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The Team Green MX youth team will take on a new look and approach for the 2020 season, with concentration shifting towards the all-new Kawasaki KX250 and the Rookie class in the British Motocross Championship.

The team will consist of three KX250 riders spanning the ultra-competitive youth Rookie class and the all-important MX2 British Championship class. 

Team Green stalwart, Lewis Hall remains with the firm for another season as he looks to continue making progress in the tough UK Pro ranks, whilst also venturing into Europe to compete in the EMX250 class. 

Ryan Mawhinney will look to build on an impressive start in the rookie class on the green machine, competing in both the Maxxis MXY2 Championship and the MX Nationals series. 

Furthermore, the latest signing to Team Green is Cullen Scott, who moves into the 250cc ranks and is understandably keen to prove his capabilities from the get-go. Cullen will compete alongside Ryan in the British Championships, with both gunning for titles in 2020. 

Team Green Manager, Jeff Perrett is primed for an unforgettable season with a squad of tremendously talented riders, saying, “I'm very pleased we've got Cullen on board. He's got undoubted natural talent but what I've noticed the most is his desire to achieve. He has come back so strong from a career threatening injury. He's hungry for it, I know he's all in and I'm sure he'll give it 100%. I look forward to working with him.”

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