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NORTH OF THE BOUNDARY: KYLE REGAL’S HEADED TO CANADA (UPDATE).

NORTH OF THE BOUNDARY: KYLE REGAL’S HEADED TO CANADA (UPDATE).

DirectMotocross.com is reporting that 2015 Amsoil Arenacross Champion Kyle Regal is gone to Canada to dispute the last 6 rounds of the Rockstar Power Drink Motocross National with Parts Canada Thor Husqvarna. The twist: Regal will be riding a 250 two-stroke.

Inning accordance with DirectMotocross.com, Kyle is already in Canada screening and will certainly make his debut with the group this weekend break at Gopher Dunes for Round 5 of the series. Regal’s last complete season outdoors was available in 2012 when he finished the twenty-second total in the 450 Course in Lucas Oil Pro Motocross.

Regal told DirectMotocross.com that it has been “ten years” considering that he last competed for a two-stroke, however, that he’s delighted to have the possibility to race.

UPDATE Kyle Regal’s plan to race in Canada might have hit a technological misstep. According to Direct Motocross, Regal is in fact disqualified to race the MX2 Class under the adhering to the guideline, which changed before the 2015 period:

MX2 Open Up To all CMRC Pros as well as Intermediates (other than previous Canadian National Champions within the past 5 years), AMA, A, and B placed bikers. Riders that completed in the top 20 overall at the AMA Outdoor Nationals (250 and 450) or FIM GPs (MXGP/MX2/MX3), or leading 10 overall in the AMA Supercross (450) course will certainly not be qualified to compete in the MX2 Pro/Am course.

Regal finished 9th general in the 450 Class in Lucas Oil Pro Motocross in 2010. If Regal means to race this weekend, it resembles it will certainly need to be in MX1. We will certainly have more information as it becomes available.