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PICKERINGTON, Ohio. – With an effective first season at the expert level finish, GEICO Honda 250 rider Matt Bisceglia’s on-track execution was perceived by the business when he was named the 2014 Pro Motocross Series Rookie of the Year.

“It was extremely wonderful to win new kid on the block of the year,” Bisceglia said. “I really had no clue I had won it at first in light of the fact that since I had been harmed for the last couple races I didn’t get the chance to go to the dinner. One of the mechanics sent me a photo of the honor and revealed to me I won it. Whatever I could believe was, ‘Goodness, that is so wonderful.’

“I’m simply extremely glad to win, particularly with the various tenderfoots that I was running against. I had high points and low points consistently. I figure a few things could have gone somewhat better, however I have gained from my first year. I will utilize my off-season as an opportunity to fabricate and take a shot at what I need to keeping in mind the end goal to return solid one year from now.”

While he is extremely glad for his achievement after his underlying season on the expert circuit, Bisceglia is as of now centered around making changes for one year from now. In obvious racer design, he has objectives of being a leader for the whole 2015 season.

“Next season I need to be somewhat more grounded,” Bisceglia. “I began off the season in the best 10 in the initial three rounds. I was quite content with that, yet clearly despite everything I needed to work off of that.

“I need to have the capacity to take out little wounds and place myself in a decent position to where stuff like that won’t occur. I will gain from my mix-ups and ideally stay reliably in the main five in open air rivalry one year from now. I surmise that would be a decent objective right now in light of the fact that the opposition is extremely stacked. I need to set my sights significantly higher than that however I have a considerable measure of work to do. It won’t be simple, yet I’m anticipating it in this off-season.”