Bring the noise!
Kurt shines outdoors
Former Arenacross Small Wheel 85cc champ Kurt Griffiths is proving to be something of a force to be reckoned with in the MCF-affiliated 90 Racing Championship. He’s leading the Rookie 2-Stroke class by 19 points over second-placed Will Young.
The Clayton teenage sensation
It may be nearly three weeks since the 2016 Monster Energy Arenacross Tour ended but that doesn’t mean we’re about to archive it any time soon.
AX rewind - Monster Energy Girls!
AX2016 flashback – Round 11, Wembley, London - The Final!
And so to the capital city for the last leg, the final frontier. There was an air of tension on the night of the final. It was widely known that a Frenchman would win the Pro class title, but with just three points separating first and second, the question was who.
AX2016 flashback – Round 10, Sheffield
We’re approaching the final straight now of our 2016 Monster Energy Arenacross Tour review and take a look back at the packed-out penultimate round at Sheffield.
AX2016 flashback - Rounds 8 & 9, Newcastle
We now turn our attention to the final double-header of our 2016 AX Tour review with a trip to the North-East and the Newcastle Metro Arena. The talk of the Saturday night was a Head-to-Head dash-for-cash that most certainly didn’t disappoint.
AX2016 flashback - Rounds 6 & 7, Birmingham
As the Arenacross Tour hit the halfway point at Birmingham, the hot goss was that, for reasons of his own, SJR Kawasaki’s JoshHansen had pulled out. Whilst a blow to those expecting to see the ‘hotshot’ in action, it really didn’t detract from the series.
AX2016 flashback - Rounds 4 & 5, Belfast
Today we go back to the fourth and fifth legs of the Monster Energy Arenacross Tour, across the Irish Sea to Belfast for the only Friday/Saturday evening rounds and a spate of Pro class incidents!
AX 2016 flashback - Rounds 2 & 3, Glasgow
Next up in our AX throwback is Glasgow. The first of our ‘long-hauls’, the first double-header and the first Sunday matinee performance.
AX 2016 flashback - Round 1, Manchester
The dust may have settled on the 2016 Monster Energy Arenacross Tour, powered by Ford Ranger, but that doesn't mean the world should be deprived of AX. So, over the course of the next couple of weeks, we’re going to wind back the clock and, with a series of highlights, revisit The Tour!
Dan Whitby - A leap of faith
Super fast Harri gets AX London podium finish
Harri Kullas, the affable MVR-D Fuel Husqvarna rider, finished third overall in the final Main Event of the 2016 Monster Energy Arenacross Tour, powered by Ford Ranger last weekend on Saturday the 27th of February. Regrettably though, thanks to a faulty transponder, he didn’t get his moment of glory on the AX podium on the night.
AX Breaking News: Coulon disqualified from London Main Event
AX Breaking news; London results under investigation
"It's our duty to ensure the riders and teams both adhere to the rules and safety we set out as the licensing body for the Arenacross series" explains MC Federation manager Roy Barton.
A fighting finish for 2016 Arenacross Tour
The final gate fell on the Monster Energy Arenacross Tour, powered by Ford Ranger, this evening Saturday the 27th of February, with yet another vibrant and fast-paced three and a half hours of non-stop entertainment, showmanship, personal highs and lows, plenty of twists and turns and champions crowned.
Ramette retains Championship Crown!
Woodcock gets in the groove at Wembley
Former Arenacross 85cc SW Champ Dylan Woodcock celebrated his 16th birthday with a first-time out podium position in today’s Monster Energy Arenacross ProLites class.
Racing gets underway for final Arenacross
We’re well underway turning the iconic Wembley Arena from a top-class music venue into one of the best dirt playgrounds you’ll ever come across. And it’s all in anticipation for the ultimate showdown, taking place here tomorrow night.
Are you ready for some Freestyle insanity?!
Thomas Ramette - "I have nothing to lose, it can only get better"
Junior riders prepare for Arenacross grand final
As our youngest racing gladiators prepare for the climax of what has been an electrifying seven-venue series, all eyes will be on the two leading KTM pilots of Kiean Boughen #5 and Ollie Colmer #6.
Ultimate showdown heads for Wembley!
All eyes on London!
The massively-popular 2016 Monster Energy Arenacross Tour, powered by Ford Ranger, is preparing for the climax of what has been an electrifying eleven-round series. It approaches its grand finale at the SSE Arena, Wembley on Saturday the 27th of February with three riders capable of taking the Pro class win. Meanwhile, two British racers are in with a shout to secure the third step of the championship podium.
The Brit Pack Attack!
Arenacross is a Sheffield sell out
The Monster Energy Arenacross Tour once again pulled out all the stops to put on an extraordinary show of daring feat, exceptional skill and fast-paced racing action for the penultimate round of the 2016 action-packed series.