Young American, Avrie Berry made the move last year to contest the WMX series which meant racing all around the world.
Berry spent last year and this year with the Diga KTM Junior team but will make the switch to the CreyMert KTM team for the 2020 season.
2020 will mark Berry’s third year contesting the WMX series and she hopes it’ll be an even better year for her.
“Racing in Europe is a lot different than racing in USA. This is my second full year racing the MXGP series and I’m still learning a lot. Last year I made a lot of improvement and this year I am battling with mononucleosis so my training and results aren’t what they should be. I’ve known about CreyMert Racing for a long time and I’ve always heard good things about the team. As soon as I talked to them I felt very welcome and we made an agreement for me to join the team for the 2020 season”, Berry commented.
“My expectations for 2020 is to go into the season confident in my speed and physical condition. I look forward to doing my winter training in Europe this year because the past two winters have been spent in USA. I’d like to thank my mom and dad for supporting me through out my whole racing career and I’d also like to thank the KTM Diga Junior racing team for supporting me for my first two years racing in Europe”, added Berry.