Found a great motocross movie for free if you have Amazon Prime called "Moto3".
Britain is FULL of dirt bikes. The riders, however, don't get on a CB 1,000 forum. The OP is barking up the wrong tree I'm afraid.more interest here in red cards and who's who in soccer, than any interest in dirt bikes. I doubt if many from the UK even have dirt bikes, much less race mx. imho
I still have my '00 CR250, recently sold my DRS400Z, and have a bunch of vmx bikes, now with recovery from shoulder surgery, its all on the back burner.
Just because this isn't where dirt riders hang out doesn't preclude interest in a movie about motorcycling in whatever form. However you seem to be correct in your opinion evidenced by the lack of interest...Britain is FULL of dirt bikes. The riders, however, don't get on a CB 1,000 forum. The OP is barking up the wrong tree I'm afraid.
I don't often agree with Colvert, but he's right. It does seem that most of the UK forum members have no interest in MX. This is a very narrow focused group, with little interest elsewhere.
Proving there is interest in Mx from the boys in UK, is this facebook page. Lots of intelligent comments and information from UK here. https://www.facebook.com/groups/326614062336/
MotoX looks very dangerous to me. I just don't know how they do it-----------------However------Eldon thank you for reminding me why this 53 yr old body should stick to the tarmac and leave the dirt for you younger blokes!