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Bickers backs two MX teams

Bickers has announced it will continue its support of two British off-road teams for this season, including the supply of Maxxis tyres, RK chains, Supersprox sprockets, and a variety of Motorex lubricants.

The SJP Moto KTM teams will consist of a six-rider line-up featuring Jayden Haigh, Josh Vail, Harvey Collins, Leo Wilson, Jimmy Boxall and female rider Libby Chatburn.

Vail, the Triple Big Wheel 85cc champion in 2023, moves up to the 125cc class, and this year will focus on the Dirt Store ACU British Motocross Championship as he looks to clinch the title that the SJP Moto team has won for the last three seasons. He will also compete in some rounds of the European EMX125 Championship, the Fastest 40, and the Bridgestone Masters.

New faces Harvey Collins in the Big Wheel 85cc class, and Leo Wilson and Jimmy Boxall in the small-wheel 85cc class, will all be riding in the Dirt Store ACU British Motocross Championship. Libby Chatburn will be targeting the Acerbis Nationals and AMCA Championships.

As well as backing SJP Moto, Bickers will continue its rider support for Chambers Racing. Never a team to stand still, Chambers will be contesting the debut season of the Nora Pro Championship. Dan Thornhill has come on board for MX1, and Arthur King recently took first place at round one of the British Youth Motocross Qualifiers in the SW85 class to get his season off to a cracking start.


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