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Dylan

LONGG

Motorcycle Kawasaki KX450F
Racing Number #117
Born 24 August 1994
Hometown Benalla, Vic
Resides Benalla, Vic
Height 175cm
Weight 69kg

 

Career

3rd FIM World Championship 85cc (2009)
2nd MX Nationals MXD (2012)

 

Adam

MONEA

Motorcycle Kawasaki KX450F
Racing Number #3
Born 29 December 1988
Hometown Koo Wee Rup, VIC
Resides Botanic Ridge, VIC
Height 177 cm
Weight 78 kg

 

Career

3rd Australian MX Nationals (2015)
2nd Australian Supercross Championship (2014)
4th Australian Supercross Championship 250 (2011)
2nd Australian Motocross Championship 250 (2008)

Dylan's Story

Dylan Long has made his mark as one of the fastest riders on a 450cc motocrosser in the 2015 MX Nationals series after taking the plunge into the MX1 class for the first time this year. A natural motocross racing talent, Dylan joins the Kawasaki factory MX1 racing team as the replacement rider for Jake Moss who unfortunately suffered a leg injury while training for the MX Nationals.

Dylan started competitive senior motocross racing in 2011. Since then, Dylan has landed podiums in both Motocross and Supercross competition as a privateer in the MX2 class. 2014 turned out to be a year to forget for Dylan in the wake of a broken wrist in the first MX Nationals round followed by tearing ligaments in his neck half way through the series.

In perfect form and placing consistently amongst the leading riders in the MX Nationals so far this year, Dylan Long is aiming big for the remaining rounds and his factory Kawasaki KX450F will provide the speed and reliability he needs to realise the glory of an overall podium finish.

Adam's Story

Adam Monea is the prodigal son of Australian motocross racing. After a highly successful debut year in 2008 that saw him take 2ndoverall on his Kawasaki KX250F in the MX Championship, injury struck the following year. Hurt and disheartened, Adam walked away from the sport but with racing in his veins he could only stay away for so long. After two years in the wilderness, Adam returned to racing in 2011 and promptly picked up where he left off…on the podium.

Adams hunger for a championship win was intensified after a 2nd place finish in the Australian Supercross Championship last year. With his current physical form and speed plus the valuable race and life experience he has secured under his belt, Adam has been a force to be reckoned with aboard the NPS Monster Energy Kawasaki KX450F. Having claimed 3rd place in the 2015 MX Nationals, Adam now has his sights set on this years Supercross crown.

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