6th June 2017
The 2017 British Youth Championship returns back to Rye House this Sunday afternoon for Round 4 of the series.
Rye House stepped in at short notice last month after the withdrawal of Kings Lynn to host Round 3, and again this weekend it is sure to be a great event with 33 riders contesting the 3 classes.
In the 500cc class, last months winner and series leader Daniel Gilkes will be going all out for another win, but Drew Kemp and recent returnee from injury Kean Dicken will have something to say about that.
The most exciting class of 2017 is the 250s, and again a great attendance with Leon Flint hoping to win for the 3rd round in succession, but again bound to have his work cut out with the likes of Jason Edwards, Nathan Ablitt, Jordan Palin and the Thompson Twins competing to name but a few.
The largest class is the 125s, and with the top 3 from last month all competing Corban Pavitt, and the McGurk brothers, riders like Luke Harrison, Mickie Simpson and Sonny Springett will have their work cut out just to make the final.
Our thanks to all our series sponsors and the BSPA for their continued support.
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