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VMXdN entry information and classes on offer

VMXdN 2023 info.



It’s go, go, go on VMXdN Foxhill race entries.

The promoters for the VMXdN Foxhill have confirmed the details surrounding classes and entries for the 2023 event, on August Bank holiday, 24th-28th at the iconic Foxhill track near Swindon, UK.

Classes for the event are confirmed as follows:

Evo Ultra 2003-2008, any age rider

Evo Plus 1997-2002, any age rider

Super Evo Open, riders over 50

Evo 125, riders over 30

Super Evo Open, riders over 35

Evo Open, riders over 30

Super Evo 125, riders over 25

The inaugural event in 2022 was a huge success, and race entries were full within minutes of going live. Rider entries for the 2023 event will go live on Saturday, December 3rd at 4pm – link below:

Riders are asked, if unsuccessful in gaining an immediate entry on the 4th, please register your interest in your preferred class as a reserve (no cost). The organising team has confirmed that they will add an extra group to this year’s event; the additional class will be confirmed once entries are in. 

Any non-UK teams and riders wishing to compete in the 2023 event are asked to register their interest by emailing Dave King asap –

Good luck to everyone.

Words: Press Release

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THE GOOD: For anyone that follows us, you know that we are big supporters of the Military and this year we will once again partner with Fort Bragg, now called Fort Liberty Army Base in North Carolina, to show support for our troops. Fort Liberty is a short drive from ClubMX so it is normal for us to have active military ride at our practice facility. As home to the Airborne and Special Operations Division, it is also not unusual to have them fly over the facility during the week on training ops. It is always a welcome sight to have them in our airspace and on the ground supporting our facility. Our custom graphics from SKDA and amazing custom gear from FXR is the least we can do to show our support. When you see a military veteran this weekend – active or retired, please thank them for their service.

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THE BAD: JEREMY MARTIN #6: Jeremy had a hard crash in Detroit and while training this week has showed some lingering signs from his concussion. His scans were all clear and being the competitor he is, was trying his best to get back on the track to compete in Arlington. After training concluded today, the determination was made to wait one more week for precautionary measures. Concussions are a serious concern for any of our riders and it just makes sense to make good decisions about how and when to move forward. The new plan is to line up in Daytona.

THE UGLY: JETT REYNOLDS #99: Jett recovered quickly from his AC separation in Detroit and was back on the bike relatively early. He has been active and training consistently all the way through today. Unfortunately, in the last session of the day he crashed pretty hard, reinjuring his shoulder bad enough to require some surgery. This kid cannot catch a break but we will stick with him. He obviously has the skill and desire to perform at the highest level, now we just have to prove it. Wish him well on a speedy recovery.

THE SAVIOUR: COTY SCHOCK #69: Coty will represent the team in fine fashion in Arlington. He too is a big supporter of the military and has been working hard on and off the bike to get ready for the race in Texas. It is a shame that no one has been talking about his fourth place points standing, and we do not think it is a fluke. But, that is why they line up on Saturdays – to show who can withstand the heat. The bike is fast, Coty is fit and the team is determined to show that he can perform under the bright lights at AT&T Stadium.

A short report this week, as you can imagine, is not a pleasant one to write. Injuries are prevalent in this sport but knowing that does not make it any easier. ClubMX has a history of supporting their riders and that trend will continue. We will build as the season progresses and get our riders back to full capacity.

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