Dylan Walsh races MXGP/MX2 Round 2 this weekend: showing all Canterbury support

Dylan Walsh races MXGP/MX2 Round 2 this weekend: showing all Canterbury support

Dylan Walsh kicks off 3 consecutive MXGP/MX2 Rounds this weekend at Matterley Basin, UK- followed by Valkenswaard GP following weekend, and Trentino GP April 7th.

Matterley Basin Photo Credit: British Motocross Grand Prix

With full gate line-up of MX2 Riders from 21 countries, this class is loaded with talent, just the challenge Dylan embraces to steer points standings further to the top of table.

Dylan’s focus post Maxxis British MX Championship Round One has been reassess approach to racing:

# 53: ‘I’m feeling really good! Have had couple of positive weeks training, with main focus on changing my sleep patterns and taking it all one ride at a time‘.

The British Motocross Grand Prix has proud history of providing fans exciting racing- Stefan Everts pass on JS7 MXoN 2006 comes to mind- and NZ’s Josiah Natzke had great win in 2015 EMX 125cc R2 finishing 2nd Overall, NZ’s # 53 is more than proud to race the natural terrain circuit tomorrow.

#53: ‘Yeah the track here is unbelievable! Looks soo good can’t wait to get out there’.

Dylan Walsh British MX Championship Photo Credit: Revo Husqvarna UK

With thoughts on NZ’s recent mass shooting in Dylan’s home city Christchurch, # 53 and Team: Revo Husqvarna UK will pay tribute to the many people who lost their lives in place of worship.

Dylan: Yeah I just hope every one is doing good back home and this weekend we have the red and black graphics to show some support to Canterbury’.

We wish Dylan and Revo Husqvarna UK Team all the best.

Words: Sharon Cox.

 

 

 

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