Russian Evgeny Bobryshev will ride UK races for the Par Homes Husqvarna team in 2021, but not MXGP rounds. The team's Josh Gilbert will race 450 GPs as well as the British championships and MX Nationals.
Former British champ Bobby confirmed the new deal and posted a photo of his new
The PAR Homes RFX Husqvarna look ahead to the 2020 season with new team members Evgeny Bobryshev and Josh Gilbert. Check out the interviews with all the team and footage of the team practicing in Spain.
Heading up the PAR HOMES RFX RACING HUSQVARNAteam is 2018 British Champion Evgeny Bobryshev #777 who is riding the Husqvarna FC 450 in the MX1 class of the ACU British Championship as well as select rounds of the FIM World Motocross Championship in the MXGP class.
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Two-time British champion Evgeny Bobryshev will join team mate Josh Gilbert at the European rounds of the FIM Motocross World Championship, as well competing to win back his British crown in the ACU British Motocross Championship, for the Par Homes RFX team which has swapped from KTM to Husqvarna for
Both classes in this year’s Maxxis British Motocross championship went down to the vary last race as Evgeny Bobryshev on his Lombard Express Suzuki wiped away an injured Jake Nicholls 39-point lead to snatch this year’s MX1 championship, while in the MX2s Hitachi KTM’s Conrad Mewse had to fight off
Evgeny Bobryshev gave Suzuki its first ever premier class British championship title at Lyng yesterday. Jamie Dobb and Rob Herring have won titles for Suzuki, but never in the premier class. And Dobb;s win was the most recent, 19 years ago. See how Bobby did it...
Tommy Searle will leave the Dixon squad in 2019 and will ride for the French-based BOS squad alongside Evgeny Bobryshev on Kawasakis.
BOS this week announced they have hired former CLS Kawasaki team boss Jean-Jacques Lusietti, and he revealed live on TV that he has signed Searle to join Evgeny Bobryshev
Honda's Jake Nicholls tightened his grip on his first Maxxis British Motocross championship on Sunday by notching up yet another overall win at a damp and humid Hawkstone park in Shropshire as his biggest rival Evgeny Bobryshev had a troubled day include a penalty for a failed noise test. But
Who would have thought with the hot weather we have been having over the last weeks that round five of the Maxxis British Motocross championship would be abandoned with two races still to run. Of those races that did run, Evgeny Bobryshev took a fine win in the only MX1
Championship leader Jake Nicholls faces GP men Tommy Searle, Evgeny Bobryshev, Graeme Irwin and Ivo Monticelli as following a five-week break in the schedule, the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean moves into the second half of the series on Sunday at Duns in the Scottish Borders.