Horgmo signs with Creymert KTM!
Creymert KTM are happy to announce the signing of young Norwegian rider, Kevin Horgmo. Kevin will contest the EMX125 championship for the outfit. This will be Kevin’s third year in the class.
Kevin had a strong season before a shoulder injury which ended his season. Kevin has been a privateer the last few years but it’s always nice to see a privateer earn a ride with a team. The kid from Norway who turns sixteen on Friday had a good season, he led a moto in the UK but just didn’t have enough to win the race as a stronger Stephen Rubini passed him.
Kevin hopes to be back on the bike around Christmas time and prepare for the season. It will be interesting to see what he can do with a team behind him. Don’t be surprised if he lands himself plenty of podiums and maybe even wins.
Creymert KTM are a team starting to grow and take things to the next level. In 2016 they ran Iker Larranaga in the MX2 World Championship. He is expected to leave the team as he impressed many during his rookie year in MX2. However, Creymert will still run a team in the MX2 World Championship, we will announce the team once it’s official.
Last year, Creymert also ran a rider in the EMX125 championship with Tallon Verhelst, it remains to be seen if he will stay with the outfit for 2017.
Kevin Horgmo: “I’m very happy for this deal with CreyMert, it’s a great opportunity for me and my career”.
Article: Andy McKinstry
Pic: Martin Plesnik