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Workshop Graphics - 2018 NZ MX Nationals R1 Recap

Posted by Workshop Graphics - Photo Courtesy of Phil Smith on 15th Feb 2018

As the official supplier for the 2018 NZ MX Nationals, and supporters of Motorcycling New Zealand's live stream initiative, Workshop Graphics has established itself within the motocross community, in both a support role and as a leading supplier to many of the country's leading teams, privateers and weekend warriors.The season opener of the 2018 NZ MX Nationals was no exception, with Workshop-supported riders prevalent on all podiums. In the premier MX1 class, it was Altherm JCR Yamaha Racing's
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YAMAHA'S LAMONT GOING FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH

Posted by Workshop Graphics - Words and photo by Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com on 5th Feb 2018

FEBRUARY 5, 2018: It has been a glorious summer for Waikato's Kayne Lamont and he's only just starting to get going.He dominated the first round of this year's New Zealand Motocross Championships in Taranaki on Sunday with an impressive winning hat-trick in the premier MX1 class and established a solid 15-point advantage over defending national champion Cody Cooper.The devastating performance by Altherm JCR Yamaha Racing Team rider Lamont should perhaps have surprised nobody because the writing
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PERFECT FAREWELL FOR HUSKY HERO JAMES SCOTT

Posted by Credit: Words and photo by Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com on 4th May 2016

PERFECT FAREWELL FOR HUSKY HERO JAMES SCOTT
APRIL 26, 2016: It was the perfect farewell for Kiwi hero James Scott when, on the eve of his first big international campaign, he celebrated winning his first national motocross title. A winner at multiple major events in New Zealand over the past few years, his victory has been long overdue and it was perhaps appropriate that he should win on Anzac Weekend, just days before he is about to head overseas to fight in the motocross trenches of Europe.The 14-year-old from Oparau, near Kawhia,
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HARWOOD KEEPS COOL TO CLINCH NATIONAL TITLE

Posted by Credit: Words and photo by Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com on 4th May 2016

HARWOOD KEEPS COOL TO CLINCH NATIONAL TITLE
MARCH 21, 2016: The national title was his to lose and the only real pressure on South Islander Hamish Harwood at the weekend was what he would apply to himself.The Waitakere-based rider from Takaka (CML KTM 250F) had been in scintillating form through the first three of four rounds of this season's New Zealand Motocross Championships and had built a solid 13-point advantage for himself before arriving at Taupo for the final round on Sunday.He knew that a cool and calm approach would earn him hi
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"CYCLONE COURTNEY" WREAKS HAVOC IN QATAR

Posted by By Workshop Graphics - Words and photo by Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com on 14th Mar 2016

"CYCLONE COURTNEY" WREAKS HAVOC IN QATAR
FEBRUARY 29, 2016: It seems everyone was braced for "Cyclone Courtney" at the weekend, except her victims.Everyone in New Zealand knew she was coming, but the shock was still profound when Otago's Courtney Duncan cut a swathe through her opposition at the opening round of the Women's Motocross World Championships in Qatar on Sunday morning (NZ time).The mostly-unheralded 20-year-old Duncan (Altherm JCR Yamaha YZ250F) battled nerves as she qualified fourth fastest in Qatar, but then she wreaked h
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