The Brother Leader Tread Cross Country Team is gearing up for an exciting showdown in the final round of the Trademore South African Cross Country Series, set to take place this weekend in Bloemfontein at a brand new venue. With a roster of exceptional talent, the team has its sights set on an impressive array of championships and titles.
Leading the charge is Bradley Cox, a formidable force in the cross country racing world. Cox will be competing to claim victory in the premier OR1 class aboard his trusty KTM 450 XC-F. Cox’s consistent performance and exceptional riding abilities make him a strong contender in the OR1 class, and fans can expect nothing short of an electrifying race.
Kerim Fitzgerald, who is on the cusp of clinching his first Cross Country National title in the Seniors class is known for his unwavering determination and impressive skill set. Fitzgerald has been a standout performer throughout the season, and his pursuit of the championship promises to be a thrilling spectacle as he vies for his first overall victory as well.
Matthew Wilson, the defending champion in the OR3 class from 2022, is poised to defend his title with another OR3 championship. Wilson has been battling bad luck all year but he is ready to prove that he is the best in his class once again on board his KTM 250 XC-F.
In addition to individual accomplishments, the Brother Leader Tread Cross Country Team is determined to clinch the 2023 manufacturers’ trophy. With one hand on the trophy already, the team aims to showcase the brand’s excellence in cross country racing once again by delivering outstanding results in this final round.
The excitement is palpable as the team prepares to hit the trails of Bloemfontein for the decisive showdown in the Trademore South African Cross Country Series. With their collective skills, dedication, and a burning desire to excel, the Brother Leader Tread Cross Country Team is confident for a triumphant weekend.
Published by: Grant Frerichs
Photography by: ZCMC Media
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