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Heads & All Threads Suzuki ready for MX Nationals

Heads & All Threads Suzuki ready for MX Nationals
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The Heads & All Threads Suzuki Team are heading to Preston Docks this weekend for the first round of the Michelin MX Nationals.

All three riders have worked hard pre-season training & hoping their efforts will now be rewarded.

This year Josh Spinks #180 will be racing the powerful RM-Z450 & Neville Bradshaw #27 on the RM-Z250. Youngster Jordan Eccles #331 has upgraded from MXY2 into the Pro MX2 racing this year aboard his RM-Z250 joining team mates Spinks & Bradshaw.

All riders have been working with Team Manager Neil Prince who is extremely happy with his riders for 2016.

Neil Prince had this to say about 2016;
“All the guys have had a good off season & we will see how we get on at the first race this weekend. They all want to listen & learn which is ideal to keep pushing forward. It’s a long season & this is just the start, I’m really looking forward to seeing each one of them raising their game to where they are capable of being”.

Neville Bradshaw commented;
“2016 preparation has been great, I had a solid 3 months of physical training, & then some quality riding and testing on the new Suzuki RM-Z 250 which I’m really enjoying. Great to be back racing full time with a solid Team like Heads & All Threads Suzuki backing me. I’m looking forward to getting back to racing and running at the front of all the Championships we are attending”

Jordan Eccles spoke about his thoughts;
“I’ve had one of the best winters testing and riding to date. Feel very at home now on the Suzuki & have been working hard in the gym making sure I am 100% for the season. Making it full time has been very exciting! The Suzuki is a very comfortable bike to ride & I can’t wait to get the racing underway with the Heads & All Threads Team”

Finally Josh Spinks talks us through his winter;
“I’m very excited to get things underway at Preston this weekend. The off season has been good with a lot of riding and improvements with my off bike fitness. The Team along with SPS have worked really hard to find improvements with the bike and I am really enjoying the Suzuki. My aim is some good starts and consistent rides at round 1”

Michelin MX Nationals Calendar
6 March Preston Docks
10 April Landrake
29 May tbc
24 July Canada Heights
14 August Wakes Colne
4 September Hawkstone Park

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