Australia has a rich history of riders performing on the International stage, and Motorcycling Australia is committed to supporting all Australians riders who are currently plying their trade overseas.
THE opening round of the Speedway Grand Prix series held in Warsaw, Poland was abandoned after just 12 heats on Saturday night, with the track deemed too unsafe to finish.
AUSSIE wildcards Aiden Wagner (Yamaha) and Glenn Scott (Honda) scored world championship points in 13th and 14th, with Alex Phillis (Honda) 17th in the World Supersport event at Phillip Island.
Australian champion Jason Doyle is ready to prove his FIM Speedway Grand Prix doubters wrong and deliver a strong debut season.
The Central Coast’s Glenn Scott is pleased to confirm that he will join AARK Racing for the 2015 World Supersport Championship, with the opening round just three weeks away at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit in Victoria and...
A fantastic opportunity exists for a reliable and efficient administrative professional with an extensive administration background, to be part of the national controlling body for motorcycle sport. The successful applicant will...
KTM Australia’s Off-Road Racing Team Manager Ben Grabham has praised Toby Price’s performance in the 2015 Dakar Rally as a display of consistency and strategic intelligence, the likes of which he’s never before seen from a Dakar...
KTM Australia rider Toby Price has moved into third in the standings of the 2015 Dakar Rally, as he successfully completed the second and final Marathon Stage of the world’s biggest off-road race with the fifth-fastest time.
Woodville Grand Prix 2015 has attracted top class fields with NZ’s Motocross riders: Junior and Senior mixing it up with some of the best from overseas.
Maitland’s Toby Price achieved his sixth top-five finish of the 2015 Dakar Rally overnight, as the second of the event’s two Marathon two stages began on the 891 kilometre road from Calama to Salta.
Outstanding Dakar rookie Toby Price has maintained his position inside the top five of the world’s biggest off-road race, despite a navigational error in the race’s ninth stage from Iquique to Calama overnight.