CML KTM Film Preview 2018 NZ Motocross Championship

CML KTM Film Preview 2018 NZ Motocross Championship

This film highlights CML KTM 2018 NZ Motocross Championship Team riders Hamish Harwood and Australia’s Mason Semmens at practice session with Race bikes: KTM 125SX, 250SX, 250F and 300SX.

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Photo Credit: Sharon Cox

NZ’s Hamish Harwood set to double class in NZ’s 2018 MX Nationals, Harwood tested the performance of both bikes in preparation for defending his 2017 MX2 Title following a full on 2017 MX season racing NZ Nationals and Australia’s MX National Series.

Australia’s Mason Semmens embracing the opportunity to strengthen his build-up for Australia’s National Championships is double classing in NZ on KTM’s 125SX and 250F. Semmens put paid to out of comfort zone syndrome and proved he is more than capable of battling with NZ’s riders on their home turf, hitting ruts, jumps and berms on race bikes including throw in ride on 300SX.

With NZ’s Motocross Championship attracting International riders to gain off-season race-time, CML KTM Team riders look set to push racing to the limit as seen at filming seesion, at Flight Path in South Auckland, October 19th, 2017.

 

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