Heads and All Threads Suzuki announce rider line-up for 2016
With the 2015 motocross season drawing to a close, Heads & All Threads Suzuki have secured their three riders for the 2016 British motocross series.
With Neil Prince at the helm, the Heads & All Threads Suzuki team will be competing in the British Championship and MX Nationals with the promising talents of Josh Spinks, who will campaign aboard the RM-Z450, experienced Nev Bradshaw on the RM-Z250, and Gary Gibson, who will compete in the AMCA MX2 Championship series.
“I’m really happy to sign Josh, he’s an up and coming rider who shows a lot of potential, and hopefully with the right winter, good training, and the proven RM-Z450 package, we’ll get him five spots up in the British Championship.
Nev is obviously a proven and experienced rider. He joined us late in 2015 and we know he’ll give 120%, so to keep him on board for 2016 is great.
Gary had a bad start to 2015, but his fitness and results have just improved with every round, so we should see some really solid results from him next year.” — Neil Prince, Team Manager
“I am very excited to be riding for the Heads & All Threads Suzuki team for 2016. I would like to thank Neil for believing in me and giving me an awesome opportunity. With proven equipment and the experience within the team I’m hoping to take my results up a notch from this season, aiming towards the top five in the British Championship. A big thank you to my on going private sponsors for all the support.” — Josh Spinks, MX1 #180
“I’m confident for next year, it’s nice to be able to have a proper crack at it again and I’ll use the winter to hopefully get back to where I was last year. Obviously this year was difficult, and I realised how tough it can be, but with the backing of Heads & All Threads Suzuki and Neil, 2016 should be a good season.” — Neville Bradshaw, MX2, #272
“I’m pumped to be offered the same ride again, obviously I’m concentrating on the AMCA Championship, but I’ll being doing the British and MX Nationals when I can.
A huge thanks to Neil and all of the team for their continued support, it’s been a long season and it’s been hard to get back to fitness, but I think I’ve got a pretty good base for my training through the winter and I’ll keep pushing for next year.” — Gary Gibson, MX2, #4