returning to the Women’s Motocross World Championship (WMX) where she will be racing for the highly-experienced British Kawasaki squad BIKE IT Dixon Racing Team (DRT), run by Steve Dixon. Duncan will race a KX250 alongside male teammates Darian Sanayei from the USA and Brazilian Gustavo Pessoa.  Run by a […]

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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 out again over three motos at the Rotorua Motocross Track, with Gold Coast-based Gibbs […]

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Altherm JCR Yamaha’s three riders made a decent start to the four-round Fox-sponsored New Zealand Motocross Championships yesterday and have some more fight to find moving forward. Defending New Zealand champion, Australian Kirk Gibbs and Kayne Lamont raced to second and third in the MX1 category respectively, while MX2 rider Maximus Purvis also finished on […]

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Despite the wild weather lashing the New Zealand Motocross Grand Prix at the famous Woodville circuit yesterday, the expanded three-rider Altherm JCR Yamaha team managed to each finish a race on the podium and avoid injury in the treacherous conditions. The Manawatu-Orion Motorcycle Club Inc. (MOMCC) hosted the 58th annual two-day meeting, which was once […]

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The opening race meeting for the 2018/2019 motocross season got off to a brilliant start for the Altherm JCR Yamaha riders, with Kayne Lamont emerging victorious in the MX1 class and Maximus Purvis taking home the MX2 trophy at the Huka Honda MX Fest yesterday. The pair capped off their top category results by Lamont […]

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In the cruellest of circumstances, Kiwi motocross phenomenon Courtney Duncan will be unable to race the final two rounds of the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship (WMX), due to the flare-up of an injury in her right foot. The Altherm JCR Yamaha rider has a dominant 21-point advantage over her nearest rival but has been advised […]

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Kiwi rider Altherm JCR Yamaha’s Courtney Duncan has extended her lead in the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship this weekend at Italy’s Ottobiano circuit and now holds a dominant 21-point advantage over her nearest rival. The racing in this fourth round spanned across Saturday and Sunday with technical, sandy, and hot conditions, which saw temperatures […]

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Brad Groombridge doesn’t mind if you call him “boring”, not if 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 an enduro course and the Suzuki star is certainly an expert at that. The Alpinestars-sponsored national series came to […]

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Flying Kiwi Courtney Duncan has continued to dominate the FIM Women’s Motocross Championship (WMX), confidently notching up her second consecutive set of double race wins on the world stage this weekend and considerably extending her lead in the series. After racing at the MXGP of Germany, on the hills of Teutschenthal, in what was the […]

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Kiwi girl Courtney Duncan has shown the world how it’s done, winning both races in the Portuguese round of the FIM Women’s Motocross Championship and taking the overall points lead this weekend. The 22-year-old Altherm JCR rider from Palmerston, Otago, demonstrated her pure race class over the two days on changing conditions, from a rutted and […]

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