Former British champion Ken De Dycker is to stand in for he injured Jordi Tixier in the BOS KTM team at this weekend's Spanish GP at Redsand and the Italian GP at Trentino on April 8. Tixier hurt his right hand before the Hawkstone Park International but unsuccessfully tried to ride.
Belgian veteran Ken De Dycker has announced his retirement from MXGP racing after a successful career in world motocross spanning 15 seasons. He;s had factory rides and big-team berths at KTM, Suzuki, Honda and Yamaha. After racing the Dutch GP at the weekend, the former British champion said: “That’s it, that’s all! Not
The inaugural Ottobiano MXGP round was notoriously tough. Additional sand added to the track before the Grand Prix and extreme heat made the Lombardian race a true test for man and machine. Ken De Dycker was the highest scoring 24MX Honda rider collecting six world Championship points. Saturday’s qualifying race, also