Australian gun Motocross and Supercross racer abroad Geran Stapleton has returned from America in recent days after contesting multiple rounds of the AMA Supercross Championship and will assist Lee Hogan and the BCP coaching crew at next weekend’s Horsham 2 Day MX school.
“It’s good to be back home in Australia and I’m looking forward to passing on some skills to the riders alongside Lee next weekend,” said Stapleton.
“I’ve worked with Hoges either as a student or assistant coach for over 15 years now so its a lot of fun when we get the opportunity to do something like this.”
The Horsham track will be an important one for juniors and seniors alike in 2017 with multiple National Championship events being hosted by the club, including the National Junior MX Titles being held in early October over a seven day period.
“Running the BCP Pro Circuit Honda Junior Development Team means that in particular the Horsham track is far and above the most important track for us in 2017,” said team manager and BCP coaching director Lee Hogan.
“We’ve got two dates locked in with the club to host weekend riding schools. The first is this coming weekend the 18th and 19th March, while the second clinic will be held on the 29th and 30th July. We’ve got just under 10 spots still available for the July clinic and we’ve just had three spots free up for this weekend’s March clinic.”
For anyone interested in entering for either of the two Horsham BCP clinics email Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org