Motocross

Jake Cannon Signs With Factory Honda

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Jake Cannon.

Competing for Factory Honda in the MX3 and SX3 class aboard a CRF250R, Jake Cannon brings an abundance of talent and promise to the team.

In 2022, Jake clinched the Australian Junior Championship in the 13-U15 class and continued his success with a commendable third-place finish overall in his debut season in MX3.

Despite being just 16 years old, Jake has already demonstrated his prowess, consistently setting lap times that rival Australia’s top MX2 riders. He further showcased his potential on the international stage with two impressive 4th place finishes in the World Junior Motocross Races held in Romania last year.

Expressing his excitement for the opportunity, Jake acknowledges the team’s history of dominance in MX2 Supercross and Motocross Championships, as well as their recent victories in the SX3 championship and World SX2 Championship. He is confident in the capabilities of both his bike and the team, stating, “I know I have a great bike to ride and a great team.”

Team Director Yarrive Konsky expresses his enthusiasm for Honda’s newest recruit, recognising Jake’s talent, determination, and skill. He believes in Jake’s potential and the team is committed to working closely with him to help him reach new heights in his career. “Jake has already shown me what he is capable of; his speed, determination, and skill are up there with the best in the world,” said Konsky

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