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Bryan Mackenzie

Bryan Mackenzie is a British Motocross rider for Pendrich Kawasaki. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland he is currently one of the most respected British motocross talents. Since his early days Mackenzie won an astonishing four Schoolboy British Motocross Championship during 95, 98, 99, 01.

In 2011, representing Pendrich Kawasak. Bryan won the MX2 British Masters and MX2 Scottish Championship. He went onto take an impressive second position in the MX1 British Masters, 3rd in the MX2 Red Bull Pro Nationals and 4th position in the Maxxis MX2 British Championship.

2012, Mackenzie did not completed the full season of the Maxxis MX2 British Motocross Championship but still managed to finish in a respectable 3rd position. Instead, at the end of the season he did a couple of rounds in the MX1 World Championship Gp’s.

Mackenzie came in forth position in the MX2 Maxxis ACU British Championship in 2013. The second MX2 race saw Bryan Mackenzie battle it out with Neville Bradshaw and Steven Clarke. The three fought for the whole race for the 1st position. Clarke tipped the top spot and Mackenzie taking 4th position

Bryan had a tough year in 2014 at the MX Nationals Culham. The Pro races are mixed and Mackenzie had a hard time on the track against the bigger bikes. The first of the weekend’s three races saw Bryan put in a consistent run that gave him third position in the MX2 class. In the second race Bryan had to fight from the back after a crash in the first lap. Bryan found himself moving up a handful of positions, ending the race in an average seventh position in the MX2 for a fourth overall on the weekend proving his fighting spirit.




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