Ross joins superbike

He may be just 13, but bike-mad Ross Turner from Broseley is now racing at British superbike events around the UK… and regularly finishing inside the top 10. Ross is in his rookie year and is often against experienced riders in their 20s, but this doesn’t seem to be an issue for him – nor do the speeds, which regularly top 130mph.

It seems his talent is being noticed as Ross has now been invited to take part in the selection event for the British Talent Cup next month at the British Grand Prix. If successful, he will have the opportunity to train under the guidance of former Grand Prix riders Alberto Puig and Jeremy McWilliams. Good luck Ross, from the WW! team!

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