Dylan Walsh Maxxis British MX Round 3: 2nd Overall- MX2 Round 5 this weekend

Dylan Walsh Maxxis British MX Round 3: 2nd Overall- MX2 Round 5 this weekend

Dylan Walsh posted his best result of 2019 Maxxis British MX Championship finishing 2nd Overall in Round 3 at Canada Heights at the weekend.

Dylan Walsh Maxxis British MX Championship Round 3 Overall 2nd Photo Credit: Revo Husqvarna UK

Perfecting the scrub to 100% as seen in Header photo by Haggis Hartman, Walsh delivered promise made to himself to raise his race-craft game, finishing 4-2 Overall gaining solid preparation for this weekend’s MX2 Round 5 at Mantova, Italy.

Yet, Walsh is still adamant more work is needed: #53: ‘Wasn’t a bad weekend but wasn’t the best. I had two solid motos but have a lot to work on’.

Having recovered from shoulder injury pre-3 weeks since, Dylan and Revo Husqvarna UK Team make the most of perfecting their work in between racing Maxxis British MX Championship 8 Round Series and World MX Championship 18 Rounds.

For Walsh, all is exciting, challenging and what he has aimed for over best part of decade. Details on tyre selection, track surface, starts, line choice and the impressive scrubs, all form #53 action and reaction through-out his race season.

#53: ‘The track was really challenging because majority of the track was really hard pack but the start was up hill and sand so we had to use a sand tyre to get a good start but that didn’t help any where on the track’.

Standing 3rd Overall in Maxxis British MX Championship and heading into MX2 Round 5 this weekend, Dylan ramps up the expectation level yet again.

#53: ‘I’m really excited to get back to the GP’s so I’ll be hoping to get good starts and ride like I can’.

‘I have been doing a lot of testing with the bike and feel like myself and the team have made big improvements’.

Header Photo Credit: Haggis Hartman

Words: Sharon Cox.

 

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