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PWS Student Set To Race During Easter Holidays

Motocross is a very physical sport and involves racing a motorcycle around a dirt track with lots of corners, straights and jumps with up to 40 riders in a race.  The tracks can be deep sand, mud or hard ground.

Caiden has been riding motorbikes since the age of 4 and started racing Motocross when he turned 5. Over the years, he has won hundreds of trophies, winning various championships along the way. More recently he was Eastern Centre Small Wheel 85cc Champion and Norfolk and Suffolk Small Wheel 85cc Champion.

Caiden ranked 18th in the Country in 2016 in his first-year racing in the Big Wheel 85cc class and is hoping to finish in the top 10 this year before moving up to 125cc.

He races Club and National races all over the UK. This year he is competing in the East Anglia School Boy Club Championship, Pirelli British Masters National Championship and British Youth National Championship with events in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.  He receives support from Putoline, Dunlop, Decade, Hardcore Racing, AS3 Performance, Amped graphics.

Caiden receives coaching from RMJ Academy and trains every weekend at tracks up and down the Country to make sure he is prepared for any race condition. During the winter, he often trains in Dunkirk, France in a deep sand track to build up his stamina and uses the gym regularly.

Last weekend was Round One of the British Youth Nationals where he was racing up the upfront finishing 11th and 12th competing against the top riders from around the UK

Just in case anyone wanted to watch Caiden in action he will be attending a local club race (Peterborough Junior Motocross Club) on Sunday 9 April 2017 to help get him up to speed following his leg break before round 2 of the British Nationals in Cumbria. The race is at a track in Chatteris.