Dylan Walsh 4th Overall Round 2 Maxxis British MX Championship

Dylan Walsh 4th Overall Round 2 Maxxis British MX Championship

Dylan Walsh finished 4th Overall at Round 2 Maxxis British MX Championship with strong 2nd place in Race 2 confirming #53 has plenty of grit to run up-front in MX2 class.

Dylan Walsh Trentino MXGP Photo Credit: Revo Husqvarna UK

Standing 5th Overall in UK Championship, Walsh settles in to fully recover from shoulder injury at Valkenswaard GP before racing Round 3 in UK May 5th, one week prior to MX2 World MX Championship at Mantova, Italy May 12th.

#53:’The weekend wasn’t so good to be honest still not 100% but I improved through out the day and we’ve got a good break to get ready now’.

‘Best part of the weekend was moto two even though I hit a fence and got banged up pretty well’.

With boost in confidence, Dylan embraces positive attitude, backed by Revo Husqvarna UK Team with workshop based in UK and Belgium.

Playing the great support forward #53 states: ‘Main focus right now is to keep putting the work in and to get the body to 100%’.

‘I’m really looking forward to up coming GP’s to get more gate drops and chances to prove myself’.

Words: Sharon Cox

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