Former Ulster motocross champion Robert Hamilton has announced his retirement from the sport.

The holeshot machine, now 31, who has had a great career in Ireland and was a former leading British youth competitor, will now turn his attention to helping young riders in the sport.

Hamilton announced his retirement on social media:

Hi folks as the 2019 season is coming to an end on the injuryed list again,which is part and parsell of the sport. I have loved every minute of it and we’re has the time gone,i have a lot of friends,family’s & mates to Thank,for being behind me 100% though out my racing career..

I have thought long and hard about it and had a thought a few years ago how I was going to keep my hand in the sport and offer my services,with 26 years racing experience, I have had over the years.. Now 31 years old & we a bun in the oven 👶🏼 🍼 I Think it’s time to hang the boots up and start full time helping the up and coming future in our motorsport for 2020 hopefully starting winter Academy soon..

KEEP AN EYE 👁 OUT ON MY MY NEXT POST THERE WILL ONLY BE A LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE!

IF ALREADY INTERESTED IN SIGNING UP PM ME 📲📲
HERE IS A LINK TO MY NEW PAGE !
https://www.facebook.com/motocrossrh3/

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