This weekend the Raceline KTM Thor team,will be heading to Murray Bridge SA to take on the first of this years double header rounds, two full days of racing and two lots of round points up for grabs. 

Coming into this weekend both Hayden Mellross and Regan Duffy are carrying the red plate, and hope to maintain the championship lead in the Thor MX1 and Motul MXD classes before heading into the mid-season break. 

Jye Dickson will have his first race aboard the factory Raceline KTM Thor team this weekend, and he will be nothing short of impressive after training extremely hard in the lead up to this weekend.

Jye Dickson explains his thoughts coming into this weekend.

“I’m feeling good stepping up into the factory team, I’m super happy with the bike and feel really comfortable, I’m trying not to put to much pressure on myself, I just want to go out and ride like I know I can. The past few weeks I have been up in Queensland with the team and mechanics, getting use to the team environment and comfortable on the bike. I really like the Murray Bridge track and am looking forward to racing it with the new layout” said Dickson 

Regan Duffy explained how he has stepped up his training since round 3 in Broadford.

“Since Broadford I’ve stepped up my training a bit with more intense moto’s which has definitely  helped my raw speed. I also had my first W.A state title last Sunday and I won both MX1 and MX2, which is a nice confidence booster. Overall I’m feeling the best the best I’ve felt all year coming into the double header this weekend at Murray Bridge and I’m hoping to show that” said Duffy

Hayden Mellross is feeling good coming into this weekend and is ready to do everything in order to win

“I feel good coming into this weekend, everything has gone to plan since broadford. I’m ready to do everything in order to win ” said Mellross

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