With the 2018 season done and dusted, REVO Husqvarna UK reflect on a very successful year but, more importantly, sharpen its focus on its ambitious plans for 2019.
In just its second full season the team has taken the overall win three times in the Maxxis ACU British MX2 Motocross Championship
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
REVO Husqvarna UK made its dune debut on Sunday at the HydroGarden Weston Beach Race and came within 89 seconds of scoring a podium in the three-hour main race. Racing Husqvarna’s FX 350 Cross Country machine, Mel Pocock – in his first full assault on the UK’s biggest beach race
REVO Husqvarna UK’s Mel Pocock saw his EMX250 championship challenge brought to a halt at round 10 of the series at Sevlievo in Bulgaria.
Heading into the weekend 18 points adrift of leader Mathys Boisrame, Mel still had an outside chance of regaining the title he won in 2012 but in
Revo Husqvarna's Mel Pocock took the overall win in the EMX250 races at Lommel to move within two points of championship leader Mathys Boisrame. And Pocock's team-mate MArtin Barr was sixth overall as he holds a strong third in the series.
EMX250’s Saturday race was the final event of the day on
Mel Pocock stormed into an eight-point EMX250 series lead with second overall at round two of the European championship at Agueda in Portugal.
His team-mate Martin Barr, who’s still carrying ligament damage in his right hand, also put in two brave rides to end the weekend in sixth and maintain his
Former champ Mel Pocock leads the European 250 Championship after taking a fighting second overall in the second round of the 2018 season in Agueda, Portugal. He took two fourth places finishes to end the day on the podium and take the red plate as championship leader.
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REVO Husqvarna UK kicked off its EMX250 championship campaign in spectacular style at Redsand in Spain at the weekend with team riders sweeping both races on their way to third and fourth overall.
After gating near the front of the opener, Mel Pocock patiently stalked the riders in front of him
The Revo Husqvarna team of Mel Pocock, Martin Barr, Dylan Woodcock and Ollie Colmer put in some pre-season Training in Spain at Redsands Mx Park. The adult team will compete in the EMX World Championship and the Maxxis British Championship .
REVO Husqvarna UK’s new three-man MX2 team will make its competitive debut at the Hawkstone International on February 11.
After their punishing off-season schedule of testing and training, Mel Pocock along with 2018 signings Martin Barr and Dylan Woodcock will use the event to gauge their level against some of the