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Tricity (MW125) Vehicle Standards ExemptionIt has been identified that the MW125 Tricity was certified for entry into service without having a parking brake as required by Land Transport Rule: Light-vehicle Brakes 2002. Yamaha Motor New...
Yamaha Pair Chase Dirt Guide Series GloryThe smart money will possibly be on Yamaha duo Ethan Harris and Wil Yeoman at round two of the Dirt Guide Cross-country Series near Tokoroa this Sunday.
Duncan Extends Her World Championship LeadIt was a Yamaha clean sweep at the latest round of the Women’s Motocross World Championships (WMX) in Italy overnight, but, most significantly for her many Kiwi fans, it is New Zealand's...
Yamaha 1 - 2 Finish At Sunday's Dirt Guide RaceAuckland's Callan May has been sidelined with injury for the past few months, but you would not have guessed that to watch him roar to victory at round two of the Dirt Guide Cross-country Series near...
Taupo's Yeoman Makes It Two Wins From Two StartsWith two wins from two starts, it now looks highly likely that Bay of Plenty's Wil Yeoman will be collecting the junior trophy for this season's Dirt Guide Cross-country Series.
Sutton A Rising Star On Cross-Country SceneSouth Auckland's Richard Sutton ... this is possibly a name to watch for the future, certainly one that could now be expected to feature highly on the results sheets at upcoming major New Zealand...
Kiwi Hero Duncan Ready For The Final PushNew Zealand's Courtney Duncan is perhaps just four races away from winning the Women’s Motocross World Championships (WMX) title this season.
Yamaha NZXC Series Involves The Best Of The BestThis is perhaps a classic case of an athlete "putting something back" into the sport he loves.
Small Bike No Handicap For Ararimu RiderHe had the smallest bike in the competition, but South Auckland rider Richard Sutton showed at the weekend that winning trophies is less about horsepower and more about bike reliability and handling...
Codd Set For Strong Yamaha NZXC Series AssaultHawke's Bay motorcycle racer Bryn Codd rang a few warning bells at the weekend.
Yamaha's May Continues His Winning WayTitirangi's Callan May (Yamaha YZ250FX), enjoying a golden run on the Kiwi cross-country scene this season.
Yamaha's May Keeps The Win Streak GoingTitirangi's Callan May (Yamaha YZ250FX), on his way to another comprehensive win at the weekend.
Purvis Stamps His Authority At Final RoundMangakino's Maximus Purvis (Altherm JCR Yamaha YZ250F), untouchable at Coolum, in Queensland, on Sunday.
Carter Makes The Switch To YamahaYamaha has added another string to its bow with news this week that Bay of Plenty motocross international Rhys Carter will be joining the boys in blue
May Wins One Contest And Builds Lead In AnotherAucklander Callan May has another piece of silverware for his bulging trophy cabinet.
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Kiwi Hero Duncan Ruled Out Of World ChampsPerhaps the unluckiest of all Kiwi sporting heroes, Otago's Courtney Duncan has just been ruled out for the rest of the 2018 motocross world championship season.
Rountree Stamps Authority At North Island ChampsWhanganui's James Rountree, in fine form this season on his two Yamaha motocross bikes.
Archer Signs On To Race For YamahaTe Awamutu’s Rachael Archer (Yamaha YZ250FX), preparing to take on the best in the United States.
Carter Eager To Make His Yamaha DebutMount Maunganui's Rhys Carter is counting down the days before he makes his race debut on his new Yamaha YZ450F.