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An important Dirt Bike Rider update for our readers

The team that brings you DBR each month – and 24/7 online at dirtbikerider.com – would very much like to carry on as we've done for decades.

Comment: Through these unprecedented times – we keep going

As I write this I’m sat all alone in TMX Towers. And that’s not because I smell, although admittedly I do get a little bit whiffy at times, but more s...

Our battle with coronavirus

British off-road motorcycle sport has been put on hold to help limit the spread of Covid-19 and all the major licensing bodies have announced a blanke...

Comment: The 2020 British MXGP was absolutely brilliant!

It was occasionally wet, very cold and oh-so windy but the British Motocross Grand Prix was actually absolutely brilliant!

Matterley Basin Preview: 2020 MXGP of Great Britain

The purpose-built GP facility on the outskirts of Winchester has hosted the British round of the world series nine times previously and has also hoste...

Comment: Andros Trophy racing was a great start to the New Year

I woke early on New Year’s Day and while everyone was still asleep, I crept downstairs to enjoy some solitary peace and quiet to try and get over the ...

Opinion: Motocross is way better live than on telly or social media – sights, sounds and smells are sublime

The lure of a Maxxis/BYC double-header proved too much on Sunday morning so I got up at four, snuck out the door and put the loud-pedal to the floor.

Opinion: Team GB’s MXoN woes & rocking up at grassroots enduro

I’m not sure who Mark Chamberlain has annoyed but after he announced who Team GB for the Motocross of Nations would be on Friday afternoon (August 16)...

Tim Gajser could be crowned world champion again this weekend

There’s a very good chance that Tim Gajser will be crowned MXGP world champion this weekend at the 15th stop of the 18-round 2019 tour.

Opinion: Britain is well overdue another Motocross World Champion

It’s exactly 30 years since Dave Thorpe clinched his third 500cc world title. A little over a week ago and it was the 40th anniversary of Graham Noyce...

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