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MXGP : Tonus stays at Wilvo Yamaha

Yamaha Motor Europe N.V are pleased to confirm that Arnaud Tonus will enter his third year with the Wilvo Yamaha Official MXGP Team where he will contest the 2019 FIM Motocross World Championship onboard a YZ450F. Having missed the entire 2018 MXGP season due to a shoulder injury he sustained at the start of the year, Tonus is excited to ...

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Balooshi wins 2018 FIM Cross-Country Bajas World Cup

Emirati Mohammed Balooshi has claimed the 2018 FIM Cross-Country Bajas World Cup title this past weekend in Hungary. After heavy rain fell in the Veszprém area on Friday night that flooded many of the tracks, Saturday’s two special stages were shortened. Neither the changes to the terrain nor the length of the stages prevented Stefan Svitko (KTM) from leading the third ...

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MTB : UCI DH – Mont-Sainte-Anne Recap

Mont-Sainte-Anne produced some of the best racing of the season. Watch the winning runs and read the report from a thrilling sixth stop of the UCI DH World Cup in Canada right here. No matter how many times the world cup cohort return to Mont-Sainte-Anne, the track never gets old and the high-speed course remains a firm favourite with riders ...

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AMA : Musquin and Ferrandis Win Unadilla

Marvin Musquin and Dylan Ferrandis win Round 10 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at Unadilla. 450MX MOTO 1 By the time the first moto started, the track was a muddy mess, so you just knew things would get a little crazy. It started with privateer Dylan Merriam grabbing the holeshot and then actually holding off Marvin Musquin and ...

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MTB : Mont-Sainte-Anne – Qualifying

Mont-Sainte-Anne served up a thrilling qualifying session ahead of Saturday’s big downhill race in Canada. Read on for the results, photos and winning run videos. There are few constants in the sport of downhill racing. Riders flow from one team to the next, as bikes morph in size and shape and fortunes and fashions come and go. One thing that’s ...

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AMA : Unadilla Preview

It’s the home stretch of the 2018 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship! Three races left to go and no more weekends off for the riders. While the 250 Class has officially entered “championship watch” time, the battle in the 450 Class looks like it could go all the way down to the final week. Here are a few of the ...

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HillBilly HuckFest Highlights

Huckfest! This is were it all started. The FEST is a series of MTB Freeride events created by the riders for the riders. Watch the action from Makken, Trond Hansen, Sam Reynolds, Lluis Lacondeguy and Andreu Lacondeguy.

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WSL : Title Race Ignites in Tahiti

The world’s best arrive in Tahiti – with big implications on the line. Friday kicked off Stop No. 7 on the WSL Championship Tour (CT): The Tahiti Pro Teahupo’o. Current World No. 1 Filipe Toledo, 2017 event champ Julian Wilson, World No. 3 Gabriel Medina and local expert Michel Bourez arrived on the island a few days ahead of the waiting ...

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Atacama Rally : Factory Teams Line Up

The 2018 FIM Cross Country Rallies World Championship returns to competitive action next week in Chile, with the Atacama Rally kicking off with a short prologue on Monday. Following on from the prologue will be five stages covering around 1700km of which just over 1300km is timed specials. The Factory teams are present as “race testing” clicks up a few ...

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MTB : Mont-Sainte-Anne – Practice

The weather intervenes on a tough day on the hill for everyone. Catch up on the practice photos and timed training results from Canada. We’re closing in on the end of the Mercedes-Benz Mountain Bike World Cup season and the penultimate race sees the series step out of its European bubble for the only time this year with a visit ...

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Paulo Gonçalves: Coming Back Stronger

Monster Energy Honda Team’s Portuguese rider is back and fired up. Absent from the 2018 Dakar after an accident during one of the final training sessions before the great challenge got underway, Paulo Gonçalves is now all set to make his comeback, with all the vigour that is so characteristic of the Portuguese ace. The dark days are over for ...

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CJ Collins : Ode to Concrete

CJ Collins hits the Pacific Northwest on a mission to find the best concrete skate spots the area has to offer in his first Red Bull skate part. From backyard bowls to Burnside, CJ puts on a show. He’s joined by Mark “Red” Scott, the founder and foreman at Dreamland Skateparks, whose fingerprint is all over the Oregon skate scene ...

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MotoGP : Red Bull Ring – Preview

The fight for victory at Brno was a classic. Can Spielberg serve up a repeat? Only a few days after the Czech GP it’s already action stations for Austria as MotoGP™ returns to the Styrian Alps and the stunning Red Bull Ring – Spielberg. Altitude and acceleration are the buzzwords and Ducati are the reigning kings of the mountain. Winners ...

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MXGP : Lieber to stay with Monster KRT

Julien Lieber, newcomer in the FIM MXGP World Championship with the Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team, will continue to fly the green flag next season alongside fellow Belgian Clément Desalle. A knee injury late in the 2017 campaign prevented Julien from testing the factory KX450F-SR Kawasaki for his rookie season in the highly competitive MXGP class until fairly late in ...

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Jason Watts : Path to Pro Cup

Australian BMX rider Jason Watts gives you a glimpse into his life as a traveling BMX bowl rider, following the Vans BMX Pro Cup around the globe. From bowls to beaches, Jason designs his life around fun and freestyle, and has found success on the Pro Tour as one of the most unique riders.

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Crankworx : Whistler Preview

The countdown is on. August 10-19, the best riders in the world from multiple disciplines will roll in to mountain bike mecca and step up to the plate at Crankworx Whistler, hungry for the feeling of Whistler’s famed dirt underfoot on legendary tracks, thirsty for a taste of the season’s last bottles of victory champagne, and on-the-hunt for good times ...

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MTB : Everything you need to know about Mont-Sainte-Anne

Book your space on the sofa and get comfy for one of the biggest mountain bike races of 2018. This is it, Mont-Sainte-Anne, AKA The Big One. Over the course of its life the Mercedes-Benz UCI World Cup has seen races all over the globe, created two-wheeled heroes and produced some of the most spectacular sport the planet has ever ...

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Puerto Escondido’s Swell of the Summer

It’s been a predictably good summer at the Mexican Pipeline, but when this swell showed up on the charts, it was clear things were about to get epic.   Few people know Puerto Escondido – aka the Mexican Pipeline – better than local lensman Edwin Morales. Anyone who’s enjoyed a harrowing shot or footage of local chargers Coco Nogales or ...

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