FIM's Continental Union
for Motorcycling in Africa

UNDER THE SPOTLIGHT

MOTORCYCLE RIDER LYNDON POSKITT TRAVELS THE WORLD - CELEBRITY NAVIGATOR AT HARRISMITH 400 


When the British motorcycle rider, Lyndon Poskitt (39) gets into the navigator seat of the Red-Lined Motorsport Nissan Navara at the upcoming Harrismith 400, the fifth and penultimate round of the South African Cross Country Series that takes place on 14 and 15 September, he would have been riding his motorcycle for 1 155 days, crossed 88 borders and done 181 070 kilometres and competed in seven races.

RACE REPORT - CAMDEN MC LELLAN #422



The FIM Junior Motocross World Championship event is recognised as one of the most important on the international motocross calendar, with the 125cc and 85cc categories featuring official world championship status and the 65cc category ranking as a world cup. It brings together riders from 21 different countries who not only race for their flag but also for themselves.

 
NATIONAL MOTOCROSS RETURNS TO WELKOM!


Amidst excitement and massive anticipation, Round 6 of the TRP Distributors SA MX National Championship returns to Phakisa MX in Welkom on 8 September after a long absence. The track which is located next to the main circuit is set to offer some exciting racing with its loamy soil and large jumps.


WHITE CLAIMS SUPERGP TITLE AT ALDO SCRIBANTE


Michael White (Consortium Shipping Yamaha R1) claimed his first national title when he wrapped up the 2018 SuperGP Champions Trophy by winning both heats at the fifth round of the series, held at the Aldo Scribante circuit in Port Elizabeth on Saturday, 25 August after defending champion Clint Seller (King Price Extreme / Bikefin Yamaha R1) crashed out of the opening race.

FIM JUNIOR MOTOCROSS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2018 - TEAM SOUTH AFRICA 


South Africa’s Official team consists of Cayle Dormehl and Camden Mc Lellan. The event, that takes place on the 25-26 of August, will bring together riders from 21 different countries who not only race for their flag but also for themselves.

LET'S GET OUR KIRSTEN TO DAKAR 2020 AND SUPPORT HER TO THE FINISH!


No woman from this continent has ever finished Dakar. Our very own Kirsten Landman has all it takes to be this special first. Her racing CV would do anyone proud, irrespective of gender.

FIM - TV

ROAD RACING CHANNEL

MOTOCROSS CHANNEL

TRIAL & X TRIAL CHANNEL

ENDURO CHANNEL

RALLIES CHANNEL

TRACK RACING CHANNEL

BEYOND SPORT CHANNEL

TOURING CHANNEL