BCP Honda ‘Off Road’ team riders Baylee Davies and Kyron Bacon capped off an amazing championship campaign over the weekend as the Tasmanian Off Road Series concluded it’s final round at St Helens.

Young gun Kyron Bacon piloted his BCP Honda CRF150R to an undefeated season winning each and every round throughout the series to stamp his authority on the class for 2017.

“We’ve had a really good year on board the Honda 150 four stroke, both here in Tasmania and on the mainland at the AORC,” said Bacon.
“The bike has been a rocket-ship and hasn’t missed a beat! I’m over the moon to have kept the win steak going throughout the whole series, but I am just so keen to get on board the new 2018 CRF250R and start training for the upcoming season where I’ll be riding for BCP Honda once again.”

Multi-time state champion and national front runner Baylee Davies put together an incredible series to take the honours in the premier ‘Ironman’ category where he took on Tasmania’s best Off Road riders throughout a tough eight round championship.

“It’s a good feeling to get back on top in my home state and claim our Ironman Off Road Championship on board the Honda CRF250R,” said Davies.

“I won the Ironman title back in 2013 and 2014 with Honda and then again in 2015. We had some struggles last year with a different brand of motorcycle but the bike was superb this year and helped me to get the job done. I can’t thank Lee Hogan from BCP, and all of our supporters and sponsors enough for helping me to make all of this possible.”

The multiple championships for the team over the weekend capped off a very successful season in 2017 for the BCP Honda ‘Off Road’ Team!

“I’m really proud of both the boys,” said team manager Lee Hogan.

“Kyron has been unstoppable this year and Baylee seems to get better with age like fine wine!”
“I’m really happy to be keeping both Baylee and Kyron on board once again for our 2018 BCP Honda Off Road campaign where both boys will tackle the Australian Off Road Series along with defending their home state titles.”