Calum Moore France bound to contest bLU cRU 125cc class

Calum Moore has decided to head to France this weekend to compete during the same weekend as the best riders in the world as Moore will contest the bLU cRU 125cc class.

The penultimate round of the MXGP World Championship will take place at the old-school and iconic track of St Jean d’Angely – it’ll be a nice experience for Moore to race a Grand Prix track.

We caught up with Moore to discuss the reason for heading to France this weekend…

“At the start of the season I entered the bLU cRU competition and ended up being selected out of 137 riders in the 125cc class. The decision was made to go to France when we were asked if we would like to take part. No, I have not yet raced outside of the UK but I am definitely looking forward to getting onto the track. I am looking forward to getting to ride the St Jean d’Angely track, hopefully with most of the tracks at home being hard pack I should be able to carry my knowledge on the hard pack tracks to get on well”, Moore told 

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Pic: Nigel McKinstry

“With this being my first bLU cRU event I don’t really know what to expect but I will do all I can to get a good result. Hopefully I will get an opportunity like this again to ride outside of the UK, but I guess time will tell”, Moore added. 

Good luck, Calum!

Pic: Nigel McKinstry