World Title No.3 For Emma! 

Heading into the last three rounds of the women’s FIM World Trials Championship, Emma was favourite for the 2016 title after winning the opening two rounds earlier in the season – and she didn’t disappoint!

Emma is now a three times World Trials Champion (14, 15, 16) and here’s how it happened…

Her European trip started in the mountains of north east Italy in the town of Champio for rounds 3 & 4 of the series.

Emma said: «Traveling out to Italy I was feeling happy knowing I’d put in a lot of hard work training this summer and felt I was riding at the top of my game. I knew it wasn’t going to be easy and that I had two weekends of intense competition ahead of me – but I was confident and ready.»

Day one in Italy and while thousands of enthusiastic spectators surrounded the course, temperatures were reaching 38 degrees. Right from the off Emma rode very confidently but an early mistake on the first lap meant the battle for first position was close going into the last lap. Showing just why she is the world number one, Emma put in an incredible performance on her final lap for a score of only one point to eventually take a clear win.

«I felt some nerves early on in the day but I rode well and have to be happy with a 7 point margin for the victory at such a low scoring event.»

Day two and temperatures were high once again – only this time Emma knew that technically she could clinch the championship.

«I tried not to think about the championship and just keep in the moment. I rode very well all day and enjoyed the tougher course. I am so pleased because my day was almost faultless and I only lost 4 points! Riding the final section I felt like everything was so perfect and realising it was impossible to be beaten for another year – I felt on top of the world!»

The final round of the championship was 350miles west and 2000 meters above sea level high in the French alps at the ski resort of Isola 2000.

«Although the championship was already decided I still wanted to win and keep my 100% winning record for 2016. I wanted to prove I am the best rider and stand on the top step.»
Another great days competition for Emma and she finished the year with her 13th GP win and a strong performance only dropping 2 points all day.

With no time to celebrate, the following day saw Emma lead ‘team GB’ to victory in the women’s world team event (Trial Des Nations).

Commenting on her world season Emma said: «I’m so pleased with this year, I have prepared well and it couldn’t have gone much better. I have the best bike with my 300 Sherco and the best team of people around me – that’s for sure! The one thing I can tell you is that I’m not satisfied and I’m hungry for more! See you in 2017!»

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Mario Gajon with NONE in Baja España Aragon 2015

Un año mas el piloto de quads Mario Gajon repetirá participación en la mitica BAJA ESPAÑA ARAGON la cual será su séptima participación.

El vencedor de las dos ultimas ediciones de la prueba, afronta este año con mucha ilusión integrado en un nuevo equipo, el NEWCAR ZARAGOZA / DESATASCOS A.MARTINEZ. Estará representado por dos pilotos, en quads el vigente campeón, MARIO GAJON y en la categoría de motos JESUS HERNANDEZ un piloto experimentado el cual lleva mas de 15 participaciones, ambos pilotos con vehículos KTM, apoyados por  el concesionario DERMOTOR ZARAGOZA.

Mario a apostado este año por NONE en su quad de carreras, equipara todo tipo de accesorios que la marca gerundense, en especial el nuevo escape completo.
La baja España aragon comenzara del dia 24 al 26 de julio en TERUEL, prueba puntuable para la copa del mundo de bajas y una de las mejores pruebas de europa encuanto a rally TT se refiere.


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SW Motorsport and NONE

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DIGA-Procross Race Result 3

4. ONK Rhennen
MX 2 Overall:
Dennis Wiemann P. 23
Mike Te Beest P. 33



5.)German Championship MX 2 (DM MX2)X2 Overall (Only German Championship Riders)
Mike Stender P.1 (German Championship- Leader !!!!!!!)
Mike Te Beest P.29

6.) National Polish Championship Olsztyn
MX 2 Overall:
Luis Carstens P.1


7.) German Championship Wilnsdorf
MX 2 Overall:
Mike Stender P. 2 (only German Riders)
Mike Te Beest DNF

8.) ADAC Masters Bielstein
Youngster Cup Overall
Luis Carstens DNS
Dennis Wiemann P. 25
Masters Overall
Mathias Jörgensen P. 30
Mike Stender P. 16


9.) German Championship Freising
MX2 Overall:
Mike Stender P. 3
Dennis Wiemann Moto 1 (6) / Moto 2 DNF
Mike Stender is German Championship Leader .

Text: Heidi Altmann / Fotos: PM Diga ProCross
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Carla Magallon — Lady’s MX French Championship


Hard weekend in the penultimate race of the Lady’s MX French Championship. The track was tricky and gnarly due to the intense rain. On the time practice I was 19th. On the first moto I got a good start and I was in 12th but I crashed and had to climb up until the 17th position. On the second moto, I got a bad start and another crash let me on the 17th place again. So I was 19th overall. I want to thank, as always, to all the people who supports me and I will keep working hard to get a good result on the last race of the Championshipt the 27th and 28th of June in Is S/ Tille!

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Emma Bristow – XGames – – Austin, Texas – USA – 05.06.2015

Austin, Texas – USA – 05.06.2015

Fresh from her win at the opening FIM World Trial’s Championship round in the Czech Republic just four days earlier Emma Bristow had no time to enjoy her victory as she had to switch back to the Sherco Enduro machine for the XGames in Austin, Texas, USA.

The current Ladies FIM SuperEnduro World Champion finished 5th after a close battle for 4th in the closing laps of the race. Based at the famous ‘Circuit Of The Americas’ the event took place in blistering heat and humidity on the  fast open track with big jumps with not many technical elements to the circuit.

A full starting grid of 12 qualifiers raced in the final which was broadcast on live television and attracted thousands of spectators. Emma set the 4th quickest lap time on her ‘Hot Lap’ not far from the front runners but after a bad start in the race she worked hard to fight her way back to a 5th place finish.

Emma Bristow: “I love this event as it’s simply an amazing experience to race in front of such huge crowds. I am a little disappointed with my result as I know I can ride much quicker but because of my world trials commitments it has made it hard to practise for the event”.

“On reflection it was always going to be hard to go from the trials discipline straight into the XGames- EnduroCross and a ‘race mode’ so I am pleased to walk away with 5th place.  I am determined to return to Austin next year and compete for a medal”.

“The Sherco 250SEF was brilliant in the race and I have to thank the factory and Sherco USA for making it possible for me to race in the XGames – Thank you”.

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ifly Lanes Kawasaki (Maxxis ACU British MX Championship Rnd1 Fat Cats Doncaster)

The iFly Lanes Kawasaki team survived tough weather conditions for the Maxxis British Motocross Championship season opener at FatCat Motoparc near Doncaster on the weekend. Persistent rain threatened a washout, but with an amended schedule, the round went ahead, with the team scoring points for every rider.

Qualifying in the morning was amended in that there would be no super-pole sessions. The MXY2 class went out first, and team rider Ben Putnam put in a good time in fourteenth. Next out was the MX2 class, and here riders Lewis Trickett and James Harrison finished their qualifier in thirty-third and twenty-ninth respectively. MX1 rider Alfie Smith was out last, going to the start line in twenty-first.

In the amended schedule, the MXY2 class only had one race, and Putnam made it count. Off the start in sixth, he stayed the course throughout, losing only a place or two before recovering those in the final stages of the race and ending where he started, finishing as highest scorer of the team on the day.

For Trickett, the first race ended before it really started. Although he got off to a mid-pack start, he had to pull off nearly a lap later with a pierced crankcase after crashing with another rider, and spent the rest of the race on the side lines. Case replaced, the next race went much better. In the atrocious conditions, another mid-pack start translated into some early race gains before settling into a solid rhythm. Without goggles, Trickett was stuck in thirteenth for the latter half of the race, ending the day in nineteenth.

Harrison also suffered an up-and-down day, although he was able to make the best of the worsening conditions to score his first points of the season. In the first race, a bad start left him playing catch-up in the first few laps. Undeterred, he battled with several rivals to trade places throughout, ending the first race in twenty-fifth. In the second race, he took ruthless advantage of the conditions after going to ground in the first lap, moving back into the top twenty after four laps. He then set to work to gain more positions throughout. Although one position had to be conceded with two laps to go, he nonetheless finished nineteenth with two points under his belt, and twenty-fifth on the day.

Smith also improved throughout the day. In the first race, a bad start turned into a solid run in the top twenty, but in the closing laps, a second wind gave him enough of a boost to make a last-lap move on several rivals, ending the race in seventeenth. In the second race, he made good progress in the early laps, leapfrogging from twenty-eighth to seventeenth and then to fourteenth, and then pushing past slower rivals to end the race in eighth for a twelfth overall on the day.

Commented team manager Graham Harrison: “It’s been a reasonable day considering the bad weather. Ben put in a solid result in the MXY2 class, which we’re pleased with, Lewis had a bit of bad luck in the first race but the second race shows that he can be a top fifteen contender. James had James had a good start in the second race, but crashed in the fourth corner, which put him last. He battled back to nineteenth and scored his first points of the season, which is a good start. Alfie also did well, especially in the second race where he finished eighth. I hope that Canada Heights next week is better, and we can improve on this week’s results.”

Ben Putnam (#10): Today went good, qualifying was a bit difficult because I got stuck behind a lot of people and expected to do a bit better than I did. In the race I got quite a good start and was around fifth, then it got wet and real bad and a couple of guys got past me, but I worked my way back to sixth and that’s how it was, just stuck in and tried my hardest really.

James Harrison (#153): Today were really hard conditions, I had an average qualifying, struggled and kept stalling my bike. We got that sorted for the race, and I finished twenty-fifth in the first race which I was not happy with, I came from the back of the pack, so it wasn’t that bad, and in the second race, which was a mud fest, I got a good start
but crashed in the second corner which put me in dead last. I came back through and
scored two points, so was quite happy for the team.

Lewis Trickett (#214): Today wasn’t that great. The first race ended before it really started, the second race I was lucky not to have anyone right in front of me for pretty much the entire race. I carried on and ended up thirteenth, and that’ll do.

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Carla Magallon and NONE!



We are pleased to announce a new sponsorship agreement with the Catalan rider  Carla Magallon.

Carla Magallon will equip your Honda CRF 250R (2013) with exhaust systems NONE!




List of races where Carla will participate in this season:

4 Tests World Championship Motocross Championship (WMX):
– GP at Valkenswaard Netherlands (04/01/2013)
– GP Italy Maggiora (16/06/2013)
– GP France at Saint Jean d’Angely (09/15/2013)
– GP Portugal to Fronteira (22/09/2013).

Spain Championship Motocross Women:

– Traiguera, Castelló de la Plana (19/05/2013)
– Olvan, Barcelona (06/16/2013), to be confirmed to coincide with the Italian GP.
– Alhama de Murcia, Murcia (20/10/2013).
2 National Motocross Race Female French (to be confirmed by licensing process).

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Team Motogomes Suzuki Cepsa – Supercross Quintiães 2012 ft. Paulo Alberto // Hugo Basaula


Paulo Alberto (Suzuki RMX 450Z) with  None Racing Exhaust system
Hugo Basaula (Suzuki RM-Z 250) with None Racing Exhaust system
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