For the first time, ASA United Husqvarna will be heading to The 2020 Arenacross Tour with reigning AX Champion Cedric Soubeyras and Brit talent Jack Brunell.
With the 2020 Arenacross Tour fast approaching, the announcement of this undoubtably strong pairing has set the scene for what is set to be a tour to remember! Pro Lites rider Cedric Soubeyras or ‘Soub’ made AX history last year taking the win for the third year as well beating the hard-charging Team Green Kawasaki Rider, Gregory Aranda to become the first ever rider to win the Super Final main event on a 250 four stroke machine. Now in his fourth consecutive year at Arenacross the Frenchman will be gunning for top spot once again.
Joining him will be Arenacross Veteran Jack Brunell who historically has ridden under Team Green but has made the move to join teammate Cedric and Team Manager Lee Tolan. “I’ve been riding Arenacross since it started back in 2013 and before it was even called Arenacross with Team Green” commented Jack, “but I’m excited to join Cedric and longtime friend Lee (Tolan) with Husqvarna. I’ve watched the team grow over the years and I’m excited that Lee has given me a great opportunity to ride at AX! Last year wasn’t ideal with my knee injury but I’m back riding as fast as ever and it’s obviously great to have someone like Cedric on the team who has proven results at AX so hopefully we’ll stand a good chance at taking the Team Championship Title!”
The Arenacross Tour is set to host a packed line up of world class Motocross riders from 65cc to professionals and, for 2020, the UK’s leading Indoor Motocross tour will be crowning new champions in the seven classes available to riders across the world.
Following a record year, the 2020 Arenacross Tour heads back to The SSE Arena, Belfast on January 17th and 18th, joining Resorts World Arena, Birmingham and The SSE Arena, Wembley in what’s set to be a stunning winter showdown from Europe’s leading action-sports show. Each round promises seat grabbing entertainment from some of the world’s best indoor Motocross racers and Freestyle MX stars from across the globe.