Former British champ Kevin Strijbos has signed for the Gebben Van Venrooy Yamaha team alongside Calvin Vlaanderen and Brent van Doninck for the 2021 MXGP season, with a potential to extend to 2022. He will also act as test rider for the squad. Strijbos will participate in the European rounds of the MXGP World Championship, and
Kevin Strijbos is out of Hawkstone and will miss six to eight weeks of riding with a recurring elbow injury. The issue restricted him through the final portion of the previous GP season and, consequently, he had surgery after the MXGP final round in Italy.Strijbos resumed his normal riding programme
Former Dixon Kawasaki rider Vsevolod Brylyakov has joined Kevin Strijbos at the JWR Yamaha Racing a team next year, as the Russian makes the step up to the MXGP class on a Yamaha YZ450F. Strijbos was announced at the team's first rider yesterday. Injuries have stopped Brylyakov fulfilling his potential in
Just a couple of days after Standing Construct MTK MXGP's Kevin Strijbos broke his collarbone, his team-mate Valentin Guillod has broken his leg! Swiss ace Guillod, who looked cheerful on his social media photo despite the break, said: "Can’t believe it, after all the job we did this winter. Thanks to
Two top GP riders are out of the Hawkstone Park International on February 11. Kevin Strijbos and Thomas Covington will be missing the event to recover from injuries. Strijbos, who this year moved to KTM, fell and broke his collarbone this week. "Well, this just happened today. Crash and broken collarbone.
Former British champion Kevin Strijbos will be racing alongside Valentin Guillod in the Standing Construct MXGP team which has returned to KTM machinery for 2018. Although the team have not yet made any official announcement, the pair are listed in the official list of approved teams for the 2018 FIM Motocross World