REVO returns to the motocross paddock in 2021 with a two-rider REVO Seven Kawasaki team taking aim at major domestic MX1 silverware along with selected MXGP and EMX rounds.
After taking a year out of competition, Team Principal Mark Yates has joined forces with Kawasaki UK and the Seven clothing brand
Dylan Walsh underlined his current status as the most exciting rider in the UK with a pair of drama-packed motos at round two of the MX Nationals at Landrake Motoparc in Cornwall on Sunday.
Walsh leads Kullas
The 22-year-old from New Zealand, racing for the MSR Redline Honda powered by REVO team,
Reigning ACU British MX2 champion Dylan Walsh is back in the UK after reuniting with his title-winning REVO team – although, if the series does go ahead, he won’t be defending his crown on the race-proven FC 250!
Walsh won the 2019 MX2 title for Revo
Instead, the talented Kiwi will be
A season of racing ended up at the final round at Landrake in Cornwall to decide who would be the Maxxis British motocross champion in the MX2 class.
A showdown between title rivals, Revo Husqvarna team-mates Dylan Walsh and Alvin Ostlund, also saw Conrad Mewse and Josh Gilbert mixing it up
Tommy's the MX1 champ
Tommy Searle fought through the pain barrier to take the
British MX1 title while British-born Kiwi Dylan Walsh romped to a double win to
claim the MX2 crown at Landrake in Cornwall on Sunday.
Walsh takes the MX2 crown
For Searle, it has been damage limitation for half the
rounds as he
Shaun Simpson walked away from Hawkstone Park with an impressive 1-1 as did Dylan Walsh in MX2. It was also good to see Jake Nicholls back racing after his injury. Report and images to follow.
Alvin Ostlund will be joining 2019 signing Dylan Walsh in the Revo team, competing on Husqvarna FC 250 machinery in both the FIM Motocross World Championship and the Maxxis British Motocross Championship next year as an official factory supported satellite team. The decision to enter these two riders in the
British Revo Husqvarna team has signed up Kiwi Dylan Walsh to spearhead its first world championship campaign. He'll be teamed up with Mel Pocock in the EMX250 series and both will contest the British championship. But it means there's no room for Martin Barr who is without a ride.