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Hsu stars as Arenacross line up revealed

With the opening two rounds of the 2020 Arenacross Tour just a few days away from its Belfast kick-off, new riders consist of Paris-Bercy Lille Supercross Lites class winner Brian Hsu taking over the championship winning seat from Cedric Soubeyras at Team FRO Systems, Nico Dercourt (France) of SR75 Suzuki Racing and youngster Brock Papi (USA) who will replace 2019 runner up in the series, Greg Aranda due to injury for Team Green Kawasaki.

A huge welcome back also goes to triple champ Thomas Ramette (Offset CBD Yamaha), 2018 runner up and the ever talented Australian, Dan Reardon (Team FRO Systems Yamaha) and 2016 runner up, Italy’s flamboyant Angelo Pellegrini (RFX Honda).

With eight nations competing in the 2020 Tour, fans will be able to witness World Class indoor Motocross at each round from the following all-star line-up of rider:

122Dan ReardonAUSPro 450Fro Systems
81Brian HSUGERPro LitesFro Systems
1Cedric SoubeyrasFRAPro  LitesASA United Husqvarna
155Jack BrunellUKPro 450ASA United Husqvarna
6Thomas RametteFRAPro 450Offset CBD
33Ashley GreedyUKPro 450Offset CBD
941Angelo PellegriniITAPro 450RFX Honda
407Adam ChatfieldUKPro  LitesRFX Honda
10Matt BaylissUKPro 450Wooldridge Honda
259Julien LebeauFRAPro  LitesWooldridge Honda
225Charles LefrancoisFRAPro 450SR75 Suzuki
411Nico DercourtFRAPro  LitesSR75 Suzuki
162Stuart EdmondsIRLPro 450Etec Apico CCM Racing
313Jordan KeoghIRLPro  LitesEtec Apico CCM Racing
871Fabien IzoirdFRAPro 450Shocktech Kawasaki
260Dylan WoodcockUKPro  LitesShocktech Kawasaki
144Brock PapiUSAPro 450Team Green Kawasaki
14Joe ClaytonUKPro  LitesTeam Green Kawasaki
50Martin BarrN IRLPro  LitesBRT KTM
3Gradie FeatherstoneUKPro 450
5Graeme IrwinN IRLPro 450Fona Cab

The Arenacross Tour is set to host a packed line up of world class Motocross riders from 65cc to professionals and, for 2020, the UK’s leading Indoor Motocross tour will be crowning new champions in the seven classes available to riders across the world.

Other entrant are:

Pro AM Cup Riders: 

Tex Doughty #47
Cy Swain #226
Adam Harris #279
Aaron Ongley #75
Bradley Doyle #4
Josh Talbot #369
Ben Burridge #22
Jack Timms #28
Trystan Willians #81
Joshua Scott #127
Ryan Cooper #366
Bradley Wheeler #15
Steve Bixby #55
Dexter Wharton #331
Chelsea Gowland #47
Alfie Collet #56
Matt Lomas #169
Adam Wells #156
Josh Greedy #33
Joele Hart
Catherine King
Luke Bull

Rookie Cup: 

Carl Ostermann #96
Robert Storer #108
Jaygo Beasty #262
Ryan Michigan #550
Ben Clayton #11
Axel Boldrini #150
Brandon Hickman

Supermini Cup: 

Charley Irwin #72
Beanie Reece #111
Lewis Spratt #21
Noah Vampa #301
Tyler Mabika #22
Isaac Ash #100
Austin Beasty #241
Alfie Osborn #94
Matthew Beattie #105
Raige Broadly #9
Richard Kral #101
Jules Pietre #389


Jordan Kinsella #12
Daniel Rosborough #64
Daniel Hollis-Reeves #100
Cailen Jai Griffiths #44
Harrison Davies #7
Drew Stock #18
Robbie Daly #800
Fabian Junior Morrison #259
Bobby Burns #238
Olly Walker #105
Marley Alder #5
Arthur Moore #67
Dean Alexander Kubik #22

The 2020 Tour will see two nights of entertainment at every venue; The SSE Arena, Belfast (17th and 18th January), Resorts World Arena, Birmingham (31st January and 1st February) and the grand finale firing into London’s SSE Arena, Wembley (21st and 22nd February).