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Ken De Dycker is returning to Honda. The 31-year-old has reached a handle Honda’s MXGP satellite team, 24MX Honda Racing, for 2016. The Belgian spent the past 4 periods with Red Bull KTM.

” I am truly happy with my new begin at 24MX Honda Competing. I’m very encouraged to verify myself and recover after two disappointing years,” De Dycker stated in a team declaration. ”

” As I started to check the 24MX Honda CRF450R I could not help yet obtain all ecstatic and flight with a large smile on my face! The bike is extremely simple to ride yet it’s rather powerful. I have some unfinished business in MXGP so I’m delighted about this new challenge. Large thanks to all my fans who have actually stayed with me throughout these difficult times!”

Over the past two years, De Dycker has missed fifteen rounds of the FIM Globe Motocross Championship due to injury. In 2015, he missed out on the last eight rounds of the collection as a result of a shoulder injury endured at the MXGP of Germany. He went back to action at the Motocross of Nations, assisting Belgium to a third-place finish.

” In my point of view, De Dycker is just one of the most undervalued bikers. Over and over again he has actually revealed that on his day he could pull something unique out of the bag,” claimed team principal Marc Boone.

” As a brand-new team, it was not just his speed that attracted us to Ken. His ability in order to help us even more create the bike and also to direct the group are just as vital. I likewise assume his kicked back, pleasant mindset as well as his tranquil determination are a wonderful fit with the team.”