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SJP Moto announce six rider line up for 2024

SJP Moto announce six rider line up for 2024
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As the 2024 season rapidly approaches, SJP Moto are thrilled to unveil an exhilarating six-rider line-up for the upcoming campaign.

After a successful 2023 season, the SJP Moto team are pleased to announce their rider line up for the 2024 season. For the new season, the team will again compete on KTM machinery and look to continue their Championship winning run.

For 2024 the SJP Moto KTM teams will consist of a six-rider line up featuring Jayden Haigh, Josh Vail, Harvey Collins, Leo Wilson, Jimmy Boxall and female rider Libby Chatburn.

Last year’s triple Big Wheel 85cc Champion, Josh Vail will be returning to the SJP Moto team as he moves up to the 125cc class for 2024. For this season Josh will be setting his sights on the Dirt Store ACU British Motocross Championship as his priority as he looks to clinch the title that the SJP Moto team have won for the last three seasons. Josh will also compete in selected rounds of the European EMX125 Championship, the Fastest 40 and Bridgestone Masters.

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Jayden Haigh continues with the team after an injury-hit 2023 season and will be looking to contest the Dirt Store ACU British Motocross Championship in the MX1 class but may miss the start of the season due to an upcoming operation.

Newcomers to the team in 2024 are Harvey Collins on the Big Wheel 85cc who will contest the Dirt Store ACU British Motocross Championship along with Leo Wilson on the Small Wheel 85cc class.

Jimmy Boxall will also be joining the team in the Small Wheel 85cccc class at the Dirt Store ACU British Motocross Championship, while the team’s female rider, Libby Chatburn will be contesting at the Acerbis Nationals and AMCA Championships.

With a busy 2024 season ahead the Team would like to thank their loyal sponsors, SJP Moto, Imperial Car Centre, Truck Links, Motoshack, Turnbull, JK Construction, FOX, Air Mousse, Ferodo, RFX, JWR Suspension, K-Tech, GMS, AKP Group, Motorex, Maxxis, RK Chains, Supersprox, Drury Engineering, Actiforce, Kieraden Park, Moto101

Words: Press Release

Image: Simon @ Graft Digital

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