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Wil Hahn will contend in the full six-round Australian Supercross Title in the not so distant future with the National Pump/Creature Vitality Kawasaki group, the group reported today.

The 26-year-old has been out of action since late February subsequent to breaking his collarbone, scapula and tearing his labrum in a multi-rider crash at the Atlanta Supercross. Hahn is back on the bicycle and may return for the last two rounds of Lucas Oil Ace Motocross. He will make his introduction to the group riding in SX1 (450 Class) at the opening round of the title at Jimboomba in Queensland on September 17.

“I’m eager to contend at new scenes and another piece of the world,” Hahn said in an announcement. “I’ve been over to a couple of spots in Australia earlier and I’m extremely anticipating consolidating my profession with the travel and experience of another nation. To begin the arrangement at Jimboomba and after that be a piece of everything the route through to the AUS-X Open, it’s uncommon for me. There will be American folks on hold with me, and the best Australians, so the level of hustling will be extremely high.”

Hahn said he will land in Australia the primary week in September and remain through the whole arrangement which closes on November 13 in Sydney for the AUS-X Open.

“I will do the greater part of my planning here in the US, likely until the principal seven day stretch of September, and after that I will make a beeline for Australia and remain there the entire time,” he said. “That enables me to join my base settings with the immense KX450F of the National Pump Beast Vitality Kawasaki Dashing Group.”

Group administrator Troy Carroll included: “We are extremely satisfied to have Wil Hahn join National Pump/Creature Vitality Kawasaki Dashing Group for the full Australian Supercross Title season and realize that he will be an incredible resource for the group. From Jimboomba completely through to the AUS-X Open, Wil will be an expert expansion to the arrangement and we anticipate working with him.”

The following is the full 2016 timetable.

2016 Australian Supercross Title

Cycle 1 Sept. 17 Jimboomba QLD

Cycle 2 Oct. 14 Toowoomba QLD

Cycle 3 Oct. 29 Wayville SA

Cycle 4 Nov. 5 Avalon VIC

Cycle 5 Nov. 12 Sydney NSW

Cycle 6 Nov 13 Sydney NSW