MX Nationals

Dylan Leary To Take A Step Back From Racing

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After long talks with his family and supporters Dylan Leary has made the decision to step back from Motocross.

Leary who has missed the last two race seasons due to injury was thrown a life line to come race for the newly formed Proformance race team. Dylan was stoked with the opportunity and loved the team atmosphere and equipment provided.

Dylan has had some up and down results so far this season but had been steadily improving with a 5th place moto at Broadford.

‰ÛÏThis may come as a shock to a few people but my head is not where it needs to be competing at a professional level." Leary stated.

Leary has put 110% into this season so far, training hard, eating right and doing everything he can, but unfortunately all that work and effort can‰Ûªt make you want to go racing it has to be something you truly want to do for yourself.

While the team has stated that they are sad to see Leary as his upbeat attitude leave, they wish Dylan all the best with his future endeavours.

The team will continue to race this years MX Nationals with Alex Morris ready to race Coolum for round 5, while Matt Ryan is back on the bike and when ready will make his return after the MX Nationals break.

Top Image: Dylan Leary in action at Murray Bridge on Sunday

Credit: Aaryn Minerds

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