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Duncan And Purvis Wave The NZ Flag OverseasIt was a thrilling weekend for the New Zealand-based Altherm JCR Yamaha Racing Team with two of its riders topping the podium in two very different corners of the world.
Yamaha at Mystery Creek FieldaysSouthern Hemisphere’s largest Agricultural Fieldays
Andrell Stuns With Serious Title ChallengeIt was something of a dream outing for Auckland's Joseph Andrell, the 29-year-old competing at the 2018 edition of the New Zealand Mini TT Championships near Taupiri at the weekend.
Codd On The Rise On NZ Cross-Country SceneNapier's Bryn Codd (Yamaha YZ125), showing good form this year on the cross-country racing scene
Duncan Back On Top Of The WorldOtago's Courtney Duncan (Altherm JCR Yamaha YZ250F), on top of the world championship standings after two of six rounds
Duncan Gets Campaign Underway With A Race WinOtago's Courtney Duncan (Altherm JCR Yamaha Racing Team) got her 2018 world championship campaign underway with a race win in Italy at the weekend.
Duncan Makes Fresh Bid For World Title GloryThe fourth round of the Motocross World Championships is set for Trentino, in Italy, this weekend (April 7-8) and it carries special significance for Kiwi race fans.
Plenty To Celebrate For Altherm JCR Yamaha TeamTeam manager Josh Coppins was on hand to see his three riders experience a few ups and downs during the four-round series, which wrapped up in Taupo on Saturday, but there was a wide smile on his face...
Electric TY-E Trial BikeYamaha Motor has developed the TY-E electric trial bike with the purpose of competing in the 2018 FIM Trial-E Cup with Kenichi Kuroyama representing the Yamaha Factory Racing Team.
Yamaha Men Plan For A Winning WeekendMotocross can be a brutally cruel sport at times, but Waikato's Kayne Lamont is determined that it will be he who does the punishing this weekend.
Kiwi Yamaha Hero To Take On The AustraliansWaikato's Kayne Lamont is no stranger to the Australian motocross scene, having raced and won there in the past, but this year will be a little different.
Winning National Titles The Focus For Yamaha MenThe Altherm JCR Yamaha Racing Team is not holding back in its bid to dominate the motocross scene in New Zealand this summer, with each of its riders progressing their respective title bids at the...
Paterson Off To A Solid Start In NationalsIt could not have gone much better for Waikato's Callum Paterson, with an almost start-to-finish win an ideal way for him to begin this year's New Zealand Cross-country Championships near Huntly on...
Yamahas Lamont Going From Strength To StrengthIt has been a glorious summer for Waikato's Kayne Lamont and he's only just starting to get going.
First For Lamont But Three In A Row For Yamaha TeamKayne Lamont is the new champion of New Zealand's most prestigious dirt bike event, the 24-year-old building apprentice simply stunning onlookers when he won the 57th annual New Zealand Motocross...
Yamaha Announces 2018 WaveRunner RangeYamaha Motor New Zealand Ltd will reset the benchmark with the introduction of their 2018 WaveRunner line-up, featuring a new flagship model, alongside a fresh offering of striking graphic and colour...
Former GP Stars Team Up For Kiwi CampaignFormer Grand Prix star Josh Coppins is feeling quietly confident ahead of the 2018 New Zealand Motocross Championships season.
Whibley Accomplishes Two Missions In OneIt was two missions in one that former Kiwi international Paul Whibley managed to complete near Raglan at the weekend.
Young Yamaha Star Has Speed To BurnThe 2018 senior motocross national are just around the corner and Mangakino's Maximus Purvis can’t wait to sink his teeth into the opposition.
When Fastest Does Not Always Mean FirstIf a rider is only as good as his last race, then Mangakino’s Kayne Lamont will be hoping the momentum continues for him into 2018.