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Tyla Rattray will retire at the end of the 2015 season, a news he made in a recent meeting with Adam Wheeler. The 30-year-old, A father of 2, just recently stated that the chance to be colleagues with Ryan Villopoto, who revealed his retired life yesterday, postponed his decision.

“It was already obtaining hard at the end of 2014 yet with Ryan finalizing, I believed I ‘d have somebody shot, push as well as improve with just what was the fastest man in the world on a motorcycle,” he told Dust Biker Rider lately.

The South African won the 2008 MX2 FIM World Motocross Champion– his very first and also only world title– prior to coming to the United States to race full-time in 2009. Rattray spent four years in the US (2009-2013) prior to going back to Europe in 2014 with Red Bull IceOne Husqvaran Competing Group. He invested one injury-riddled season with the team before both mutually split ways last off-season.

At the MXGP of Latvia, MXGP pit reporter Lisa Leyland spoke with Rattray regarding his decision to retire, Ryan Villopoto as well as a lot more.